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Still far to Mountain Eiríksnýpa and Glacier Blautukvíslarjökull (ha ha ha =:-) you try to pronounce it) – Highland of Iceland

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More weirdness from the Piceance

The road to Rattlesnake Canyon was supposed to open today.  It didn't.

So here's another shot from my trip to the Piceance Basin a couple of weeks ago, when I posted a shot of some similar hoodoos a few yards away from these.

These mudstones are reportedly Wasatch Formation rock and there is a whole lot of this Weird Stuff in the area.  I really should go back one of these days.

This image is geotagged if you want to go here.  There are parts of this road farther up that would make four wheel drive a Good Idea™ but this part can be reached in an ordinary car.
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Amazing Organic Weed Killer Spray. 1/2 gallon of Apple Cider Vinegar 1/4 c table salt 1/2 tsp Dawn liquid dish soap Mix and pour into a spray bottle Spray weeds thoroughly. It makes 1/2 gallon for around $6.40 It worked better than Round Up & killed the weeds on first application. The Dawn dish soap strips the weed of it's protective oils so the vinegar can work with deadly force. Safe to use a yard used by pets

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These stunning wind clouds hovered over Mt Cook National Park for two days while I was there shooting for Our Mountains in winter 2012.
Hooker Valley and Aoraki Mt Cook from the Sealy Range.

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Early Spring at Rifle Falls State Park on the Western Slope of Colorado.
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What Earth Objects are Visible from Space?

It has long been said that the Great Wall of China can be seen from the moon. No untruer words have ever been spoken, but can you see it from the International Space Station?

And if so, what else can be seen (plus, see a slideshow of incredible images of Earth from space)? http://goo.gl/N4eRXs

Image: The Grand Canyon From Space (Credit: NASA)
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This picture is taken at the Tatio geysers in Chile - at 4.200 metres above sealevel, just after sunrise. Where did you ever spend a magical sunrise? 
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This is the type of scenery you can expect to see (weather permitting) on the first day of the Laugavegur trail in Iceland. This was our second day as we spent the first hiking around Landmannalaugar itself. The yellow colour and hues are representative of the sulfurous volcanic geology of the area with the famous rhyolite appearance in the backdrop. Of note, the low morning light happened to be backlighting some sheep which resulted in Marianne spraining her ankle (thankfully only lightly) so beware while hiking in Iceland or the scenery may result in bodily harm!
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This tree looks like a giant ripped it out, twisted it a bit, and then rammed it back in - but this is normal for those trees.
Fiery Furnace, Arches National Park.


For +Tree Tuesday #TreeTuesday curated by +Christina Lawrie and +Shannon S. Myers.
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