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7 files, last one added on May 30, 2007

Gatlinberg - Tennessee


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5 files, last one added on Jul 15, 2004

Micro Photography


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5 files, last one added on Jul 25, 2004

Helen - Georgia


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4 files, last one added on Jul 25, 2004

Atlanta's Zoo


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15 files, last one added on Jul 27, 2007

Biltmore Estate - North Carolina


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Biltmore Estate

11 files, last one added on Jun 30, 2007

Bird Photographs


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8 files, last one added on May 23, 2007

Pike Place Market - Seattle, Washington


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8 files, last one added on Jun 09, 2007

West Coast - Oregon and Seattle


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11 files, last one added on Jun 12, 2007

Portland Saturday Market - Oregon


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15 files, last one added on Jun 16, 2007

Seattle, Washington 2007


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14 files, last one added on Jun 24, 2007

Multnomah Falls Near Columbia River, Oregon


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10 files, last one added on Jun 09, 2007

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HWY 101 - Oregon Coast140 viewsBegin in Astoria, where Hwy. 30 connects with Hwy. 101 in Oregon's northwest corner. Here, you can tour the coast's richest display of historic attractions, including the Columbia River Maritime Museum. Continuing on Hwy. 101, you'll reach the community of Warrenton and Fort Stevens. From there, Old Hwy. 101 brings you to the Fort Clatsop National Memorial, where the Lewis & Clark Expedition wintered in 1805-06
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105 viewsAtlanta is a young city, even by American standards. New Orleans, Charleston, Cincinnati and Chattanooga were all thriving cities before Atlanta was even a settlement. Atlanta is a bright, brash, aggressive town; tempered by fire, its rough edges smoothed by time and dashing with southern charm. Despite its relative youth, Atlanta has a proud and unique heritage and a past well worth preserving.
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A couple dancing sclupture in one of the historic stores in Helen, Georgia146 viewsHelen is famous for festivals and special events include a hot air balloon race, Winefest, Volksmarch, Oktoberfest and Christmas parades, Fourth of July fireworks, and Bavarian Nights of Summer. From mid-September through October, Helen hosts the longest Oktoberfest in the South. Alpenfest offers entertainment for visitors during the Holiday season from Thanksgiving through December.
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102 viewsEarly settlers in the Atlanta area were farmers and craftsmen from Virginia, the Carolinas and the mountains of North Georgia. They obtained their land by lottery disbursement and were, for the most part, deeply religious, hard-working, small landholders. They owned few slaves and lived in harmony with their Indian neighbors. They established churches and schools, traveled to Decatur for “store-bought” goods and marketed their cotton in Macon
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Three Arch Rocks105 viewsAbove Oceanside is another stunning discovery that’s not very well known. At the very top of town sits a gravel patch the locals don’t want you to know about. From here, you can actually look down on the famous Three Arch Rocks. It is the single most expensive chunk of real estate in all of Tillamook County.
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328 viewsIn 1982 The SkyLine level was added to the tower at the 100 feet (33 m) level. The original plans for the Space Needle included a structure at this level, but it was not added until 20 years later. Today, the SkyLine Banquet Facility can host groups from 20-360 people. In 1974, author Stephen Cosgrove's children's book Wheedle on the Needle postulated a furry creature called a Wheedle who lived on top of the Space Needle and caused its light to flash.
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Trains in Portland Saturday Market108 viewsThe market is accessible by foot, bicycle, and TriMet's MAX Light Rail line which stops within the market at the Skidmore Fountain stop beside Skidmore Fountain.