FIRST PLACE rising up the cliff with the morning fog- a pale sun neca SECOND PLACE evening campfire-- shadow Hopi dance on the sandstone cliff Martin Murillo THIRD PLACE cool updrafts from the cliff face through my spread toes Noor Singh Khasla BELOW THIRD PLACE sunset reddens the mouth of the cliff dwellers cave Joann cliffs at Bandelier -- a wisp of juniper smoke from down the canyon Charles Trumbull granite cliffs -- two swallows scold us as we climb -acm still lake... a boy swims down the cliff Hugh Waterhouse peering over the cliff edge the hang glider tightens his chin strap ken kuniyuki edge of the cliff two teenagers hold hands with their mother Jeanne Cassler a maidenhair fern nearly hidden in the crack - Yosemite cliff >N< a tidal pool at the base of the cliff - honeymooners Laura Young moored between snow topped cliffs galleon moon roberta beary rounding the curve-- between highway and cliff rhododendron ^^shang-ti 971019 at cliff's edge wide-eyed watching the sea - returning whales Ferris airplane flying above the snow covered cliff horns beeping below DeeDee the sound of the sea somewhere down the white cliffs veiled in morning mist Fred poised at the edge of the cliff the wind calling Carolyn low cliffs at high tide seal pups borne away -willard at sunset another layer of rock - desert cliffs Harold Bowes way below a sandstone cliff the stream's soft bank crumbles Mark Alan Osterhaus bald eagle at cliff's crest watching sunset Cindy Bene gulls sail on the updrafts, almost stationary- sea cliffs Peg Lowmiller Hot Wheels racing over the plastic cliff, wins a hardy tot snort ~lee ice chipping echoes hands hold frozen to the cliff tubular bells cling copyright 10-21-1997 by Wendy C. Bialek
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