This street performer set up in the Dam Plaza in Amsterdam. How does he maintain his balance?
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Gaylord Palms Ice Festival – Kissimmee, Florida – Dec. 2007
When the venue provides the warm winter coats, you know it is cold.
On our Baltic cruise, we made a stop in Finland and took a trip to the beautiful town of Porvoo. Alongside the river was this bush with a single bloom and bulbs of some kind.
A closeup reveals details of the leaves, which were healthy and beautiful on this September afternoon:
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This photo is self explanatory.
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Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park.
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St. Michael’s Cave, Gibraltar
And here is THE ROCK against the blue sky and water:
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Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park
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This bus is a very bright yellow in natural light, which makes for a wonderful light tone in Black and White.
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This is my first entry into the Weekly Photo Challenge from the Traveling at Wits End blog. I was drawn in by a post from the sonofabeach96 blog. Since red is my favorite color, I thought I would share three photos from a recent trip to the Shenandoah Valley. We stayed at th wonderful Piney Hill Bed & Breakfast, and these photo are from their property.
Here is that same bush in two closeup photos.
This one is an “all-red” photo.
Follow any of the links provided, included from the B&B. If you are ever in the area, I would recommend you give Piney Hill a try.