Photo by Csaba Balasi
This is one of my favorite photos.
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To see more of Balasi's work, visit his website: http://www.syrinx.ro/galeria/photo/balasi/balasi.html
© 2001 Csaba Balasi
Photo by Donald Buchanan
I had spent a frustating day traveling the west coast of Scotland to capture new panoramics for my Web site of Scottish panoramic landscape photographs. After eight hours of low cloud and rain and just bad, bad light, I decided enough was enough and it was time for a beer back at my hotel. I stopped to post a letter at a small village post office near Fort William. As I came out, the sun suddenly shone through a large hole in the clouds and lit up Ben Nevis (Scotland's largest mountain). I rushed to get my Fuji 6x17 set up, praying the light would last for a few seconds more, and I got one shot before the hole closed. When I got the processed trannies back I had only one thought: "lucky guy, right time, right place."
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To see more of Donald's work, visit his website: http://www.scottishpanoramic.com
© 2001 Donald Buchanan
Me and My Horse
photograph by Jakob Caspersen
This photo was taken outdoors, with the sun reflecting into the camera. Hope you like it ! :-) Jakob Caspersen (Denmark)
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© 2001 Jakob Caspersen
Photo by Stacey Chambers
In between meetings at a conference in Ronneby, Sweden (about an hour's flight from Stockholm) I roamed around the town and found this church. Right away I knew I had to capture it. I never knew its denomination, but its walls contained mini staircases that went nowhere, missing bricks, and other mysteries, and I was pretty sure I had dreamed about it. It sat high on a hill, and a row of houses of all colors backed up to it. Needless to say, I had a hard time choosing which image to submit.
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c 1999, Stacey Chambers
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Photo by Craig Dahlberg
Fourth graders in California have to do a report on a California mission. Our entire family went including my 4-year-old daughter. She is never very easy to get a photo of because she runs and dances all over. But the tile work on the mission wall caught her attention and she froze temporarily in curiosity. I ran behind her and snapped the shot. I thought hard about the title and wanted one that portrayed an innocent connection between my daughter and the picture on the wall.
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© 2001 Craig Dahlberg
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