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Bikes Gathered at a Café in Bordeaux, France.

The Reunion

By definition, a reunion is "the state of being united again" or "a gathering of relatives, friends, or peers of an association at regular intervals or after separation". Reunions often happen with families where members come from various places to a selected resort, for instance,...

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Sunset in Montreal, St. Joseph Church, Canada.

Sunset in Montreal

What a difference 10 minutes makes when taking pictures during sunset! We happened to be at the Saint Joseph Church in Montreal, Canada, to show its splendor to a friend that was visiting us. Conveniently, I delayed as much as possible the visit so that we...

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A Forgotten Lilac

Hidden Somewhere…

Almost on time, rushing through the crowded streets for a shooting session, I saw this wonderful lilac in a small garden and partially hidden by a fake white fence. No other bushes, any wild flowers, just grass for company. Strange! Is not it feeling lonely? All...

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Hidden Flower.

Want to Relax?

If you want some relaxation time, just to get away from your daily chores or from problems, go out for a walk with a camera. You do not need to stay long out; 15 to 20 minutes is enough. Why for a walk? Not a strenuous...

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Spiking the Sun. Nikon D7000, f/3.5, ISO 100, 1/500s, Tamron 90mm.

Spiking the Sun

Little moments that reward you so much! Walking down the street, close to home, I found these spiked bulbs protruding from the bushes almost on the walkway. Nothing really interesting but there was the Sun bathing them but coming from my back. Why not combining both?...

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Water in the Park. Nine pictures stitched together. Nikon D7000, ISO 100, f/8.0, 1/320s.

Water in the Park

This Winter was really tough with lots of snow that accumulated and then melted in the beginning of Spring. Normally, the water gets absorbed by the ground but, since we got too much snow, the snow melts faster than it can be absorbed and this...

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