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Emma Louise Hartley
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Marketing Director @spanishhighs, living in Lincolnshire enjoying the countryside :-)
Marketing Director @spanishhighs, living in Lincolnshire enjoying the countryside :-)

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Been practicing getting a background behind a subject, in this case Kiz mid scratch #horse #photography #backgrounds
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Sleepy girl this morning, that relaxed her bottom lip was super droopy!
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Sierra Nevada high peaks, top ten ascents, snow seasons, how to deal with altitude sickness, popular activities and a few facts. Full graphic here: http://www.spanishhighs.co.uk/reports/2016/08/sierra-nevada-high-peaks-infographic/ #infographic #sierranevada #spain #activities #altitude #ascents #top10 #highpeaks #3000m +
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When the weather's good, living & working in the countryside isn't all that bad! The horses were enjoying the last of the evening sun munching on their track system. Lots of standing hay in the left paddock for the deep dark depths of winter. Noticing the light change already :-(
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09/08/2016
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+www.gecko.villas +Spanish Highs Mountain Guides  A guest post from the team that will take your Spanish holiday to new heights!

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Mountain serenity is all you need for a good nights sleep :-) #mountainserenity
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Los Tres Picos (3 peaks) Challenge. No group too big and what better way than in Spain's sunny Sierra Nevada!
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Google has updated its mapping applications with new, higher-resolution imagery from NASA's Landsat 8 satellite, the company announced today. That means Google Maps and Google Earth now contain far sharper and more detailed photographs, which Google used to update its cloud-free mosaic of the planet. By stitching together selective portions of the Earth with clear skies, Google's mosaic is able to eliminate clouds and other weather obstructions to create a crystal-clear snapshot of every corner of the world.

Google Maps and Earth's satellite imagery was last updated in 2013. At the time, Google used shots captured by the less-capable Landsat 7, which suffered a hardware failure back in 2003 that resulted in some portions of the world having diagonal gaps of missing data. Below, you can see the how Landsat 8's imagery of New York City is vast improvement over what Google was using before.
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