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SAR Art Gallery Submission

“Yea, I climbed it!” – Cerro Toco in the Atacama Desert in Chile. Photo taken with my cell phone from the deck of the Explora resort in San Pedro de Atacama. We summited the 18,386 ft peak of the volcano the next day, Jan 27 2020.!
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“Mentor” – This majestic giant poplar tree, standing tall beside the smaller tree upon which the sunlight has illuminated, reminded me of a great mentor. Taken with my cell phone on a lovely walk in the woods- the Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest in remote western NC. This stand of never-logged giants is home to the tallest trees east of the Mississippi River.
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“Soar” – Words not needed, just enjoy. Taken with my cell phone (by now you’ve guessed it-) Blue Mountain Beach FL, this time midday July 20,2019.
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“Hopeful” – I loved the juxtaposition of the happy (albeit empty) beach chairs with the ominous clouds approaching. You always have to have hope! Taken with my cell phone, August 5, 2018 at Blue Mountain Beach on the Gulf Coast of FL.
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“Early Morning Hunt” – Look carefully and you can see the heron waiting patiently for breakfast at sunrise. Taken with my cell phone, December 31, 2018 at 6:13 am at Blue Mountain Beach on the Gulf Coast of FL.
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“COVID Collage NOLA” – Check out this surreal walk through NOLA in the throes of COVID, midday July 25, 2020
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“Polar Bear – Just Chillin'” – Male polar bear relaxing among the willows on a chilly morning in Churchill, Manitoba; “Preppy Tulip” – Pink and green tulip photographed in Spring 2021; “Unbreakable Bond” – Camel herder and camel photographed at sunset in the Thar Desert of India
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Allow yourself to imagine . . A collage of incidental look-alikes
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“Seven Sisters” – The Pleiades, also known as the Seven Sisters is a nearby open star cluster visible with the naked eye in the constellation Taurus. Taken with a Canon DSLR and 200 mm lens on an unguided tracking mount, 43 one minute exposures were stacked to show the surrounding reflection nebula. , “Full Moon” – This is a high resolution mosaic created using a video camera and a small telescope. For each region, the best video frames were stacked and combined/edited in adobe photoshop
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