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Open Door by Melissa

Open Door by Melissa

I had other, better photos to write about, but I found myself going back again and again to this one. It’s blurry, the lighting isn’t right, the doorframe is in the shot… you’ll...
Published on: Mar 20 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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What the future beholds by David La Rock

What the future beholds by David La Rock

A picture of a one-way bridge. Not especially compelling one might think. Me being up early enough to witness the sunrise from the rivers edge as I ineptly attempted to surprise my sleeping wife with...
Published on: Jan 30 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Spring Cleaning by Vanessa

Spring Cleaning by Vanessa

How much do I hate unpacking stuff? *This* much. I had a really quiet sleepy Christmas, which was cool, it was what I wanted. Reading a book in a day, practising a new stoopid computer puzzle, stuffing...
Published on: Jan 22 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Through the fog by Phil Hough

Through the fog by Phil Hough

Fog is such strange stuff. It can give an eerie atmosphere, make you feel isolated and hemmed in or just play with the light to give all sorts of alien effects. In the mornings it’s rolling only a few...
Published on: Dec 26 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Pink sky at night, sailors delight by Daniel Donahoo

Pink sky at night, sailors delight by Daniel Donahoo

There isn’t any shame in the suburbs, unless you are ashamed. I grew up here and had no intention of returning. But, I have returned and if my little boy could speak he would have said, ‘Don’t go,...
Published on: Dec 12 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Muskoka by David Gow

Muskoka by David Gow

Its truly amazing how if given just a couple of days up at the lake all your troubles, all your worries and stress from life in the city can just be shed completely. Forget the rush hour commute, the...
Published on: Nov 25 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Fresh Noodles! Get’em Here!

Fresh Noodles! Get’em Here!

I married my husband in October of 2002. It’s been one whole year. We have had an interesting marriage, not the least because we come from different cultures and languages that are as polar as they...
Published on: Nov 15 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Colors Of The Gulf by Kerry O’Neal Kendrick

Colors Of The Gulf by Kerry O’Neal Kendrick

What beautiful shades and colors do the heavens form when using the blues and greens of the Gulf seas, added with the last evening rays of the sun, then topped off with the beginning darkness of a new...
Published on: Nov 01 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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My old Pennsylvania home by Jessa

My old Pennsylvania home by Jessa

Nestled in the hills of western Pennsylvania is my home. It’s accessible only by traveling a long and winding dirt road. Shady oak and walnut trees line the way like soldiers. In summer I often used...
Published on: Oct 12 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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The Windy City by Adrienne Canzolino

The Windy City by Adrienne Canzolino

Chicago has a population of roughly three million. three million people, but none of the hussle and bustle of new york… ok, maybe just a little. Chicago is the little city that could – and...
Published on: Aug 21 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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