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Photo by Cristina Mittermeier One, two, three, four orcas pop their heads out of the water to check us out.  Spy hoping, as this behavior is known, is not uncommon. Reminds of a game of Whack-a-Mole! Orca pods in these fjords are quite large and the members of each family travel in tight groups. It is truly lovely to see.  In Gryllefjord, Norway, #nature @blackfish #beauty #wildorca With @paulnicklen @goranehlme @frederikwolffteglhus @sea_legacy @waterproofint...

Photo by Cristina Mittermeier One, two, three, four orcas pop their heads out of the water to check us out. Spy hoping, as this behavior is known, is not uncommon. Reminds of a game of Whack-a-Mole! Orca pods in these fjords are quite large and the members of each family travel in tight groups. It is truly lovely to see. In Gryllefjord, Norway, #nature @blackfish #beauty #wildorca With @paulnicklen @goranehlme @frederikwolffteglhus @sea_legacy @waterproofint...

Photo by Hans Kraus https://flic.kr/p/o2xPu3 | Dead Sea, Israel  #beautiful #history #DeadSea #Israel #nature #landscapes #photography

Photo by Hans Kraus https://flic.kr/p/o2xPu3 | Dead Sea, Israel #beautiful #history #DeadSea #Israel #nature #landscapes #photography

Here is my night amongst the Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis. This is a good place to be haunted to spend a night as I did wishing to see something not quite visible of another realm and time #ancient and antiquated geologic and archeologic  and so very mystical. I didnt mean to. I went to see the sunset over the 5000 year old stone circle where Neolithic people set their minds in harmony with creation. The sunset was lovely. (Thats about all I can say for it.) But the night held me…

Here is my night amongst the Callanish Stones on the Isle of Lewis. This is a good place to be haunted to spend a night as I did wishing to see something not quite visible of another realm and time #ancient and antiquated geologic and archeologic and so very mystical. I didnt mean to. I went to see the sunset over the 5000 year old stone circle where Neolithic people set their minds in harmony with creation. The sunset was lovely. (Thats about all I can say for it.) But the night held me…

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