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Shark Alert – Blacktip Reef Sharks Seen at Baltimore Maryland Inner Harbor

Just in time for Shark Week, the National Aquarium in Baltimore has unveiled its spectacular new 13,500 square foot, 260,000-Gallon Coral Reef Ecosystem featuring Blacktip Reef Sharks, 700 Marine Animals, 3,000 Pieces of Coral ...
by John Soule
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National Aquarium’s Marine Animal Rescue Program – Dolphin Count 2013

Annual dolphin counts help marine mammal specialists capture a snapshot look at dolphin populations, reproduction rates and ocean health. Looking at the population numbers over the years can help to determine the health of the ...
by John Soule
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Expert Shield Screen Protector for DSLRs – A Quick Look

  When one thinks of LCD screen protectors, or shields, what comes to mind are those custom pieces of film designed to fit a smartphone or tablet.  However, one of the companies that produces these protectors, Expert Shi...
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Washington D.C. – One Million Bones at Mass Grave

  As the sun rose over the Nation’s Capitol on the morning of June 9, 2013, the National Mall appeared to be the site of a mass grave. Over one million bones had been scattered throughout the grass between the Capitol an...
by John Soule
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Preakness Celebration Hot Air Balloon Festival 2013

  The Preakness Celebration Hot Air Balloon Festival, tagged ‘the sky’s the limit with Turf Valley’ was held in May in Ellicott City Maryland, just outside of Baltimore in Maryland.  The event is part of...
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Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race 2013 – packed with excitement and surprises!

  The Kinetic Sculpture Race (KSR) is a unique national competition where the results really do not matter. But kitsch, imagination, and absurdity do. It is not about the fastest – it is about flair and it is about w...
by John Soule
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Photographing Northern Italy – Tips and Techniques

  Traveling in Europe can be very exciting for the tourist but can also pose a challenge for the photographer – especially Northern Italy. There has been much written for those who travel throughout Europe, includi...
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17th Annual Polar Bear Plunge Raises Over $2 Million for Special Olympics

During the winter, many of us who live in the colder parts of the United States often dream of heading to a beach where the sand is warm, a gentle breeze is blowing and refreshing waters are nearby.  But for some, a beach trip...
by John Soule
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Quick Tip – The Circular Polarizing (CP) Filter

The Circular Polarizing (CP) filter is a simple tool that should be in every photographer’s bag. And, if you are a serious amateur photographer, or pro, you most likely have one in your bag already. This unique filter atta...
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