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Kono Mitsunori

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Mihara, Hiroshima, Japan.
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Robert Hájek

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Czech Republic.
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Mike Campbell

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Marsden Rock Near Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Uk
Not a great sunset but the scenery more than made up for it!
http://www.mcfoto.co.uk/Landscape/i-T8Z8gMW/A
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Giorgio Di Maurizio

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Budapest Tube
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Chan (我的世界 - My world)

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School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, Seattle, WA
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Nick Hobgood

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Albert Park in Suva, Fiji. Take the invisible elevator in the vertical tour here: https://roundme.com/tour/108127/view/271560/ On +Google Maps : https://goo.gl/maps/ZC3YEcpRMJJ2
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Grzegorz Włodarczyk

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Czech Republic - Prague
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Pascal Yuan

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Fin de journée à Port aux moines.

End of the day on Port aux Moines, Britany, France
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Kevin Whitfield

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Folkestone Harbour Kent UK
NIKON D800 F22 53s
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Peter Kurdulija

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Low Clouds Over Lowry Bay

Lower Hutt, New Zealand
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Karim Louati

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"L'amour de l'ombre"
Photographie, Route Nationale, Val de Marne, France..
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Martijn van der Nat

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Windmill Sunrise

A classic (almost cliche) Dutch scene, a windmill, a flat horizon and an awesome sky. Had to rush to get this shot. Dropped my camera from my tripod and it allmost bounced into the water. Next time I won't rush like that anymore. Looking at the scene and enjoying the view slowed me down enough to be able to shoot it properly. what do you think?

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Giorgio Di Maurizio

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Budapest 
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Nelson Martins

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Vinha
Bairrada
Portugal
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James Huang

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Princess William Sound, AK, USA
美國 阿拉斯加州 威廉王子灣
See 46 more photos and full story - please visit my blog by clicking
https://jameshuangphoto.blogspot.com/2017/01/princess-william-sound-ak-usa.html

Princess William Sound (威廉王子灣) is located on the north of the Gulf of Alaska (阿拉斯加灣), on the east side of the Kenai Peninsula (基奈半島). Its largest port is Valdez. College Fjord (學院峽灣) is inside the Princess William Sound with a 35 km (21.7 mi) long fjord and has more than 12 glaciers. It is a popular destination for cruise ships. Five of the glaciers are the tidewater glaciers (glaciers that terminate in water), and another five are large valley glaciers in College Fjord. Some of the glaciers were named after Ivy League colleges (such as Harvard, Yale, Amherst, etc.) by Harriman expedition in 1899. The original goal of the expedition was to find a way to the Klondike gold fields.

This was another amazing location to see glaciers on our Alaska cruise trip. We entered the Princess William Sound which was a beautiful bay on the way to College Fjord. We needed to voyage through lots of islands and channels in order to reach the College Fjord. It was an unforgettable experience to see miles of mountains with snow and glaciers on the snow capped peaks. It took us two hours from the Princess William Sound to the entrance of College Fjord. Before we entered College Fjord, we passed the Port Wells. We saw a series of glaciers on our left once we entered the College Fjord. Far away at the head of College Fjord is the Harvard Glacier on Harvard Arm. The other major glacier is the Yale Glacier next to the Harvard Glacier on the Yale Arm. The 2.4 km (1.5 mi) wide, 76.2 m (250 ft) high magnificent Harvard Glacier is the 2nd largest glacier in the Princess William Sound. Although the glaciers we saw all had black small rocks which made them looked not so pretty, but the massive size and the surroundings were really stunning.........
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Mónica Rojas

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In Kelowna, from Knox Mountain, Canada.
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Zekeriya GÜNEY

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Talas,Kayseri,Turkey
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Carlos Cruz Ortiz

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hi my friends, I'm again in this space, I have a picture for yours. I hope like it, HDR.

 
Hola Amigos y Amigas, de nueva cuenta por estos rumbos. Saludos. Me reincorporo con esta foto, de San Antonio Mextepec, San Felipe del Progreso, Estado de México, México. HDR
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Eva Katharina Photography

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Country: Germany
Camera: Canon Eos 80d
Lens: Sigma 105mm

http://www.evakatharina.com/2017/01/07.html
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James Huang

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Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, AK, USA
美國 阿拉斯加州 冰川灣國家公園
See 60 more photos and full story - please visit my blog by clicking
https://jameshuangphoto.blogspot.com/2017/01/glacier-bay-national-park-and-preserve.html

One of its kind, Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve (冰川灣國家公園) is located in the Hoonah-Angoon Census Area (胡納-安貢人口普查區), Southeast Alaska, Alaska, USA. Its population was 2,150 in 2010. It was designated as a National Monument on Feb 26, 1925. It was designated as a National Park & Preserve on Dec 2, 1980 and as a World Heritage site in 1986. The national park and preserve covers 1,328,583 hectares (3,283,000 acres). It was a single, large tidewater glacier that covered all of Glacier Bay 250 years ago. Today it has retreated 60 miles to the head of the bay. There are over 50 named glaciers, seven of which are active tidewater glaciers that calve icebergs into the sea. Most of the park's glaciers originated between elevations from 2,440 to 4,570 m (8,000 to 15,000 ft).

We took the cruise ship to visit this amazing site in July. It is best accessed by cruise ships for tourists because the area is vast with only 16 km (10 mi) trails and it is preserved. Eighty nine percent of tourists visit Glacier Bay via cruise ship and 3% by tour boats in 2015 according to the statistics. A unique benefit when you take the cruise ship is the rangers from National Park Service are onboard the ship and share their knowledge about the Glacier Bay and its ecosystem. This was the first time I have seen so many glaciers in a single trip. The cruise ship we took was the 115,875 ton Diamond Princess. It was incredibly amazing to see that such a big ship could approach so close to the edge of glaciers. We entered the bay from south and the rangers boarded the cruise ship here in the early morning around 6 am when most of the passengers were not awake yet. It was the only entrance to discover the wonder of the glaciers. We spent the whole day here to enjoy the amazing landscape and nature in Glacier Bay. The first tidewater glacier highlight was the Reid Glacier, followed by Lamplugh Glacier. The ship turned left to the Johns Hopkins Inlet where we saw Topeka Glacier on the right and John Hopkins Glacier straight ahead with a small portion of Gilman Glacier on the left side of the John Hopkins Glacier........
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