Woodley Park, More adventures underground

Black And White Photography, Photography, Rico Rodriguez

Woodley-Park

A quiet path

Black And White Photography, Charly, Photography

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Boneyard

Black And White Photography, Photography, Steven

Boneyard © Steven Willard

When the electric company diverts part of the Housatonic River, this part of the riverbed is exposed and accessible; you just better pay attention and not get caught when they open the floodgate!

Canon G10 processed in Snapseed.

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Dover Eastern Docks – 27.12.2016

Black And White Photography, Joerg, Photography

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cruisin’

Black And White Photography, Han, Photography

Castle Guide

Black And White Photography, David, Photography

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This fine gentleman was a guide at Schwerin Castle in Germany. He didn’t guide us but was waiting to go on duty. I just happened to pass by while he stood there. Obviously used to tourists taking pictures.

Hasselblad 203FE
Hasselblad  40mm f/4.0 CFE FLE
Film: Ilford XP2 shop developed
Scan: Epson V700 dust and all

Pre-Game

Black And White Photography, Laurie, Photography

Two hours ’til game time and the crowd is starting to fill the stands

A loving couple

Andre, Black And White Photography, Photography

A loving couple during their mating season in mid winter.

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Northern Ireland – Causeway Coastal Route – Dark Hedges #3

Black And White Photography, Dan, Photography

Dark Hedges

I’m A Jerk

Black And White Photography, Emilio, Photography

Lower Antelope Canyon
Page AZ

OK, all right. I admit it. I can be a jerk at times. Before we were married, Lynn wanted to surprise me with a trip to Antelope Canyon and Monument Valley. That’s a drive of 285 miles one way. When we drove into the parking lot, I had a mini meltdown and refused to go on the tour because there were about 25 or 30 other people waiting in line before us and I hate crowds. I thought we were going to explore the canyon alone, I guess. (I’ll take a break here so you can all laugh.)

Well, do NOT make the same mistake I almost made. Lynn coaxed and coddled till I relented. And it was one of the most exhilarating, exciting natural wonders of the southwest United States I’ve ever seen, rivaled only by Monument Valley, the Grand Canyon, and Arches National Park. And maybe one or two others.

Don’t all you men wish you had a woman like mine? Who’ll put up with your shenanigans? And don’t all you women believe that all we men are still just 13-year-old brats who have to always have our way? And throw tantrums if we can’t?

To this day, I have no idea why Lynn decided to marry me. Maybe she felt sorry for me and thought she could change me? I know she’s still trying.