DSDigitals Gallery Highlights
Lincoln Hot Air Balloon Festival 2007
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This is one of the Special Events galleries.
You will also find Lincoln's 2007 Festival pictures and the St. Louis
Festival of 2007
Chicago Tall Ship
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DSDigitals.com was born in
January of 2006 after a gestation period of almost 50 years. That's
assuming I had my first camera at 10. Who can remember that far back? I
do know I was developing my own film as an early teen so I can't be too
far off with the time line. They say experience is the best teacher so I learned
photography from the best, the old
fashioned way, by doing. I am still honing those skills but now I want to share my
experiences with you.
Local youth sporting events
Currently, this gallery is
home to local tennis but expansion of this gallery is expected. If you
would like a local sporting event covered, contact DSDigitals.
This is another in the Special Events gallery.
In this gallery, you will find an album containing the Chicago Tall
Ships of 2006 but also several car festivals that were presented in
From early childhood, I was fascinated
by the great sailing ships of the past. The Chicago Tall Ships Festival
gave me the opportunity to experience their majesty up close.
Blessed Sacrament School
This is a stroll down memory
lane back to my early years teaching.
Flowers can be enjoyed in landscapes as
a focal point like a colorful hill covered with tulips or as a forefront to
soften an angular building. They can be equally beautiful in portraits
through the close-up lens. It is like nature's palindrome. It gets
better going from close-up portrait to a wide angle landscape but if you
start at the other end of the landscape and focus in on the single
floweret, it also becomes more beautiful. This gallery contains flowers
in both perspectives.
In this gallery,
Flower Portraits will include both individual flowers
like the one above and floral landscapes where the flower is
the focus of the picture. This gallery currently
contains only one album but it is due for updating in the
near future. Future albums will contain albums separated
according to location.
located near Monticello, Illinois was voted one of Illinois'
seven wonders. Future albums will contain pictures of the
other newly selected seven wonders.
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by me as extensions of this site or as a public service.
All the photographs on these pages are
copyrighted by me. You may enjoy them all you want. On some galleries, I won't even disable
the copy feature; so yes, you can save a favorite. I only ask that if you
want a print of it, you buy it from me; so I can continue to take them
and share them with you. Donations are appreciated if you download free
picture files. I already have many pictures, and I will slowly
add more and more to the galleries.
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A good picture has a story to tell;
a great picture tells the story.
Hopefully, most of these pictures have a story to tell and at least some
bring that story to mind.
I Hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed creating them.
New Salem by Candlelight
album is one of the sites featured in the
Land of Lincoln - Springfield and surrounding
For a full tour of
Springfield and Lincoln sites,
click here then click on "start tour" at the top of that new gallery
THE SMALL PRINT:
As is the policy throughout this web
site, the pictures are copyrighted and may not be reproduced in any
printed form without my written permission. You may download them for
your personal use in digital format but no digital
or any other form of the pictures and picture files may be used in any professional
manner. This includes but is not limited to use in printed or web
advertising or direct sale of any form of the pictures. Any other
personal display must include the copyright information:
Copyright 2005 - 2006 by Dulany Sriner in plain view. If you would like
printed copies of any pictures displayed please respect my
rights to copyright and buy them from me so I can continue to
let you come along through the lens of my camera.
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum
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This album is
part of the
Land of Lincoln -
Springfield and surrounding sites gallery.
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Springfield has one of the most beautiful Capitol
Buildings in the nation. The rotunda viewed from the inside
is spectacular. Even the best pictures don't do it justice.
This gallery is incorporated into the Land of Lincoln -
Springfield and surrounding sites
The Thomas Rees Carillon (above) is located in Washington Park on
the Southwest side of Springfield. It sits atop the old Sunset
Hill where the locals, myself included, parked with a date to watch the
sunsets and submarine races. Many of us, who didn't make a home run, at
least made it to first or second base on the baseball diamonds located
there. Now it is home to the magnificent Carillon and Botanical garden.
A rose garden flanks it to the south. This gallery is incorporated into
the Land of Lincoln - Springfield and surrounding sites
In our family, the highlight of any trip is the wildlife.
From the glittering wings of a dragoon fly beside a still pond to the
majestic beauty of an eagle perched on a near-by tree, there is little
more rewarding to me, than to capture the instant in a picture to be
relived by me and enjoyed by those who see my work. This Gallery
contains wildlife landscapes and portraits captured on my outings.
They are often grouped by location.
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When you think of Springfield, Illinois, you can't help
but think of Abraham Lincoln. From his early life in New Salem and his
adult life in his home on S. Seventh St., President Lincoln left his
footprints in Springfield and the surrounding area. The new Presidential
Museum and Library brings together the legacy of his life and death.
This Lincoln Gallery highlights where Lincoln's footprints might have
been and most certainly were.
See more of the
The Restored Elijah Iles House
Springfield's oldest home
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Click to view landscapes
Our world is made up of landscapes in many forms and
sizes from a miniature landscape of mushrooms on a log to the wide
expanses of a far off mountain range. In this gallery, the albums are
divided by locations of particular outings and trips. You might say,
these landscapes are what's left after I take out the portraits of
people, wildlife and flowers.
Iles House -
Lincoln Sites -
Marshall, ILL - Cataract Falls
and Brown County, IN -
SHS Class of 64
Blessed Sacrament School