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Lone cyclist in the morning mist on the Mississippi River, NOLA.
Misty New Orleans
Photograph © Alice Kabanoff
Captured Mon Mar 16, '09 07:32PM
Posted Fri May 25, '12 05:54AM
Views 706 / Comments 3
Chiangrai, Thailand. Mae Salong well known for Oolong tea
Tea plantation
Photograph © Jimmy K. Phua
Captured Sat Dec 18, '10 10:58PM
Posted Tue May 22, '12 10:11AM
Views 692 / Comments 1
This is a view from the opposite side of the valley and taken at the opposite side of the day to my previous post. They will both hang opposite each other in a new restaurant in Ramsbottom, the Hearth of the Ram.
Sunset over Ramsbottom
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Fri May 18, '12 02:16PM
Posted Fri May 18, '12 02:16PM
Views 636 / Comments 0
Villefranche-sur-mer (next to Nice) seafront, like a collection of colorful matchboxes.
Photograph © Alice Kabanoff
Captured Tue Feb 27, '07 07:01AM
Posted Wed May 16, '12 11:33AM
Views 658 / Comments 2
Sedona, Arizona is a beautiful city surrounded by the red rock formations such as Cathedral Rocks and Courthouse Butte pictured in this HDR sunset shot.
Cathedral Rocks Sunset
Photograph ©
Captured Mon Mar 19, '12 05:36PM
Posted Thu May 10, '12 01:49AM
Views 776 / Comments 2
The 'super moon' of May. Went to this location to shoot the moon and met up with at least 100 other photographers there for the same purpose. Would have been nice to have a little atmosphere.. but you get what you get. It was a nice event nonetheless!
Full Moon, Golden Gate
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Sat May 05, '12 09:02PM
Posted Sun May 06, '12 03:22AM
Views 658 / Comments 3
Part of Point Reyes National Seashore.. stunning landscape which is home to herds of wild Elk.
Tomales Point Coast
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Sat Apr 28, '12 04:21PM
Posted Wed May 02, '12 02:36AM
Views 680 / Comments 0
Taken in a Wattle forest, the light and the mist combined to allow me to take this shot..
Morning Forest Mist
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Wed Feb 23, '11 01:45AM
Posted Mon Apr 23, '12 04:33AM
Views 602 / Comments 3
One of the numerous colorful character striding along the streets of Dublin for St Patrick's Day
Photograph © Alice Kabanoff
Captured Sun Mar 18, '12 09:07AM
Posted Thu Apr 19, '12 09:10AM
Views 567 / Comments 1
early autumn sunrise over a tributary of the Umkomaas river in Kwa Zulu Natal in South Africa: I did this in HDR so as to be able to lighten up the shadows.
sunrise over the valley
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Sun Apr 01, '12 12:24AM
Posted Fri Apr 13, '12 04:55AM
Views 699 / Comments 3
Remnants of Native American cultures in central Arizona near Gila Bend.
Painted Rocks Petroglyph Site
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Fri Jun 11, '10 08:18AM
Posted Sun Apr 08, '12 11:20AM
Views 569 / Comments 3
I took this photo at The Oregon Zoo in Portland.
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Sat Aug 06, '11 12:57PM
Posted Sat Mar 31, '12 07:17PM
Views 663 / Comments 3
I've been trying to get a decent shot of large lenticular clouds by Mount Rainier for years; yet have never quite been in the right place at the right time. This is as close as I've gotten. Taken a couple of weeks ago, I saw the clouds when driving home from work. Grabbed my gear and headed down to the water, but unfortunately, the sunset was pretty much a bust.
Clouds and Rainier
Photograph © Joe Becker
Captured Thu Mar 08, '12 09:11PM
Posted Tue Mar 27, '12 12:09AM
Views 715 / Comments 3
We've had a lot of rain lately and the creeks have swelled. I took my camera and tripod out for a "short" hike.. that ended up taking 4 hours.. I'm so in love with my new location. This forest is just 5 minutes from where I live. How lucky am I? The beauty of this place makes me weep. Seriously.
Boy at the Bridge
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Sun Mar 18, '12 03:08PM
Posted Tue Mar 20, '12 02:16AM
Views 729 / Comments 4
This young male leopard was sleeping and hiding in the high grasses at Okonjima, the home of the Africat Foundation, until it was awakened by my sneezing, and looked at us straight into our eyes.
Jo Van Rossem
Photograph © Karin De Winter
Captured Thu Feb 15, '07 10:58AM
Posted Fri Mar 16, '12 04:49PM
Views 6132 / Comments 2
Taken during the "F�te des Lumi�res" (Light Festival) in Lyon. The building's architectural lines were copied using light and then distorted, creating the eerie impression that the Theatre was moving on its own. It was quite hard to get a clean shot as there were many people watching and the light effects were rather fast but here goes !
Moving Architecture
Photograph © Alice Kabanoff
Captured Sat Dec 11, '10 12:43PM
Posted Thu Mar 15, '12 09:45AM
Views 718 / Comments 4
I know this a little "artsy fartsy" for some of you. But I really love this image.. hope you do too. This was taken at the end of a long hike I took last Sunday near my home (still so excited that there is so much forest so close to home now). I hiked to the top of a ridge to see a waterfall.. and it was pretty dry. I remembered Ruud's advice "don't forget to look up"! And there it was.. this lone beautiful tree on the ridge with the sunlight pouring through the branches. Thanks Ruud! :)
Looking up!
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Thu Mar 15, '12 02:57AM
Posted Thu Mar 15, '12 02:57AM
Views 644 / Comments 4
On Inishmore, the largest of the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland. The fields are divided by several thousand miles of "drystone" wall (made without mortar, thus allowing farmers who want to move stock to dismantle and rebuild the walls easily). On a clear day as this one, we can even see in the distance the Twelve Bens mountain range situated in Connemara.
Stone Snakes
Photograph © Alice Kabanoff
Captured Sun Jun 05, '11 08:57AM
Posted Tue Mar 13, '12 08:44AM
Views 658 / Comments 3
I can't believe nothing has been posted in this gallery for about 2 weeks, so I had to add something! I took this yesterday at the Seattle Dog Show, at the cairn terrier booth. This young girl, dressed as Dorthy, gladly posed for me with her little cairn terrier - not named Toto, but Heidi.
And Toto too
Photograph © Joe Becker
Captured Sat Mar 10, '12 02:19PM
Posted Sun Mar 11, '12 10:03PM
Views 766 / Comments 3
Taken at Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, PA.  Sigma SD14, Sigma 50mm macro, ISO 100, f/5, 1/125s.
Triple Play
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Sat Mar 20, '10 11:23AM
Posted Sat Mar 10, '12 09:07PM
Views 674 / Comments 4
The various shades of the waters of the Turk and Caicos islands of the Caribbean
Caribeean Blues
Photograph ©
Captured Mon Jan 30, '12 08:07AM
Posted Fri Mar 09, '12 12:51PM
Views 684 / Comments 2
The skyline of Seattle with the Space Needle, Mt. Rainier, and an early moonrise from Kerry Park.
Seattle Sunset
Photograph ©
Captured Sat Aug 25, '07 01:40PM
Posted Fri Mar 09, '12 12:35PM
Views 671 / Comments 2
In my Garden
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Mon Dec 05, '11 02:42PM
Posted Tue Mar 06, '12 09:45PM
Views 563 / Comments 1
I took a drive out to Napa Valley this past Monday (my birthday!) to see the mustard fields that I had read and heard about. Really beautiful! I need to go back, arrive earlier... I got a little lost on the way. Can't wait to go back for the autumn harvest too! (Oh, and perhaps take the time for a little wine tasting.)
Mellow Yellow
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Thu Feb 23, '12 02:23PM
Posted Thu Feb 23, '12 02:23PM
Views 2242 / Comments 4
We had come to the end of our stay in the Serengeti and had not seen any lions close-up. Our driver/guide said he had one last spot to check out on the way back. We approached the outcrop op rocks and quietly moved around a couple of big rocks and there they were: a whole pride of lions. They were very relaxed and snoozing, obviously had a kill that morning. They looked like the definition of contentment. There were a few cubs playing and harassing their mothers. It was a lovely scene and the thought of getting out of the vehicle and stroking these cats came into my head, very, very briefly...
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Tue Jan 01, '08 07:03AM
Posted Tue Feb 21, '12 10:36AM
Views 676 / Comments 4
by Roberto Ojeda
The departed
Photograph © Roberto Ojeda
Captured Sat Feb 18, '12 12:26AM
Posted Sat Feb 18, '12 12:26AM
Views 621 / Comments 2
by Roberto Ojeda
Up in the andes
Photograph © Roberto Ojeda
Captured Sat Feb 18, '12 12:23AM
Posted Sat Feb 18, '12 12:23AM
Views 663 / Comments 0
by Roberto Ojeda
Underwater kiss
Photograph © Roberto Ojeda
Captured Sat Feb 18, '12 12:20AM
Posted Sat Feb 18, '12 12:20AM
Views 693 / Comments 1
Thomas d�Arcos identified the capitol as a temple of Jupiter in the 17th century. It was the object of further research at the end of the 19th century, led in particular by the doctor Louis Carton in 1893. The walls, executed in opus africanum style, and the entablature of the portico were restored between 1903 and 1910. Claude Poinssot discovered a crypt beneath the cella in 1955. The most recent works were carried out by the Tunisian Institut national du patrimoine between 1994 and 1996.
The capitol in Dougga is exceptionally well preserved, which is a consequence of its inclusion in the Byzantine fortification. A series of eleven stairs lead up to the front portico. The temple front�s Corinthian columns are eight metres tall, on top of which is the perfectly preserved pediment. The pediment bears a depiction of emperor Antoninus Pius�s elevation to godhood. The emperor is being carried by an eagle. (Wikipedia)
The Capitol
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sun Jan 22, '12 05:38AM
Posted Fri Feb 17, '12 02:51PM
Views 664 / Comments 2
Getting in the mood to go skiing in March.
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Feb 25, '06 05:49AM
Posted Thu Feb 16, '12 06:32PM
Views 560 / Comments 1
Plumbeous Rail 2
Photograph © Fokion L Zissiadis
Captured Fri Dec 30, '11 07:37AM
Posted Sun Feb 12, '12 06:33AM
Views 660 / Comments 0
I took this photo just after a storm in Yosemite last winter. The clearing storm left amazing low clouds hanging around the cliffs and trees, truly a spectacular moment
Sentinal Rock In Winter, Yosemite National Park
Photograph © Laura Taylor
Captured Sat Feb 11, '12 04:58PM
Posted Sat Feb 11, '12 04:58PM
Views 681 / Comments 3
A young woman sunbathes among lounges with the blue waters of the  carribean behind her on the Grand Turk island in the British West Indies
January Blues
Photograph ©
Captured Mon Jan 30, '12 08:05AM
Posted Fri Feb 10, '12 03:07PM
Views 569 / Comments 2
Full disclosure: This is an aquarium shot that I took at the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center in Key West.  Sigma SD14, Sigma 18-250mm OS @ 50mm, ISO 800, f/5, 1/25s.
Lion Fish
Photograph © Roger Maki
Captured Thu Oct 20, '11 09:54AM
Posted Tue Feb 07, '12 10:19AM
Views 667 / Comments 1
One of the best hikes in Marin County, CA (my new home!) I arrived here just about a week ago. It's been a busy time leading up to the move, but I believe I'll have lots more time for photography now. Looking forward to getting back in the swing of things at TPN... I've missed you guys!
Cataract Falls IX
Photograph © Sarah Clarehart
Captured Mon Feb 06, '12 02:57PM
Posted Mon Feb 06, '12 02:57PM
Views 3446 / Comments 2
The Romans obviously were not as prudish about their bodily functions as the English are today. The gutter in front had a constant supply of clean water for the occupants to dip their sponge on a stick into. Just imagine the discussions that took place here! Would have made a good scene in 'Life of Brian.'
Communal Toilet
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sun Jan 22, '12 04:58AM
Posted Sat Feb 04, '12 11:52AM
Views 669 / Comments 2
One of the most distinguishable unusual architectures in the world, the St. Basil's Cathedral in the Red Square, Moscow, exhibits such beautiful lines and curves to compliment the colors throughout.  I was there on a very drizzily day and started walking away at the opposite end of the Red Square when I noticed a clearing and ran back full speed to capture this.  It was good as the clouds came back in just about 10-15 minutes.    Shot in May with the flowers
St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Fri May 22, '09 06:47PM
Posted Thu Feb 02, '12 07:33AM
Views 684 / Comments 3
One of the very many alleys in the Medina of Tunis. This is not in the tourist area, where most shops sell souvenirs at appropriately inflated prices. Neither is it in the huge area where the locals shop for clothes, pots & pans, spices, etc. It was just one of the many quiet alleys that you can find if you take twenty steps off the beaten track. The sepia reflects the mood better than a pure, cool Black and White treatment. I also added some graininess.
Man Following Man Following Cat
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Jan 21, '12 04:40AM
Posted Mon Jan 30, '12 04:01AM
Views 691 / Comments 3
On my trip to the remote Daxui mountain regions of Sichuan, we drove deep into the valleys over very rough roads (4 wheel drive) and besides the beauty, we encountered many Tibetian families and Yak herders along the way.   This one girl was climbling around the fence post...not a safe thing from what I saw.
Girl on a Fence, Sichuan, China
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sun Oct 09, '11 09:55AM
Posted Fri Jan 27, '12 10:31PM
Views 688 / Comments 0
This was on the eve of the Chinese New Year in Singapore, the shot is of a part of the fabulous dragon lighting which covered most of the street ! Being in the heart of Chinatown on the eve of their New Year, was an awesome experience by itself !
Dragon Lighting
Photograph © Namrata Sen
Captured Sun Jan 22, '12 05:38PM
Posted Thu Jan 26, '12 12:40PM
Views 695 / Comments 0
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