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Philip Kuntz / 10 items

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A b/w depiction of this popular Rainier Park waterfall. Liked the way the branches and boughs framed this top section of the falls.

The falls was named by Frederick Gordon Plummer in 1893 after a branch of the Narada Theosophical Society of Tacoma. This branch was called Narada, a Hindu word meaning "pure".

A color version of this 188 foot horsetail falls in comments.

Enjoy a terrific Thurs
day!

Tags:   Narada Falls waterfalls Mt. Rainier Mt. Rainier National Park hindu Paradise river Washington b/w black and white monotones Explore

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Happy Father's Day
+ hello Summer!

A cheer and toast to Father's, everywhere, every when!
Thank you!

May this longest day of the year be one of your best!

Tags:   Father's Day Summer Solstice Summer Solstice longest day Lake Cascade Donnelly Idaho Explore

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Rather than another b/w I thought I'd try one in a rich sepia. Thought it would work well with this sunrise shot.

A b/w and color version in comments for comparison.

Hope your Wednesday is wonderful!


Tags:   Sepia sepia tones sunrise Sawtooths Sawtooth mountains reflections Stanley Idaho Explore

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A small group of Bison seen in Yellowstone's Hayden Valley.
They had just climbed out of a mud wallow.

Some call the calves "Yellow Dogs," others "Red Dogs." Both work well in describing the orangish calves. They are delightful to watch, being playful, frisky and carefree.

Your visit, comments, faves and suggestions are always appreciated!

Tags:   Bison buffalo Yellow Dog Red Dog Bison calf Buffalo calf Hayden Valley Yellowstone Yellowstone National Park Wyoming Explore

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Brandywine Falls (230', 70 meters) is near Whistler. It is an easy 15 minute walk from the parking lot, which is right off the Sea to Sky highway.

A popular spot, with limited perspectives. This is the standard view I suspect. The area is protected so not able to explore and get many others views. I understand well why this is done, but I do regret not getting to see it from other angles. It was an impressive falls.

Hope you're all enjoying a wonderful weekend!

Tags:   British Columbia Canada Whistler Brandywine Falls waterfalls Explore


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