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Steve Scribner

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Steve Scribner

Steve Scribner - Photographer

The adventure of traveling to locations around the world is my passion. I love the experience of seeing wonderful landscapes and the juxtaposition of location with nature and wildlife.

I founded my photography company many years back. I call it my Wanderer’s Passion and my website is https://WanderersPassion.com. My website is my way to share with my friends, family, and fans. I post new images from my travels and offer to signup to receive a Newsletter covering my plans. Perhaps my images will help you remember somewhere you have enjoyed or might like to go. The website links to my photo gallery, which is hosted on Photo Art Pavilion. PAP takes care of the commercial aspects of my business. I offer large-scale prints to decorate the walls of your homes and businesses. You may come and browse, and any orders will be printed onto your choice of materials, mounted, and shipped free to anywhere in the USA.

I started in 1971 when my mother passed along my father’s SLR camera upon his death. It was always dad who shot the pictures – and then it became me who needed to learn how to see and capture my own experiences. I had a young family at the time, and they were a natural bunch of subjects, but I was also intrigued by what I was seeing when and where I traveled as part of my work.

I won my first major photo contest with the Porsche company in Germany in 1984 with a shot that I captured at Laguna Seca Raceway in California. It was published worldwide on the cover of Porsche’s calendar and was awarded a trip to Germany at Porsche's expense.

Waterscapes

Numerous lakes in the Alberta, Canada countryside provide numerous wonderful; and diverse views to

Waterfowl Lake

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Lake Louise is one of the premier lakes to visit in the Banff region of Alberta, Canada. The color

Leading Lines

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Near to Banff and climbing out of the horizon is Rundle Mountain. A reflection can be seen on the

Rundle Mountain

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Lake Louise is one of the premier lakes to visit in the Banff region of Alberta, Canada. The color

Reflections on Lake Louise

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Lake Louise is one of the premier lakes to visit in the Banff region of Alberta, Canada. The color

Lake Louise Reflections 3

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Lake Louise is one of the premier lakes to visit in the Banff region of Alberta, Canada. The color

Lake Louise Reflections

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Emerald Lake is glacier-fed and yields a light-green/turquoise color, often a characteristic of such

Ghostly Reflections

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Emerald Lake is glacier-fed and yields a light-green/turquoise color, often a characteristic of such

Emerald Lake 1

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Emerald Lake is glacier-fed and yields a light-green/turquoise color, often a characteristic of such

Emerald Lake 3

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Emerald Lake is glacier-fed and yields a light-green/turquoise color, often a characteristic of such

Emerald Lake 2

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Sailing across the Atlantic can cause scary images of rough seas and dangerous conditions. This

Calm Cruising Across the Atlantic

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While cruising far up the fjords of Norway, we came across this waterfall near the end of

Eidfjord Falls 2

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Kirkjufell mountain is on the north side of the Snæfellsnes peninsula just west of Grundarfjörður,

Kirkjufells Mountain and Waterfalls

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The black sand beach behind the Malarrif Lighthouse along the southern coast of the Snæfellsnes

Black Sand Beach near Arnarstapi

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While cruising far up the fjords of Norway, we came across this waterfall near the end of

Eidfjord Waterfalls 1

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It was a considerable hike from the valley up to Hengifoss. These are the upper falls and the

Hengifoss

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The lower falls below Hengifoss show off well with the hexagonal basalt columns bordering each side.

Lower Hengifoss

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Gullfoss is a waterfall located on a sharp bend of the Hvítá river in southwest Iceland. The average

Gullfoss

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In modern Icelandic, the name can be read either as "waterfall of the goð (pagan idols)" or

Godafoss

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Gudbrandsjuvet is the name of a small, but scenic gorge near the Hamlet Alstad (Norddal) in Norway.

Gudbrandsjuvet Falls

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Tenaya Lake is easily accessible from Tioga Road as it crosses the Sierra Nevada range west/east

Lake Tenaya in Upper Yosemite

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The Giants Causeway is a formation of columnar basalt along the northwestern coast of Ireland,

Giants Causeway – Stormy Seas 1

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A lonely starfish sits on top of the sand, being pushed and shoved by the currents in the bay.

Starfish on Sand

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As we navigate our way back down the fjord from Hellesylt, Norway, the morning reflections

Parting Way

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Waterfalls cascade down from the mountain and flow into the fjords. The reflection forms a broken

Reflections of Waterfall on Fjord

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At the end of a fjord is a small town named Flam. The countryside around the town is quiet and

Flåm, Norway

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A zodiac speeds back across the fjord to Geiranger, Norway after delivering guests to the next town.

Zodiac Returning

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The afternoon light glances across the hills overlooking the fjord and the little town of Hellesylt,

Town Center in Hellesylt

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The famous Königsee is nearby to Berchtesgaden, Germany. The lake is long and thin, nestled into the

Obersee and Rothbach Falls

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The famous Königsee is nearby to Berchtesgaden, Germany. The lake is long and thin, nestled into the

Obersee – Königssee

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Nestled deep into the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) of Germany, Triberg is known for having one of the

Upper Triberg Waterfalls

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Nestled deep into the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) of Germany, Triberg is known for having one of the

Triberg Waterfalls

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Nestled deep into the Black Forest (Schwarzwald) of Germany, Triberg is known for having one of the

Peaceful stream in the Forest

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A lonely Roman citadel still stands high on the northern coast of the Spanish island of Mallorca

Lonely Citadel

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Sailing in the Caribbean can be quiet, peaceful, and calming. The warm waters of the islands attract

Island Sail

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The Neckar River is a wonderful playground for the German people in Baden-Württemberg, winding past

Quiet Evening on the Neckar River

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The Neckar River is a wonderful playground for the German people in Baden-Württemberg, winding past

Cruising on the Neckar River

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Nugget Falls (also known as Nugget Creek Falls or Mendenhall Glacier Waterfalls) was by far the

Nugget Falls

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Cruise ships & boats navigate the network of passages through islands on this scenic coastal route.

Inside Passage

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The Mendenhall Glacier is one of many major glaciers that connect to the vast Juneau Ice Field. It

Mendenhall Glacier

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Wintertime in Geneva, Switzerland can really limit the water sports such as sailing. This little

Winter View of a Marina in Geneva

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The spring morning light brings out the vibrance of the city. This view highlights the boardwalk and

Spring Morning in Geneva

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A peaceful, tranquil pond just outside Highlands, North Carolina has wonderful reflections of its

Mirror Pond

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Lake Sequoyah

Lake Sequoyah

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In front of the town of Geneva, Switzerland is Lake Geneva (Lac Leman) and a central attraction is

Jet D\\’Eaux 2

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In front of the town of Geneva, Switzerland is Lake Geneva (Lac Leman) and a central attraction is

Jet D\\’Eaux

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Soccer was played on a world stage in UEFA 2008. The World Championships was played across several

World Championships – 2008

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The bridge that crosses the western tip of Lake Geneva (Lac Leman) has flags that represent

Pont Mont Blanc

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Cavtat is a small island retreat south of Dubrovnik in Croatia. It was a fishing village but is

Cavtat Harbor

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View across Lake Geneva (Lac Leman) from the north side of the lake (Vevey) looking into France. The

View Across Lac Leman

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This VERY clear lake with a blue-green color in the Dolomites is called Lago di Carezza. Although

Dolomites – Clear Lake

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On the island of Bora Bora in the Tahitian islands, a beautiful beach where you can freely swim and

Matira Beach on Bora Bora

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Coastline view of Positano, Italy. the town is nestled up against the hills but has preserved the

Positano Coastline

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View from above, the fishing village of Portofino is nestled into the hillside and harbors many

Portofino

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View from above, the fishing village of Portofino is nestled into the hillside and harbors many

Entrance to Portofino

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Gondolas are used today primarily for tourist rides but in the past, they were a primary method of

Gondolas in Venice

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Dressed in the Classic Swiss Red mountain coats, hikers take a rest to enjoy their lunch at a stop

Hiker’s Lunch

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Surfing is well known on the North Shore of Oahu but bodysurfing is less common. The shorebreak at

Bodysurfing on the North Shore

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On arrival to the island of Antigua, we noticed the friendly feeling, the typical tin roofs, the

Arrival on Antigua – Close Up

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On arrival to the island of Antigua, we noticed the friendly feeling, the typical tin roofs, the

Arrival on Antigua

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On entry to St. Martins island from the port, the main street is lined with beach chairs and

Chairs and Umbrellas Await You

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A wonderfully secluded bay on St. Kitts island in the Caribbean is Cockleshell Bay. You can sail

Cockleshell Bay on St. Kitts

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A remote fishing village along the coast of Dominica, an island in the Caribbean. This view of the

Remote Fishing Village on Dominica

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A short drive up from the port and coast of Dominica are the waterfalls called Jacko Falls. The

Jacko Falls on Dominica

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Wondering down the canals of the Netherlands, you can see some wonderful modes of travel, such as

Canals Through the Countryside

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Wondering down the canals of the Netherlands, you can see some wonderful modes of travel, such as

Black Canal Boat

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More modern windmills have been constructed in the Netherlands that continue the pattern on the

Modern Windmill

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The canals are managed and protected by a neighborhood gatehouse. This one covers a major area of

Canal Gatehouse

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The historic covered bridge called the Chapel Bridge crosses over the Reuss river and connects the

Chapel Bridge

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The sentry has such a beautiful view of the ocean. However, the sentry's life is dull and mundane,

Sentry Post at Golden Hour – El Morro Point

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The luxury of enjoying the shade on an early summer afternoon in Talloires, France brings feelings

Sunday Afternoon at Talloires

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Sailing on Lake Lucerne on a beautiful sunny day relaxes the boat and mind. It seems like you don't

Sailing on Lake Lucerne

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When traveling down by cable car from the summit, this view of Lake Lucerne is breathtaking. This

View of Lake Lucerne

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Belém Tower, officially the Tower of Saint Vincent is a 16th-century fortification located in Lisbon

Belem Tower 1

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A famous navigator sailed from Belem, Portugal named Henry. This monument is dedicated to him and

Henry the Navigator

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San Cristobal is the second defensive fortification on the island to protect Old San Juan from

San Cristobal – Bell Tower

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Lake Annecy extends south from the town of Annecy on the north end (upper point in picture). The

Lac Annecy

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The ramparts of El Morro defend against invasive forces. They include cannons, sentry towers, and

Sentry Tower at El Morro

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Mallorca (Majorca) is one of Spain's Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean. It's known for beach

Formentor Point

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The impression of being in a free-fall straight towards the rocks below causes fear and fright. The

Free Fall

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The inside bay of the Cap de Formentor is peaceful and quiet. The tones of light blue are dappled

Formentor Bay

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The historic Governors Gate of Old San Juan has a protective entrance to the city. Visitors would

Governors Gate of Old San Juan 2

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The historic Governors Gate of Old San Juan has a protective entrance to the city. Visitors would

Governors Gate of Old San Juan 1

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The ramparts of San Cristobal look down the island past the city of San Juan and on to the rest of

Ramparts at San Cristobal

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Casting your fishing line into the sea can face a stiff wind from the west with storm surf and

Fishing along the Coast

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The Giants Causeway is a formation of columnar basalt along the northwestern coast of Ireland, below

Giants Causeway – Stormy Seas 2

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The Irish headlands jut out into the Atlantic ocean with a strong and resilient face, perhaps like

Irish Headlands 1

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Bora Bora is a magical place on this earth. Across the string of islands in French Polynesia, you

Bora Bora – in Panorama

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Looking over the shallow beds of coral, you see a fishing shack built on stilts. The fisherman can

Fishing Shack off Raiatea

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The island of Bora Bora in French Polynesia has a special, romantic feeling in all that you see.

Overwater Bungalows

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Windansea is a beach well known to locals. The outer break forms a wonderful peak optimum for

Running from the Shorebreak

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The shorebreak can be exciting, both for the inexperienced as well as the seasoned surfer. The

Riding the Shorebreak 2

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Late in the afternoon, I enjoy sitting, relaxing, and looking across the beach at North Pacific

North Pacific Beach View

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The shorebreak can be exciting, both for the inexperienced as well as the seasoned surfer. The

Riding the Shorebreak 1

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Late in the afternoon, the surf rolls up on the beach and rocks. Romantic silhouettes cast shadows

Golden Afternoon

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Rafting the Merced River in the summer can be fun and relaxing. Yosemite Falls are in the

Rafting the Merced River

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Mendenhall Glacier is a glacier about 13.6 miles long located in Mendenhall Valley, about 12 miles

Mendenhall Glacier

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The Inland Passage cuts between the mainland and a series of islands just a short way offshore.

Inland Passage

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Noir images and stark reflections can be seen while sailing Glacier Bay. Summer remnants of snow

Sailing Glacier Bay

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Glaciers are always moving, working their way down the valleys and dropping off chunks of ice into

Calving into Glacier Bay

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A small boat of curious tourists approaches the base of the Marjorie Glacier, perhaps not aware that

Marjorie Glacier

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Cruising Glacier Bay, the eye is drawn toward stark contrasts. The moving glacier rubs off the color

Where Marjorie Glacier Meets the Rock Walls

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The Giants Causeway is a formation of columnar basalt along the northwestern coast of Ireland, below

Giants Causeway – Stormy Seas

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The high country of Yosemite has many wonderful locations, including the John Muir Trail, various

Yosemite High Country

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Rafting slowly down the Merced River in summer offers great relaxation. The views are unrivaled.

Lazy Rafting on the Merced River

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Bridal Veil Falls looms tall above the viewer. This image was taken from the valley floor, just a

Bridal Veil Falls – Closer Up

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The volume of water coming over Vernal Falls in the early summer can be substantial. Hikers will get

Vernal Falls in Springtime

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Bridal Veil Falls greets the visitor on the right as you enter Yosemite Valley. It is 617 feet high

Bridal Veil Falls

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Located on Tioga Road (Hwy 120) towards Upper Yosemite, a trail takes off and climbs up to May Lake.

May Lake

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Tenaya Lake is part of Upper Yosemite (not on the Valley floor). Take the Tioga Road (Hwy 120)

Tenaya Lake

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Vernal Falls changes in late summer into a display of mists and reflections off the rock walls. The

Mist Sweeps Down Vernal Falls in Late Summer

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Vernal Falls changes in late summer into a display of mists, rainbows, and reflections off the rock

Vernal Falls Turns into Mist and Rainbows in Late Summer

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Hikers jump into the pool and swim below Vernal Falls. This can only be safely done in late summer

Swimming below Vernal Falls – H

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Hikers jump into the pool and swim below Vernal Falls. This can only be safely done in late summer

Swimming below Vernal Falls – V

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Yosemite Falls stands in the distance behind the Merced River. In the summer, families will often

Yosemite Falls above the Merced River

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The famed Matterhorn is just off the right of the image. The pond at the end of the Gornergrat

Hikers View from Tip of Gornergrat

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Geysers in Yellowstone National Park are very hot and emit a colorful runoff that is full of

Colorful Runoff from a Geyser

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Hot Geysers in the Grand Prismatic Springs emit steam. The beauty of the Excelsior Geyser entices a

Excelsior Geyser

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Some geysers sit quietly on the Lower Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. The water is

Lower Geyser Basin 1

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A single shower of hot water erupts on the Lower Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. Steam

Lower Geyser Basin 4

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Old Faithful is a geyser within Yellowstone National Park. It erupts on a schedule. Hot water spews

Old Faithful Awakes

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Gibbon Falls is 84 ft tall and lies along the Gibbon River in Yellowstone National Park. Coming into

Gibbon Falls

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Grand Prismatic Spring around the edges shows layers in the buildup of minerals. Yellowstone

Grand Prismatic Spring – Outer Layers

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Lower Yellowstone Falls, as seen from Lookout Point in Yellowstone National Park. Winter is coming

Lower Yellowstone Falls from Lookout Point

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The Sapphire Pool is located within the Biscuit Basin geyser area in Yellowstone National Park. It

Sapphire Pool

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Waterfalls through the coastal town of Geiranger, Norway. The rushing river runs into the fjord.

Geiranger Waterfalls

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Afternoon light on the Hellesylt fjord as the local ferry leaves for the day. Autumn-colored trees

Hellesylt Fjord with Ferry Leaving

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A rainbow crosses the sky and enters the sea with clouds in the background.

Rainbow over the Sea

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Town center of Hellesylt, Norway as seen from off-shore. Snow-capped mountains in the background and

Hellesylt Norway – Town and Waterfalls

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View of Hellesylt fjord from town, through the trees. The boathouse is seen in the foreground.

Hellesylt Fjord through trees

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View down the fjord from Hellesylt, Norway. Snow-capped peaks tower over the deep blue water with

Hellesylt Fjord

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Hellesylt harbor with a small boathouse on the shoreline. Rich blue colors in the water. Autumn

Hellesylt Fjord with Boathouse

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View down the fjord from Hellesylt, Norway. Snow-capped peaks tower over the deep blue water with

View Hellesylt Fjord through Autumn-colored trees

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Morning arrival into Geiranger harbor. Steep snow-capped mountains rise out of the fjords. The

Big Sky Morning on the Fjord in Geiranger, Norway

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Waterfalls emerge into the harbor at Hellesylt, Norway. The town straddles the waterfalls with great

Hellesylt Falls

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Time to sail away from Geiranger, Norway. The light has changed and now casts reflections across the

Leaving Geiranger, Norway

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Morning arrival into Geiranger harbor. Steep snow-capped mountains rise out of the fjords. The

Morning Arrival to Geiranger, Norway

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