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BirderMadeleine

Landscape and Scenery photographs!

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When I'm not photographing birds, I love to photograph landscapes, flowers, and scenery. To capture magical moments in nature is such a rewarding feeling to me! Please share your flower, landscape, and scenery pictures with us!

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My daughter graduated from UVirgina Law School this last weekend and this was the place where we held her grad dinner. These are both panorama's with 2 pictures in the first and 4 picture's in the 2nd. This is Keswick Hall just outside of Charlottesville, VA.

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Wow, spyonabird. NYC is pretty!

I was at that exact spot in the Appalachians last October. I'll upload a photo when I can. I do not have any on my sister's laptop.

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Taken in Yorktown, Va  with a Canon PowerShot SD550.  One of the best pictures I've taken by mistake.

 

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Lake of the Clouds.....Porcupine Mountains, western Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

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Beautiful shots, everyone!! Here's a sunrise shot taken last year from my balcony (So CA)

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Your photos are all eye-candy.

This is Terra Nova, Ontario, Canada in October.

Taken with my old point-and-shoot.

 

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Keeping with a bird theme - this is Goosenecks State Park in Utah:

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Colorado River near Moab, UT

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Sunrise on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Man, it rises fast!

 

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Sunset at Lake Washington Park, Melbourne, FL...   Just before dark hundreds of tree swallows flew in from off the water.  You can see some birds in the pictures.

 

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Those are gorgeous sunset/sunrise shots, Harpo and Liam! I love sunrises and sunsets, they make for such beautiful photographs. Here's some more photos, I have some flower shots to post too.

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Nice moon, photo.

Those photos I posted are Sunrise. Much more refreshing in my opinion. Wink

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