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So, I am back from Ottawa. It was rainy, yet GORGEOUS at the same time. Despite my quasi-New England location, Ive never seen leaves change like this.

+4 )
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La Fortuna Falls

(probably my weakest set of photos, and from such a pretty place!!!!)

+3 )
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Arenal Hanging Bridges, Costa Rica
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Trailhead, outside Santa Elena, Costa Rica

Lake Arenal, Costa Rica
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(the white puffy things are more clouds, not smoke)

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Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Costa Rica

I am back!
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More Tanzania - I was sorting through all of the photos on my hard drive last night, and it was as if I had never seen some of these photos before. I was just so disappointed (and sick!!) right after I came back, I skipped over a lot of these.
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everyone loves giraffes!

I could have an entire gallery of giraffe pictures in my photography portfolio. I couldn't get enough of the critters, and they were everywhere!


Feb. 20th, 2005 07:35 pm
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2000, scanned from film.

(yes, that's right, still working on digitizing a bunch of my old photos.)

My Turn

Feb. 20th, 2005 05:34 pm
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The Gates

Let's be honest here. They're nothing but big orange flags.

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Rural China, outside of Beijing



Jan. 25th, 2005 09:27 pm
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Old photos. I waa so disappointed in how so many of my photos from Tanzania came out. But on second look, there were a couple that I thought were actully not as bad as I first thought.

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Jan. 21st, 2005 01:01 am
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Apologies on the width of this one. I've been cleaning, and I ran across a folder full of photos that I specifically had saved out of various albums for framing, or for a portfolio. They're all older photos, and most of them I would not consider to be my best work anymore. But I have always liked this photo.

Mu Gwe Yin's home (spelling from my travel journal - not sure if I got that from someone, or just wrote it out phoenetically)
about an hour or so outside of Beijing

Mu Gwe In (possible misspelling) was a famous warrior woman a la Mulan. Her house was high on a ridge, overlooking a valley. We had to walk up 787 hewn stone steps to get there (very hard work, I thought I was going to die). Her home would have been totally defendable. The photo is of one of the lookout huts that were a part of her estate.
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California - the only sunny day the ENTIRE TIME I WAS THERE
This is alevy.

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