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N 256 B 1.5K C 56 E Oct 14, 2017 F Jan 17, 2018
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A view from the Kananaskis trail (hwy) of this unique peak as the sun begins it's evening decline.

Thanks to NUZZ369 Randall for the identification. So many peaks, not enough information available.

Have a wonderful Wednesday!


Tags:   Kananaskis mountains Kanananaskis trail sunset scenic highways Kanananaskis Alberta Canada Bighorn Highway Canadian Rockies Mt. Kidd

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An inviting, but cool, picnic table beckons at a rest area along Alaska's Glenn Hwy.

I posted a color version of this image earlier, but I liked it in monochrome as well.

Thanks for your visit, always appreciated!


Tags:   black and white b/w mono monochrome picnic picnic table snow Chugach mountains Glenn Highway Alaska

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Mt. Rainier on a quiet early morning.

The smoke was bad here much of the summer from nearby wildfires. Our summers in the PNW have been much hotter than in years past. Sad to see hundreds of miles of beautiful woodlands lost to the fires. Heavy smoke is becoming a common hazard and challenge for photographers during our summers now. :-((

Enjoy a wonderful week ahead!

Tags:   Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier National Park Reflection Lake reflections early morning volcano Cascade mountains Washington

N 172 B 2.0K C 36 E May 21, 2017 F Jan 14, 2018
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The sun's first light warms up this jagged, primordial section of Oregon's Smith Rock with the Crooked river curling around it. Image taken from the taller section of the Rock that rises to it's east (shown below).

If anyone knows what these 2 amazing geological forms are named please let me know. Seems to me they should each have their own designation rather than just the Rock for both of them. Just sayin.....?

Hope you don't get tired of seeing shots from here. I find another appealing composition with every 10 steps.

Thanks for taking a look and for any comments, faves or suggestions. Always appreciated.

Tags:   Smith Rock Smith Rock State Park Crooked River daybreak dawn sunrise sunup morning geology rock climbing Terrebonne Oregon

N 134 B 2.0K C 38 E Oct 1, 2016 F Jan 13, 2018
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More commonly called an "elk."

The name wapiti is from the Shawnee and Cree word waapiti, meaning "white rump". A bull elk can produce 10 to 11 kilograms (22 to 24 lb) of antler velvet annually and on ranches in the United States and Canada it is collected and sold to markets in East Asia, where it is used in medicine. Their antlers can weight up to 40 pounds (after the velvet has been shed). A heavy load indeed.

Enjoy a wonderful weekend!

Tags:   Elk bull elk wapiti Cervus canadensis Jasper Alberta wildlife antlers


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