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1116-53648 - Fall colors abound in Colorado during the seasonal change. Brilliant yellow leaves adorn the trees as far as you can see. A beautiful state to drive through during autumn, Grand Junction, Colorado, United States of America
1116-53649 - Fall colors abound in Colorado during the seasonal change. Brilliant yellow leaves adorn the trees as far as you can see. A beautiful state to drive through during autumn, Colorado, United States of America
1116-53647 - Aspen trees turn the color of an artist palette during autumn in Colorado. Colour extends as far as the eye can see in one of natures most beautiful example of fall colors. This has an abandoned cabin in the foreground, Grand Junction, Colorado, United States of America
1116-53646 - Fall colors abound in Colorado during the seasonal change. Brilliant yellow leaves adorn the trees as far as you can see. A beautiful state to drive through during autumn, Colorado, United States of America
1116-53319 - Close-up portrait of a male willow ptarmigan (Lagopus lagopus) showing early breeding colors in its neck and eye combs, surveying its high-country territory in Southcentral Alaska's Chugach Mountains on an April day. The head and neck will become completely chocolate-brown as the bird's breeding colors develop, Alaska, United States of America
1116-53252 - The evening sky ignites with colour as the sun goes below the horizon line in Fort Simpson. The Mackenzie River reflects the colour in a beautiful moment, Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories, Canada
1116-53459 - Close-up portrait of a Willow ptarmigan (Lagopus lagopus) in full-white winter plumage watching for danger on a bright February day, Anchorage, Alaska, United States of America
1353-698 - Traffic on the A82 road passing the snow covered Three Sisters of Glencoe, Aonach Dubh, Beinn Fhada and Gearr Aonach, at night in winter, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, UK
860-292394 - Landscape of Svalbard in Norway, also known as Spitsbergen. This territory stretches from latitude 75 to 80 degrees to the pack ice a few hundred kilometers from the North Pole. Melting ice, early global warming. Front of a glacier fracturing at the edge of a fjord.
860-292393 - Landscape of Svalbard in Norway, also known as Spitsbergen. This territory stretches from latitude 75 to 80 degrees to the pack ice a few hundred kilometers from the North Pole. Melting ice, early global warming. Baie de la Madeleine here, a coastal landscape rising to 80 degrees latitude, where blocks of ice and small icebergs detached from glaciers drift on the water. Old steam train in front of Ny-Alesund weather station
860-292391 - Landscape of Svalbard in Norway, also known as Spitsbergen. This territory stretches from latitude 75 to 80 degrees to the pack ice a few hundred kilometers from the North Pole. Melting ice, early global warming. Coastal scenery as you climb towards latitude 80 degrees. Trapper's hut, professional hunter's hut
860-292392 - Landscape of Svalbard in Norway, also known as Spitsbergen. This territory stretches from latitude 75 to 80 degrees to the pack ice a few hundred kilometers from the North Pole. Melting ice, premature global warming. Exploration boat in Baie de la Madeleine.
860-292388 - Landscape of Svalbard in Norway, also known as Spitsbergen. This territory stretches from latitude 75 to 80 degrees to the pack ice a few hundred kilometers from the North Pole. Melting ice, premature global warming. Exploration boat in Madeleine Bay. Young explorer on deck.
860-292389 - Landscape of Svalbard in Norway, also known as Spitsbergen. This territory stretches from latitude 75 to 80 degrees to the pack ice a few hundred kilometers from the North Pole. Melting ice, premature global warming. Exploration boat in Magdalen Bay. Explorer sailboat.
860-292387 - Landscape of Svalbard in Norway, also known as Spitsbergen. This territory stretches from latitude 75 to 80 degrees to the pack ice a few hundred kilometers from the North Pole. Melting ice, early global warming. Front of a glacier fracturing at the edge of a fjord. Explorers' sailboat at the ice edge
860-292386 - Landscape of Svalbard in Norway, also known as Spitsbergen. This territory stretches from latitude 75 to 80 degrees to the pack ice a few hundred kilometers from the North Pole. Melting ice, early global warming.