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Beautiful sunny day at Palmyra Nature Cove, NJ

Beautiful sunny day at Palmyra Nature Cove, NJ

#weeklytravelguide #beautyofnature Cherry blossom tree at the Fuji volcano   A Place where The softness and the harsh environmental conditions can be seen in symbiosis with Each Other. It's Mount Fuji Volcano    Mount Fuji is Japan's highest mountain and the focal point of the sprawling Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Visible from Tokyo on a clear day, the mountain is located to the west of Tokyo on the main island Honshu.

#weeklytravelguide #beautyofnature Cherry blossom tree at the Fuji volcano A Place where The softness and the harsh environmental conditions can be seen in symbiosis with Each Other. It's Mount Fuji Volcano Mount Fuji is Japan's highest mountain and the focal point of the sprawling Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Visible from Tokyo on a clear day, the mountain is located to the west of Tokyo on the main island Honshu.

Palmyra Nature Cove, NJ

Palmyra Nature Cove, NJ

Taken at Palmyra Nature Cover in NJ

Taken at Palmyra Nature Cover in NJ

Garden Majorelle Garden, The aquatic plants, water lilies and Asian lotus flowers, along with the luxuriant vegetation in the garden, create a revitalizing contrast to the desert surrounding the city of Marrakech

Garden Majorelle Garden, The aquatic plants, water lilies and Asian lotus flowers, along with the luxuriant vegetation in the garden, create a revitalizing contrast to the desert surrounding the city of Marrakech

Tyler State Park

Tyler State Park

Sun set at Tyler State Park, PA

Sun set at Tyler State Park, PA

Tyler State Park

Tyler State Park

Rainbow Eucalyptus trees in Maui, Hawaii. The phenomenon is caused by patches of bark peeling off at various times and the colors are indicators of age. A newly shed outer bark reveals bright greens which darken over time into blues and purples and then orange and red tones.  As a side note, the bark peels naturally. No one has pulled the bark off to reveal the colors.

Rainbow Eucalyptus trees in Maui, Hawaii. The phenomenon is caused by patches of bark peeling off at various times and the colors are indicators of age. A newly shed outer bark reveals bright greens which darken over time into blues and purples and then orange and red tones. As a side note, the bark peels naturally. No one has pulled the bark off to reveal the colors.

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