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These photos were taken in Ojai, CA, a picturesque town, 83 miles from Los Angeles. The Ojai Valley is known for unique sunsets called “pink moments.” To capture those moments, instead of looking west at the setting sun, one should look east to see its reflection on the bluffs of the Topa Topa Mountains, which for a few moments are airbrushed a Day-Glo pink. Well, much to my disappointment, the weather turned bad when we were there, and the pink effect didn’t quite happen. Instead, ominous dark clouds covered the mountains, which I found extremely dramatic and absolutely awesome. Here are a couple of the photos taken that day.
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High up in the mountains of Southeast Brazil lies Ouro Preto, a former colonial mining town and UNESCO World Heritage Site for its outstanding Baroque architecture. Here are some views of Ouro Preto, looking up and down the high hills and mountains around it.
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Community Rose Garden, Palisades Park, Santa Monica, CA.
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“A line is a dot that went for a walk.” (Paul Klee)
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