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Philip Kuntz / 10 items

N 619 B 28.7K C 54 E Oct 8, 2015 F Jun 4, 2016
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A wary buck poses nicely for me at Montana's National Bison Range.

Hope your weekend is wonderful!

Tags:   Mule Deer Buck Mule Deer Buck National Bison Range Montana Explore

N 117 B 30.9K C 73 E Jun 9, 2012 F Jan 23, 2014
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My patience paid off with a nice pose from this regal grey wolf. He was impressive.

Your visits, comments, faves and suggestions are appreciated.

Tags:   wolf grey wolf gray wolf Yellowstone National Park YNP Wyoming

N 340 B 29.4K C 95 E Oct 9, 2013 F Jan 16, 2014
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Hiking the path along Crooked River on a stormy autumn day.

Smith Rock has many great trails. I hiked about half of them. Plan on getting to know them all well the next few years. Perhaps I'll cross paths with you……..if you're looking for a hike you'll never forget you should try this one.

Your visits, comments and suggestions are always appreciated.

Tags:   Crooked River Oregon Smith Rock Smith Rock State Park Terrebonne Autumn Reflections hikes paths trails Getty Images Explore

N 489 B 29.0K C 180 E Sep 19, 2013 F Jan 11, 2014
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Another shot of British Columbia's impressive Seton Lake. Spending time here was one of the highlights of our BC trip last fall. Another shot of this lake below in comments.

Seton Lake is a freshwater fjord draining east via the Seton River into the Fraser River at the town of Lillooet, British Columbia. The colors of it's waters are enhanced by glacial silt which gives it a pretty blue/green look.

Thanks for taking the time to look.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Tags:   Seton Lake Seton River Lillooet British Columbia Canada fiord Explore Getty Images

N 657 B 27.7K C 218 E Oct 4, 2012 F Nov 9, 2013
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It's been said that Mt. Rundle is the most photographed peak in Canada. Easy to see why. I can confirm that it is the mountain that I have aimed at the most.

I was blessed to be here this evening to take in this sweet sunset. Truly a serendipitous moment and event.

A few more shots of Rundle Rapture below:

Thanks for taking a look and for any comments or suggestions.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Tags:   Mt. Rundle Vermillion Lakes sunset dust reflections Banff Alberta Canada Not an HDR Explore


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