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Billy Zane with Terry in Fredericton, NB

Billy Zane with Terry in Fredericton, NB

Uploaded by redvette on 1 Dec 08, 6.37PM AST.

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the art tree


the art tree, originally uploaded by Genco Pura Photography.

the art tree

Uploaded by Genco Pura Photography on 27 Nov 08, 8.07AM AST.

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New Brunswick


New Brunswick, originally uploaded by pcrozier22.

New Brunswick

Alma, Bay of Fundy New Brunswick

Uploaded by pcrozier22 on 30 Dec 07, 5.31PM AST.

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Raising Some Dust


Raising Some Dust, originally uploaded by Light Collector.

Raising Some Dust

A team of horses pulls a group of visitors around Kings Landing Historic Village. The Perley house in the background.

Uploaded by Light Collector on 23 Nov 08, 8.24AM AST.

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East Quoddy Head


East Quoddy Head, originally uploaded by J. Stephen Conn.

East Quoddy Head

Campobello Island sits at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy in southernmost New Brunswick, just over the International Bridge from Maine. A century ago this island was the summer haunt of many rich and famous families, including that of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who would one day become the president of the United States.

The island is rural in character, uncrowded and very scenic. It can only be reached by one bridge, from Lubec, Maine, or by a seasonal ferry from the New Brunswick mainland, via Deer Island.

The same things that once drew some of the most wealthy people in North America, now lure tens of thousands of tourists of average means. It is an ideal destination for those who enjoy outdoor activities amist scenic splendor. The history buff will also find much of interest here, including old mansions and even older lighthouses.

Uploaded by J. Stephen Conn on 16 Nov 08, 5.49PM AST.

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Barred Owl


Barred Owl, originally uploaded by T.Morris.

Barred Owl

View on black background

This photo was taken in my parents' backyard in Burton, New Brunswick, Canada. It was getting late (6:30 pm), and I was shooting handheld, so I used a high ISO to ensure a good capture. I'm pleased with the results, in spite of the small amount of noise.

This photo was captured with a Nikon D300 (1/25s @ f/5.6, ISO 800, FL 200.0 mm).

Trevor Morris Photographics

Uploaded by T.Morris on 16 Nov 08, 4.36PM AST.

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October surprise


October surprise, originally uploaded by Pat-B.

October surprise

Although we weren’t that surprise LOL.

Uploaded by Pat-B on 22 Oct 08, 4.19PM ADT.

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Another Autumn Farm


Another Autumn Farm, originally uploaded by Martin Cathrae.

Another Autumn Farm

I liked this one because of the mainly yellow trees mixed in with the green evergreens.

Uploaded by Martin Cathrae on 19 Oct 08, 8.53PM ADT.

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Beaver Pond Trail


Beaver Pond Trail, originally uploaded by -Nat.

Beaver Pond Trail

Uploaded by -Nat on 8 Oct 08, 9.05PM ADT.

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Trees in a Field


Trees in a Field, originally uploaded by Martin Cathrae.

Trees in a Field

With crazy dramatic late day light in the fall. :)

Uploaded by Martin Cathrae on 14 Oct 08, 9.34PM ADT.

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Hopewell Rocks - Sightseeers by Mother-In-Law Rock - New Brunswick, Canada

Hopewell Rocks - Sightseeers by Mother-In-Law Rock - New Brunswick, Canada


Uploaded with the Flock Browser

Uploaded by Marcus Frank on 18 Oct 08, 10.09PM ADT.

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Fort Beausejour Sunset


Fort Beausejour Sunset, originally uploaded by elpono_njg.

Fort Beausejour Sunset

Uploaded by elpono_njg on 26 Sep 08, 12.06AM ADT.

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Kennebecasis River


Kennebecasis River, originally uploaded by threesalmon.

Kennebecasis River

View On Black

Uploaded by threesalmon on 1 Sep 08, 12.20PM ADT.

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, originally uploaded by frenchick.

New River Beach, NB
Canada

Uploaded by frenchick on 23 Sep 08, 11.27PM ADT.

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Fort Beausejour Sunset


Fort Beausejour Sunset, originally uploaded by elpono_njg.

Fort Beausejour Sunset

Uploaded by elpono_njg on 26 Sep 08, 12.06AM ADT.

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Sign of Fall, Sign of Color!


Sign of Fall, Sign of Color!, originally uploaded by gintasopa.

Sign of Fall, Sign of Color!

Fall leaves at Odell Park

Sneakpeak of a portrait session with my very good friend. P'Cha

Uploaded by gintasopa on 20 Sep 08, 7.20PM ADT.

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Mabon & The Mysteries


Mabon & The Mysteries, originally uploaded by ShastaLC.

Mabon & The Mysteries

Uploaded by ShastaLC on 22 Sep 08, 9.25AM ADT.

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Kings Landing


Kings Landing, originally uploaded by dusbrown.

Kings Landing

One of the buildings in Kings Landing.

Uploaded by dusbrown on 7 Sep 08, 2.33PM ADT

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Canada Day Fireworks


Canada Day Fireworks, originally uploaded by gintasopa.

Canada Day Fireworks

Uploaded by gintasopa on 2 Jul 08, 12.29AM ADT.

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Butterfly


Butterfly, originally uploaded by Julie Hawkes.

Butterfly

Uploaded by Julie Hawkes on 27 Jun 08, 8.39PM ADT.

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Helicopter factory


Helicopter factory, originally uploaded by MarcLine.com.

Helicopter factory

This tree is in full production of spinning helicopters that get carried in the wind a far distance. I've tried to catch them in flight but all blurry shots...

Uploaded by MarcLine.com on 23 Jun 08, 10.57PM ADT.

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Side View


Side View, originally uploaded by jonn46.

Side View

Uploaded by jonn46 on 23 Jun 08, 9.26AM ADT.

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Tiny blue butterfly after the rain.


Tiny blue butterfly after the rain., originally uploaded by Pat-B.

Tiny blue butterfly after the rain.

Another small one.

Uploaded by Pat-B on 20 Jun 08, 1.38PM ADT.

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Male Rose Breasted Grosbeak


Male Rose Breasted Grosbeak, originally uploaded by jeanne c.

Male Rose Breasted Grosbeak

Uploaded by jeanne c on 18 Jun 08, 8.58PM ADT.

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surrounded by the softness


surrounded by the softness, originally uploaded by ShastaLC.

surrounded by the softness

Imagination is everything! It is the preview of life's coming attractions

~albert einstein

Uploaded by ShastaLC on 18 May 08, 10.40PM ADT.

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Loon


Loon, originally uploaded by jeanne c.

Loon

Uploaded by jeanne c on 18 May 08, 7.17PM ADT.

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St-Henri RC Church, Barachois, NB

St-Henri RC Church, Barachois, NB

Uploaded by Brikwall on 18 May 08, 6.46PM ADT.

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Pokemouche River @ Maltempec NB

Pokemouche River @ Maltempec NB

Uploaded by Ronaldo_em_Canadá on 7 May 08, 4.04PM ADT.

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Christ Church Cathedral Inside


Christ Church Cathedral Inside, originally uploaded by gintasopa.

Christ Church Cathedral Inside

I'm a buddist but it never goes wrong being in a church (or any religious sanctuary for that matter). The acoustics of this place is amazing, I guess it helps me get into the photographic mood ^^

Uploaded by gintasopa on 18 Apr 08, 5.16PM ADT.

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waterline (2)


waterline (2), originally uploaded by Number Six (bill lapp).

waterline (2)

saint john, n.b.

Saint John river flooding ... not too bad down here in the Port City but has been quite severe up in Fredricton and along the farm country in the river valleys

Uploaded by Number Six (bill lapp) on 4 May 08, 10.06AM ADT.

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Towards the Sunset


Towards the Sunset, originally uploaded by gintasopa.

Towards the Sunset

Can't think of a better name ha, only Canon Landscape picture style, bring out such blue

Uploaded by gintasopa on 2 Mar 08, 10.23AM ADT.

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officer square


officer square, originally uploaded by nbreau.

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christ church cathedral


christ church cathedral, originally uploaded by searmid.

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Caution


caution, originally uploaded by searmid.

Uploaded by searmid on 23 Apr 08, 1.44PM ADT.

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Saint John Industry


Saint John Industry, originally uploaded by frontpage251.

Saint John Industry

Colourful houses of the west side of Saint John, with the port and the refinery in the distance.

Uploaded by frontpage251 on 21 Apr 08, 2.39PM ADT.

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Warm colors on a cold morning


Warm colors on a cold morning, originally uploaded by Pat-B.

Warm colors on a cold morning

the winter sun

Uploaded by Pat-B on 26 Mar 08, 12.29PM ADT.

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Moncton, Petitcodiac River #2

Moncton, Petitcodiac River #2

The Petitcodiac River in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada has the nickname "chocolate river" because of its colour. The water level depends on the tide athough its estuary mouth in the Bay of Fundy is more than 30 kilometers away.
Click here to see where this photo was taken. By courtesy of BeeLoop SL (the Mapware & Mobility Solutions Company).

Uploaded by palestrina55 on 6 Apr 08, 11.45AM ADT.

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PICT0108b


PICT0108b, originally uploaded by gfgilmore.

A bobcat keeps a close eye on my backyard bird feeders

Uploaded by gfgilmore on 12 Apr 08, 1.06PM ADT.

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burton bridge off the car's roof


burton bridge off the car's roof, originally uploaded by mikie t.

burton bridge off the car's roof

Uploaded by mikie t on 3 Apr 08, 10.29PM ADT.

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Christ Church Cathedral


Christ Church Cathedral, originally uploaded by -Nat.

Christ Church Cathedral

An HDR of Christ Church Cathedral from the Fredericton walking trail bridge. I think I have a dirty sensor or something. I can't figure out how to get rid of all those dark spots.

Uploaded by -Nat on 4 Apr 08, 1.51AM ADT.

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"Dream spot" (New Brunswick)


"Dream spot" (New Brunswick), originally uploaded by Photo Traces.

"Dream spot" (New Brunswick)

Grand Manan Island. New Brunswick. Canada

You can find my travel notes at
Photo Location Guide (www.PhotoTraces.com)

Canon 350d /Sigma 17-70/17mm
1/320 / F9 / Av / ISO 100

Uploaded by Photo Traces on 2 Mar 08, 7.08PM ADT.

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Fredericton sunset


Fredericton sunset, originally uploaded by Genco Pura Photography.

Fredericton sunset

Uploaded by Genco Pura Photography on 1 Mar 08, 2.16PM ADT.

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Pont couvert d'Hartland - Hartland covered bridge

Pont couvert d'Hartland - Hartland covered bridge

Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada

Voici le plus long pont couvert au monde: 1282 pi, inauguré en 1901. On voit bien la perspective et on peut facilement trouver le point de fuite.

Here is the longest covered bridge in the world: 1282 ft, inaugurated in 1901. I like the perspective effect and we can easily find the vanishing point.

Uploaded by Martin Bergeron on 11 Feb 08, 9.18PM AST.

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Coucher de soleil à Grande-Anse - Grande-Anse Sunset

Coucher de soleil à Grande-Anse - Grande-Anse Sunset

Grande-Anse, New Brunswick, Canada

Belle photo d'un coucher de soleil prise près de Caraquet à Grande-Anse. J'aime bien l'éclairage dans les nuages, le reflet sur l'eau et la silhouette de la péninsule sur la mer.

Here is a nice sunset photo taken close by Caraquet in Grande-Anse. I like the lighting in the coulds, the reflection in the water and the peninsula outline in the sea.

Uploaded by Martin Bergeron on 11 Feb 08, 9.19PM AST.

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Crossing


Crossing, originally uploaded by jeanne c.

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coyote


coyote, originally uploaded by RicKarr.

The coyote (Canis latrans, meaning "barking dog" ) is a canine, or a relative of the domestic dog and wolf. Coyotes are native to North America and even parts of Central America. Rarely coyotes will creates packs like their wolf relatives, but for the most part, coyotes travel alone. Coyotes live an average of about 6 years. The word "coyote" was borrowed from Mexican Spanish, which itself borrowed the term from the Aztec word cóyotl which may have meant "singing dog". Coyotes are essentially nocturnal, but they will occasionally hunt during the day. Their behavior can vary widely depending on where they live, but in general they live and hunt singly or in monogamous pairs in search of small mammals including rabbits, mice, shrews, voles, and foxes. The coyote is an omnivore and adapts its diet to the available food sources including fruits, grasses, and vegetables along with small mammals. Coyotes mate for life. They breed around the month of February and four to six pups are born in late April or early May. Both parents help to feed the pups. At three weeks old the pups leave the den under close watch of their parents. Once the pups are eight to twelve weeks old they are taught to hunt. Families stay together through the summer but the young break apart to find their own territories by fall. They usually relocate within ten miles.

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mcadam train station


mcadam train station, originally uploaded by searmid.

Worn down, looking for love, and tucked away in the western reaches of rural New brunswick not far from the Unisted States border the McAdam train station is a pleasant surprise. Let's hope the town's efforts to revitalize the station pan out.

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Waking Up To Change


Waking Up To Change, originally uploaded by seanmcgrath.

Waking Up To Change

One morning, back in the fall, I got up very early and went scouting for autumn leaves to photograph.

I froze my ass off, but found this tree on the edge of a field. I think the warm glow of the sun coming up and the fog from the river were captured well in this picture.

I'm still not sure if I really like this image though. It has been in my archive since the fall getting very little attention. I guess I'll let you decide...

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covered bridge


covered bridge, originally uploaded by mikie t.

Rusagonis N.B. aka "The Gornish"

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toxicity blues


toxicity blues, originally uploaded by Number Six (bill lapp).

saint john, N.B.

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