Spring Dip
Spring Dip

Two Greenlandic children test the water before jumping in. Nuuk, Greenland.

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Arabesque
Arabesque

A Kayaker tours the perimeter of colourful Nuuk, Greenland at 9:30pm in the spring.

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Lookout
Lookout

Feral horses bask in the golden fields near El Calafate, Argentina

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The Cell
The Cell

The iconic Dead Vlei near Sossusvlei, Namibia. These trees, which are apparently 600-700 years old died when the Tsauchab river dried up and created a blockade of sand dunes on the horizon.

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Zelia
Zelia

In 2008 the Zelia got caught off the coast of Henties Bay in Western Namibia. It’s remains still are pounded by waves and are home to a number of pelicans.

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Spring Dip
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Arabesque
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Lookout
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The Cell
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Zelia
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IMG_7841.jpg
IMG_9492.jpg
IMG_0845.jpg
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Spring Dip

Two Greenlandic children test the water before jumping in. Nuuk, Greenland.

Arabesque

A Kayaker tours the perimeter of colourful Nuuk, Greenland at 9:30pm in the spring.

Lookout

Feral horses bask in the golden fields near El Calafate, Argentina

The Cell

The iconic Dead Vlei near Sossusvlei, Namibia. These trees, which are apparently 600-700 years old died when the Tsauchab river dried up and created a blockade of sand dunes on the horizon.

Zelia

In 2008 the Zelia got caught off the coast of Henties Bay in Western Namibia. It’s remains still are pounded by waves and are home to a number of pelicans.

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