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Capturing pictures of nature is a very popular and enjoyable type of photography and it is frequently the starting point for a life of photographic adventures. Although most of us have heard that "practice makes perfect" it also helps to learn some tips along the way from those who have been there before us to help guide our path. Read the "12 Tips To Capture Stunning Photos from The Photo Ambition or by clicking the image below
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Shared by Heather Cox Richardson from Letters from an American with this note:

Tonight's image comes from Peter Ralston, again. It's called "Holding Ground," and in case the boat at anchor in the rough water makes people worry, here's what Peter says about it:

“The title refers to those places where the bottom is good, where one’s boat will be safe and where the anchor or mooring will not drag,” and where, in the middle of a three-day storm, “you hope that all of the attention you’ve paid to your ground tackle will reward you with a boat still there in the morning.”

“A perfect sentiment for America in December 2020.”

Cueva de las Manos (Spanish for Cave of Hands) Located in the Valley of the Pinturas River, province of Santa CruzArgentina, The art in the cave dates from 13,000 to 9,000 years ago. Bone-made pipes were used for spraying the paint on the wall of the cave to create silhouettes of hands. Read more  --   See more images and learn more 

Leque Island is located between the city of Stanwood and Camano Island, WA. The area is going through a process of restoration. Water from Skagit and Port Susan bays and the Stillaguamish River flowed into Leque Island for the first time in 100 years on Oct. 14, 2019 - opening 250 acres to the tide, young salmon and crab.The natural marsh vegetation will slowly return to tidal marshland as it reseeds with natural vegetation. Learn more about the Restoration Project 

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