Patricia mcCool

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Ten Peaks Paddle

This Eastern Screech #owl looks like it is clearly done with Monday. This funny photo of the owl was taken at #Okefenokee National #WildlifeRefuge in #Georgia. Okefenokee is like no other place on earth, where natural beauty and wilderness prevail. It preserves the Okefenokee Swamp, providing vital habitats for birds, reptiles and other wildlife. Photo by Graham McGeorge (

Check out this epic aerial battle between a #BaldEagle & two seagulls. David Canales (@dcanak1) captured this once-in-a-lifetime photo from his kayak on #PrinceWilliamSound in #Alaska while on an 11-day expedition from Valdez to Whittier. Photo courtesy of David Canales (@dcanak1).

The cow didn't get the memo. Le Tour de France is in town. Evacuation from stage 10. #moo #letour #traffic #mygettyoffice #gettysport #pyrenees #cow

Alan Stern and Bill Nye

There's something special about an alpine start. Luke Konarzewski took this awesome photo on June 10 while on a solo climb of #MountRainier -- the towering icon in Mount Rainier #NationalPark’s landscape. The photo is from the top of the Cleaver section on the #DisappointmentCleaver route, showing the #stars glittering overhead and the #NorthernLights shimmering in the distance. Using a long exposure, Konarzewski was able to pick up what he says is one of the most fantastic scenes that he has ever witnessed in the mountains. Photo courtesy of Luke Konarzewski.

Profanities of Glee

Oblique light

Trondheim Nidelva and Brygga

Cherry Tree

Last Ride

@travisburkephotography About the shot: We set out on a hike along the outskirts of San Diego. After climbing a few thousand feet, we made it to the top of the mountain a little before sunset. It was intimidating to walk out onto this rock for the first time and at some points it's only a few inches thick, but after a few good bounce tests we decided it was safe and set up our tent just in time to watch the sun go down. We stayed up that night to watch the city lights slowly illuminate the landscape below as the stars shined bright overhead. How the shot was captured


Chiang Mai rice terraces