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Palm Beach Stretched Canvas Prints

Palm Beach Stretched Canvas Prints

Palm Cove is a beach community in Far North Queensland, Australia located 27 kilometers north of the city of Cairns. It is named after the palm trees that line the beach. Palm Cove is a tropical paradise which provides for all of your needs and ensures your holiday will be one to remember in an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication. Numerous world class award winning beach resorts, restaurants and spas are complemented by a host of other services and attractions including a myriad of Great Barrier Reef trips, Rainforest excursions, thrill seeking and exploration adventures, beautiful golf courses, kayaking around nearby islands, getting wet and wild with our water sports beach hire, visiting our nearby wildlife zoo, fishing off the jetty or just lazing around on the beach. You’ll find great retail resort wear, fabulous galleries and boutique shops for those gifts and holiday essentials, hair and beauty salons, health and fitness facilities, tour and travel bookings, hire cars and a wide range of great eateries for all tastes and budgets. Sunrise is a reminder that every day is an opportunity to make a fresh start. It is like that every day should be appreciated. The early bird does not have to share the beach. When it is winter and everything is gray, meeting the dawn can be a chore, but in this collection of moments it is bliss.

Coconut Tribe Stretched Canvas Prints

Coconut Tribe Stretched Canvas Prints

Kauai’s East Side is sometimes referred to as the Coconut Coast for the groves of coconut palms that grow in its resort areas. The most populated district on the island, about 16,000 of the island’s 62,000 residents reside in the Wailua/Kapaa area. Amongst the clusters of coconut trees you will find historic places, amazing beaches and memorable attractions. In Wailua, you will find a variety of sightseeing opportunities and outdoor activities. Kayak the Wailua River in Wailua River State Park, take a boat ride to the Fern Grotto, or take photos at Opaekaa Falls. Don’t forget to try and spot the Sleeping Giant in the Nounou Mountains or take a hike up this scenic ridge. Sacred places like Polihau Heiau, the large lava-rock temple of Kauai’s last king, Kaumualii, can also be found on the East Side. And be sure to visit Kapaa Town to discover fine Hawaiian craft pieces, aloha-print shirts, jewelry and art. But the golden beaches of the Coconut Coast may be the area’s biggest draw. Unwind at Anahola Beach Park, whale watch at Donkey Beach or watch the surfers at Kealia Beach to the north. Lydgate Beach Park in Wailua has two lava rock enclosed ocean pools that are perfect places for families and first-time snorkelers. Fun in the sun awaits you on the Coconut Coast. The sandy beach is narrow and backed by coconut palms and ironwood trees. Considered by many locals to be the best swimming beach in Hawaii, Lanikai’s clear waters, clean, wide beach, and swaying coconut palms also make it a famous beach.

Twilight Path Rolled Wall Murals

Twilight Path Rolled Wall Murals
The Maldives is home to perhaps the best beaches in the world, they are on almost every one of the country nearly thousands of islands and are so consistently perfect that it is hard not to become blase about them. While some beaches may boast softer granules than others, the basic fact remains, you will find consistently whiter than white powder sand and luminous blue water like this almost nowhere else on earth. This fact alone is enough to bring over a million people a year to this tiny, remote and otherwise little known as ocean paradise. Every resort in the Maldives is its own private island, and with over 100 to choose from the only problem is selecting where you want to stay. At the top end, the most exclusive hotel brands compete with each other to attain ever greater heights of luxury, from personal butlers and private lap pools to in room massages and pillow menus. It is not surprising that honeymooners and those seeking a glamorous tropical getaway have long had the country at the top of their wish lists. But there is choice beyond the five and six star resorts. Other islands cater for families, for divers, for those on a budget, and anyone wanting a tranquil back to nature experience. With some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world, the clear waters of the Maldives are a magnet for anyone with an interest in marine life. The gently swaying palm trees, the talcum white sand beaches and an emerald sea on which the sunlight dances, all have quite a mesmerizing effect on the eye of the beholder.

Long Beach Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

Long Beach Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

North Long Beach is a predominantly working class area of Long Beach, California. The neighborhood is bounded to the west, north and east by the Long Beach city limits, and to the south by Del Amo Boulevard and the Bixby Knolls neighborhood. The north boundary with Paramount is only a few blocks north of the Artesia Freeway. North Long Beach is mostly residential. It is home to the Uptown Business Improvement District, which represents commercial and multifarious property owners on Atlantic Avenue between Artesia Blvd and Market Street and a portion of Artesia Blvd adjacent to Jordan High School, as well as retail activity along most major streets in the area, including Artesia Boulevard, Long Beach Boulevard, and Cherry Avenue. There are some industrial businesses, mostly along the eastern edge of North Long Beach between Cherry Avenue and Paramount Boulevard. Serviced by the Union Pacific Railroad. Located in the heart of Southern California, Long Beach blends the urban sophistication of a big city with the relaxed atmosphere of a beach resort. Discover diverse hotels, world-class attractions, cutting-edge museums, award-winning restaurants and a thriving, multi-faceted arts and culture scene. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean, with 5.5 miles of sandy beach front, plus miles of inland bays and waterways, Long Beach basks in the warm glow from our year-round California sun.

Old Cottonwood Tree Canvas Prints

Old Cottonwood Tree Canvas Prints
Populus deltoides is a large tree growing to 20–40 m (66–131 ft) tall and with a trunk up to 1.8 m (5.9 ft) diameter, one of the largest North American hardwood trees. The bark is silvery-white, smooth or lightly fissured when young, becoming dark gray and deeply fissured on old trees. The twigs are grayish-yellow and stout, with large triangular leaf scars. The winter buds are slender, pointed, 1–2 cm long (.039–0.79 inches), yellowish brown, and resinous. It is one of the fastest growing trees in North America. In Mississippi River bottoms, height growth of 10–15 ft per year for a few years have been seen. Sustained height growth of 5 foot height growth and 1 inch diameter growth per year for 25 years is common.The leaves are large, deltoid (triangular), 4–10 cm (1.6–3.9 in) long and 4–11 cm (1.6–4.3 in) broad with a truncated (flattened) base and a petiole 3–12 cm (1.2–4.7 in) long. The leaf is very coarsely toothed, the teeth are curved and gland tipped, and the petiole is flat; they are dark green in the summer and turn yellow in the fall (but many cottonwoods in dry locations drop their leaves early from the combination of drought and leaf rust, making their fall color dull or absent). Due to the flat stem of the leaf, the leaf has the tendency to shake from even the slightest breeze. This is one of the identifying characteristics.It is dioecious, with the flowers (catkins) produced on single-sex trees in early spring. The male (pollen) catkins are reddish-purple and 8–10 cm (3.1–3.9 in) long; the female catkins are green, 7–13 cm (2.8–5.1 in) long at pollination, maturing 15–20 cm (5.9–7.9 in) long with several 6–15 mm (0.24–0.59 in) seed capsules in early summer, which split open to release the numerous small seeds attached to cotton-like strands.

Fremont River Capitol Reef Wrapped Canvas Prints

Fremont River Capitol Reef Wrapped Canvas Prints
Capitol Reef National Park is a United States National Park, in south-central Utah. The park is approximately 60 miles (97 km) long on its north–south axis but an average of just 6 miles (9.7 km) wide. The park was established in 1971 to preserve 241,904 acres (377.98 sq mi; 97,895.08 ha; 978.95 km2) of desert landscape and is open all year with May through September being the highest visitation months. Located partially in Wayne County, Utah, the area was originally named “Wayne Wonderland” in the 1920s by local boosters Ephraim P. Pectol and Joseph S. Hickman. Capitol Reef National Park was initially designated a National Monument on August 2, 1937 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in order to protect the area’s colorful canyons, ridges, buttes, and monoliths; however, it was not until 1950 that the area officially opened to the public. Easy road access only came in 1962 with the construction of State Route 24 through the Fremont River Canyon. The majority of the nearly 100 mi (160 km) long up-thrust formation called the Waterpocket Fold—a rocky spine extending from Thousand Lake Mountain to Lake Powell—is preserved within the park. Capitol Reef is the name of an especially rugged and spectacular segment of the Waterpocket Fold by the Fremont River. The park was named for a line of cliffs of white Navajo Sandstone with dome formations—similar to the white domes often placed on capitol buildings—that run from the Fremont River to Pleasant Creek on the Waterpocket Fold. The local word reef refers to any rocky barrier to land travel, just as ocean reefs are barriers to sea travel

Wedge Womp Rolled Canvas Prints

Wedge Womp Rolled Canvas Prints
Ocean waves are defined as a collection of dislocated water parcels that undergo a cycle of being forced passed their normal position and being restored back to their normal position. Wind caused ripples and eddies form waves that gradually gain speed and distance. Waves increase in energy and speed, and then become longer and stronger. The fully developed sea has the strongest wave action that experiences storms lasting 10 hours and creates 15 meter wave heights in the open ocean. The waves created in the open ocean are classified as deep water waves. Deep water waves have no bottom interaction and the orbits of these water molecules are circular, their wavelength is short relative to water depth and the velocity decays before the reaching the bottom of the water basin. Wind forces waves to break in the deep sea. Deep water waves travel to shore and become shallow water waves. Shallow wavelengths are long relative to water depth and have elliptical orbital. The wave velocity affects the entire water basin. The water interacts with the bottom as it approaches shore and has a drag interaction. The drag interaction pulls on the bottom of the wave, causes refraction, increases the height, and decreases the celerity and the top fall over. This phenomenon happens because the velocity of the top of the wave is greater than the velocity of the bottom of the wave. This speed is relative because local onshore winds can cause waves to break. In the surf zone, shallow water waves are carried by global winds to the beach and interact with local winds to make surfing waves.

Aqua Shorebreak Canvas Wall Prints

Aqua Shorebreak Canvas Wall Prints

Ready to forget the cold months of winter? Why not escape to a sun-drenched destination with clear, turquoise-colored waters? Several lakes also boast of amazingly clear and picture-perfect waters that make them so attractive to swimmers. Super-clear waters also appeal to divers. The visibility within Piccaninnie Ponds system in Australia is extremely clear, the karst rising spring water has been filtered through limestone for many, many kilometers. All around the world, Australia is renowned for its beaches, and it is not hard to see why, with some of the longest stretches of sand-covered coast line in the world, these beaches are not only plentiful but also of an almost universally-high quality. Super clear waters also appeal to divers. The winds cause waves on the surface of the ocean. The wind transfers some of its energy to the water, through friction between the air molecules and the water molecules. Stronger winds cause larger waves. Waves of water do not move horizontally, they only move up and down. Capture the scene of Aquatica with our panoramic style photography. You can hang this image in your living room, bedroom or any room. This photographic art print adds sturdiness and durability with a finishing look. This art piece will bring the liveliness of the image to your home.

Stream Canvas Posters

Stream Canvas Posters

The Raven Fork, inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is a stream that is tough to get to and tough to fish if you do get to it. It is rarely fished because of the access problems and the difficulty of fishing once you do get there. It is part of the lower portion of this stream passes inside the park near its confluence with the Oconaluftee River. It is a very good trout stream, especially for large brook trout, that is worth the effort for those willing to undertake fishing such a remote and difficult stream to maneuver. Three Forks is the highest extent of boatable waters for all reasonable purposes. This is 4 miles above the river at the Enloe Creek trail crossing. Much of the forest in this upper reach is virgin timber, with large hemlocks and other firs towering over the more typical smokies vegetation. The rock is of the utmost quality and after the first mile and a half of low gradient scrabble, bedrock dominates the river corridor for the rest of the plunge to Big Cove. This two and a half mile stretch to the iron bridge has enchanting scenery, frequent class rapids of high quality, and an isolated feel not often found in the southeast. Though the gorges in the Jocassee watershed, Linville Gorge in North Carolina, and the Shining Rock region have equally impressive character, none have such low visitation, and the Raven Fork must have the best water quality in the southeast. This is due to the fact that there are absolutely no roads in or above the watershed, and excepting the AT at the top of the ridge, no impact by man whatsoever. All this leads to one of the truest wilderness experiences available in the region.

Deschutes River Oregon Canvas Prints

Deschutes River Oregon Canvas Prints
The Deschutes River in central Oregon is a major tributary of the Columbia River. The river provides much of the drainage on the eastern side of the Cascade Range in Oregon, gathering many of the tributaries that descend from the drier, eastern flank of the mountains. The Deschutes provided an important route to and from the Columbia for Native Americans for thousands of years, and then in the 19th century for pioneers on the Oregon Trail. The river flows mostly through rugged and arid country, and its valley provides a cultural heart for central Oregon. Today the river supplies water for irrigation and is popular in the summer for whitewater rafting and fishing. The river flows generally north, as do several other large Oregon tributaries of the Columbia River, including the Willamette and John Day. The headwaters of the Deschutes River are at Little Lava Lake, a natural lake in the Cascade Range approximately 26 miles (42 km) northwest of the city of La Pine. The river flows south into Crane Prairie Reservoir, then into Wickiup Reservoir, from where it heads in a northeasterly direction past the resort community of Sunriver and into the city of Bend, about 170 miles (270 km) from the river mouth. The river continues north from Bend, and just west of Redmond, Oregon. Here it passes by Eagle Crest Resort and Cline Falls State Scenic Viewpoint. As it heads north through the central Oregon high desert, the river carves a gorge bordered by large basalt cliffs.

Empty Road Through Forest Canvas Prints

Empty Road Through Forest Canvas Prints
A forest is a large area of land covered with trees or other woody vegetation. Hundreds of more precise definitions of forest are used throughout the world, incorporating factors such as tree density, tree height, land use, legal standing and ecological function. According to the widely used food and agriculture, forests covered an area of four billion hectares (15 million square miles) or approximately 30 percent of the world land area in 2006. Forests are the dominant terrestrial ecosystem of Earth, and are distributed across the globe. Forests account for 75% of the gross primary productivity of the Earth biosphere, and contain 80% of the Earth plant biomass. Forests at different latitudes form distinctly different eco zones boreal forests near the poles tend to consist of evergreens, while tropical forests near the equator tend to be distinct from the temperate forests at mid-latitude. The amount of precipitation and the elevation of the forest also affect forest composition. Human society and forests influence each other in both positive and negative ways. Forests provide ecosystem services to humans and serve as tourist attractions. Forests can also impose costs, affect people health, and interfere with tourist enjoyment. Human activities, including harvesting forest resources, can negatively affect forest ecosystems. Although forest is a term of common parlance, there is no universally recognized precise definition, with more than 800 definitions of forest used around the world.

Wallowa Lake Canvas Prints

Wallowa Lake Canvas Prints
Wallowa Lake is a ribbon lake 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Joseph, Oregon, United States, at an elevation of 4,372 ft (1,333 m). Impounded by high moraines, it was formed by a series of Pleistocene glaciers. On the south end of the lake is a small community made up of vacation homes, lodging, restaurants, as well as other small businesses. Wallowa Lake has been used for recreation since at least 1880. The Wallowa Lake State Park is at the southern tip of the lake. Wallowa Lake has been used in Geology text books as an example of a lake dammed by moraines. These moraines begin well below the water’s surface and climb to over 900 ft (270 m) above the lake. Before the glacial till compounded enough to form the moraines that currently surround the lake, a large alluvial fan was present in the valley. This fan was created by the Wallowa River transporting debris into the valley. The sediment left by the river was pushed by a series of glaciers that advanced north into the valley. As they pushed the debris, they also dug deep into the earth. Balsamorhiza is a genus of plants in the sunflower family known commonly as balsamroots. These are perennials with fleshy taproots and caudices bearing erect stems and large, basal leaves. Atop the tall stems are showy yellow sunflower-like blooms. Balsamroots are native to western North America. Palatable to wildlife and livestock, this is a herb that decreases under grazing. Though once covering much of the arid west in spring, this common forb has become uncommon and even disappeared in some areas like the Snake River Plains.

Golden Gate Curl Gallery Wrapped Prints

Golden Gate Curl Gallery Wrapped Prints

Ocean waves are defined as a collection of dislocated water parcels that undergo a cycle of being forced passed their normal position and being restored back to their normal position. Wind caused ripples and eddies form waves that gradually gain speed and distance. Waves increase in energy and speed, and then become longer and stronger. The fully developed sea has the strongest wave action that experiences storms lasting 10 hours and creates 15 meter wave heights in the open ocean. The waves created in the open ocean are classified as deep water waves. Deep water waves have no bottom interaction and the orbits of these water molecules are circular, their wavelength is short relative to water depth and the velocity decays before the reaching the bottom of the water basin. Wind forces waves to break in the deep sea. Deep water waves travel to shore and become shallow water waves. Shallow wavelengths are long relative to water depth and have elliptical orbital. The wave velocity affects the entire water basin. The water interacts with the bottom as it approaches shore and has a drag interaction. The drag interaction pulls on the bottom of the wave, causes refraction, increases the height, and decreases the celerity and the top fall over. This phenomenon happens because the velocity of the top of the wave is greater than the velocity of the bottom of the wave. This speed is relative because local onshore winds can cause waves to break. In the surf zone, shallow water waves are carried by global winds to the beach and interact with local winds to make surfing waves.

Carter Shields Cabin Canvas Wall Prints

Carter Shields Cabin Canvas Wall Prints

The Carter Shields Cabin is believed to have been built in the 1830s. Of all the most visited landmarks in Cades Cove, this charming scene of the Carter Shields cabin is said to be the most photographed. It is a perennial favorite of out-of-state tourists and, for those shopping at the local art galleries and shops, is often the most requested by those looking for a beautiful memento of their visit to the Great Smoky Mountains. Steve has chosen to paint this scene at its most stunning when the little dogwood tree is in full bloom. The Carter Shields Cabin stands at the last homestead on the Cades Cove driving loop. George Washington “Carter” Shields lived in his Cades Cove cabin from 1910 through 1921. A shield was crippled in the Battle of Shiloh. Dogwood trees bloom here in the early spring making this cabin one of the loveliest in the Cades Cove. Robert Shields moved his family into Cades Cove in the early 1820s to avoid a typhoid epidemic at Chilhowee. He was active in the Baptist Church and served as Justice of the Peace and member of the County Court. As to this quaint little cabin’s history, it was built after Washington “Carter” Shields bought the land in 1910. Decades before that, Mr. Shields was wounded and crippled for life in the Civil War at Shiloh. He married after the war and moved to Kansas. He came to the Cove in 1906 before purchasing this piece of land. One would think that an old soldier would find lifelong contentment here, but he moved away after only eleven years.

Paris Wall Art Decor

Paris Wall Art Decor

The Eiffel Tower is a wrought iron lattice tower in Paris. It is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. Over the years, the Eiffel Tower has been the site of numerous high-profile stunts, ceremonial events and even scientific experiments. Now one of the most recognizable structures on the planet, the Eiffel Tower underwent a major facelift in 1986 and is repainted every seven years. It welcomes more visitors than any other paid monument in the world, an estimated seven million people per year. Some five hundred employees are responsible for its daily operations, working in its restaurants, manning its elevators, ensuring its security and directing the eager crowds flocking the tower’s platforms to enjoy panoramic views of the City of Lights. After sunset, the Eiffel tower sparkles and bathes in golden light to welcome its night time visitors and offers a breathtaking view of the Paris lights. Today, the Eiffel Tower has become a global icon of France, which an iron tower is built on the Champ de Mars beside the River Seine in Paris. The tower can sway 6 to 7cm in the wind and due to the thermal expansion of the metal on the side facing the sun, depending upon the ambient temperature, the top of the tower may shift away from the sun by up to 18cm. Although most people have the idea that the Eiffel Tower can be seen from almost anywhere in Paris, this is actually not the case, due to restrictions in place that limit the height of most buildings to only a few storey so there are only a few of the taller buildings that get a clear view of the tower. More than 250 million people have visited the tower since it was completed in 1889. The tower is the most-visited paid monument in the world. Averages of 25,000 people ascend the tower every day which can result in long queues.

Aqua Ridge Rolled Canvas Prints

Aqua Ridge Rolled Canvas Prints

Ocean waves are defined as a collection of dislocated water parcels that undergo a cycle of being forced passed their normal position and being restored back to their normal position. Wind caused ripples and eddies form waves that gradually gain speed and distance. Waves increase in energy and speed, and then become longer and stronger. The fully developed sea has the strongest wave action that experiences storms lasting 10 hours and creates 15 meter wave heights in the open ocean. The waves created in the open ocean are classified as deep water waves. Deep water waves have no bottom interaction and the orbits of these water molecules are circular, their wavelength is short relative to water depth and the velocity decays before the reaching the bottom of the water basin. Wind forces waves to break in the deep sea. Deep water waves travel to shore and become shallow water waves. Shallow wavelengths are long relative to water depth and have elliptical orbital. The wave velocity affects the entire water basin. The water interacts with the bottom as it approaches shore and has a drag interaction. The drag interaction pulls on the bottom of the wave, causes refraction, increases the height, and decreases the celerity and the top fall over. This phenomenon happens because the velocity of the top of the wave is greater than the velocity of the bottom of the wave. This speed is relative because local onshore winds can cause waves to break. In the surf zone, shallow water waves are carried by global winds to the beach and interact with local winds to make surfing waves.

Dahlias September Morn Canvas Prints

Dahlias September Morn Canvas Prints
Dahlia is a rose and yellow blooms. Dahlias are hybrids and for best results should be grown from tubers, cuttings or transplants. Seeds are unreliable for the plants to be true to type. Plant in the spring after danger of frost has passed. Dahlias require a sunny spot with, rich, well drained soil. Plants should be staked and will bloom until frost. For best flowers, disbud by removing two of the three blooms at the end of each branch. Hardy in Zone 8 and south and can over winter in the ground. In colder areas, lift tubers and store for the winter..

Mount Bachelor and Todd Lake Wall decals

Todd Lake is a natural lake near the crest of the Cascade Range in central Oregon in the United States. The lake covers 45 acres (18 ha). It is named in honor of John Y. Todd, an early settler in Central Oregon. Today, the lake and surrounding forest is managed by the United States Forest Service as part of the Deschutes National Forest. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife regularly stocks the lake with brook trout. There is a day-use area and a rustic campground located on the west shore of the lake. In the summer, Todd Lake is a popular outdoor recreation site for picnicking, fishing, hiking, and nature viewing. In the winter, trails in the Todd Lake area are used for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Originally, Todd Lake was called “Lost Lake” because it was difficult for people to find. In the early 20th century, citizens of Bend, Oregon, asked that the name of the lake be changed to avoid confusion with several other Oregon lakes with the same name. In 1922, the name of the lake was officially changed to Todd Lake. The name honors John Y. Todd, an early pioneer in central Oregon. Todd immigrated to Oregon in 1852. In 1860, he built the first bridge across the Deschutes River. Later, he became a successful cattle rancher. Todd founded of the Farewell Bend Ranch, which gave the city of Bend its name. Todd Lake and the surrounding forest are part of the Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District, an administrative sub-division of the Deschutes National Forest. In 1964, the United States Congress created the Three Sisters Wilderness surrounding the Three Sisters mountains in Oregon’s Cascade Range. Todd Lake is just outside the southern boundary of the wilderness. As a result, Todd Lake is a major wilderness access point for hikers. Road access to Todd Lake has always been via Forest Road 46 (also known as the Cascade Lakes Highway). In 1989, the Forest Service designated the road as a National Forest Scenic Byway. In 1997, the State of Oregon made the road an Oregon state scenic byway. A year later, the federal government officially designated the highway as a national scenic byway, calling it the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway. Many travel guides for the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway mention Todd Lake, highlighting its location as the first Cascade lake along the byway.

Proxy Falls Canvas Prints

Proxy Falls Canvas Prints

Beginning at Proxy Falls Trailhead, Proxy Falls Trail starts by heading west and immediately entering the Three Sisters Wilderness. The trail continues south over an old lava flow, then entering a mixed conifer forest. This loop trail meets 2 trail junctions before ending back at the Proxy Falls Trailhead. The trail at the western junction follows a short ridge to a viewpoint of Lower Proxy Falls. The trail at the eastern junction follows a creek bed uphill to the Upper Proxy Falls. Proxy Falls is one of the most frequently photographed waterfalls in Oregon and is certainly among the most photogenic waterfalls in the entire country. Anybody who has had a waterfall calendar has undoubtedly seen pictures of this gorgeous cascade. One of the most striking characteristics of the falls is that the two primary viewpoints provide surprisingly different perspectives of the falls. From the end of the trail, the falls are viewed through a natural channel in the thick surrounding forest and appear as a fall widening mid-way down, and then narrowing slightly at the bottom. From the base of the falls, however, the top looks much more constricted and the base appears much wider than it does from further back.

Blue Pupekea Rolled Canvas Prints

Blue Pupekea Rolled Canvas Prints

Ocean waves are defined as a collection of dislocated water parcels that undergo a cycle of being forced passed their normal position and being restored back to their normal position. Wind caused ripples and eddies form waves that gradually gain speed and distance. Waves increase in energy and speed, and then become longer and stronger. The fully developed sea has the strongest wave action that experiences storms lasting 10 hours and creates 15 meter wave heights in the open ocean. The waves created in the open ocean are classified as deep water waves. Deep water waves have no bottom interaction and the orbits of these water molecules are circular, their wavelength is short relative to water depth and the velocity decays before the reaching the bottom of the water basin. Wind forces waves to break in the deep sea. Deep water waves travel to shore and become shallow water waves. Shallow wavelengths are long relative to water depth and have elliptical orbital. The wave velocity affects the entire water basin. The water interacts with the bottom as it approaches shore and has a drag interaction. The drag interaction pulls on the bottom of the wave, causes refraction, increases the height, and decreases the celerity and the top fall over. This phenomenon happens because the velocity of the top of the wave is greater than the velocity of the bottom of the wave. This speed is relative because local onshore winds can cause waves to break. In the surf zone, shallow water waves are carried by global winds to the beach and interact with local winds to make surfing waves.

Paradise Awaits Panoramic Canvas Photos

Paradise Awaits Panoramic Canvas Photos

The Maldives is home to perhaps the best beaches in the world; they are on almost every one of the country’s nearly 1200 islands and are so consistently perfect that it is hard not to become blase about them. While some beaches may boast softer granules than others, the basic fact remains: you will find consistently whiter-than-white powder sand and luminous cyan-blue water like this almost nowhere else on earth. This fact alone is enough to bring over a million people a year to this tiny, remote and otherwise little-known Indian Ocean paradise. Every resort in the Maldives is its own private island, and with over 100 to choose from the only problem is selecting where you want to stay. At the top end, the world’s most exclusive hotel brands compete with each other to attain ever-greater heights of luxury, from personal butlers and private lap pools to in room massages and pillow menus. It is not surprising that honeymooners and those seeking a glamorous tropical getaway have long had the country at the top of their wish lists. But there is choice beyond the five- and six-star resorts. Other islands cater for families, for divers, for those on a budget, and anyone wanting a tranquil back-to-nature experience. With some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world, the clear waters of the Maldives are a magnet for anyone with an interest in marine life. The gently swaying palm trees, the talcum white sand beaches and an emerald sea on which the sunlight dances, all have quite a mesmerizing effect on the eye of the beholder.

Thatched Hut Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

Thatched Hut Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

A hut is a primitive dwelling, which may be constructed of various local materials. Huts are a type of vernacular architecture because they are built of readily available materials such as wood, snow, ice, stone, grass, palm leaves, branches, hides, fabric, and/or mud using techniques passed down through the generations. A hut is a shape of a lower quality than a house (durable, well built dwelling) but higher quality than a shelter such as a tent and is used as temporary or seasonal shelter or in primitive societies as a permanent dwelling. Huts exist in practically all nomadic cultures. Some huts are transportable and can stand most conditions of weather. Huts are used by shepherds when moving livestock between seasonal grazing areas such as mountainous and lowland pastures. They are also commonly used by backpackers and other travelers in rural areas. Thatching is the craft of building a roof with dry vegetation such as straw, water reed, sedge, rushes, or heather, layering the vegetation so as to shed water away from the inner roof. It is a very old roofing method and has been used in both tropical and temperate climates. Thatch is still employed by builders in developing countries, usually with low-cost, local vegetation. By contrast in some developed countries it is now the choice of affluent people who desire a rustic look for their home, would like a more ecologically friendly roof, or who have purchased an originally thatched abode. Thatching methods have traditionally been passed down from generation to generation, and numerous descriptions of the materials and methods used in Europe over the past three centuries survive in archives and early publications.

Athabasca Glacier Rolled Canvas Prints

Athabasca Glacier Rolled Canvas Prints

The Athabasca Glacier is one of the six principal ‘toes’ of the Columbia Ice field, located in the Canadian Rockies. The glacier currently recedes at a rate of about 5 meters per year and has receded more than 1.5 km and lost over half of its volume in the past 125 years. The glacier moves down from the ice field at a rate of several centimeters per day. Due to its close proximity to the Ice fields Parkway, between the Alberta towns of Banff and Jasper, and rather easy accessibility, it is the most visited glacier in North America. The leading edge of the glacier is within easy walking distance; however, travel onto the glacier is not recommended unless properly equipped. Hidden crevasses have led to the deaths of unprepared tourists. The Athabasca Glacier in the Canadian Rocky Mountains is probably the easiest glacier in the world to access by car. It is just a few hundred meters stroll from the nearest parking lot on the magnificent Ice fields Parkway in Alberta. Once, the Athabasca Glacier flowed north to the present site of Jasper before joining other glaciers and cruising south east past Calgary. This journey, much like trying to get through Vancouver in rush hour, took many centuries. The Athabasca is slowly flowing downhill from the Columbia Ice fields similar to the flow of a river. The Ice field Interpretive Centre, closed during the winter, stands across from the glacier. It is used as a lodge and for ticket sightseeing on the glacier. Standard buses transport tourists to the glacier edge, where they board specially designed snow coaches for transport over the steep grades, snow and ice part way up the glacier.

Lucky Bay Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

Lucky Bay Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

Lucky Bay is a locality in the District Council of Franklin Harbour, on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. It is a terminus for passenger ferry and is also earmarked for future iron ore exports. Lucky Bay is located immediately north-east of the Franklin Harbour wetlands. Its adjacent waters lie within the outer boundary of the Franklin Harbor Marine Park. A ferry service crossing Spencer Gulf from Lucky Bay to Wallaroo commenced in 2006, and the dirt road connecting Lucky Bay with the Lincoln Highways was finally sealed in 2008. As of 2015, harbor expansion works are underway to facilitate future iron ore exports. A modest strip of coastal homes or ‘shacks’ extends along the coast to the north-east of the ferry terminal. Several of these are available to rent. Beach-launching boat access exists for residents and holiday-makers. The adjacent waters are popular among fishermen, with snapper being one of the region’s prized catches. The ferry service commenced in December 2006 and has been an economic boon to the nearby township of Cowell. The ferry service received an Australian Marine Environment Protection Association award the same year for its potential to save more than 25,000 tons of carbon emissions annually from road traffic by providing a cross-Gulf alternative to the lengthy round-Gulf car trip. The ferry service was suspended in late 2014 to allow the expansion of the harbor’s basin and substantial vegetation clearance to commence. The expanded harbor is intended to facilitate the future transshipment of iron ore to a floating loading platform in Spencer Gulf. The ferry service is expected to resume once the harbor expansion is complete.

Waimea Fury Wrapped Canvas Prints

Waimea Fury Wrapped Canvas Prints

Ocean waves are defined as a collection of dislocated water parcels that undergo a cycle of being forced passed their normal position and being restored back to their normal position. Wind caused ripples and eddies form waves that gradually gain speed and distance. Waves increase in energy and speed, and then become longer and stronger. The fully developed sea has the strongest wave action that experiences storms lasting 10 hours and creates 15 meter wave heights in the open ocean. The waves created in the open ocean are classified as deep water waves. Deep water waves have no bottom interaction and the orbits of these water molecules are circular, their wavelength is short relative to water depth and the velocity decays before the reaching the bottom of the water basin. Wind forces waves to break in the deep sea. Deep water waves travel to shore and become shallow water waves. Shallow wavelengths are long relative to water depth and have elliptical orbital. The wave velocity affects the entire water basin. The water interacts with the bottom as it approaches shore and has a drag interaction. The drag interaction pulls on the bottom of the wave, causes refraction, increases the height, and decreases the celerity and the top fall over. This phenomenon happens because the velocity of the top of the wave is greater than the velocity of the bottom of the wave. This speed is relative because local onshore winds can cause waves to break. In the surf zone, shallow water waves are carried by global winds to the beach and interact with local winds to make surfing waves.

Castle on the Coast Canvas Print

Castle on the Coast Canvas Print

Boccale Castle is a grande manor house close to Livorno, south of the city’s Antignano district, along the coastal road to Quercianella. Boccale Castle began as a lookout tower constructed by the Medici family in the sixteenth century and was most probably built on the medieval ruins of another structure built by the Republic of Pisa. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, the villa passed into the ownership of the Marchioness Eleonora Ugolini who transformed it into a neo-medieval style residence with many battlements. The castle then became the property of the Witaker-Ingham family who eliminated the battlements at the start of the last century. The castle was then abandoned for a long time but was recently restored and divided into residential apartments. A small tower used as a store room has been built in the gardens. Boccale Castle is along the first stretch of rocky coast line near the Romito, not far from Calafuria Tower and Sonnino Castle. The castle itself consists of a rectangular building surrounded by three round towers. The ancient Medici tower faces out to sea. It is thought that the old battlements that were taken down by the Witakers were under the present day.

San Diego Rolled Canvas Prints

San Diego Rolled Canvas Prints

San Diego is a city on the Pacific coast of California known for its beaches, parks and warm climate. Immense Balboa Park is the site of the world-famous San Diego Zoo, as well as numerous art galleries, artist studios, museums and gardens. A deep harbor is home to a large active naval fleet, with the USS Midway, an aircraft-carrier-turned-museum, open to the public. Historically home to the Kumeyaay people, San Diego was the first site visited by Europeans on what is now the West Coast of the United States. The city is the seat of San Diego County and is the economic center of the region as well as the San Diego–Tijuana metropolitan area. California is the middle of a historic drought. San Diego residents are being asked to be more water wise. The city lies on approximately 200 deep canyons and hills separating its mesas, creating small pockets of natural open space scattered throughout the city and giving it a hilly geography. San Diego Canvas have built their homes and businesses on the mesas, while leaving the urban canyons relatively wild. The San Diego River runs through the middle of San Diego from east to west, creating a river valley which serves to divide the city into northern and southern segments. The river used to flow into San Diego Bay and its fresh water was the focus of the earliest Spanish explorers. The city of San Diego recognizes 52 individual areas as Community Planning Areas. Within a given planning area there may be several distinct neighborhoods. Altogether the city contains more than 100 identified neighborhoods. Like most of southern California, the majority of San Diego’s current area was originally occupied by chaparral, a plant community made up mostly of drought-resistant shrubs. San Diego and its back country are subject to periodic wildfires.

Ocean Grove Pier Wall Art Prints

Ocean Grove Pier Wall Art Prints

If you are looking for pristine, quiet beaches to relax, revitalize, or frolic in the sun with friends and family, Ocean Grove is for you. The chance to just lie in the sun, get some summer reading done, or watch the kids play in the surf is great release from the stress of everyday life. A nice walk or jog on the beach as the sun comes up over the Atlantic isn’t bad, either. Plus, dogs are allowed during the off-season, October 1st through May 1st. summers are also filled with fun beach activities such as a sandcastle contest, boogey board and inner tube races, kite flying contest, volleyball games, Lifeguard competitions and much more! Ocean Grove offers relief from the crowds, commercialism, and noise of other New Jersey beaches. The charming downtown is only two short blocks from the boardwalk convenient for a quick bite, early shopping, and your accommodations. Located in Monmouth County, this is a nice place to just enjoy the sand, sun, and waves. For the angler in the family, there is certainly a fair amount of New Jersey fishing in the area as well.

Ocean Grove is strategically situated at the geographic center of the Jersey Shore with Sandy Hook to the north and Atlantic City to the south, and all of the Shore’s attractions within easy access. Only an hour’s drive from Manhattan (to the north) and Philadelphia (to the south), Ocean Grove is a weekend, summer, and year-round destination for international travelers. All are drawn to all it has to offer.

Laupahoehoe Point Beach Park Canvas Prints

Laupahoehoe Point Beach Park Canvas Prints
Located on the Big Island’s Hamakua Coast, Laupahoehoe Point is a peninsula covered with coconut palms, grass and black lava rocks on the shoreline, which contrast beautifully with the deep blue ocean. On a sunny day, the ocean is particularly blue here. Laupahoehoe is known for its scenic views, but it also holds a tragic past. It was here where a tsunami killed 19 schoolchildren and 5 adults on April Fool’s Day in 1946. The names and ages of the victims were engraved on a rock, which serves as a memorial in the park. The village was later relocated further inland to avoid another tragedy. Laupahoehoe Park is a nice spot for a picnic and picture taking, but when it comes to water activities, the options are limited. Other than exploring the nearshore tidepools, the ocean is too furious and dangerous here for swimming. When you’re out on the peninsula, you can often times see the waves crash against the lava rocks. This beach park is situated on a peninsula of lava that just out from the northern coastline of the Big Island, creating a very scenic area that is well worth the drive off the main thoroughfare. A large lawn provides a nice place to relax. A plaque at Laupahoehoe Point Park memorializes the 24 people killed in the April Fool’s Day 1946 tsunami. The giant waves rose to 56 feet above sea level sweeping away a schoolhouse on the point along with 21 school children. The name of the area comes from the word describing the type of lava (pahoehoe) that formed this peninsula which is shaped like a giant leaf, or lau.

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