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Philip Kuntz / 2,970 items

N 92 B 773 C 12 E Oct 9, 2017 F Jan 30, 2023
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Fall foliage along the Elk River with Mt. Fernie in the distance. The Three Sisters of BC on the right.

Great hiking and skiing around Fernie BC.

Thanks for taking a look! Always appreciated.

Tags:   Autumn fall fall foliage Elk River Mt. Fernie mountain peaks Canadian Rockies Fernie British Columbia

N 165 B 1.1K C 34 E Oct 3, 2016 F Jan 29, 2023
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On a well-positioned picnic table on Jasper's Pyramid Lake with Pyramid peak nicely catching the morning light. The fog was much thicker when I arrived, enjoyed watching it slowly dissipate and move to the right. A winter daydream.....

Enjoy a wonderful Sunday evening and week ahead.

Tags:   sunrise morning dawn reflections picnic picnic table. Pyramid Lake Pyramid Peak Jasper Jasper National Park Alberta

N 162 B 1.3K C 29 E Oct 6, 2016 F Jan 28, 2023
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A portion of Mt. Elpoca and Gap mountain above Spillway Lake with a storm brewing above.
An example of the beauty on Kananaskis's Smith Dorien Trail.

Enjoy this last weekend of January! Glad Spring is getting closer.

Tags:   stormy Elpoca mountain Gap Mountain Smith Dorien Trail Canadian Rockies mountains peaks Spillway Lake Kananaskis Alberta Opal Range

N 74 B 1.2K C 11 E May 19, 2017 F Jan 27, 2023
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A sunset shot of the SW section of Oregon's Smith Rock with a lava rock border fence anchoring the foreground. Iconic Monkey Face looking right on the left.

Lava rock and many other types of historic volcanic rocks, forms and features are everywhere here. Fascinating.

Have a fabulous Friday and a wonderful weekend!

Tags:   sunset sundown dusk lava lava rock lava rock fence Smith Rock Monkey Face volcanic geology Terrebonne Oregon 7 Wonders of Oregon

N 122 B 1.4K C 20 E Aug 25, 2014 F Jan 26, 2023
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A view from above the Falls (shown yesterday) of Tower Creek working its way around these tall, eroded volcanic pinnacles towards the falls and further down flowing into the distant Yellowstone River. The waterfall received it's name because of them. Good call.

Due to severe erosion the trail to the base of the waterfall is no longer open. However, you can hike down to where Tower Creek enters the Yellowstone River.

"Tower Fall – This is the most popular waterfall in Yellowstone other than the Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon. The waterfall is located behind the General Store." yellowstone.net


Tags:   Tower Falls Towers Tower Creek Tower Falls volcanic pinnacles Yellowstone


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