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|In Canada I found a partially frozen lake !||08/23/2005||559|
|looks like a strange insect, doesn't it?||09/18/2007||709|
|Snow and ice serve to accent human activities in this photograph taken by the Space Shuttle mission STS-98.The Souris River stretches across the photograph from left to right, with the upstream Rafferty Dam Reservoir frozen over on the far left. Two power plants, the Boundary Dam Power Station and the Shand Power Station, can be identified by the smoke plumes and shadows of those plumes. The ri...||10/30/2005||457|
|Fire near Great Bear Lake, Canada.|
Great Bear Lake (Sahtu) is the largest lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada and the fourth largest in North America. The lake is situated on the Arctic Circle between 65 and 67 degrees of northern latitude and between 118 and 123 degrees western longitude, 186 m above sea level.
The lake has a surface area of 31,153 km² and a total...
|This is an odd formation on the Amazon river, it looks as though the river has started to form a lake in the jungle. The 'lake' is deceivingly big, being 60 x 11 miles approx. The pattern that the water forms in the trees is interesting, somewhat like veins.||08/05/2005||483|
|Appears to be a ship frozen in coastal ice near Artyom, Russia. There are multiple vehicle tracks surrounding the ship and a possible oil slick under the ice.||04/17/2009||575|
|This is Lake Dot in Orlando, Florida. When I saw it the first time (while looking for Amway Arena next door) I thought it was a terrain error and that it looked like a black hole. A few of the buildings to the lower right are really tilting toward it (turn off 3D buildings function).|
|In the span of three weeks, spring crept over the Siberian landscape surrounding the northern half of the Lena River. Many of the rivers in Earth’s temperate zones run high in the spring when melting snow and spring rain flood river basins. On the Lena River, however, spring flooding is almost inevitable for another reason: ice. Like other north-flowing rivers, the upper reaches of the Lena mel...||08/29/2007||619|
|Frozen Fighters at an airbase in Eastern Russia||07/19/2009||315|
|Lighthouse frozen in ice. ||01/05/2008||636|
|The Bow River, in the Flood of '05. This river swelled to enormous sizes during early Summer near and in Calgary due to immense rains. It does, however, make for some cool water effects in all the rushing nature. It practically made the Bow River a lake in some areas behind the Beaver Dam.||09/07/2005||488|
|The snakelike body of a river does not actually stay forever. In fact its bends will someday meet each other and form a shortcut at first (4°37'08.00"S 65°34'49.00"W, best viewed at alt of 3miles. Then after a few given times (could be decades), sedimentation will block the older path and form an oxbow lake (4°37'07.00"S 65°34'01.00"W). And then, after a few more decades thi...||07/04/2007||1,527|
|This is the route, with some extrapolations, of the book River Horse by William Least Heat-Moon: across the United States by as much river, lake and stream as possible.|