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Blooming Cherry Blossom Tree Branches. Washington, DC

Flowering cherry blossom tree branches during the National Cherry Blossom Festival, the Tidal Basin, Washington DC. The photograph was created by sandwiching two frames of 35 mm color transparency film together in one slide mount. (Sam D'Amico)
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Landscape And Fence Reflected In Windows, Pullman, Washington

A sunlit landscape and fence reflected in a series of windows on a home , Pullman, Washington. (Sam D’Amico)
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Steaks On Plates With Utensils On A Table, East Bangor, Pennsylvania.

Whole steaks and a partial steak on plates with utensils on a table. East Bangor, Pennsylvania. According to a New York Times article, http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/27/weekinreview/27bittman.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0, “an estimated 30 percent of the earth’s ice-free land is directly or indirectly involved in livestock production, according to the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization, which also estimates that livestock [...]


Child Inside Of A Car Reacts To People Outside Of The Car. Lehigh Valley Region, Pennsylvania

A child looking through a window from inside of a car reacts to seeing people that are outside of the car. The Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania. (Sam D’Amico)
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View East While Traveling South On The Amtrak Northeast Regional Rail Line

View East while traveling South on the Amtrak Northeast Regional rail line. Somewhere between Iselin, New Jersey and Washington, DC. (Sam D’Amico)
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Hanging, Closed, Red Hibiscus Flower, Boy Scout Woods, High Island, Texas

A closed, red , hibiscus flower hanging near a walking trail. Boy Scout Woods (Louis B. Smith Bird Sanctuary), High Island, Texas. Before being purchased by the Houston Audubon Society, the 60 acres of wetlands, woods and coastal prairies was known as Boy Scout Woods because of the scout camp on the property. In 1982 [...]


Water Flowing Over A Terraced Structure, Bethesda, Maryland

Water flowing over a terraced structure, the Bethesda Metro Station, Bethesda, Maryland. (Sam D’Amico)
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Table Centerpiece During A Wedding, Lyndhurst, New Jersey

A table centerpiece consisting of flowers and candles against a background that includes a chandelier and ceiling lights, inside a ballroom, Lyndhurst, New Jersey. (Sam D’Amico)
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Brightly painted buildings, Seattle, Washington

The exteriors of buildings with windows and brightly painted walls, the Fremont area of Seattle, Washington. (Sam D’Amico)
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Rooms 75 Cents, Pioneer Square Area Of Seattle Washington

An antique, landmark, neon sign hanging over an entrance to a building reads “State Hotel Rooms 75 Cents”, First Avenue , the Pioneer Square area of Seattle, Washington. The building on which the sign hangs is located between Yessler Street and South Main Street and was a former hotel and Gold Rush days brothel. (Sam [...]


Main Street, Pullman, Washington

Automotive and pedestrian signals and traffic signs on a traffic signal pole, Main Street,Pullman, Washington (Sam D’Amico)
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Mojito

An out of focus, close-up of a Mojito, at an outdoor patio bar, Washington, DC. Originating in Cuba, the Mojito is a cocktail made with sugar, mint leaves, carbonated water, rum and limes. (Sam D’Amico)
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Wooden Cross On The Beach, Ocean Grove, New Jersey

A wooden cross erected on the beach, Ocean Grove, New Jersey. In 1869 the town of Ocean Grove was formed by A group of spiritual lay leaders assembled as The Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association. (Sam D’Amico)
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Christmas Decorations For Sale, Bernville, Pennsylvania

Small plastic Christmas decorations consisting of Christmas trees, Santa Claus, red and white striped candy canes and yule candles hang from a white pegboard and, below the decorations, boxes labeled as “4 pc. Giant Holiday Gift Bag Light Set” are displayed, the gift shop of Koziar’s Christmas Village, Bernville, Pennsylvania. (Sam D’Amico)
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Note On A Screen Door, Pewaukee Lake, Pewaukee, Wisconsin

A note that reads,”If The Baby is Loose, Please Lock The Door” is attached to the inside facing side of a screen door, a home on the shore of Pewaukee Lake, Pewaukee, Wisconsin. (Sam D’Amico)
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Shrub, 4800 Block Of Rugby Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland

An area of a green shrub photographed with an intentionally slow shutter speed while handholding a camera creates an abstraction, 4800 Block Of Rugby Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland. (Sam D’Amico)
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Happy Halloween

Before Halloween became about candy and costumes it was a celebration of transition. Fall to winter, abundance to scarcity, life to death. On that note, if you’re interested, below the picture you’ll find a reading that I’ve recorded from one of my favorite books. The passage that I’ve read suggests that the contemplation of death [...]


A Bowler Preparing To Approach The Foul Line, Woodbridge, New Jersey

A member of the Monday Seniors bowling league rests a bowling ball next to his head while preparing to approach the foul line at the Woodbridge Bowling Center, Woodbridge, New Jersey. The seniors meet every once a week and bowl for fun and health. (Sam D’Amico)
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Your Camera Owners Manual: The Lite Version Versus The Full Version

Many of the printed manuals manuals that come with todays cameras are an abbreviated version of the full manual.


Manhole Cover And Cracked Sidewalk, Washington, DC

A steel manhole cover with the word “water” within a cracked sidewalk, Washington, DC. Manhole covers are manufactured round mainly to prevent the manhole cover from falling into the opening that it covers. A square manhole cover could easily be dropped into a square manhole by holding the cover diagonally. (Sam D’Amico)
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The View While Commuting On The Red Line Metro Train, Washington, District of Columbia.

A woman covers her mouth while seated on a Red line Metro train, while another walks along the station platform, Washington, DC (Sam D’Amico)
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Dartboard On Wood Paneled Wall, Luray, Virginia

A dartboard, with darts embedded, hangs between two windows on a light colored wood paneled wall, the Barn at Evermore Farm (formerly Accokeek Farm), Luray, Virginia. (Sam D’Amico)
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Woman With A Bouquet Of Flowers, Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington

A woman carries a bouquet of flowers through the Pike place Market, Seattle, Washington. The Pike Place Market opened on August 17, 1907 as a public market place where consumers could purchase goods directly from farmers instead of wholesalers who sold the farmers goods at a markup while leaving the farmers with little to no [...]


White Oxeye Daisy And Green Grass, Pewaukee, Wisconsin

A single white Oxeye daisy, growing among green grass during the summer, Pewaukee, Wisconsin. The Oxeye daisy, Leucanthemum vulgare, flourishes in meadows, pastures, near roadsides and in the proximity of waste areas. For the dairy farmer, the Oxeye daisy is an annoyance because milk produced by cows that consume the plant acquires an unpleasant taste. [...]