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Boating in Crystal River, FL #photooftheday #travel #travelphotography

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Hawaii Hawaii is the 50th and most recent U.S. state to join the United…

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7 Stunning Sunsets, photo @Laura with Sweeney

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Merced River in Yosemite National Park, Yosemite National Park in the Sierra…

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Majestic Mendocino

Majestic Mendocino | Baldhiker

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Arkansas River Locks - Little Rock, Arkansas - Photo

Forget the Alamo - Experience Real Downtown San Antonio

Forget the Alamo - Experience Real Downtown San Antonio

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Exploring Acadia National Park www.casualtravelist.com

Exploring Acadia National Park

Exploring Acadia National Park www.casualtravelist.com

How do the Sailing Rocks of Racetrack Playa move? 1- A fortunate collision between two of these rocks provided planetary scientist Ralph Lorenz with information. Looking at the trails he observed that one rock had collided against another & been deflected. " ... it looked like it hit another rock & bounced, but the trail didn't go all the way up to the other rock...," Lorenz told Smithsonian Magazine. What would spontaneously form a barrier around a rock, then disappear? Lorenz realized that

How do the Sailing Rocks of Racetrack Playa move? 1- A fortunate collision between two of these rocks provided planetary scientist Ralph Lorenz with information. Looking at the trails he observed that one rock had collided against another & been deflected. " ... it looked like it hit another rock & bounced, but the trail didn't go all the way up to the other rock...," Lorenz told Smithsonian Magazine. What would spontaneously form a barrier around a rock, then disappear? Lorenz realized that

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