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URGENT : We can save Panoramio ! Signing the PETITION form we can keep our beloved Panoramio alive !!! We need minimum 10,000 signatures, but we can reach MUCH MORE !

Snow in desert? Interesting!


Friendly greetings from Slovakia, Filip.

Petar, thanks a lot for visiting and for the FL!

Warm regards, May

This is actually Quarry Falls, also known as Sliding Rock. Awesome place. Also, shouldn't be tagged as South Carolina.

Beautiful picture! Those fall colors are really neat in that part of the Cullasaja Gorge.

How many colours! :-O L+F

The cedar water of the Pine Barrens is tricky to capture in an image. You actually have to see it in person. However, this shot gives a good impression of the colors of that water. The red tea color is seen when the sun's rays penetrate the water, as shown on the left side of the image. The deep blue mirror-like surface is also seen to the right. The swamps and waterways in the Pine Barrens are so serpentine and your image epitomizes that sense of the mysterious.

This is USGS Station 01466500 on the McDonalds Branch of Rancocas Creek with the link right here:

Hi, could you tell me if you had any problem to reach this spot you took the picture from at night? is it along jersey city pier? is it open to public by night? thank you very much and congratulations for your picture

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