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Man vs. Nature (Or: Why Is Your Elbow in My Nature Photograph?)

Man vs. Nature (Or: Why Is Your Elbow in My Nature Photograph?)

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 27, 2010 7

I have lots of photos of people parts: the tops of heads adorning the bottom of a frame; errant elbows jutted into the right or left side of an image; a disconnected leg caught

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Master of Disguise

Master of Disguise

James Dziezynski July 26, 2010 3

I had to share this picture from my recent climb of Oklahoma Mountain here in Colorado. But why would I post a photo of a pile of rocks? Look closer!!

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Adventures into Other Lives

Adventures into Other Lives

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 6, 2010 5

Sitting on a pretty hilltop on the Bonavista Peninsula of Newfoundland, there’s a little bed-and-breakfast in the quiet, seaside village of Trinity. I stayed there one night, in the summer of 2007, surrounded by

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Inspiration for modern-day explorers

Inspiration for modern-day explorers

Wendy Redal July 2, 2010 1

I saw the IMAX film Hubble last weekend and was astounded anew by the human propensity for exploration. As astronaut Frank Borman has said, “Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit.” But

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Let a baby polar bear capture your heart!

Let a baby polar bear capture your heart!

Wendy Redal July 2, 2010 0

I may be one of the few people on the planet – with access to television, at any rate – who had never seen footage of the baby polar bear orphan Knut until a

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