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Shades of the lago III on Behance

Shades of the lago III on Behance

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Lago di Garda III by walterluttenberger #Landscapes #Landscapephotography #Nature #Travel #photography #pictureoftheday #photooftheday #photooftheweek #trending #trendingnow #picoftheday #picoftheweek

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COCOON travel inspiration http://bycocoon.com | explore | places in the world | dreams | wanderlust | travelling | Dutch Designer Brand COCOON | Matt Sims Photos

Moraine Lake is a glacially fed lake in Banff National Park. When the lake reaches its full capacity, it reflects a distinctive shade of blue which is a result of the refraction of light off the rock flour, deposited in the lake.

Moraine Lake is a glacially fed lake in Banff National Park. When the lake reaches its full capacity, it reflects a distinctive shade of blue which is a result of the refraction of light off the rock flour, deposited in the lake.

Catching the moment - Lago di braies (III):  A cold and rainy morning at the lago di braies in South Tyrol. Nevertheless the beauty of this place was impressive and the weather made this lake even more magical.

Catching the moment - Lago di braies (III): A cold and rainy morning at the lago di braies in South Tyrol. Nevertheless the beauty of this place was impressive and the weather made this lake even more magical.

Abu Simbel, Nile Valley,     The archaeological site of Abu Simbel consists of two monumental temples of pink sandstone, built during the reign of Ramesses II (c. 1301–1235 B.C.).  Since 1979 Abu Simbel has been on the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.

Abu Simbel, Nile Valley, The archaeological site of Abu Simbel consists of two monumental temples of pink sandstone, built during the reign of Ramesses II (c. 1301–1235 B.C.). Since 1979 Abu Simbel has been on the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.