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Chipmunk imitating a Meerkat
N!ani the Bushman Hunter
Boy in Color
Family of deer outside our window!
Approaching sunset at Au Train
Reflective of a self
Three Mile Island
Jaguar
Elephant grazing at sunrise in Kruger National Park
Tulip from my garden
Migrating Sandhill Cranes
Going to the top
Cranberry harvest in Bala, Muskoka, Canada
The Floating Market
Mt. Rainier plays Peek-a-boo
Sunset while sailing off the Italian coast.
Sunrise at the Marquette Harbor Light
Oryx herd in Etosha pan at dawn
I love Paris
Spirogyra in conjugation
Traveling through Ontario, Terry Fox Monument
Beyond the Fence
Zebra stampede in Etosha
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Going to the top

Curves, shapes and swishing coats is quite usual combination for the North of Iceland. This picture was taken at the Krafla's Caldera - one of the most mysterious places in the world that had 29 reported eruptions in recorded history.

TAGS: Hiking, Iceland, Landscape, Mountains, Nature

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Date Taken: 11.2016
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 15, 2016, 8:58 a.m.
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