Humans Earth And Water

Tiny beings on a planet of sand and water... Normally, my fisheye lens doesn't get much use, but every once in a while it's a fun option to get a unique perspective.

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Hi, I'm Chris. Thanks for visiting my site. Running since 2014, DailyPhotoBlog posts free-to-use, Creative Commons license digital photography. Here you'll get one photo, each weekday, Monday to Friday. (Sometimes I skip holidays or busy weeks though...) Many shots will be from my home base here in Colorado Springs, Colorado. And hopefully there will be a lot of travel photography too.

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