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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”).
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Upper reaches of Glacier Gorge, a U-shaped valley and cirque in Rocky Mountain National Park. From left to right, the peaks on the skyline are Longs Peak, Pagoda Mtn., and Chiefs Head. Spearhead forms the end of the arete coming off Chiefs Head. (110716-39)
Longs Peak forms the side of Glacier Gorge, a U-shaped valley in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. The dark stripe is a large inclusion of metamorphic rock in the Proterozoic granitic rock. (110716-72)
Glacial headwall, cirque, and U-shaped Valley on Longs Peak, in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. A lateral moraine (Mills Moraine) follows the right side of the valley. Mt. Meeker on the left and Mt. Lady Washington are on the right. Longs Peak consists primarily of Proterozoic granitic rock. (110715-45)