I am using a Nikon CoolPix 5600 on most of these. On the others, I was using a now broken Kodak EasyShare LS400. I am an amateur, and I shoot for fun. These are from all around the world. Each one is in its full, un-edited quality. I'm still learning about taking pictures, and I hopefully am getting better. The originals are much higher quality. 1. This too was taken in my backyard in Atlanta, GA. I found this fuzzy guy looking around. 2. This yet again was taken in my backyard during the fall. I loved the way the light went through the trees. 3. This was taken in Florida last year, in December. I was staying at a high-rise condo on the oceanfront in Melbourne, and the sunset began. I got this great pic as the clouds set in for a yucky night. 4. This is my most treasured picture. It takes place in New York City in 2004, at Ground Zero of the 9/11 attacks. This beam was left standing in the shape of a cross, an ever-lasting memorial to those who died. I was very lucky to get any quality with this shot at all, considering I was shooting it from behind the fence and construction zone. 5. This is the national cathedral in Washington D.C. We were visiting my uncle there about 8 months ago. 6. I think we all know what this is, and the weather was great as I toured the city with my family 1 year ago. 7. This was taken in my backyard in Atlanta, GA. Even in the city suburbs you can get a nice pic! 8. This was taken when my sister and I were touring Washington University in St. Louis. The arch was beautiful, and the lighting was warm and perfect. 9. This was taken when I was in Russia. My Dad was having a meeting between the Federal Reserve and the Russian Banking system, and he was able to get a free ticket for me. I even got business class on the flights The city was St. Petersburg, and I was lucky to get such a beautiful sky. 10. Another pic from Russia. The statue worked great with the clear, blue sky. 11. This was taken 2 Years ago when I was in the Colorado Rockies with my Family. The mountain was around 12,000 feet high.