updated 5/28/2009 5:45:55 PM ET 2009-05-28T21:45:55

Submitted by Steven Anderson
Sunken boats in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, France.
Submitted by Karen Armstrong
Pelican Island on Lake Chapala, Mexico
Submitted by Michelle Arthur Cabrera
"El Volcan Misti"
Submitted by Anonymous
Beneath the Cross This was taken inside an old Church in the Cataloochee Valley of North Carolina.
Submitted by Lisa Cooper
Lonesome Cove, San Jaun Islands WA
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Caye Caulker, Belize
Submitted by Peter Dec
A bamboo bridge at a park in southern Laos. Looks a bit shaky but seemed very stable.
Submitted by Matt Dougan
Dark Canyon Mist I took this picture of a recent storm over the Grand Canyon. The mood of the Canyon is in constant flux with the changes in the clouds and sunlight. I never get tired of the Grand Ol' Canyon....
Submitted by Kathleen Finch
Lake McDonald Glacier National Park Montana
Submitted by Robert Hassell
Sunrise over Silver City, NM
Submitted by Linda Jensen
Moo moo, I see you
Submitted by Judy Johnson
View of Hore Abbey from Rock of Cashel in Ireland.
Submitted by Anonymous
philippine graffitti
Submitted by Russell McCardle
Peacock photo captured just outside of Mazatlan
Submitted by todd mosley
traveling through mississippi. i saw a beautifil rainbow, stopped the car, and took this pic through a flower pot with my cell phone.
Submitted by Mary Nyman
Horse Shoe Falls, Niagara Falls Canada. Photo is taken from the observation deck of the "Journey Behind The Falls"
Submitted by Fred Pitts
San Francisco from the Oakland loading docks...
Submitted by Marci Ridley
Misty Early Morning on the Madison River - Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Submitted by Eric Shadbegian
While fly fishing with my son Peter I took this photo of a deer near Invergarry in the Highlands of Scotland.
Submitted by Carol Vollmer Pope
Sunset May 25. 2009 Lake Ypacarai, San Bernardino, Paraguay
Submitted by Tiffany Watkins
The "Old Mill" in North Little Rock, Arkansas taken March 2008. The Mill was featured in Gone With the Wind and has been a wonderful place to visit for many many years. Used for family gatherings as well as weddings. We Arkansans have always been fond of the "Old Mill." So there was no way that when I went home for a visit I wasn't going to stop by and see the mill and take pictures.


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