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John Hall Oct 25
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Sean Davis Oct 24
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MK Oct 23
Metropolis This city, no matter where you look, has something to capture. Another night out in a beautiful city.
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Harry Barmon 3h
Playing with light. _____________________________________ @ Old Vernonia Mill
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Jim Denham Photo 19h
Tremont, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, October 26, 2020 Sony A7II Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 f/18 ISO 100 0.4 seconds 24mm
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Steve O'Sullivan 8h
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Niraj Patel 15h
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Cheryl Crichton-Edwards Oct 24
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SheClicks Oct 24
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Lara S Oct 25
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Kevin Nelson Oct 19
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Maureen Shellenberger Oct 22
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David Hamilton Oct 20
β€œYou have set your glory above the heavens...”Psalm 8:1 Glorious fall night sky from my lens. @ St Joseph State Park, Cape San Blas, Florida
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Hippie Nixon Oct 22
The pond at Greencroft industrial park. @ Greencroft Industrial Park
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Steven.G Oct 21
Here comes the sun, and I say it’s alright 🎢 πŸŒ… @ Nags Head Fishing Pier
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Cheryl Crichton-Edwards Oct 20
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logos.ai Oct 20
The technique of taking fantastic pictures of waterfalls, where the movement of the water looks magical like a floating cloud, is achieved by long exposure photography. via
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Grzegorz Zawalnicki Oct 25
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Cheryl Crichton-Edwards Oct 20
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