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Picture a giant mirrored jelly bean that you can walk under!  Check it out in Chicago, it´s called Cloud GatePicture a giant mirrored jelly bean that you can walk under!  Check it out in Chicago, it´s called Cloud GatePicture a giant mirrored jelly bean that you can walk under!  Check it out in Chicago, it´s called Cloud GatePicture a giant mirrored jelly bean that you can walk under!  Check it out in Chicago, it´s called Cloud GatePicture a giant mirrored jelly bean that you can walk under!  Check it out in Chicago, it´s called Cloud GatePicture a giant mirrored jelly bean that you can walk under!  Check it out in Chicago, it´s called Cloud Gate
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Mexican Balcony :: Oaxaca de Juarez, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Mexican Balcony
Frida Kahlo´s Casa Azul 06 :: Mexico City, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul 06
Presley Family Gravesite :: Graceland, Tennessee :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Presley Family Gravesite
Walk Through Arlington :: Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Walk Through Arlington  I love the contrast of the black jacket with the golden light streaming in the sides.  To me it represents the beauty of a memorial: It shows that many died in an event, but the life you lead now is better in some way because of it.
San Francisco De Asis 5 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
San Francisco De Asis 5  I found this picturesque scene in the outside patio of the San Francisco de Asis Cathedral.  I really like how the wall in the background looks like it was painted around the plant.  The two hues give some movement to an otherwise purely intense background.
Overturned :: Cape May, New Jersey :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Overturned
Crash & Burn Casualty :: Fort Lauderdale, Florida :: © 2003 Patrick Esmonde
Crash & Burn Casualty  This helmet was found in the grass after my brother took a pretty hard fall during a race.  Incidentally, there was a large amount of mud where he fell and this is the result.  It might sound strange, but the grass was too green, so I desaturated it and just left the mud.  You still can see, however, the reflection of the grass on the shiny surface.

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