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Colors of late autumn IV Crimson maples leaves,... | Robert Koehler Travel Photography

Lotus Pond

High, blue autumn sky above Changgyeonggung... | Robert Koehler Travel Photography

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Longleaf pines cast long shadows in morning fog hanging low over the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando. Rainfall here rehydrates the Floridan Aquifer and also flows south through the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes toward Lake Okeechobee and the Everglades. The rare longleaf pine forests provide essential habitat for the Florida Wildlife Corridor (@fl_wildcorridor). Photo by @carltonward. Stay tuned as this Instagram tour continues traveling north through the heart of the Peninsular Florida.

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Glencoyne Bay

Trailer Park, and a 25 second time exposure. Montauk.

like a oriental painting

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“This time-lapse shows flowers opening on a ‘Daydream’ hybrid echinopsis cactus,” explains succulent enthusiast Greg Krehel (@echinopsisfreak). “The video shows eight hours of action. The flowers open overnight and rarely last more than a single day.” After years of owning desert-loving cacti that succumbed to Miami’s sogginess, Greg one day inadvertently took home an echinopsis, a genus of frequently-flowering cactus that thrives in humidity. What started as a chance encounter soon became an obsession. “Now I’m at 100 echinopsis species and hybrids,” says Greg. Through time-lapse photography, Greg is able to capture, condense and share his many cacti’s brilliant blooms. As Greg explains, “my passion for the cacti themselves has morphed into a passion for imaging them.” To see more vivid time-lapse videos of Greg’s diverse echinopsis family, follow @echinopsisfreak. Video by @echinopsisfreak

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"Watchin' the tide roll away..."