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The three granite peaks with vertical walls have given the name to this area in southern Chilean Patagonia: Torres del Paine. They nicely reflect in one of the many lakes. On a calm weather the lakes’ surfaces are smooth like mirrors. All over the places, the landscapes are just breathtaking!
Low and wide angle shot at the lakeshore of Lake Chuzenji, located in Nikko, one of the famous historic and scenic places in the area close to Tokyo.
Convict Lake is a lake in the Sherwin Range of the Sierra Nevada in California, USA. It is known for its fishing and the dramatic mountains (including Mount Morrison) that surround the lake. Its surface lies at an elevation of 7,850 ft. (2,393 m).
The lake was named after an incident on September 23, 1871, where a group of convicts escaped from prison in Carson City. A posse, from Benton, led by Deputy Sheriff George Hightower, encountered the convicts near the head of what is now Convict Creek. Posse member Robert Morrison, a Benton merchant and Wells Fargo Agent, was killed in the encounter, and Mount Morrison was named after him.
Stitch of several images to get the wider view there at the pretty lake in Glacier National Park.
Hooker Lake at the foot of Aoraki/Mt. Cook, New Zealand, with some floating icebergs. It was quite windy and the cloud formations were quickly changing, but unfortunately the view to the very top of Mt Cook kept obstructed at sunset. In return the colors in the clouds were amazing.
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spring arrives gently, some clouds move away in the afternoon sky/El lago Mälaren, imperceptiblemente se va haciendo primavera, unas nubes se alejan en el cielo de la tarde/Vindstilla, några snälla moln vandrar förbi Mälaren, våren nalkas.
After I dropped Joey off at school I was headed to the Skyline Drive to get some new images...that was until I remembered that my wife was at a client meeting all day. That meant I should be the "Responsible Daddy" and stay where I had cell signal in case something happened and I needed to get Joey from school. Yes, there is little to no cell signal ANYWHERE along the Skyline Drive (Shenandoah National Park). "Aughh".
So I decided to toot around while the clouds were nice and see what I could find to shoot. I found a nice 120 acre lake along route 340 which offered a few nice shots. And, I think I found somewhere that I can take Joey fishing this summer. Yay.
Emerald Lake is located in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada. It is the largest of Yoho's 61 lakes and ponds.
The first European to set sight on Emerald Lake was guide Tom Wilson, who stumbled upon it by accident in 1882. A string of his horses had gotten away, and it was while tracking them that he first entered the valley. The lake had an impression on even the most seasoned of explorers: "For a few moments I sat on my horse and enjoyed the rare, peaceful beauty of the scene." It was Wilson who gave the lake its name because of its remarkable colour, caused by fine particles of glacial sediment, also referred to as rock flour, suspended in the water.
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Moraine Lake, in Banff National Park, Alberta Canada
Last evenings view exposing the lack of snow with grass showing. A few weeks back there was four to five inches of snow covering the grass and lake.
The crystal clear waters of Upper Waterton Lakes. This is in Waterton National Park in Canada looking south to Glacier National Park in the USA.
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Lake reflection in North Iceland.
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Early evening on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe
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Lovatnet is a lake in the municipality of Stryn in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway.
Lovatnet ist ein Fjordsee im Westen von Norwegen
Patricia Lake is a lake in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada, near the town of Jasper.
Der Patricia Lake / See liegt im Jasper Nationalpark in der kanadischen Provinz Alberta in der nähe von Jasper.
Taal Volcano is an active volcano which can be found at Tagaytay PH. Its location is very unique because it was formed at the center of a lake. If you wish to see the volcano's crater, there are some tour guides who are offering this service. Less than an hour of boat ride and an hour of horse back riding then you'll be able to see it's biggest crater at the center.
Aside from that, you'll experience a cold wind in Tagaytay at night. This is the main reason why many Pilipinos visit this city mostly during summer, which is the school vacation here in PH, and on the last quarter of the year.
Since it's summer during the time i took this shot, my family and i went up to Tagaytay to relax and for our younger cousins to try out horse back riding. On the place where we stayed, i saw that Taal Volcano can be seen clearly so i get my camera and take some shots of it.
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Crater Lake National Park is an awesome place! So astonishing to realize that 7,700 years ago Mount Mazama blew it's top off and then the remainder of the approximately 12,000 foot mountain fell into the magma chamber. Centuries of snow and rain filled the basin forming a lake 1,943 feet deep at it's deepest point. The tallest point on the rim is 1,978 feet and the lake is 6 miles across at it's widest.
East end of Spiritwood Lake, North Dakota.
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