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Up Close and Personal
Catchin' Waves
Spider's Web with Dew
blue tanager taken from my 2nd story bedroom
In The Valley of the Ten Peaks
Remains of the day
Monster in the Pool
Explore the Unknown
Beautiful egret gracefully balancing on a silky carpet of green mossy coquina.Nature's Painting.
leopards look like blanket
Mount Victoria overlooking Lake Louise
Nature Trails
Old Scituate Lighthouse at Sunset
Couple of storks
Get Lost in the Palms
zebras look like chest xray
sloth on bougainvillea
I See You
Eat Your Words
Selfie 2.0
Reflecting pools of Yarmouth lighthouse
male green iguanas fighting by pond
A New Perspective
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Nature Trails

The Chimney Bluffs were created during the last Ice Age. They are slowly eroding every year and new trails have to be made in order to get from one side to the other. You can hike through the woods, along the edge and also along the beach side. I would advise not to hike down the bluffs.

TAGS: Adventure, Hiking, New York, United States

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Palmyra, New York, United States of America
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Date Taken: 05.2015
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