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Hiking from around the world
Panorama of Milky Way bow over the huge Cimon della Pala in Trentino, Italy.
by NICHOLAS ROEMMELT
Mesquite Dunes by moonlight.
by SAPNA REDDY
The Jungfrau Hike
by SEBASTIEN B.
Spring hiking in the Carpathian Mountains, Ukraine
by ALEXIY MEDVEDEV
The magic of Arctic.
by Paal Lund
by James Cawley
Amazing night at canyon rim with Monument Valley under the Milky Way.
by Simon Trnka
A late night hike amid the icebergs of McMurdo Sound, Near Cape Evans, Antarctica.
by Brian Stetson
Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado
by Michael Ver Sprill
Night at Mala Fatra NP, Slovakia
by Simon Trnka
by Giampiero Torello
Sunset light on the Alps
by Filippo Taddei
Exploring around during a hike on a glacier in South Greenland.
by Alexandre Eggermont
Bosnia and Herzegovina
by Adnan Bubalo
Sunrise at Mount Bromo
by Vinay Balla
Glacier Hike on Vatnajoekull
by Karin Eibenberger
by Marián Krivošík
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Re: Hiking from around the world
A feast for the eyes. I think too many posted shots, leaving little chance for comments.
I spent about three minutes drooling at the first pair, discovered there was more, and subsequently spent less and less time on each progressive shot. Pity.
Exceptional work from a bunch of great photographers.
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