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Quebec: Snow Sculptures

And… I know I said it was the last of Quebec posts but I completely forgot about 2 ones that never got posted until my roommate reminded me! 103 more words

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Bare Branches

Much of my early dark room work was characterised by scratched negatives, finger prints and developer stains, though I did bleach and tone some prints which is a more secure and stable method of preserving them. 87 more words

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The Sheer Massiveness (11 IMAGES)


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The Sheer Massiveness of Niagara Falls is not as easy to portray as you would think. Distance is really deceiving, and unless you have something to compare these waterfalls to, or unless you are there in person, their immense size is difficult to get into perspective. 843 more words

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Waiting for the Bus II

A woman sits, her head bowed as if dozing, and a man allows a potato chip to go cold, as he stares introspectively off into the distance. 71 more words

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Lost Photos from the Red Cedar Trail

About a month ago my wife and I took a walk along the Red Cedar Trail. A cold spell had just ended and is was a beautiful sunny day. 32 more words

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Waterfall at Wilson Dam on a freezing day

One very cold afternoon two weeks ago, some friends and I went to the waterfalls at the rockpile park near Wilson Dam.  Temps for the day and the previous days were in the twenties.   62 more words

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Beach Ice

On our visits to Gooseberry Falls and Split Rock Lighthouse State Parks we found some interesting ice on the beach.

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