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Winding Canyon River
Jump in the pool
The child in the human storm
Graffiti Alley
Standing Alone
Waiting for helicopter.
The Watering Hole
Ship in the sea of grass.
Base Camp Achik-Tash
Grand Love
Orange
Vibrant Sunset in Little Tennessee
Call to home
Pacific Storm
Freedom
Sunrise , Algeria.
A seashell pearl ring
Lion with a Thompson's gazelle - Serengeti National Park Tanzania
Freedom
Woodpecker and its pantry
A lone Tree Seen on a Misty Morning @ coaker's Walk, Kodaikanal,TN,India
Fight for the Game
Goal!
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Vibrant Sunset in Little Tennessee

Sustainable travel project, to me, means keeping Mother Earth as beautiful as she once was with different messages whether it's through photography or through blogs. We cannot damage where we were created under one sky. Mother Earth gave us a place of rest, food, water and other living creatures for us to be nurtured with her love. I have never once been on the East Coast and once I made it to the Nantahala Gorge, I was truly inspired to explore as much hidden gems as possible. I am also an adrenaline junkie so I love cliff jumping. After cliff jumping many times in Little Tennessee, the sun began to set and looking at the bluish, orange skies, I decided it was the perfect moment to capture this photo. It represents sustainable travel because the waters are not tainted and as the wise man once said, "When the last tree is cut and the last river is poisoned, then you will realize that man cannot eat money."

TAGS: North Carolina, River

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Date Taken: 07.2016
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 16, 2016, 1:50 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Bryson City, North Carolina, United States of America