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Liquid assets

November 25, 2007|By JULIE E. GREENE

Water, water everywhere and what great photos it makes.

· The Herald-Mail is always looking for the best recent photos from the Tri-State area. So many amazing things, big and small, happen in the area that we don't get to see.

· On the weekly Gallery page, we do not have space for family portraits, posed scenes or news photos that are published elsewhere in the newspaper, but we will make room for amateur photographers to share their talent and show us some different shots.

· Send digital photos via e-mail to lifestyle@herald-mail.com with "submitted photo" in the subject line. Digital photos must be at least 6 inches wide with a resolution of at least 300 dots per inch (dpi).

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Chris Constable, 54, of Hagerstown, likes the way water looks when slowed down. On June 17, she photographed Antietam Creek at Devil's Backbone Park using a slowed shutter speed.

Sheree Wright's husband took the family to the waterfall in Falling Waters, W.Va., during a hot July day. "I was in such awe with the waterfall that I had to take this picture and it turned out wonderful," Wright wrote in an e-mail to The Herald-Mail.

Kate Buxbaum-Prado's favorite place in Hagerstown is City Park, where she photographed these geese in September. "It's like walking into another world," said Buxbaum-Prado, 57, of Hagerstown. "It's like being away from everything else when you walk in and there's the lake and the geese."

Amy Speck, 34, of the Dargan area, often walks to Harpers Ferry National Historical Park with her son, Daniel, 9, by traversing the train bridge. From an overlook at the park, she photographed the Potomac River on Sept. 23.

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