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A truly atmospheric spot. They also have a single column with a Medusa head as its base.

Remembering 23 years ago, when we visited Turkey.
These ancient Roman cisterns are deep below the old section of Istanbul (formerly Constantinople).


 

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Yes - When we were there the bottom pic column base was underwater.
Looks like they drained the cistern??
 

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Borabadur, in Central Java.
The largest Buddhist shrine in the world

 
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Aspen Spring in Santa Fe.

 

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The Ft Worth Water Gardens.
Designed by Philip Johnson.
To smooth out the fast blowing sunset clouds and show the water movement, I elected to use a slow 60 second exposure.

 
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Quote from the movie, "Jeremiah Johnson" -
"....this land is the marrow of the world.
And by God I was right.”
Infinite "liquified" sandstone geological formations and the galactic core of the Milky Way at night.
Vermillion Cliffs area of Arizona.


 

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Remembering my American Alpine Institute expedition to Ecuador 1995.
We summited the 3 highest volcanoes in Ecuador.
Highest was Chimborazo at 20,703ft.


 

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Got high altitude sickness on all 3 summits : hyperventilating, nausea, fatigue.
Kept reminding myself I was on vacation - LOL.
Definitely something I'm proud of, but not much fun.
Difficult to even take photographs on the climbs.


 

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I remembering trying to navigate through these incredible crevasses on this glacier was a little nerve wracking. Trusting in your crampons and ice axe to keep a firm footing!


 

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North Shore of Boston
Incredible. And scary. Love the photos. Incredible color.
 
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Volcanic tuff formations in the hills of Cappadocia - Turkey.


 

gfroman

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Jökulsárlón - Iceland's sparkling Ice Diamond Beach.


 

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The Moroccan Elders - Chefchaouen, Morocco.


 

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I stumbled on this old Sadhu "Holy Man", while visiting the city of Pashupatinath near Katmandu, Nepal.
He was living in a small, ancient mausoleum in the cemetery.
His dreadlocks must have been 10 feet long!


 

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Lighting the yak butter candles in Katmandu - Nepal.


 
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Continuing my Series, "People of Earth"
The Blind Woman who sees all.....
Katmandu, Nepal


 

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After the storm.....
Arches National Park - Utah


 
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Remembering our camping trip to Lake Moraine and Mount Robson.


 

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Carminito Del Rey - "The Death Hike"
Southern Spain


 

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