Wonders of America

This presentation will take you to the most extreme places in America. Enjoy the images taken by GVCC members, and learn about the many "Wonders" they have seen. Contact Jim Roberts to submit images for this gallery.

  Land of Superlatives


U.S. Postal Commemorative, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, St. Louis, Missouri     (scroll down)

You can also click on the following link to view the U.S Postal Service’s promotional Vimeo video about the Wonders and the Commemorative stamps: VIDEO LINK.


Largest Reptile Highest Sea Cliffs Tallest Cactus Largest Glacier Tallest Dunes Largest Estuary Largest Cliff Dwelling Deepest Lake Largest Land Mammal Longest Reef Longest Hiking Trail Tallest Man-made Monument Oldest Mountains Largest Flower Largest Lake Fastest Land Animal Oldest Tree Tallest Waterfall Largest Desert Longest Span Windiest Place Largest Canyon Largest Frog Tallest Dam Fastest Bird Largest Delta Tallest Geyser Largest Natural Bridge Largest Freshwater Fish Longest Mountain Chain Tallest Tree Largest Rodent Longest River System Rainiest Spot Most Active Volcano Longest Cave Loudest Animal Hottest Spot Longest Covered Bridge Largest Plant

Wonders of America:  Land of Superlatives Stamp Series@2005 United States Postal Service.

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Image courtesy of Jim Roberts, Arlington Camera Club and Green Valley Camera Club.


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FEATURED PHOTO GALLERY -- "Hey Punk, You Wanna Pick up Some Steam ... ?"
GVCC members are invited to submit their images for this featured gallery that is currently displayed. Subject matter should support the gallery title. Instructions on how to submit images for our website galleries are provided on the GVCC "Photographic Image Submission Form" that is available on the sidebar of Gallery pages in this website.  Any questions - contact Jim Roberts by email to: Galleries@dev.gvcameraclub.org.
If you enjoy weird, whacky, and fun events: Carl Sparfeld of the Green Valley Camera Club recently visited and shot the Steampunk Convention held at the Old Tucson Studios. "In three short words, steampunk is Victorian science fiction." Learn much more about Steampunk and view these very interesting images.
Looking forward to next season, the Featured Photo Galleries will be chosen from member suggestions.
We invite you to send in  your ideas for future Featured Photo Galleries.  Have a great Summer!
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