Friday, July 04, 2008

Happy 4th of July!!!

Whatever else you feel like saying about America, it's still a pretty amazing place to live.

Happy Independence Day!


1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 16, 17, 18 and 23. Larry Malvin Photography
3 and 12. Smithsonian
6 and 13. EJ Peiker
8. National Geographic
10. Triangle Running Group
11. K Richard Douglas
14. Dennis Chamberlain
15, 20, 21 and 22. Tom Dempsey/Photoseek
19. Smlpx?


Clarity said...

Beautiful landscape. I wanted to buy the National Geographic Book of Photographs but never got around to it.

trashalou said...

Those shots really are beautiful! It is good to see the beautiful things about your country, huh. Happy Fourth!

Liz said...

Happy Independance Day to you too. I hope you get to see some fireworks.

Barbara said...

Great post... where is #9 from? that looks amazing.

muralimanohar said...

Liz-Not much chance of that in Australia, lol.

Barbara-It's called The Wave, and here's the blurb from the photographer's site:

The Wave is located in a remote section of Northern Arizona called Coyote Buttes, located in the Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness area straddling the Utah-Arizona border. The wilderness area is about 35 minutes west of Page, Arizona and the Coyote Buttes North Unit, where the Wave is located, is accessible by permit only from the Bureau of Land Management.

You should look at his page; he has a bunch more amazing photos from there, too.

fuji said...

I took the beach picture (No.11) on Oahu. It was taken at a state park during September. The island is called 'china-man's hat'. While Oahu is not the most picturesque of the islands, it has several locations along the beach and inland that are spectacular. has only a few images currently, but will feature many more in the future.

K Richard Douglas

muralimanohar said...

Fuji-Thank you for visiting!! I LOVE that picture of Chinaman's Hat..I found it through google, trying to find pics that epitomized warm tropics, lol. I wish I had seen the rest of your site before, though..I had been SEARCHING for a decent pic of the red rocks of Sedona, and you have them!

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