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This is taken at Loughrea Lake in Galway, Ireland and beside the nearest town to me.
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A back alley in downtown Denver. Night falls early when only a sliver of light reaches the street.

See all my photos from this years' crawl here.
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Another shot of the Ratrod Pickup Truck.
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Another shot from the Jalarama Car Show today. This was by far my favorite because if it's uniqueness from the rest of the entries.
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We had a car show in our little town today, and one of our resident participants always has this little dog (statue) next to his wheel. Out of nowhere he offers me money to take pictures of his car from all angles and he'll pick up the digital image CD at the end of the week. Not bad for just showing up without plans, huh?
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Hardware store in the small town that I grew up in.
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Castle Pinckney was a small masonry fortification constructed by the United States government by 1810, in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina.[2][3] It was used very briefly as a prisoner-of-war camp (six weeks) and artillery position during the American Civil War. It was named
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This was taken earlier tonight at our last home football game of the season. I just thought it was a fun candid and wanted to share.
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Buskers can plant themselves anywhere downtown. Where is there a better chance at a few dollars than in the financial district?
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Some of the older architecture still around downtown among all the really new buildings
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NW C-Train station very early on a winter morning
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Calgary isn't a large city (1.2M) and we have a long winter so we don't see the number of street people that other cities have. Life is tough for those that are here.
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Some move fast, and some don't
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Calgary is built for exercise. We have miles and miles of paths specifically for biking, walking, jogging. Consequently you'll see a lot of people on the move, all the time.
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This building is now a museum. I went to school here for first grade and half way through second grade. This school served the families from a few small farming communities and the surrounding farms in the Okanogan highlands in north central Washington. From the time it was built in the early 1900s through the early 1960s it had 1st through 12th. The upper floors of the building had become unstable, so through the 60s, it was only 1st through 6th grades and we were not allowed to go any higher than the second floor. From about 1969 through sometime in the 1980s, it sat vacant. Then the Okanogan Highlands Historical Society opened it up as a museum. The classrooms are set up as if waiting for the kids to start class. There is a small gift shop in the library/music room and the gymnasium in the basement houses historical farm equipment from around the area.
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From our local Brewery
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A block up from the ocean and three blocks from my house...can't get any more "hometown" than this :)
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Though being homeless is a very helpless state, this man seemed to of found a way to take advantage of the surroundings and looks like he is home at least for the moment.
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A rather poignant shot this

What you see here is the last bastion of steel making on Teesside, this blast furnace has been here for the last 100 years and news has now been confirmed that it will shut with the loss of over 2000 jobs on site and countless numbers as a knock on effect

Around a century ago there where 99 blast furnaces along this river, all producing steel that built the world, with this final closure it brings a history of 170 years of steel making in Teesside to an end
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A place no doubt very familiar with local photographers, The South Gare, River Tees Estuary
It produces stunning views time and time again, with a vast myriad of subjects
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Sunrise over the mountain to light the fog with a pink pretty glow. Usually this view is lackluster, but this morning view was splendid!
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Taken with my iPhone because that's all I had with me. A very cold November day with a lot of ice fog in the air.
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On my way to work one very cold winter morning
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Would you believe this was taken in the middle of a residential area?
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Shot of the west end of downtown from the river
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A different perspective of downtown Calgary
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Winter ice breaking up in the spring in downtown Calgary
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Taken from the 16th floor of another building. It was a real challenge to eliminate indoor reflections as it was taken through a window, behind a blind, with a jacket over my head and camera.
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Although this is art in Downtown Calgary, I've recently learned it has a practical purpose, too. There is a very strong venturi effect between the buildings and this sculpture is actually designed to break up the winds and keep it from blowing out windows.
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It was a very hot summer day and a lot of people enjoyed being on or near the Bow River.
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Another perspective of the Calgary Peace Bridge. Bicycles in the middle, people on each side. Great design.
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I happened to be driving by looking for something to put this gorgeous sunset into perspective. The new Mormon Temple in NW Calgary is an impressive architectural work anyway so I got the two together.
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A monochrome abstract of the Bow Building and Sculpture in downtown Calgary
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Here's an abstract view of the Bow Building in Calgary, Alberta
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This is the Bow Building in Calgary. Recent, and currently the tallest building in town. That's a very large wire sculpture of a human head in the foreground.
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A night view of the 10th street bridge taken from the Peace Bridge
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Here's a perspective I haven't seen anywhere else. This bridge has been photographed so much that it's a challenge to do something different.
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Pretty sunset version of the Calgary Peace Bridge
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A less common view of the Calgary Peace Bridge from the downtown side
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This is the most common view of the Calgary Peace Bridge, looking across the river and towards downtown, taken at night.
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Instantly recognisable to anyone from the North east of England, just celebrated it centenary
Sadly no longer illuminated due to cost cutting measure by the local authority
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Of course no home town shot from me could not include the Infinity Bridge, even tho I've done it to death
I went for something quite different from the usual fare in this shot, almost abstract in nature
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The James-Santee Episcopal Church in McClellanville was built in 1890 as a chapel-of-ease for the Wambaw Church within the St. James-Santee Parish. The parish was established in 1706 by the Church of England and served French Huguenots who had arrived in 1687 – two years after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes – to escape persecution for their Protestant beliefs. It was the first parish to be established outside of Charleston, and the area was called the French Santee
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In 2014, a large section of one of the major expressways that had been under construction for months, reopened to pedestrian traffic only. It was a big to do with many local and state dignitaries officiating. The public was allowed to walk on a two mile stretch of the refurbished freeway. Michigan's Governor lead the group. It was very fun and a wonderful experience. It's very commonplace in Michigan to have these walkabouts.
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A misty mid-morning walk at the Lagoon in my "hometown".
Posted to Black and White about 1499 days ago, 1 comment(s)
Loving the textures of old meets new
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I love the idea of shooting the old city structures in the new vibrant areas of Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
Posted to Street Photography about 1499 days ago, 1 comment(s)
I as a photographer (artist) I like to take many photos - family, landscape, animals ect. I also like to take some of my ideas that float around in my mind also...I just thought I would share this one being that it is fall and Halloween will be here soon enough. Hope you all like what you see...

Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
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Local coffee shop out door table carving of ultimate boredom.
The owner always paints the tables and tries to fill them, they are just replaced with new carvings days later. Repeat offenders will spend days during separate visits working on them. Most are done with the butt end of a lighter (they are in the smoking section primarily) or the end of a pen, or whatever is near by.
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This is what says "Home" in Visalia, California. We are in the Central San Joaquin Valley, not Hollywood, no beach, but near the mountains. We love our small town feel as we grow.
EXIF - Nikon D90, f/14.0 ,ISO-125, 1/80 second, lens 28-300 @ 50mm
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Waiting on Main Street for the Fourth of July parade in Sandwich Illinois.
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Rear view of a store on Main Street, Sandwich Illinois.
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Nikon D3100
1/500, F/100 ISO/200
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Entry to Garden of the gods
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The main section of the sculpture across from Jal Lake.
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A section of the sculpture across from Jal Lake.
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A section of the sculpture across from Jal Lake.
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The Carillion Tower on the newly renamed state park of Belle Isle which is located in the middle of the Detroit River. Very clean, family and pet friendly, perfect for watching boats and freighters make their way up and down the river. There's picnic areas and also a public beach with The Detroit Yacht Club close by.
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Another sculpture in Jal created by resident artist Brian Norwood. The sculpture depicts pioneer ranchers leaving their J A L brand on their cattle.
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Clyde and Martha Woolworth were siblings and two of the earliest pioneers who homesteaded Jal, NM in the early 1900's. They bought adjacent pieces of land, and built a house on the border between their two properties, where Clyde's bedroom was on his land, and Martha's bedroom on her land. Their trust is what still funds the library to this day.
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This is a 4 image stack of lightning over the town of Jal. I know the horizon looks crooked, but it's actually a hill. The levels on the tripod were perfect.
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The Trail Ahead sculpture always makes a good foreground for sunsets and lightning photos.
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Did you know Jal, NM is the only town in the world that has a lake that spells out the name of the town?
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This is Jal, NM taken from an airplane that belongs to a friend of mine. It's black and white because the photo was taken in January so the landscape was a dull brown color.
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Southwest of Jal lies a farm that produces hay. I was taking pictures on the property for their daughter who was elected homecoming queen, and the sunset was just right and made for an outstanding background.
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Scene from the Sandwich Fair. I always liked to get there early while they are grooming.
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North of Jal, NM there is a sculpture titled "The Trail Ahead..." that depicts the homesteaders who founded the town. At first glance it looks like a real cattle drive going on. The artist that created it is Brian Norwood, a resident of Jal and accomplished artist. The cowboy figures are also facsimiles of real ranchers in the area. This photo was chosen to be on a postcard for the Jal Chamber of Commerce.
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This is where I live, where I was born, where I taught for many years. 7 towns or villages around the edge. Douglas is the Capital of the Isle of Man, British Isles.
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There's a song by Billy Talent that in so many ways speaks to me of the town in which I live.
Sometimes it's so beautiful, but it's such a sad little place.
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Nikon D3100
1/60, f/5 ISO 200
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Samsung camera phone
1/263, F/2.6 ISO/ 50

This family puts up a hay display for Fall, Christmas,and Easter. It's all about our town and country living
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When I can, I like to take an image of our lake that makes even the locals say "Really? That's our lake?" For this image I was just practicing with my ND filter.
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