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Sunset in the Countryside
A Laysan Albatross preens while nesting at Kaena Point
Embracing My Surroundings
Entrance
Raindrops on Purple Flower
Divine Providence
Bee gathering pollen from a sunflower
Inquisitive Ape
Misty Mornings while trekking in Springbrook National Park.
Cinderella's First Castle
Lonesome Yellow Flower
A fissure in Limehouse Conservation Area
The Birds: A Tetraptych of Sesuit Harbor
Mountain Fog - Alaska
Self Portrait in the Little Colorado River Gorge
"Gateway to the Sky"
The Human Condition- Jon Bellion live at Terminal 5
Chinstrap penguin on Half Moon Island in Antarctica
Sunset in Eastham
Hunter in Mentawai jungle
The flame worker
Discarded Chairs
Self Portrait Enjoying the View of Mount Shuksan as it Clears from the Clouds
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
A fissure in Limehouse Conservation Area

I recently discovered this small area along the Niagara Escarpment. These fissures in the rock range from small crevices to large wide rock walls where you can climb down and walk in them. Be careful not to trip here or fall. Very easy place to hurt yourself from poor footing. The fissures create some dynamic lines and shapes within the rock making for strong compositional elements. The trees and their visible roots are also a common sight.

TAGS: Canada, Cave, Rocks

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Mississauga, Canada
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Date Taken: 11.2017
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