We've all seen the beautiful pictures of the â€œbeautifulâ€ places around the world. Become a photojournalist, visit those â€œbeautifulâ€ places, and produce a book which shows the ugly side. On a college photography field trip to Yosemite with a brother and our class, the class and I tried to emulate Ansel Adams (yeah, good luck :lol: ). My brother, on the other hand, took pictures of Yosemite's not so beautiful aspects. One of his best was a closeup of a wet, snowy, icy, oily parking lot puddle. The oil was producing both black stains on the snow, brown stains on the ice, and rainbows around the edge of the water. In the middle of this small puddle was a clear reflection of the beautiful granite cliffs and freshly dusted snow covered trees. . . .It really was a beautiful picture, until you stop and realize what it represents. All beautiful places have their armpits. Show them to the world.