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earthyday:

 Valley Of Shadow Of Death  by Beno Saradzic
nikolawashere:

A rainbow spans over a valley between the Hohes Goell and Schneibstein mountains near the Carl-von-Stahl-Haus Alpine Club hut in the Berchtesgaden, Bavaria
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nikolawashere:

A rainbow spans over a valley between the Hohes Goell and Schneibstein mountains near the Carl-von-Stahl-Haus Alpine Club hut in the Berchtesgaden, Bavaria

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plasmatics-life:

Sunset | (by Formalist)

plasmatics-life:

Sunset | (by Formalist)

excdus:

Sunrise over Cuernos del Paine mountains in Torres del Paine-Patagonia
Ania.Photography

excdus:

Sunrise over Cuernos del Paine mountains in Torres del Paine-Patagonia

Ania.Photography

mstrkrftz:

Night Flight by Mikko Lagerstedt
earthyday:

 Distant Light  by Andre Kleynhans
elenamorelli:

{ dreaming of the stars }

elenamorelli:

{ dreaming of the stars }

favorite-season:

Autumn Impression by  Jan Geerk

stereocolours:

Cosmic Manoeuvres by Adam Marshall
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treyratcliffphotos:

The Crazy Colors of Death Valley
I had no idea Death Valley would be so full of colors! Of course, the HDR process takes the existing colors and really helps them to stand out… and, as everyone knows, that’s perfectly cool with me!I was close to this area back in college when I used to have a double-major in geophysics and computer-science. I ended up dropping the geo bit of it because of a fight with the professor, but I’ve always kept my fascination with rocks. I don’t know enough about everything I see… like, when I see this below, I have a few ideas on what probably made it like this, but I don’t know for sure. Either way, it’s awesome… I’m glad for all the sulfur and iron in the area and its apparent randomness!- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

treyratcliffphotos:

The Crazy Colors of Death Valley

I had no idea Death Valley would be so full of colors! Of course, the HDR process takes the existing colors and really helps them to stand out… and, as everyone knows, that’s perfectly cool with me!

I was close to this area back in college when I used to have a double-major in geophysics and computer-science. I ended up dropping the geo bit of it because of a fight with the professor, but I’ve always kept my fascination with rocks. I don’t know enough about everything I see… like, when I see this below, I have a few ideas on what probably made it like this, but I don’t know for sure. Either way, it’s awesome… I’m glad for all the sulfur and iron in the area and its apparent randomness!

- Trey Ratcliff

Click here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.