Paul writes: "I took this photo last fall in a foggy afternoon in the VanDusen Botanical Gardens in Vancouver. I used a Canon G6, and I converted it to black and white with Adobe Photoshop Elements."
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Jerry took this photo aboard a yacht in the harbor just outside Valdez, Alaska, about an hour after dawn.
Lester shot this photo while traveling the Everglades, along the Anhinga Trail. He used a Canon EOS Rebel T1i with his lens set to about 150mm.
Volodymyr says that he took this picture at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, in Queens, New York. He used a Canon Power Shot S3 IS.
Patricia writes: "My brother and I were in my car, awaiting the arrival of a ferry in Nanaimo, British Columbia. I glanced out the window and saw this motorcyclist's hand. I thought that the shining silver of the bike and the jewelry were an interesting composition."
Nancy writes: "While visiting my parents in Washington state, I was intrigued, on a morning walk, by the backlit roses in my mother's garden. I shot this with a Kodak Z740."
Chris writes: "This is a photo of the now boarded-up Los Angeles Theater. I shot it in broad daylight and then enhanced it to look like nighttime in Photoshop."
Hasan says that he captured this "very different view of the Eiffel Tower" with his Canon 5D and a 70mm lens.
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