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Shell © Lance Kuehne
Shell © Lance Kuehne

Lance Kuehne
Category: Waterscapes
Date Shot: Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Camera: Canon 1DS Mark II1
Lens: 70-200mm 2.8
Filter: Skylight
Submitted: Wed, Feb 25, 2015
Viewed: 50 times
Rating: 15 ×
Member Comments: This was taken during the "Blue Hour" at Bowling Ball Beach.
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On Watch
Phyllis Veit wrote on Sat, Feb 28, 2015

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful place for wildlife especially birds and alligators.

Silver Cord Cascade
Rich Lawton wrote on Fri, Feb 27, 2015

A short hike along the the rim of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone you will find a view of the Silver Cord Cascade.

Surface Creek flows past this overlook and then falls abruptly in a long series of falls down to the river. While not a single waterfall, this cascade may well have given rise to the stories of a waterfall over 1000 feet tall that was hidden in the mountains.

Members of the Washburn party discovered the cascade in 1870 and named it Silverthread Fall. In 1885 the USGS Hague parties gave it the name that survives today, Silver Cord Cascade.

School House Steps before
Rich Lawton wrote on Thu, Feb 26, 2015

The cable steps leading to School House Beach needed repair so a school group could get to a Tide Pool Program. Sonoma Coast Volunteer Trail crew spent the day making repairs.