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The Weight of Despair.  This photo was taken at an Occupy Wall Street protest in NYC. The protesters were marching from Zuccotti Park to Times Square.
my niece found this little sandcrab on the beach when we were all gathered there for my brother's wedding.  Her nearly found sense of style doesn't interfere with her love of Nature's wonders in minia
this laundry is in the downtown of Vancouver.  I always admire that they have added a pop aesthetic to a functional service.  As well, I love pink.  I think this is a good way to stimulate the right b
Less is more (sometimes)
the Celebration of Lights has 3 nights of fireworks in the summer.  This photograph captures the diffused light exploding over the water at night.
The path by the beach near my apartment is my favorite place to take photographs.  This tree trunk exhibited it's elegance against the water on one of the thousands of days I take this walk.
Friends
Closed Range
a sculpture in Garry Pt, B.C. on a beautiful day has someone who is flying a gigantic kite behind it.  The sculpture is from the Vancouver Biennale.
Midwest Americana
The day after my brother was married, we all went to a fifties diner in Ventura, California for a late breakfast.  This hungry little creature, having been taxied by bike, is perusing the menu in this
These tiny china cups are part of an installation was put up by my neighbor who is a ceramics artist.  Looking closely you can see my pink sandals in the reflection on each of the cups.
Watermelon Berry
Mother and Daddy's final journey
This woman was waiting for the fireworks competition which happens on 3 nights in July.  Many people gather at the beaches to watch the lights explode over the water.
Elder berry after the rain
Grass in the early morning
Fireweed
Richmond station, Old Richmond, TX
Pedersen Glacier, reflection
Train Trellis in Old Richmond, TX
Dew Berry
This is a detail of a large petrified piece of driftwood that lies on the edge of the water at Kits beach.  It has been there a very long time!
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
These tiny china cups are part of an installation was put up by my neighbor who is a ceramics artist. Looking closely you can see my pink sandals in the reflection on each of the cups.

These tiny china cups are part of an installation was put up by my neighbor who is a ceramics artist. Looking closely you can see my pink sandals in the reflection on each of the cups.

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Vancouver,B.C., Canada
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© jacqueline karista.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2011
Filed Under: Altered Images
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 9, 2011, 10:52 p.m.
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Camera Model: PENTAX K-7
Focal Length: 20mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1
Aperture: f22
ISO: ISO200
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