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The Le Pouce (The Thumb), designed by French sculptor Csar (Baldaccini) in 1963, is one of the many sculptures collected in the Clos Pegase sculpture garden. The bronze sculpture stands six-foot tall.
Spending the day on Cannon Beach with my daughter and her future step-son, I catch the three year old in deep thought leaving Haystack Rock in the background.  What world problems may he be pondering
Teckneck in lighting
Boys will be boys, my daughter's future step-son is caught taking a closer look at the Tillamoook Cheese factory, on the wrong side of the rail.  At three years old, not quite ready to read the warnin
This is the end.com grafitti sprayed over text on a window.
Sun over Haystack Rock
Here's lookin' at you--as experienced in the produce section while shopping for veggies.
While hiking the rim of Crater Lake, one can not help but notice the reflection of the inner walls on the deep blue lake and reflect within themselves this beauty the world offers and our responsibili
Through the tree trunk a face from the 12th century stares back.
After a long way in the Portuguese coast, he rested from his trip and get their feet wet
Happy with a hula hoop at the Live Oak Park Crafts Fair.
My wife and I are hiking the rim of Crater Lake in Oregon and one can not help but being drawn in to the deep blue of the two thousand foot deep lake created over seven thousand years ago by Mount Maz
Dancers waiting their turn at the Solano Stroll--some 300,000 attended.
Sunrise in the Vasco da Gama Bridge, the largest in Europe, and situated in Lisbon, Portugal
Art is in the eye of beholder or is the painting eyeing the viewer?
While hiking the rim of Crater Lake in Oregon, the only disturbance in this two thousand foot deep blue body, is the trail of the wake left by a small research vessel rounding Wizard Island surrounded
Stairs inside a church, in Santiago de Compostela, Spain
drive down a road of a Farm and pond in WI
Freedom of speech to go.
Man walks in the historic streets of Oviedo, Spain
Tram went through the famous streets of Alfama in Lisbon, Portugal
The chance to stay in the historic Heceta Head light keepers house and relax on the porch with the view shared by those in times gone past, protecting mariners sailing the Pacific in centuries past.
Walking into an Escheresque drawing by way of a 9th century step water well.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
My wife and I are hiking the rim of Crater Lake in Oregon and one can not help but being drawn in to the deep blue of the two thousand foot deep lake created over seven thousand years ago by Mount Maz

My wife and I are hiking the rim of Crater Lake in Oregon and one can not help but being drawn in to the deep blue of the two thousand foot deep lake created over seven thousand years ago by Mount Mazama collapsing into itself.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 4, 2011, 1:05 a.m.
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