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Alev Bal (@alevbal4957) Instagram Profile Photoalevbal4957

Alev Bal

 image by Alev Bal (@alevbal4957) with caption : "Las Olas, near David, Panama. Sunrise at the start of what was to be an epic week of scenery, wildlife, heat, jungle and" - 1961804822713777634
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Las Olas, near David, Panama. Sunrise at the start of what was to be an epic week of scenery, wildlife, heat, jungle and endless soul-sapping mud. It was bloody brilliant... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Photo of darrengrigas ab_runs and Merlin - three hard bastards. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- photography

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Diego Echeagaray

 image by Diego Echeagaray (@diego_echeagaray) with caption : ".
Bright rock, white snow, dark trees, and blue skies. Wintertime at Banf National Park, Canada.
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Roca brillante, nieve" - 1960713010578602844
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. Bright rock, white snow, dark trees, and blue skies. Wintertime at Banf National Park, Canada. . Roca brillante, nieve blanca, árboles oscuros y cielos azules. Invierno en el Parque Nacional de Banff, Canadá. . © Diego Echeagaray . photography

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SebastianCopeland

 Instagram Image by SebastianCopeland (@copelandadventures) with caption : "Sastrugi head on the East Antarctica plateau. Sastrugi are features shaped by the powerful Antarctica winds which can re" at Antarctica - 1959725211377305771
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Sastrugi head on the East Antarctica plateau. Sastrugi are features shaped by the powerful Antarctica winds which can reach speeds exceeding 300km/h in wintertime. The winds shred the ice, one particule of ice at a time. Because cold wind has mass and therefore follows gravity, ondulations or sloping in the terrain generates greater wind speed. Those winds are called katabatic and provide consistent wind direction. As a result a valley will likely be torn to shred, while a hilltop can be comparatively smooth. The variations in elevation can be very subtle so as to make them barely perceptible, all the more so from the lack of shadow in an all white environment. • • • • • • • photography #@napapijri