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N 69 B 1.5K C 4 E Jul 21, 2015 F Jul 26, 2019
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Flower after rain.

Tags:   Macro closeup flower rain nature James Neeley

N 85 B 2.2K C 1 E Jul 13, 2019 F Jul 14, 2019
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Looking down the Bow Valley the Ships Prow, 3 Sisters and behind them is Mount Lougheed

Tags:   Canmore Alberta scenic Bow Valley Bow River Trees Mountains

N 73 B 1.3K C 5 E Apr 27, 2019 F Jul 15, 2019
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Walking along a path through a virgin forest sure beats going nowhere on a treadmill in a Virgin Active!

And the best part is that it's absolutely free (if you own a wildcard)!

Unfortunately you won't get any Discovery vitality points for it though. :)

Tags:   Paul Bruins Photography www.paulbruins.co.za South Africa Southern Cape Garden Route Knysna Forest Indigenous Forests Woodcutter's Trail Circles in a Forest Mist Road Nikon D850 Nikkor Lenses Nik Filters Panorama

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A sunset that seemed almost like it wasn't going to work out, but then kept on producing color for about 20 minutes. Fortunately, the wind calmed down just in time to get a nice reflection. The mosquitoes were fierce, however!

South Sister and Broken Top reflecting in Sparks Lake at sunset, Deschutes National Forest, Oregon, USA.

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Tags:   USA Oregon water nature sky reflection landscape lake sunset scenic Sparks Lake snow forest mountain trees island peak Deschutes National Forest meadow calm South Sister Broken Top Cascades clouds Tom Schwabel

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Two Jack Lake is a favorite stop for sunrises in Banff National Park and often warrants multiple visits. Why? The easy answer is Mount Rundle reflected when the lake’s water is still. The longer answer is that for all of the times I have been there, the cloud formations vary dramatically. I don’t know whether this observation is true or not but, when I visit, it certainly seems that way. On our visit last month, the clouds acted as leading lines to Mount Rundle and the reflection only magnified the effect.

Tags:   Alberta Banff Banff National Park Body of Water Canada Canadian Rockies Cloud Clouds Dawn Golden Hour Lake Landscape Magical Mountain Mountains Natural landscape Nature Reflection Rockies Rocky Mountains Sky Sunrise Tree Trees Two Jack Two Jack Lake Water morning Improvement District No. 09


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