Reader Photos Roundup – March 6, 2011

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It’s time for our weekly break from the gear for a few minutes so we can enjoy another round of reader photos from the Photography Bay Flickr Group.

Check out the rest of the photos below.

A beautiful spot to remember.

The Great Gig in the Sky

Untitled

macro ?

Blowin' in the Wind

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The eye of the horse

02-17-11 NY Downtown at Night 10

Storm Approaching Valley Oak

Egret Flying

The Bride by Jim Brandano

musical raindrops-gotas musicales

b-113594

NK1_9506

Wesleyville Tree

Marine Drive at Night - " The Queens Necklace"

enjoy the breeze..

Light paint

055/365 - West of the Mississippi

Sunning Turtle

RAP_4543

Satan's Blood

Amherst Island 2

Feb26- happysmokeface

wise

Saalbach Austria

Bored I

Male House Sparrow

Blue Light

Venice Carnival. Free pictures for your blog or website.

Between places

skrot II

Seymour

Open and Shut

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059/365 - ... as tears spilled.

San Antonio Tx

Doorway

3 Drops 1

Blustery Day

Backyard at Sunset

7B5O4217

Cooking

Storm Brewing

Snowbound

More-10

off to africa

keyboards

Taxi! Mumbai Style....

urban coral

Gonna Have Myself A Time

060/365 - Animo Fractus

Ash tree

20110302 Blue-faced Honeyeater in profile

My Totally Hot Wife

Loose wheel

DSC_1436

Snow queen_2.0

Come Here

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clare-4

White tshirt

Common Redpoll 4

Kleinmond

Colorful slide

yet another sunset

Ginessa

You can mouse over any photo for title and photographer names. Additionally, clicking on the photos will take you to its Flickr page where you can read more about the shot, leave a compliment or connect with the photographer.

As always, thanks for being a part of Photography Bay and sharing your work with the rest of us.

If you missed out on this round of reader photos, feel free to join in on the fun and add your photos to the Photography Bay Flickr Group and maybe we’ll get you next time.

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Comments

  1. Gordon Maxwell says

    It is always a pleasure to view all of the selections, great variety of work and look forward to every weeks selections. I feel honored that some of my work has been chosen.