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Photo Of The Day 10/3/2012
Oxbow Bend by Tom Barnwell
Tom Barnwell’s photo of Canada geese basking in the morning sun at Oxbow Bend, Wyoming is today’s Photo Of The Day. The photograph was submitted to the National Parks Assignment. That Assignment is now closed for entries, but you can go through the online gallery to see everything that was sent in. The National Parks Assignment drew over 800 photos!
Click here to see all of the Assignments. Get your photos into the running for the Photo Of The Day by submitting the OP galleries. I select a Photo Of The Day everyday. Images come from Your Favorite Places, Assignments and the contest galleries. The Assignments and the Your Favorite Placessections of the website have been improved with larger photos and new functionstake a look at the improvements. You can see more of my Photo Of The Day selections on the OP Blog.