–then click on the image to see a larger version in its correct format, a more detailed caption, and an ID number.
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Photos typically include their locations, so you can use locations as keywords too. You get more hits with shorter words, and fewer hits as you become increasingly specific with increasing numbers of keywords. It’s best to use singular rather than plural (eg “volcano” instead of “volcanoes”).
As some words are included in others (“salt” within “basalt,” for example) you might want to be more specific to avoid getting a bunch of irrelevant photos.
Or you can just scroll down and see the most recently added photos… Enjoy!
Aerial view of the Rio Grande River, that runs down the center of this photo, marking the US-Mexico Border. Juarez, Mexico lies on the left (south) side; El Paso, Texas, on the right (north). Note the contrast in architecture from one side to the other. (100128-112)
Takakkaw Falls, In Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada, falls over more than 1200 feet of sedimentary rock. Above it is a hanging valley, stranded above the main valley from glacial erosion during the Pleistocene. (090910-103)