SUPERSTITION
SUPERSTITION

Late afternoon view, approaching Superstition Mountain, East of Phoenix, Arizona. An old Apache tale tells of a hole in these mountains that leads straight down to the underworld, and from which dust storms occasionally emit, completely blanketing the surrounding area.
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MORNING ON THE LAKE
MORNING ON THE LAKE

Sunrise view of 21-mile long Lake Winnipesaukee near Meredith, New Hampshire. The Native American translation of the lake’s name is either “Beautiful Water in a High Place” or “The Smile of the Great Spirit.”
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JORDAN POND
JORDAN POND

Located in Acadia National Park, Maine and formed during the last glacial period, Jordan Pond is bordered to the northeast by two mountains known as “The Bubbles.”
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OTTER CLIFF
OTTER CLIFF

At 110 feet high, Otter Cliff in Acadia National Park, Maine is one of the highest Atlantic coastal headlands north of Rio de Janeiro. In 1604, the French explorer Samuel de Champlain was forced to spend the winter in nearby Otter Cove after his ship was damaged - 16 years before the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock.
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FALL AT THE RESERVOIR
FALL AT THE RESERVOIR

Early morning fall colors at the reservoir in Needham, Massachusetts. The crisp weather created just a hint of fog rising off the water’s surface.
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BONAVENTURE PATH
BONAVENTURE PATH

Path through Bonaventure Cemetery, east of Savannah, Georgia and featured in the novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt.
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ARCH & REFLECTION
ARCH & REFLECTION

Somesville, Maine is a tiny village on Maine’s Mount Desert Island, founded in 1761. This beautiful arched wooden footbridge, constructed over 200 years later, stands next to the original Selectmen’s Building.
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SEDONA FROM ABOVE
SEDONA FROM ABOVE

Sedona's red sandstone formations glow in brilliant orange and red every day at sunrise and sunset, making for a beautiful, mystical setting. The first human presence in the Sedona area is dated at between 11,500 and 9000 B.C.
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BEACH DUNES
BEACH DUNES

Beach dunes and fencing on Ogunquit Beach in Ogunquit, Maine. The Atlantic Ocean is at right, and the Ogunquit River is on the left. Ogunquit, which means "beautiful place by the sea" in the indigenous Abenaki language, was initially part of neighboring Wells, Maine, established in 1641.
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SUPERSTITION
MORNING ON THE LAKE
JORDAN POND
OTTER CLIFF
FALL AT THE RESERVOIR
BONAVENTURE PATH
ARCH & REFLECTION
SEDONA FROM ABOVE
BEACH DUNES
SUPERSTITION

Late afternoon view, approaching Superstition Mountain, East of Phoenix, Arizona. An old Apache tale tells of a hole in these mountains that leads straight down to the underworld, and from which dust storms occasionally emit, completely blanketing the surrounding area.
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MORNING ON THE LAKE

Sunrise view of 21-mile long Lake Winnipesaukee near Meredith, New Hampshire. The Native American translation of the lake’s name is either “Beautiful Water in a High Place” or “The Smile of the Great Spirit.”
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JORDAN POND

Located in Acadia National Park, Maine and formed during the last glacial period, Jordan Pond is bordered to the northeast by two mountains known as “The Bubbles.”
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OTTER CLIFF

At 110 feet high, Otter Cliff in Acadia National Park, Maine is one of the highest Atlantic coastal headlands north of Rio de Janeiro. In 1604, the French explorer Samuel de Champlain was forced to spend the winter in nearby Otter Cove after his ship was damaged - 16 years before the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock.
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FALL AT THE RESERVOIR

Early morning fall colors at the reservoir in Needham, Massachusetts. The crisp weather created just a hint of fog rising off the water’s surface.
Visit Print Store

BONAVENTURE PATH

Path through Bonaventure Cemetery, east of Savannah, Georgia and featured in the novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt.
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ARCH & REFLECTION

Somesville, Maine is a tiny village on Maine’s Mount Desert Island, founded in 1761. This beautiful arched wooden footbridge, constructed over 200 years later, stands next to the original Selectmen’s Building.
Visit Print Store

SEDONA FROM ABOVE

Sedona's red sandstone formations glow in brilliant orange and red every day at sunrise and sunset, making for a beautiful, mystical setting. The first human presence in the Sedona area is dated at between 11,500 and 9000 B.C.
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BEACH DUNES

Beach dunes and fencing on Ogunquit Beach in Ogunquit, Maine. The Atlantic Ocean is at right, and the Ogunquit River is on the left. Ogunquit, which means "beautiful place by the sea" in the indigenous Abenaki language, was initially part of neighboring Wells, Maine, established in 1641.
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