Hunts Mesa by mreyfman

Sunset chasing the late afternoon storm out of Monument Valley. Hunts Mesa, Monument Valley tribal Park, Arizona, USA. Panoramic

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Swinging Barrika by wilcowesterduin

Barrika beach, Basque country, Spain. Tectonic plates colliding, pushed stone layers up vertically, creating a wonderful jurassic landscape. Please click on the photo to see in black.

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Knots by hillsee

Image from a single RAW file, processed with input from Daniel James Greenwood​ ~ and Phillip Norman​. Two of the better humans on the planet, as well as highly talented photographers, teachers, and partners in creative exploits….

Taken while guest instructor on Paul Hoelen​’s workshop in the Tarkine, Tasmania. Sensational workshop ~ insane and powerful place!


“There is something I don’t know
that I am supposed to know.
I don’t know what it is I don’t know,
and yet I am supposed to know,
and I feel I look stupid
if I seem both not to know it
and not know what it is I don’t know.
Therefore, I pretend I know it.
This is nerve-racking
since I don’t know what I must pretend to know.
Therefore, I pretend I know everything.

I feel you know what I am supposed to know
but you can’t tell me what it is
because you don’t know that I don’t know what it is.

You may know what I don’t know, but not
that I don’t know it,
and I can’t tell you. So you will have to tell me everything.”

~ R.D Laing

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As the Storm Breaks by TerraPhotographica

As the storm breaks at sunset, a winter wonderland is revealed in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area at Horseshoe Bend. The 2015 New Year’s snowstorm dropped 5 inches of snow on the Navajo Sandstone, with snow falling into Glen Canyon along the Colorado River. Along the rim of Horseshoe Bend, the snow made the footing treacherous and the edge hard to determine.

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Outburst by TerraPhotographica

A pair of powerful thunderstorms popped up over the Grand Valley late in the evening and proceeded to put on a show over Fruita and Grand Junction, Colorado, as seen from the Independence Monument Overlook in Colorado National Monument. Though the ground strikes had diminished somewhat by the time the storms moved over Grand Junction, the cloud-to-cloud strikes really lit up the heart of the storm. The canyon is lit by a combination of the moon and the city of Grand Junction.

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North Creek Falls by matt-anderson

North creek falls, located on the hike to the “Subway” @ Zion National Park, Utah. A small water cascade flowing over the red sandstone. A grueling hike, but well worth it.

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Svartifoss by Carlosmacr

Of all the waterfalls i could visit in Iceland i think this one could be the one which i saw less photographies of. Its name is Svartifoss. There were so many beautiful and different waterfalls that the name “Waterfalland” instead of Iceland would also fit to this amazing country 🙂
Thanks for your visit.

De todas las cascadas que pude ver en Islandia, creo que esta es la que menos veces he visto fotografiada. Su nombre, Svartifoss. Hab’ia tal cantidad de cascadas en Islandia (todas ellas preciosas y muy diferentes entre si) que creo que el nombre de Waterfalland no le vendria mal a este maravilloso pais.
Saludos y gracias por tu visita.

P.D. A ver si los amigos de Toronto se estan tranquilitos y dejan de tocar las narices al personal.

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