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Panos Apostolakis 24 de mayo de 2014 ·

Panos Apostolakis 24 de mayo de 2014 ·

Hazel and Quill relax by dipping their feet in here, they've always wanted to do this before they die, but District 12 has no good creeks.

Hazel and Quill relax by dipping their feet in here, they've always wanted to do this before they die, but District 12 has no good creeks.

Trailside waterfall and swimming @ Whatcom Falls, Bellingham, Washington on ramblr.com     http://www.ramblr.com/module/trip/mymap_viewer.php?user_id=SummerRamblr

Trailside waterfall and swimming @ Whatcom Falls, Bellingham, Washington on ramblr.com http://www.ramblr.com/module/trip/mymap_viewer.php?user_id=SummerRamblr

Nature, Feelings, Emotions. "Make peace with your past, Enjoy your present, and Hope for your future.

Nature, Feelings, Emotions. "Make peace with your past, Enjoy your present, and Hope for your future.

Waterfall, Cijevna River, Montenegro. The Cem River (Montenegrin: Cijevna) flows through Albania and Montenegro. It originates in Kelmend Municipality, Malësi e Madhe District, Albania. It flows generally southwest through Triesh and Gruda, for some 40.2 miles before merging with Morača River just south of Podgorica, in Montenegro.

Waterfall, Cijevna River, Montenegro. The Cem River (Montenegrin: Cijevna) flows through Albania and Montenegro. It originates in Kelmend Municipality, Malësi e Madhe District, Albania. It flows generally southwest through Triesh and Gruda, for some 40.2 miles before merging with Morača River just south of Podgorica, in Montenegro.

Water itself has an intrinsic blue color that is a result of its molecular structure and its behavior. The blue bouncing back can be vividly seen here, as a pair of brace (foolhardy?) climbers venture up a waterfall in the Banff National Park in Canada.

Water itself has an intrinsic blue color that is a result of its molecular structure and its behavior. The blue bouncing back can be vividly seen here, as a pair of brace (foolhardy?) climbers venture up a waterfall in the Banff National Park in Canada.

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