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Gold leaf candle
Purple and Blue
The cool end of the color spectrum can be reflected in flowers of spring or ice of winter...after the ice has been colored a bit, of course.
Purple and Blue
The cooler end of the spectrum is reflected well in spring blossoms and winter ice...after the ice is colored, that is.
Beautiful baby girl surprised by a noise
Finding a rain soaked bridge after a storm
Candle coin
I have a paperweight with some old coins in it that I figured would make a good double exposure subject. It's not easy to get a lot of different things to work with in this kind of photog
Night Lights
The moon and candles represent natural and man made ways to light the darkness.
A candle in a raindrop is interesting.
pond aftermath
Pond making with papa aftermath
Sun Drop
I decided that a few of my shots had extra space, so a combination (or double exposure) might look interesting. I think I was right.
On the way back from chasing a sunrise, I saw this crow perched on the railroad track. He stayed for only a few seconds, so this was the only shot I got.
There's no place like this desert
a rare sunset were i live
A partially frozen water drop caught my eye in December 2010. Ice and sunsets are the only things to document in winter--there's nothing else around.
the heavens
horse in the spring
Beautiful scene
was at the lake  wlaking the shore line saw the lighthouse  thought to myself that would make a great picture just happend to get the seaguel in the picture
Floating feather
One of the swans lost a feather, and since I had yet to get one on the water (or anywhere else) I had to snap it. This one is also framed in gold on my wall.
shot with my nikon D5000 in gettysburg penn.
Mating pair of Bald Eagles, Windermere, Florida
Look At Us  
i was just out at the park taking pictures  something i love to do
Swan at Deibert Park. 
I had yet to get a swan, so during a people shoot in October 2010 I snagged this one as he tried to glide away. This shot is framed in gold on my wall and is one of the best an
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
On the way back from chasing a sunrise, I saw this crow perched on the railroad track. He stayed for only a few seconds, so this was the only shot I got.

On the way back from chasing a sunrise, I saw this crow perched on the railroad track. He stayed for only a few seconds, so this was the only shot I got.

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Cherokee, Alabama, United States of America
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© shirley gaisser.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 04.2010
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: March 7, 2011, 11:33 a.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D300
Focal Length: 200mm
Shutter Speed: 1/160
Aperture: f14
ISO: ISO200
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