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Scone Palace ~ the Chapel by The Unexplored
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on the Boot Hill, or Moot Hill, take your pick. The latter appears most popular. There are at least three ways in which Scone can be pronounced. The first, for the palace and ancient capital of Scotland is like skoon, and rhymes with spoon or Brigadoon. The second is like skawn, rhyming with gone or fawn. Such Scones are edible. The third is like skown, rhyming with stone or grown. Such a thing does not exist, except on the tongues of posh Sassenachs. The stone of Scone is of course the coronation stone, lia fail, stone of destiny, etc. Whereas the scone of stone is to be avoided at all cost, lest ye seek a new set of dentures. Single shot tonemapped in Photomatix with additional processing in Lightroom, Color Efex Pro and Photoshop.

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Victorian House by Robert Magina
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Taken in Beaufort, South Carolina and processed with Photomatix Pro

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Good Morning from Scotland 

Tigh na Mara at Dawn by The Unexplored
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Holiday cottages beautifully located by the sea near Tarbert on the Isle of Harris, with seals and otters seen swimming a few yards from the front door. It was a frosty morning and the light was strong. 3 shot HDR processed in Lightroom, Photomatix and Photoshop. Again, our thanks to our friend Penny for a wonderful weekend there!

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Cathedral, Covington, Kentucky - Swooping View by William McLaughlin

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Balboa Park - San Diego, California by Michael Seljos
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This is a stitched photo with two photos taken one above the other.

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Fall colors at Alpe Devero by Roberto Pagani

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Balboa Park - San Diego, California by Michael Seljos
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The sun is almost gone and the lights have been turned on. I was facing west when taking this photo.

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Bayble Gate by The Unexplored

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Belem Tower At Sunrise - (HDR Lisbon, Portugal) por Elia Locardi

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Autumn Road by Kenneth Spencer
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An Autumn afternoon down a street in Morris Illinois. Three exposure HDR processed with Photomatix