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Afterglow at Carhead

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Río Grande, Puerto Rico

PARK AVE, Arches National Park

Nature's Painting..

The Nave of Yosemite [explore]

SWITZERLAND, Trift Bridge, Triftbrücke

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KnightMoves

Happy World Photography Day 2013!

Pristine Waters

Tree

Silky Autumn Stream in the Smokies

Dragon Head

Fir Trees Avenue

A Feast of Colors

Colorful

Waterfall

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The Gorge at Watkins Glen - Photograph by Peter Rivera - Watkins Glen State Park is located outside the village of Watkins Glen, New York, south of Seneca Lake in Schuyler County in the Finger Lakes region. The centerpiece of the park is a 400-foot-deep (120 m) narrow gorge cut through rock by a stream – Glen Creek – that was left hanging when glaciers of the Ice age deepened the Seneca valley, increasing the tributary stream gradient to create rapids and waterfalls wherever there were layers of hard rock. [Source] The park features three trails – open mid-May to early November – by which one can climb or descend the gorge. The Southern Rim and Indian Trails run along the wooded rim of the gorge, while the Gorge Trail is closest to the stream and runs over, under and along the park’s 19 waterfalls by way of stone bridges and more than 800 stone steps. The trails connect to the Finger Lakes Trail, an 800-mile (1280 km) system of trails throughout New York state posted by https://www.facebook.com/nefeli.aggellou

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300 year old oak trees, Oak Alley Plantation, Louisiana Repin http://pinterest.com/pin/472737292105792060/