Not often that one can see a river take a 90° turn, but... it is obviously possible. I think there's a waterfall in that corner. The lava field that you can see in this shot was formed in the 10th century, after the Settlement. Its dimensions (52 km long and 7 km wide) suggest that the eruption lasted for months. A characteristic of this area are the labyrinths of caves and tunnels created by the flow of molten lava, which continued running under a crust of already solidified lava. Exif: ISO…
New York Secret Rooftop World
Amazing aerial shots give you a view of city's skyline as you've never seen it before. By Landsliders Aerial Photography. Secret world: One of photographer Alex Maclean's amazing aerial shots shows a block in Upper West Side. Growing trend: A one acre urban farm in the Long Island City
Follow Your Dreams Fine Art Print | Etsy
This image is printed onto gorgeous heavyweight (255gsm) archival Somerset Enhanced Etching Paper using the finest archival fade resistant inks. Your print will be signed and dated, sealed in a protective cellophane sleeve and sent in a very sturdy cardboard mailer to ensure it arrives to you in
DECORATED BEAUTY is Unidentified Mexican Beauty: Tiger Moth - What's That Bug?
what’s this moth? Dear Bugman, I found this moth in my kitchen in southern Mexico City this morning (December). I didn’t think it was even a real bug at first, but it is. It has a red and black abdomen. The green markings are actually greyer than they look in the photo. What the heck [...]
Tagus Linear Park by Topiaris Landscape Architecture 36 « Landscape Architecture Platform
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