Artist in the Sand:
I captured this image back in 2007 in the US Virgin Islands. This painter/photographer was very busy with a watercolor of the lagoon on this quiet beach:
Here is a view of what he was painting:
I hate to think about what this looks like now, after two brutal hurricanes. I hope everyone there is okay and recovering.
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Here is a swollen, flooding river being swallowed by a dense woods. The picture was taken in North West New Jersey the day after a heavy rainfall.
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This featured image represents one of the most historical trips my wife and I have experienced. We were on a Mediterranean cruise in May of 2001, and every stop was steeped in history. Our stop in Ephesus, Turkey was one of the highlights of the cruise. At that time, about one square mile of the city had been excavated, and everywhere we looked was wondrous. This particular picture is of the library in Ephesus.
However, this being the 4th of July, I thought I should include some American history. This next picture is from the siege at Vicksburg, Mississippi during the American Civil War.
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One of the biggest steps you take in your life is getting married. Here you see Father, Daughter and Granddaughter taking steps down to the beach for the daughter’s wedding. This is a big step for all three.
Thanks as always to Frank Jansen for hosting the Tuesday Photo Challenge on his blog ‘Dutch goes the Photo!‘.
Imagine something ‘Unusual’ with a name like ‘Old Faithful’. How unusual is it to have a natural geyser that blows at such a regular interval.
In this picture, it almost appears that Old Faithful is creating the beautiful clouds in the background sky.
Here is another example of the geyser at its peak:
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The cobblestone streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico are a photographer’s paradise.
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We are going back to Yellowstone National Park for several images of falling water.
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With the new spring growth, this small but thriving pine tree is really very healthy. Just look at the vibrancy of the green against the pine straw background. Also, it doesn’t hurt to have the morning sun peeking through the trees to light up the young branches.
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Today’s Tuesday Photo Challenge is to find a picture with the colors Red, Green, and Blue. I went back to our trip to Copenhagen and the Queens favorite Summer Residence – Fredensborg in Northern Zealand.
This first photo is on the street/plaza walking up to the residence:
The second photo is of one of the palace guards. The guard house behind the soldier is a dark red (currently in shadow). You can also see the scarlet piping in the uniform.
Thanks again to Frank Jansen for sponsoring his weekly photo challenge for the past year. Follow this link to his blog ‘Dutch goes the Photo!‘ to see all of the RGB entries.
The mystery: What is this object and where is it located?
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