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The Waterloo of the James Gang

Small town USA– The greatest stagecoach and bankrobbing gang of the Wild West–the James-Younger Gang–tore through middle America in the 1870’s, robbing and plundering in a bloody revenge against the North. The criminal juggernaut met it’s end at a small … Continue reading

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Rolling Through

Nothing says summertime like a visit to the lake with friends, burgers to grill and ice cold beer! I liked this shot of amber glass bottles making their journey through the production process. These bottles are rolling down the line … Continue reading

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The Heartland at Harvest Time

  Family bonding takes on many different characteristics. For some, it’s discussing a favorite book; for others, it’s throwing a football around in the orange afternoons of Autumn. In small town Minnesota USA, I recall changing oil, V-belts, and tires … Continue reading

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Waterfront Fountain

The quiet serenity of this beautiful fountain was captured by Laslo Ilyes in Seattle on July 4, 2010. Using a Canon EOS 5D.  The asymmetrical architectural design of this fountain makes it unique among the typical styles you see for … Continue reading

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Old Man in Box

This photo was sent in by one of our readers, currently moving residencies and feeling the full emotional effect. Moving is a strange externality of the modern condition. So exciting, and so sad. New colors and cultures await, restaurants and … Continue reading

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Cuban Baseball

In celebration of August, the end off fall–we chose this baseball picture submitted to OnewithU. Latin America has developed a kinship with baseball–it’s saved players from the throughs of communist induced poverty, and brought several superstars to worldwide fame. Recently, … Continue reading

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The Modern Gauge

  What’s great about this photo is that if offers such a canvas of conjurance. Depending on your background, philosophies, or opinions–it could bring images of American industrial might, the backbone of an economy(or once was). It could bring to … Continue reading

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Up

The angle of this shot gives us an interesting window out on the world. If it weren’t for the treetops peeking over the edge or the cinder blocks lined up, I may have believed this were a horizontal view rather … Continue reading

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Sheepish

In like a lamb and out like a lion? That’s probably what photographer Fiona McAllister must be thinking, since this was one of her first sights since Spring started. Or maybe she isn’t quite as literal as we are. Either … Continue reading

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Wind Beneath My Wings

This photograph is so stunning it is hard to believe it is not computer-generated. Flying high above snowy alps in Switzerland, we are traveling along with this crow. The details are so sharp we can see the details in nearly … Continue reading

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