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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
A bee navigates the interior of a sunflower
Spain Sunrise
Beautiful Flowers at UNC
Helpless without Mom
Paradise.
Strokkur Geyser in Iceland
Heliconia Flower Petal
Hiking in Buttermilk Country Overlooking the White Mountains (self portrait)
A cattle egret raises its wings to land at Kawainui Marsh
Title is: End of the Line. Albany NY.
Self Portrait Enjoying the View From Alstrom Point
Our way of Travel
Red Hill Cinder Cone in Inyo County, California
Water lilies at the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens
Admiration Society
Early Morning in a port in Germany
A pink lotus flower between the leaves
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Strokkur Geyser in Iceland

Strokkur Geyser erupts once every 6-10 minutes. It is one of Icelands most famous geysers and easily accessible by road. As a result plenty of tourists can be found there at any given time. Due to the limited nature of traveling abroad, I decided to include the people to add scale to the 20-40m high fountain.

TAGS: Geyser, Iceland

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Mississauga, Canada
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Date Taken: 09.2015
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 27, 2017, 8:42 p.m.
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