Posts made in December, 2012

Dancer – December 30, 2012

Posted by Admin on Dec 30, 2012 in Featured Photo of the Week | 0 comments

Dancer – December 30, 2012

Text Coming Soon: Flamenco Dancer - Barcelona, Spain 2011 (Click on Image to Enlarge and/or View Purchase Options)   -Antuany Smith

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Window Seat – December 23, 2012

Posted by Admin on Dec 24, 2012 in Featured Photo of the Week | 0 comments

Window Seat – December 23, 2012

Text Coming Soon:   Window Seat 01 – 2012 (Please Click on the Image to Enlarge and/or View Purchase Options)   Window Seat 02 – 2012 (Please Click on the Image to Enlarge and/or View Purchase Options)   -Antuany...

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The Storm is Coming – December 16, 2012

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The Storm is Coming – December 16, 2012

Text Coming Soon:   The Storm is Coming – Florida, 2012 (Please Click on the Image to Enlarge and/or View Purchase Options)   -Antuany Smith

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Pine Glades Lake – December 09, 2012

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Pine Glades Lake – December 09, 2012

Early October was the start of a number of business trips to Miami; I decided to extend this first trip by a couple of days for the purpose of exploring and photographing the area.  While I did spend some time at the more popular South Beach, traveling solo for work is much different than traveling with friends and/or family for vacation, particularly at touristy party destinations.  It takes a unique individual to actually enjoy eating alone at finer establishments.  I am not one of them, so luckily, a few of the nights, I was able to meet up with a few friends who I hadn’t talked to for a few years.  Also, at the beach, though the weather was much better...

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The Commute – December 02, 2012

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The Commute – December 02, 2012

My first time flying wasn’t until I was a sophomore in high school.  That flight, including layovers, was a long one at well over 24 hours.  Ever since that milestone flight, I have not only been enamored with flight, but that first trip also had me hooked on international travel and photography.  Looking back on that memorable experience just under two decades ago, I still remember it like it was yesterday.  Without having many opportunites for travel of much magnitude in my youth, and being given the huge gift of being selected as a participant in a foreign exchange with Moscow Russia, I went into it not knowing if I’d ever get to travel again. ...

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