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I live in a tropical Island Paradise...GUAM, Where America's Day Begins. It is awe-inspiring to view millions of beautiful photos from around our planet Earth by hundreds of thousands of professional photographers, photo journalists, photography enthusiasts, and amateurs (like me), as well. It's a humbling experience to be in the company of these fine folks, who motivate, educate and enhance my drive to be a better photographer. What's especially pleasing is when I view my photos via my media and discover minute details I was not aware was there when I 'captured that shot'. Since posting on this site over 6 years ago, my photos have been used (by permission) in textbooks, travel and other online sites, school projects, and even war memorabilia - who knew... I hope you enjoy my photos.

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A wonderful power shot!


Thank you theSergeant Gonzalez greetings from Branch Brook Park in Newark, New Jersey.

Very beautiful capture.
Best regards from Georgia, David.

Hermosa ciudad Amadeus,gracias por tu visita,voto y comentario,Super LIKE!-Saludos,Patricia :)

I am not able to assist in this request, as I am not in the loop with matters re:The Hagatña Marina. I only took this photo for posting on Panoramio. Thanks!

Thanks Adam. The weather here is typically 75-84 but amp that up about 4 degrees for humidity. When the tradewinds are blowing, it is very nice. We only have two seasons..dry (Jan-Jun) and rainy (Jul-Dec) with some crazy weather every now and then. We have some of the most beautiful sunsets on the planet and we boast of crystal clear clean blue ocean, a scuba enthusiast's dream, with all the sunken ships/galleons around the Island. :)

Thanks Adam. When I took this shot, I asked around what the name of the building was..I even asked the locals in Hawaii and nobody knew. I had to do some research which took me over a week to find it; then I contacted the reference number and I was told it was a hotel but was later converted to business rental spaces. It was rather beautiful in person.

Hey Adam..We were actually there right after dinner so we were a little early, hence, the vacant lot. Shortly after I took this pic, two tour buses came in. Superstorm Sandy damaged the docks to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island so we were taken on a tour all the way around Manhattan through the three main bridges. I wanted clear shots so I attempted to go outside to take pictures but it was super cold..around 42 degrees..everyone was coming inside. I tried to brave it and got a fever the following day. Never again..hehehe :)

Thanks Adam..We have a few of these cannons around Guam. They were actually found in the jungles, then transported cleaned and restored for display. When North Korean President Kim Jeoung-Un was threatening to fire missiles toward Guam, these relics were posted on facebook as what "Washington sent to Guam to counter the missiles. Of course it was only a joke but you have to smile at how some people choose to relieve their stress.. lol :)

Speculator view nicely done, fita..


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