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Water Taxi departing Granville Island at dusk.
Destination: Bowen Island
Burrard Bridge (c. 1932)
The last photo in the ice-series.........the temperature rose back above 0 degrees Celsius and every frozen drop melted into water again.
I hope winter will return with snow.... still dreaming of a white christmas...... ;-)
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Here is one last look at Pearson's Falls, near Saluda, North Carolina. For this picture, I zoomed into the center portion of the falls to emphasize the water action.
Sairung waterfall also known as Rainbow waterfall. This is the most accessible waterfall in Khao Lak and is used by tourist and locals alike.
Detalle de la cascada "Fervenza do río Belelle" en al provincia de la Coruña, Espectacular salto de 45 m. En la foto solo se ve la parte final , formando una densa cortina.
"I want to be like water. I want to slip through fingers, but hold up a ship." - quote Jhiess Krieg
Brothers Water reflections on a grey day with Middle Dodd in the distance. (756)
I took this photo in a late afternoon last May. The field had become a water land in the season preparing for planting rice.
To the other side of the bridge there is a streaming river flowing.
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A zoomed in view of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone taken from Artist's Point. It's song is memorably thunderous, powerful and enthralling.
At 308 feet, the Lower Falls is the tallest waterfall in the park. In terms of height alone, it’s more than twice the size of Niagara Falls. And has by far the largest volume of falling water than any other waterfall in the Rockies.
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by Bean Goose :)
location :Lake Biwa ( Biwako) ,Shiga Prefecture,Japan
Lake Biwa is Japan's largest lake, which has a total area of approximately 670 ㎢ and a circumference of approximately 235 km. Its average depth is approximately 41 meters and deepest point approximately 104 meters. It supports an abundance of life and industry around the area widely.
It is also regarded as the third oldest ancient lake in the world, after Lake Baikal and LakeTanganyika,and which is calculated at over four million years old. It was designated as a UNESCO Ramsar Wetland(1993) in accordance with the Ramsar Convention.
Oohishikui ( Bean Goose=Anser Fabalis Middendorffii ) has been designated a natural monument in Japan..***
Alaska's Virgin Creek Falls had a lulling and lovely song coming from it's 3 tumbles, from the chute to the small segmented cascades. I was able to discern and enjoy each one's particular song. Together they made a beautiful symphony of hypnotic harmony. Was hard to leave.
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A long exposure, landscape image of Skogafoss in Southern Iceland, on a very wet morning.
What would we be without water?
“Water is the driving force in nature.”
Quote ― Leonardo da Vinci
“You are water
we’re all water in different containers
that’s why it’s so easy to meet
someday we’ll evaporate together.”
Quote ― Yoko Ono
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