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Panorama-Mania

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I shot the photo above at the final regular 2013 season meeting between the Washington Nationals and the Atlanta Braves game in D.C. last night. It is a panorama shot with Canon PowerShot from the first row of Section 203 at Nationals Park. I have been taking a lot of panoramas lately and have been having a good time doing so! Please see more text and panoramas below. (To see each of these photos in their true wide panorama form, please click on each image.) Read More

Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways in Fredericksburg, Va.

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I had the pleasure of taking guide photos in Fredericksburg, Va., recently. When I am photographing a city, town, or neighborhood I do a lot of walking, miles of walking in fact, so I can see every conceivable view and angle of the area’s notable features. I may shoot wide and tight, low and high and keep going until I get the most compelling perspective. I don’t just take a photo two ways, I may approach a shot 5-6 ways. Please see second photo and additional text below. Read More

My Office Window #1

paine window office

Shortly after I started working from home, I began to look at my office window in ways I never had: the way the light went thru the patterns on the curtain and how dynamic the colors in the background were. So, like any other self respecting photographer would do, I started taking pictures.

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Weekly Photo Challenge : Foreshadow Warming Up at PNC Park

PNC Park Before the Game Rob Paine

PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, is one of the best stadiums to watch a baseball game in. Last summer I finally got to a game at PNC and had a blast.

We got to the park early so we would have some time to explore.  Seeing the manner in which the Pittsburgh skyline pops out of center field would make you think the city was built around the stadium, not the other way around. Read More

Literacy Live!

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Literacy Live!

The mission of the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia is to teach adults the basic skills of reading, writing, speaking, and understanding English in order to empower them to participate more fully and confidently in their communities.

David Bornstein

Solutions Journalism

Epic Shutter Blog

Freelance Outer Banks Documentary Photographer, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Avon, North Carolina

Chronicles of Wonder

Beauty Through Untrained Eyes

Sagittarius Viking

Mindful exploring, through the eyes of a viking daughter.

Southern By Design

Flip Flops, Beach Hair & Life Is Good

Arcane

Magazine WordPress Theme

Enjoying the Wilds

Sharing my Passion for the Outdoors and my Love of Photography

Whisht Lads

Travel, Cooking, Photography & Sound

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