857-90933 - Sunlight filtering through trees on the shores of Lake Manapouri, Fiordland National Park, Southland, South Island, New Zealand, on 28 April 2008. Lake Manapouri is the fifth largest and second deepest lake in New Zealand. It was originally called Roto Ua (the rainy lake) and Moturau (many islands) by early Maori inhabitants. Lake Manapouris is a popular destinaion for sea kayakers, hunters and trampers, New Zealand
1196-209 - Reflection. Tibetan peoples home, rajpur, india. India. I remember this body when it a childs as it gradually took form of a youth. very limb is twisted worn. It is my body, it delights even my eyes.,seventh dalai lama, meditations on ways of impermanence. tradition regards meditation on death impermanence only as a useful technique keeping mind intensely focused. It also sees it as a method unlocking deepest secrets of life
1005-29 - The river running through the bottom of the Cotahuasi Valley, Peru. At places this is the deepest canyon in the world. Local political slogans and symbols have been daubed on the rock. Lit by moonlight.
817-170671 - A dirt road passing through the Urique Canyon, the deepest canyon in the Sierra Tarahumara at 6,200 feet, is one of six distinct canyons that make up the Copper Canyon Barranca del Cobre, Chihuahua, Mexico
823-86 - Aerial image of Wastwater Screes and Wast Water (Wastwater), the deepest lake in England, a good example of a glacially over-deepened valley, Wasdale Valley, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe
755-16 - Trekker at dawn looking out over the old fortified village of Jharkot on the Annapurna circuit trek, the valley below is supposedly the deepest in the world with Annapurna on one side and Dhaulagiri on the other, Nepal, Asia