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slooky 11-28-2019 05:49 PM


Originally Posted by eatswodo (Post 6223867)
That's rather fine - where was it taken?

Lake Ontario in St Catharines. Than you for your kind comment.

CoffeeFan 11-29-2019 08:46 AM


Originally Posted by Haasome (Post 6224039)
That is a beautiful photo!

Thank you! It's a favorite of mine, for sure.

I actually entered it into a United Airlines photo competition in, I believe, 2009 or so. Didn't even get an honorable mention!

MinorKey 11-29-2019 10:17 AM

First day of sunshine today in ages so I decided to get a photo of my baritone uke

DCCougar 11-29-2019 10:29 AM

We had a few really nice sunsets up at our place in north Idaho a week or so ago....

Scott O 11-29-2019 03:47 PM

Sunset at Walden Pond in Massachusetts.

endpin 12-01-2019 08:34 PM

Stairwa... er, uh Pathway to Heaven

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DCCougar 12-06-2019 07:30 AM

CoffeeFan 12-06-2019 09:36 AM

I love photographing houses of worship.

I'm not a man of faith by any stretch of the imagination, but I've always been fascinated by the lengths man will go to demonstrate devotion to his chosen God.

This is the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Savannah, Georgia:

The Chiesa di San Firenze in Florence, Italy:

The Basillica di Santa Francesca Romana in Rome, Italy:

The Chiesa di San Marcello al Corso in Rome, Italy:

As grand as some of these churches and cathedrals can be, sometime they are quite small and simple. This is St. Margaret's Chapel, at Edinburgh Castle in Edinburgh, Scotland. At times I felt as though I'd hit my head on the ceiling (a tiny woman, Margaret was, you see):

Dan Brown, author of The DaVinci Code, referred to this as "the most mysterious and magical chapel on earth". This is Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian, Scotland:

Mr. Paul 12-06-2019 10:01 PM

Chief Mountain, Montana, 1977.

This is the first mountain I ever climbed. On top, I pulled the Kodak Instamatic out, looked through the plastic viewfinder, and knew that it would never do :D.

ASAP, I road tripped to get a nice Olympus OM-1. This is one of the first OM-1 photos, taken on the way home.

DCCougar 12-07-2019 09:02 AM


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