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7 files, last one added on May 29, 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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Multnomah Falls117 viewsMultnomah Falls is the second highest year-round waterfall in the nation. The water of the Falls drops 620 feet from its origin on Larch Mountain
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Biltmore Estate Dining190 viewsThere is never a need to go hungry at the Biltmore Estate. It provides a variety of choices in light and casual snacks and treats from quick bites in places such as the bake shop, the ice cream parlor, the creamery, the conservatory café, and food and beverage carts. It also makes available the elegance of fine dining in the Bistro, the Deerpark Restaurant, and The Dining Room at the Inn at Biltmore Estate. The chefs at Biltmore are able to utilize the bounty of products grown at Biltmore
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106 viewsThey don’t call the place Hotlanta for nothing - Atlanta, Georgia is not only home to Fox Network and the famous record label SO SO Def, but it is also home to some phenomenal companies that are industry leaders
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322 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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Momo112 viewsShe was only a couple months old in this photo
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Gatlinburg River412 viewsSurrounded by what has long been the most visited National Park in America, Gatlinburg evokes fond memories in the minds of millions of readers, and there's always plenty to write about
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Bird Photographs140 viewsBird Photographs
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The Georgia Aquarium, located in Atlanta, Georgia at Pemberton Place154 viewsThe world's largest aquarium with more than 8 million US gallons, See Beluga whales at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. The aquarium's notable specimens include young whale sharks (Norton, Alice, and Trixie) and four beluga whales (Nico, Natasha, Marina, and Maris). Funded mostly by a $250 million donation from Home Depot founder Bernie Marcus, the aquarium was built on a 20 acre site north of Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta.
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the Portland Saturday Market111 viewsAll items sold at the Saturday Market are required to be handmade by the person selling it, and a committee of members judge each new item against a minimum standard of quality.
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Flower Shop161 viewsThe Pike Place Market is also a building, the arcade (1907) which is the original Main Market, and an Historic District. Extant buildings are the arcade, the Outlook Hotel and Triangle Market (1908), Sanitary Market (1910), extended arcade (1911), Corner Market building (1912), Fairley Building (1914), and Economy Market (c. 1914–17, nee Bartell Building, 1900).