My Son Sergio
Photo by Archivo
This is my son Sergio and his mother. I am the photo editor for La Razon, a newspaper in Madrid, Spain. Since 1985, I have shot around Spain and the world. This is my favorite shot, simple and lovely.
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© 2002 Archivo
Photo by William Barry
November is National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage month and last year's theme was, "Uniting All Nations Together As One." The Coast Guard in Hampton Roads, Va., sponsored a special event that featured music and dance performances by Dr. Red Hawk. Red Hawk is an enrolled Cherokee Indian, co-founder of the United Indian Nation, Inc., and the current Chief of the Bird-Band for the American Cherokee Confederacy of Georgia. He is an old-style, traditional dancer and master storyteller. He is also a professional consultant and keynote speaker in the areas of diversity, multiculturalism, and organizational development. During the event, there was also food tasting of a variety of Native American Indian dishes and special exhibits on the Mississippi Choctaw, Blackfeet, and Cherokee.
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© 2002 William Barry
photograph by Kris Dibley
This picture was taken on my honeymoon in Niagara Falls, Canada. My husband and I went in September of this year.
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© 2002 Kris Dibley
Sotogrande, Spain (2001)
photograph by Eduardo Bonesire (Belgium)
This picture was taken minutes before sunset. I wanted to capture nothing else but the warmth that this yellow wall had accumulated during the last few hours, and that it was now slowly releasing.
I used my old Nikon FM (1981) and a Tamron zoom. I only work with natural light.
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© 2002 Eduardo Bonesire
Photo by James Bergauer
We had been running around the San Juan mountains in Southern Colorado when we stumbled on this mine. It was later in the day and it was cold and almost snowing. The wind was starting to blow and the building was making sounds as though it was wanting to wake from a long slumber. My wife and I just sat and listened to the fantastic sounds of the wind as it moved through the structure and surrounding forest. If I didn't know better, I swear you could here the voices of the miners as they toiled with thoughts of riches in their minds. This is near Silverton and the stories of all the old mines and the spirits that haunt the area is what was in by mind when I took the photograph.
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c 2002 James Bergauer
St. Annes Pier
Photo by Stephen Thaw
This photo of St. Annes Pier was taken with a Canon, with a Tamaron 35-70 zoom. I used Agfa black and white slide film.
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© 2002 Stephen Thaw
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