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  • Midnight in Iceland.
  • Midnight in Iceland.
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  • The past days in Switzerland 🇨🇭 really felt like hiking through a paradise of mountains and alpine lakes. Nestled among steep ridges and green me...
  • The past days in Switzerland 🇨🇭 really felt like hiking through a paradise of mountains and alpine lakes. Nestled among steep ridges and green meadows, this church above lago di poschiavo was one of so many highlights along the way. #graubünden
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  • Still not really feeling the summer vibes here in Iceland, forgive me😁.
  • Still not really feeling the summer vibes here in Iceland, forgive me😁.
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  • Who ever had the idea to built a restaurant nearly straight into a mountain was a genius. Such a photogenic place to have Lunch!
  • Who ever had the idea to built a restaurant nearly straight into a mountain was a genius. Such a photogenic place to have Lunch!
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  • about 100 meters deep and about two kilometres long, this is Fjaðrárgljúfur.
  • about 100 meters deep and about two kilometres long, this is Fjaðrárgljúfur.
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  • BBQ season is here, smells like teen spare ribs!
  • BBQ season is here, smells like teen spare ribs!
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  • Dragon and Nighthawk preparing their Prestige Worldwide takeover🥁 🇯🇵
  • Dragon and Nighthawk preparing their Prestige Worldwide takeover🥁 🇯🇵
  • 9 1 yesterday
  • New York 🗽 | USA 🇺🇲
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  • shot by 📷 @landlifelove 🌍 Location :Banff,Alberta 💥 Congratulations 🎉🏆🎉 _____________________________________ Friends please join us in congratulating our featured artist and be sure to visit their amazing gallery to see more shots ! for a chance to be featured you are welcome to follow and tag your earth shots #bns_earth Selected by @cjaquedm Please check out @bestnatureshot #bestnatureshot @amazing_shots #amazing_shots _______________________________________
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  • Memories from Yosemite
  • Memories from Yosemite
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  • 1 shot of mixed greens on the rocks .
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  • 1 shot of mixed greens on the rocks . . . 215/365
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  • I have been noticing a significant amount of our palms in socal being removed.
"Like so many things in Socal,the palm tree was an import from somew...
  • I have been noticing a significant amount of our palms in socal being removed. "Like so many things in Socal,the palm tree was an import from somewhere else that over time became inextricably symbolic of its adopted home. . But the trees, so identified with the sun-splashed excitement of Los Angeles, are facing a decidedly darker fate. They are dying of fatal fungus and under threat of invasive insects in parks and along streets. And for the most part, the city has chosen to replace them not with new palms but with native trees that are more drought-tolerant and shadier, said Leon Borodinsky, a tree surgeon for the department of Recreation and Parks. . City officials say they don’t know how many palm trees have been lost. In 1990, a city tally put the number of palms on L.A.’s streets at 75,000. That number has declined, officials said, but they are not sure by how much. . The decline in palm trees is part of a larger trend in L.A.’s treescape. In the next five years, the city will lose enough trees to disease and pests that it will take 30 to 50 years to replenish them, Borodinsky said. . In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Los Angeles decorated itself with a diversity of palms to enchant newcomers, Farmer said. The city imported its palm trees from all over the world, since only one species, the California fan palm, is native to the state. . Palm trees flourished in LA alongside the automobile and expansive freeways.Hollywood sealed the deal as movies turned the palm tree into an internationally recognized symbol of Los Angeles. . No threats have proved as deadly to palms as the South lAmerican palm weevil and Fusarium fungus. Each can kill a healthy palm tree on its own. . Help save L.A.'s palm trees California residents can help prevent the spread threats to palm trees. Researchers from the Riverside Invasive Species program said residents should not move palms and palm tree waste from one area to another. Also avoid using chainsaws to prune palm trees. If pruning a tree is necessary, use a flat edge blade that has been sterilized to remove remaining fungus. People should also refrain from transporting firewood.” Article by LA times. Photo by @serinawolf_
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  • Когда с такой красивой барышней, в красном спорткаре, да на морях😉 Конечно можно и поулыбаться 🙈 .
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Кинбурн)) мы тебя уже полюбили😍 Теперь вдво...
  • Когда с такой красивой барышней, в красном спорткаре, да на морях😉 Конечно можно и поулыбаться 🙈 . . Кинбурн)) мы тебя уже полюбили😍 Теперь вдвоём 🙌🏻 #oleynik_viktoryia
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  • Kijk ff wat een plaatje joh! Fijne avondwandeling in Wijk bij Duurstede.
  • Kijk ff wat een plaatje joh! Fijne avondwandeling in Wijk bij Duurstede.
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  • Not bad.
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Believe it or not, there is no filter on this.
  • Not bad. . . Believe it or not, there is no filter on this.
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