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Another take on this nice bridge in Rock Creek Park in Washington DC but this time, with more foreground. I just had to do this one again.

This photo shows the tops of two massive boulders on Dumbarton Rock. Great practice before attempting the western face.

 

Reach - Emad Yaghoubi

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Another shot of Boulder Creek in Colorado

Map

 

It was a fun challenge to shoot this artist in the jump lol

Today's visit to the Boulder sim with its colonial-style buildings and old cars reminded me of today's Cuba, which is so beautiful!

 

map: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Boulder/232/187/23

 

tune: youtu.be/blUSVALW_Z4

Having a little fun - the bison (buffalo) look like huge boulders when presented in mono and some artistic sketch.

Happy Slider Sunday!

 

The idea was inspired by artist Bev Doolittle's - "Calling The Buffalo"

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Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC

Meet the penguins at Boulders Beach.

 

When it comes to picture-postcard beaches in Cape Town, you're spoilt for choice, but Boulders Beach offers up something the others don't – African Penguins!

The beautiful Boulders Beach is one of Cape Town’s most visited beaches and the only place in the world where you get close to African Penguins.

Beautiful photogenic coastal land inspired by the African Penguins of South Africa

 

LM: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Boulder/190/131/22

Beautiful photogenic coastal land inspired by the African Penguins of South Africa

 

LM: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Boulder/190/131/22

Beautiful photogenic coastal land inspired by the African Penguins of South Africa

 

LM: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Boulder/190/131/22

Beautiful photogenic coastal land inspired by the African Penguins of South Africa.

 

maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Boulder/180/135/18

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langdale boulders in the rain took this a few weeks back

sums up the weather where having on this Easter holidays .

A view of Boulder Beach in Acadia National Park, Maine.

Take the lighthouse away and this photograph reminds me of some of the early black and white shots of Mars by NASA. The light is similar because it is so early in the morning that it approximates the dimmer light on the red planet.

 

These boulders provide a wonderful play of light and shadow. Unlike the Dolerite rocks I have previously mentioned, these are smoother and almost black and granite-like.

 

So for just a moment, imagine we are on a visit to Mars with the Viking Landers.

Early sunrise in early September its always a waiting game to see just what colours will develop in the mornings, but mother nature always keeps you guessing.

Gengið að Stórurð (Hrafnabjargaurð) frá Innri Hríshöfða sem er Njarðvíkurmeginn gangan er um 5,5 km hvora leið og tekur um 2,5 klst. One of East Iceland's most illustrious spots is the Stórurð. It consists of gigantic tuff boulders, charming meadows and attractive ponds. This wonderful scene can be reached in 2.5 hours on foot from Vatnsskarð pass.

Late evening at Port Nanven, Cornwall.It was practically dark when I took this 220 second exposure and I got a good soaking from the drizzle and incoming tide too. But I do like the look of these rounded granite boulders and the rocky outcrops in this shot as they frame the twin promontories out in the ocean.

 

Pic of the week winner in Amateur Photographer Magazine 11th July 2020.

Gengið að Stórurð (Hrafnabjargaurð) frá Innri Hríshöfða sem er Njarðvíkurmeginn gangan er um 5,5 km hvora leið og tekur um 2,5 klst. One of East Iceland's most illustrious spots is the Stórurð. It consists of gigantic tuff boulders, charming meadows and attractive ponds. This wonderful scene can be reached in 2.5 hours on foot from Vatnsskarð pass.

Stumbled across the boulder by chance on my last visit here before leaving for home the next morning, pure luck I had the right tide height too

Gengið að Stórurð (Hrafnabjargaurð) frá Innri Hríshöfða sem er Njarðvíkurmeginn gangan er um 5,5 km hvora leið og tekur um 2,5 klst. One of East Iceland's most illustrious spots is the Stórurð. It consists of gigantic tuff boulders, charming meadows and attractive ponds. This wonderful scene can be reached in 2.5 hours on foot from Vatnsskarð pass.

No idea if this Moeraki Boulder came from the sea and was lodged in the land or if it was in the hillside and erosion is starting to reveal it

Gengið að Stórurð (Hrafnabjargaurð) frá Innri Hríshöfða sem er Njarðvíkurmeginn gangan er um 5,5 km hvora leið og tekur um 2,5 klst. One of East Iceland's most illustrious spots is the Stórurð. It consists of gigantic tuff boulders, charming meadows and attractive ponds. This wonderful scene can be reached in 2.5 hours on foot from Vatnsskarð pass.

These rocks were deposited at the end of the last glaciation approximately 10 thousand years ago. Over time the water has smoothed and polished them. The foreground granite boulder is about 6 feet long. The groves created by water erosion when the river is several feet higher (i.e. during spring runoff). Water levels are exceptionally low due to this summer's drought.

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97/100 Paddles, 2016.

After months I found the time and spirit again to make a blogpost of a sim I visited. See my images and read my liines.

LM included in the blogpost:

exploringslwithdido.blogspot.com/2020/08/boulder.html

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