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15 Great Back To School Pictures

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If you have kids, you might already be in the swing of school or are starting soon. Back to a ‘normal’ schedule and no longer sleeping in on school days. Have a safe and fun year! Here are 15 great school photos.

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Photography by Irene Burdell

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Irene Burdell has only being doing serious photography for a few years now. She decided to take it up after realizing she needed to do something new to appreciate life a bit more. She shoots with a Canon EOS 400D and enjoys taking pictures of architecture the most.

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12 Perfect Lake Powell Pictures

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I’m spending this week at Lake Powell, Utah with some friends and family. It is truly an amazing area. Beautiful landscapes and canyons, warm water and weather, and a great place to just relax. It’s one of my favorite vacation spots.

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19 Interesting Scrabble Pictures

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“It’s one of the easiest games to learn how to play. If you’re not into games, forget about Scrabble. But if you want a social game – no matter how bad you are, you’re always good enough to play. There’s mingling, you always play different people, and it’s extremely good for thinking.” ~Evan Cohen

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14 Cool Antelope Canyon Pictures

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Antelope Canyon is located near Page, Arizona and is a popular place for photographers. It’s a unique slot canyon, which means it’s narrow and was formed through water erosion. At Antelope Canyon, this narrowness has created incredible beauty, with sleek curves and striking beams of light.

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15 Great Hummingbird Pictures

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The hummingbird is one of the most interesting and beautiful birds. They are difficult to photograph being that they are small, quick, and can beat their wings around 50 times a second. Here are a few great hummingbird pictures that some photographers were able to take.

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Death Trap Photography – Maite Josefa Horta

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As a photographer, it’s essential to work on unique projects to define your own portfolio. You can put together set of pictures depicting a storyline, theme, or something that depicts an interest in your life to help your audience understand the way you see life through your camera. Some photographers really know how to portray the feeling and style they are aiming for.

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