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Photo Essay: The sights of summer in the South Special

Nashville - For many, summer is a time for adventure and enjoying natures beauty, whether it's hiking, spending time at the lake, visiting a botanical garden or attending a county fair.

Photo Essay: Wall of Healing offers reconciliation, reflection Special

Nashville - The Vietnam Veterans Memorial “Wall That Heals” offered both visitors and citizens of Middle Tennessee an opportunity to learn, remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country during the Vietnam War.

Photo Essay: The Beauty of Colorado’s Front Range Special

Monument - The term “Front Range” indicates a specific range of the Rocky Mountains, however, in common usage it applies to the surrounding area and its varied terrain. The area’s elevation ranges from around 6000 feet above sea level to over 14,000 feet.

Digital Journal announces winners of Global Photo Essay contest

Digital Journal is pleased to announce the winners of its Photo Essay contest, which ran from Aug. 1 to Sept. 16, 2013. Find out how these Digital Journalists showcased their photojournalism skills in a contest themed for "Fun, Adventure and Discovery."

Photo Essay: Autumn in Alberta Special

Alberta in the autumn is a wonderful time to enjoy the splendour of the outdoors. Sunny warm days and frosty nights are both relaxing and invigorating.

Photo Essay: Summer buzz gives way to sticky insects Special

Coram - Fall is knocking on the door in NW Montana and winter will swiftly follow. In the final lazy days of summer, these insects are living out their final hours.

Photo Essay of Eastern Europe Special

Travelling to Eastern Europe this summer was a delight, a mystery, an adventure, and above all provided a real world view of a country less well known than others, with a very rich cultural history.

Photo Essay: Around the farm Special

Agriculture possibly started roughly 10,000 years ago in what is now known as Iraq, based on evidence left behind such as animal bones and stone tools. Agriculture allowed human populations to increase dramatically from those of hunter gatherers.

Digital Journal announces 'Fun, Adventure and Discovery' photo contest

Digital Journalists have a chance to win cash prizes in a new photo contest running throughout August and early September. The Photo Essay Contest invites Digital Journalists to publish photo essays relating to "Adventure, Fun & Discovery."

Photo Essay: Mythical Athens in Spring Special

Athens - Amid the media bombardment broadcasting images of anarchy, destruction and tear-gas, Athens is actually a city of beauty, magic and inspiration.

Photo Essay: Amsterdam, tapestry of old and new architecture Special

Amsterdam - Unlike Hongkong, Montreal and a few other cities, Amsterdam does not have an internationally known and recognized skyline. Instead, the Dutch capital is more like a tapestry where sometimes the architecture is very modern, then again charmingly old.

Op-Ed: Nature versus stone — Break on through to the other side

While I'm aware that today's world can no longer function without the infrastructure made of concrete, stone, metal - there's always a tiny leap of joy that makes me reach for the camera when I see nature breaking through stone -- against all odds.

Photo Essay: Spring in the Dutch countryside, storks and all Special

With Amsterdam much in the news lately due to the coronation, or at times due to its coffee-shops or prostitutes, other parts of the Netherlands are lesser known; if not to say under-reported. Here's a look at the Dutch countryside during springtime.

Photo Essay: Spring comes to the UK Special

Spring took its sweet time this year with temperatures being well below average during much of March and April, but finally there are signs that warmer weather is coming to the UK as the bulbs first planted in Autumn have started to come into bloom.

Walking through history: The many incarnations of ancient Aptera Special

A lesser known archeology site on the island of Crete is Ancient Aptera, a town with a long history. The site features a Greek theater and temples, Roman cisterns and bathhouses, a Turkish castle and a Christian monastery: Cretan history all in one place.

Op-Ed: Photo Essay: Thin Blue Line 2013 - charity ride season is here Special

Charlotte - The Thin Blue Ride Line ride, running from from Cox Harley-Davidson in Rock Hill, SC to Harley-Davidson of Charlotte, NC, starts off my season of great rides and stands out as my favorite for many good reasons.

Photo Essay: Steeped in history, downtown Franklin is visual joy Special

Franklin - The city of Franklin is rich in history, nature, eclectic store fronts and entertainment, with Historic Downtown Franklin being its centerpiece. The aesthetic beauty of the buildings and surroundings makes it a visual joy for photographers and tourists.

Photo Essay: The environmental art of Timo Jokela

Reykjav - Photos of Finland's environmental artist Timo Jokela's snow installations and ice sculptures not only highlight the incredible talent of Jokela, but the beauty of the Scandinavian countryside as well.

Photo Essay: Saturday morning snow blanket Special

Nashville - Nashvillians have been waiting all winter for a measurable snowfall, and on Saturday they awoke to their first substantial winter wonderland of the season.

Southeast United States battered by severe storms Special

Severe weather ripped through much of the south eastern United States on Wednesday, killing two people and leaving a path of destruction that stretches hundreds of miles.

Photo Essay: Winter Storm Khan visits Tennessee Special

Crossville - Tennessee is infamous for its fickle winter weather, going from frigid temperatures and conditions to nearly spring like days perfect for a hike or picnic. This winter has been no exception.

Even a hike in January can provide a scenic view of Tennessee Special

Tennessee is ripe with beautiful lakes, streams, rivers and natural areas perfect for a weekend hike, with perhaps some of the best lying half way between Nashville and Knoxville.

Digital Journal announces winners in global Photo Essay contest

Digital Journal today announced the winners of its global Photo Essay contest. With submissions from Nigeria to Vancouver, Australia to Michigan, Digital Journalists captured stunning portraits of life in all corners of the world.

Op-Ed: Photo Essay — Fun, frolic and friends at Centennial Dog Park Special

Nashville - To paraphrase Cyndi Lauper, dogs just want to have fun, and there is no better place for pooches to have a great time than a nice dog park.

Photo Essay: Wildlife of the Canadian Rockies Special

Calgary - Living in Calgary, Alberta Canada gives one a new appreciation of nature and wildlife. There are many places for locals, visitors, photography enthusiasts, and professionals to take photos of wildlife in this visually rich spectacular region of Canada.

Photo Essay: NYC's Times Square, a New Year's Eve favorite Special

New York - Times Square, one of the most visited sections of New York City, has an interesting history. It is also a popular destination on New Year's Eve for many, whether in person or watching on television.

Photo Essay: Short but sweet, Nashville gets 1st snow of season Special

Nashville - Although much of the lower 48 states in the US has been blanketed with snow for the past several days, Nashville finally received it's first snowfall of the season.

Photo Essay: Winter wildlife of Long Hunter State Park Special

Nashville - Winter may be upon us, but just as we have to venture out into the cold crisp morning air, wildlife have to adjust to the changing weather as well.

Photo Essay: Christmas at George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate Special

Mount Vernon - Over the past several weeks things have gotten festive at Mount Vernon, George Washington's Estate, Museum & Gardens. The historic property is decorated for Christmas as visitors experience a taste of 18th century holiday celebrating.

Photo Essay: Everyday items can hold a beauty of their own Special

Nashville - The sights and sounds of the urban city can differ greatly from those of a more rural environment. While one area may be more pastoral and peaceful, scenes found in any of environment can hold a certain beauty.
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Deer rests in the grass at Kananaskis Village  Kananaskis Country  Alberta.
Deer rests in the grass at Kananaskis Village, Kananaskis Country, Alberta.
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Ice drapes power lines in Crossville  TN
Ice drapes power lines in Crossville, TN
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Squirrel in a tree eating food at Kananaskis Village  Kananaskis Country  Alberta.
Squirrel in a tree eating food at Kananaskis Village, Kananaskis Country, Alberta.
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A tiger rests at the Calgary Zoo on a hot summer day.
A tiger rests at the Calgary Zoo on a hot summer day.
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A sheet of ice forms on the hood of a truck in the parking lot of a hotel in Crossville  TN.
A sheet of ice forms on the hood of a truck in the parking lot of a hotel in Crossville, TN.
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Two birds sitting on a wire fence at the Calgary Zoo early one morning.
Two birds sitting on a wire fence at the Calgary Zoo early one morning.
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Two Canada Geese are engaged in an altercation on the frozen Bow River  Inglewood Bird Sanctuary  Ca...
Two Canada Geese are engaged in an altercation on the frozen Bow River, Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, Calgary, Alberta.
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An eagle called Spirit at the live Birds of Prey exhibit  Festival of Eagles  Canmore  Alberta.
An eagle called Spirit at the live Birds of Prey exhibit, Festival of Eagles, Canmore, Alberta.
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A burrowing owl at the live Birds of Prey exhibit  Festival of Eagles  Canmore  Alberta.
A burrowing owl at the live Birds of Prey exhibit, Festival of Eagles, Canmore, Alberta.
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A sheet of ice can be seen in a Crossville  Tennessee parking lot.
A sheet of ice can be seen in a Crossville, Tennessee parking lot.
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Chickadee eating seeds at the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary in winter  Calgary  Alberta.
Chickadee eating seeds at the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary in winter, Calgary, Alberta.
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playing violin
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Hawk in a tree at the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary  Calgary  Alberta.
Hawk in a tree at the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, Calgary, Alberta.
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Mountain sheep by the side of Highway 40  Kananaskis Country  Alberta.
Mountain sheep by the side of Highway 40, Kananaskis Country, Alberta.
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In  el nevado de Toluca  playing my E. Violin at 15 354 ft
In "el nevado de Toluca" playing my E. Violin at 15,354 ft
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Mountain sheep posing at the side of Highway 40 in Kananaskis Country  Alberta.
Mountain sheep posing at the side of Highway 40 in Kananaskis Country, Alberta.
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playing violin at xmas
playing violin at xmas
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Ice clings to the wheel well of a car parked at a the Brass Lantern restaurant in Crossville  TN.
Ice clings to the wheel well of a car parked at a the Brass Lantern restaurant in Crossville, TN.
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