Zach Schoenfelder and his dog Sophie take a tumble while sledding this week at Camels Back Park in Boise. No animals were hurt while shooting the image.
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I shot the lunar eclipse this morning. Here's a composite image of four pictures taken over the course of almost two hours starting at 5:37 am (image on left). The final image on the right was taken at 7:17 am. Here's a link to a video that shows more of the images in the sequence.
Submitted by Chris Butler on Wed, 11/23/2011 - 11:59am, updated on Wed, 11/23/2011 - 12:22pm
This Friday you can get a piece of art with your soup at the annual Empty Bowls event held on the Grove Plaza. The event is a fundraiser for the Idaho Foodbank. Throughout the year the Idaho Foodbank collects handcrafted and handpainted bowls from professional artists and amateur artisans. This year the organization got a surprise when artist Steph Nyman donated 100 pieces of glass art to the event.
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