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London Bridge Canvas Prints

London Arch (formerly London Bridge) is an offshore natural arch formation in the Port Campbell National Park, Australia. The arch is a significant tourist attraction along the Great Ocean Road near Port Campbell in Victoria. This stack was formed by a gradual process of erosion, and until 1990 formed a complete double-span bridge. The span closer to the shoreline collapsed unexpectedly on 15 January 1990, leaving two tourists stranded on the outer span before being rescued by helicopter. No one was injured in the event. Prior to the collapse, the arch was known as London Bridge because of its similarity to its namesake. The Port Campbell National Park is a national park in the south-western district of Victoria, Australia. The 1,750-hectare (4,300-acre) national park is situated approximately 190 kilometers (120 mi) south-west of Melbourne and approximately 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) east of Warrnambool. The park is located adjacent to the Great Otway National Park and the Park. The Port Campbell National Park features an array of sheer cliffs overlooking offshore islets, rock stacks, gorges, arches, and blow-holes. As part of the Shipwreck Coast,[3] it hosts several tourist attractions; including The Twelve Apostles, the London Arch (formerly London Bridge), Loch Ard Gorge, the Gibson Steps, and The Grotto.

Virgin River and Peak Canvas Prints

Virgin River and Peak Canvas Prints
Zion National Park is located in the Southwestern United States, near Springdale, Utah. A prominent feature of the 229-square-mile (590 km2) park is Zion Canyon, which is 15 miles (24 km) long and up to half a mile (800 m) deep, cut through the reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River. The lowest elevation is 3,666 ft (1,117 m) at Coalpits Wash and the highest elevation is 8,726 ft (2,660 m) at Horse Ranch Mountain. Located at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and Mojave Desert regions, the park’s unique geography and variety of life zones allow for unusual plant and animal diversity. Numerous plant species as well as 289 species of birds, 75 mammals (including 19 species of bat), and 32 reptiles inhabit the park’s four life zones: desert, riparian, woodland, and coniferous forest. Zion National Park includes mountains, canyons, buttes, mesas, monoliths, rivers, slot canyons, and natural arches. Human habitation of the area started about 8,000 years ago with small family groups of Native Americans; the semi-nomadic Basketmaker Anasazi (300 CE) stem from one of these groups. In turn, the Virgin Anasazi culture (500 CE) developed as the Basketmakers settled in permanent communities. A different group, the Parowan Fremont, lived in the area as well. Both groups moved away by 1300 and were replaced by the Parrusits and several other Southern Paiute subtribes. Mormons came into the area in 1858 and settled there in the early 1860s. In 1909 the President of the United States, William Howard Taft, named the area a National Monument to protect the canyon, under the name of Mukuntuweap National Monument. In 1918, however, the acting director of the newly created National Park Service changed the park’s name to Zion, the name used by the Mormons.

Coronado Bridge Canvas Wall Prints

Coronado Bridge Canvas Wall Prints

The San Diego Coronado Bridge, locally referred to as the Coronado Bridge, is a “prestressed concrete steel” girder bridge, crossing over San Diego Bay in the United States, linking San Diego with Coronado, California. Coronado Central Beach runs along Ocean Boulevard with a back drop of fine homes and mansions. Beach accessible wheelchairs are available to the public, free of charge, at the Central Beach Lifeguard Tower. The bridge contains five lanes: two eastbound, two westbound, and a reversible middle lane with a moveable barrier system. North Beach is the only dog friendly beach in the area and frequented by locals and their canine companions. Silver Strand State Beach is located 4.5 miles south of Coronado Village along the Silver Strand. An underpass allows access to bayside beach and picnic area and Loews Coronado Bay Resort. From the 5 freeway just south of downtown San Diego, take the Coronado Bridge over the bay to Coronado Island. The main two-mile beach has four sections. At the foot of the Coronado Shores condominium towers is South Beach where the hull of the sunken gambling ship, the Monte Carlo, can be seen at low tide. The section starting at the Hotel Coronado past the life guard tower is Central Beach overlooked by the stately homes along Ocean Boulevard. North Beach attracts surfers in the morning, and fire rings are available for bonfires at night. The pillars supporting the bridge on the eastern end are painted with huge murals as part of Chicano Park, the largest collection of Chicano art murals in the world.

Natures Gift Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

Natures Gift Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

A waterfall is a place where water flows over a vertical drop in the course of a stream or river. Waterfalls also occur where melt water drops over the edge of a tabular iceberg or ice shelf. Not only are waterfalls gorgeous, but visiting one could be good for you. Waterfalls are commonly formed in the upper course of the river. At these times the channel is often narrow and deep. When the river courses over resistant bedrock, erosion happens slowly, while downstream the erosion occurs more rapidly. As the watercourse increases its velocity at the edge of the waterfall, it plucks material from the riverbed. Whirlpools created in the turbulence as well as sand and stones carried by the watercourse increase the erosion capacity. This causes the waterfall to carve deeper into the bed and to recede upstream. Often over time, the waterfall will recede back to form a canyon or gorge downstream as it recedes upstream, and it will carve deeper into the ridge above it. The rate of retreat for a waterfall can be as high as one and half meters per year. Streams become wider and shallower just above waterfalls due to flowing over the rock shelf, and there is usually a deep area just below the waterfall because of the kinetic energy of the water hitting the bottom. Waterfalls normally form in a rocky area due to erosion.

Eiffel Tower Canvas Painting

Eiffel Tower Canvas Painting

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.

Windansea Surf Stretched Canvas Prints

Windansea Surf Stretched Canvas Prints

Windansea Beach is a stretch of coastline located in La Jolla, a community of San Diego, California. The neighborhood adjacent to the beach is named Windansea after the beach. It is named after the 1909 oceanfront Strand Hotel that was renamed “Windansea” Hotel in 1919 after the owner Arthur Snell ran a “naming contest”. The Windansea Hotel which was located on Neptune Avenue between Playa del Sur and Playa del Norte burned down in 1943. Geographically, it is defined by the beachfront extending north of Palomar Avenue and south of Westbourne Street. San Diego Windansea Beach is located in the area of La Jolla. Ever since the 1940’s Windansea Beach has been known as a hot spot for surfing as it later gathered additional surfer attention thanks to the Windansea Surf Club. Today Windansea Beach in San Diego is still a well regarded surf location because of its steep ocean floor slopes, which create powerful waves. Modern day surfers flock to this beach to ride the same waves that the historic and famous surfers of the past once caught. However, due to the strong shore-break, swimming, diving and snorkeling is not recommended in San Diego Windansea Beach. In addition to its noteworthy surf, the Windansea Beach in San Diego is known for its handmade palm-covered shack that sits in the sand on the shore. Referred to as the San Diego Windansea Beach Surf Shack, it is a protected historical landmark.

Pond Reflecting Tree Kauai Canvas Prints

Pond Reflecting Tree Kauai Canvas Prints
Palm tree is a perennial plant with an elongated stem, or trunk, supporting branches and leaves in most species. In some usages, the definition of a tree may be narrower, including only woody plants with secondary growth, plants that are usable as lumber or plants above a specified height. Trees are not a taxonomic group but include a variety of plant species that have independently evolved a woody trunk and branches as a way to tower above other plants to compete for sunlight. In looser senses, the taller palms, the tree ferns, bananas and bamboos are also trees. Trees tend to be long-lived, some reaching several thousand years old. The tallest known tree, a coast redwood named Hyperion, stands 115.6 m (379 ft) high. Trees have been in existence for 370 million years. It is estimated that there are just over 3 trillion mature trees in the world.

Crystal Lei Canvas Wall Prints

Crystal Lei Canvas Wall Prints

Flower leis from Hawaii are so much more than flowers. They are a meaningful expression of love and “Aloha.” Take your time browsing our extensive collection of exotic Hawaiian leis, and find just the right leis for the special people in your life. Lei are a garland or wreath. More loosely defined, a lei is any series of objects strung together with the intent to be worn. The most popular concept of lei in Hawaiian culture is a wreath of flowers presented upon arriving or leaving as a symbol of affection. This concept was popularized through tourism between the Hawaiian Islands and the continental United States in the 19th and 20th centuries. Lei may be composed of a pattern or series of just about anything, but most commonly consists of fresh natural foliage such as flowers, leaves, vines, fern fronds, and seeds. The most commonly used flowers are those of plumerias, tuberose, carnations, orchids, and pikake, though maile leaves, ferns, and tī leaves are extremely popular as well as traditional among hula dancers. Fresh Hawaiian leis embody the spirit of Hawaii and its traditions which can be found at Aloha Hawaiian Flowers and Gifts. Give the gift of the Tropics to a loved one, family or friend – fresh Hawaiian lei! Our hand-made Hawaiian leis made of orchids and other tropical flowers, such as the song of India, kukui nut, ti leaf and shells, exude the love, peace, prosperity, well wishes and genuine Hawaiian hospitality. We have a wide array of extraordinary Hawaiian leis to fit all occasions that are made fresh on the Big Island of Hawaii. Each Hawaiian lei is made to order.

Chinamans Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

Chinamans Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints

Mokolii, also known among locals as Chinaman’s Hat because of its shape, is a popular spot for taking pictures on Oahu’s windward coast. The small island is located at the north end of Kaneohe Bay, offshore of Kualoa Regional Beach Park. It’s the small island that looks like a rice picker hat. At low tide the water is waist high but at high tide it will be neck high or higher. You may have heard that there are supposedly hammerhead sharks all over these waters. On the back side of the island there is a beautiful small cove with a tiny sandy beach. It is also called Chinaman’s Hat because of its cone shape, which resembles the peasant’s hat worn in rural China. Besides a few lonely palm trees and two small beaches, there isn’t anything else here. But it is still a great place to visit if you like adventures and would like to have an island to yourself once in your life. Mokolii Island, one of Windward Oahu’s most famous landmarks, lies off the park. Its creation is explained in a legend about Hiiaka, a sister of Pele, the goddess of the volcano. Mokolii Island, more commonly known as “Chinaman’s Hat,” is a cone-shaped outcropping of lava located off Kualoa Point on Oahu’s Windward Coast. It sits in Kaneohe Bay, resembling the broad-rimmed headpiece commonly worn by rural Chinese peasants. Today, Chinaman’s Hat, or Mokolii Island, is part of Kualoa Regional Park. At low tide, it is possible to kayak or wade out to Chinaman’s Hat. Looking back to Oahu, beautiful views can be seen of the Koolau Mountains, Mokapu Peninsula, Kaneohe, Kahaluu, and Kailua, so be sure to bring along a camera.

Pipe Spectacle Panoramic Canvas Photos

Pipe Spectacle Panoramic Canvas Photos

Hawaii is world-renowned for its beautiful beaches. The islands have every type of beach imaginable: white, black, green and red sand beaches; romantic bays and beach parks for the family; popular shorelines for people watching and off-the-beaten-path sands untouched by development. Popular with visitors and Hawaiian monk seals, this South Shore beach was once named America’s Best Beach. One of the most popular beaches in the world, this historic gathering place is also one of the best spots in Hawaii to take a surfing lesson. It is great Windward Coast beach for families and for outdoor activities like kayaking and snorkeling. Widely known as the birthplace of big wave surfing, Waimea’s big winter waves subside in the summer, for perfect beach conditions. Whether your idea of a day at the beach consists of lounging on golden sand, surrounded by palm trees and turquoise water or going out for a body boarding session before enjoying an afternoon beach barbecue, West Maui has a beach for you. Enjoy this list of the most popular West Maui Beaches, and remember to practice the proper safety precautions while in the ocean. To most guests surprise the Coconut Palm Tree did not originate from Hawaii, but was brought over by the Polynesians who was familiar with the fruits of the coconut seed. Most like giants these palm trees can stand about one hundred feet tall. Other dwarf palm trees only grow to around ten feet tall. Many items were brought to the Hawaiian Islands from boats and if the locals liked the items they would trade for them.

Sea Holly Rolled Canvas Prints

Sea Holly Rolled Canvas Prints
Eryngium maritimum, the sea holly or seaside eryngo, is a species of Eryngium in the plant family Apiaceae and native to most European coastlines. It resembles a plume thistle in that its flower is burr-shaped, but the flowers are metallic blue rather than mauve. Protected from winds this dune plant grows to a height of 20 to 60 cm. Although widespread, it is considered endangered in many areas, such as Germany where its occurrence has been greatly reduced throughout and has become locally extinct in several districts.In Elizabethan times in England, these plants were believed to be a strong aphrodisiac. Eryngium plants, also known as sea holly flowers, make striking additions to the garden. Mostly native to Europe and the Mediterranean, these plants generally grow anywhere from 18 to 36 inches tall with a one-foot spread. Their green or silvery-blue stems give way to green or blue cones surrounded by spiky silver, white, green, blue or violet bracts, which bloom from summer throughout fall. Sea holly plants are tolerant of drought, winds, salt sprays and sandy soils. They can be used as specimen plantings, in beds and borders, or butterfly gardens. In addition, these plants make excellent dried flowers.

Bora Bora Palms Wall Art Prints

Bora Bora Palms Wall Art Prints

Bora Bora is an island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the Pacific Ocean. The island, located about 230 kilometers northwest of Papeete, is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. In the centre of the island are the remnants of an extinct volcano rising to two peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 727 meters. Bora Bora Island is a major international tourist destination, famous for its aqua-centric luxury resorts. The major settlement, Vaitape, is on the western side of the main island, opposite the main channel into the lagoon. Produce of the island is mostly limited to what can be obtained from the sea and the plentiful coconut trees, which were historically of economic importance for copra. Bora Bora is a volcanic island surrounded by a vibrant blue lagoon and barrier reef. Much of Bora Bora’s landscape is composed of luscious green hillsides and black volcanic rock that blends into a jagged coast bordered by white sand beaches. Most like giants these palm trees can stand about one hundred feet tall. Other dwarf palm trees only grow to around ten feet tall. Popping out any where from thirty to seventy-five coconuts per year, palms trees spread pretty easily on its own. Aerodynamic these trees can stand up to very high winds and are extremely flexible and do not easily fall. This tree thrives here on the island and makes such a beautiful sunset landscape. It requires lots of sunlight, rain, and a sandy base of the ideal conditions for growth. The coconut seeds had to travel thousands of miles to reach Hawaii.

Garden Bridge Wall Hangings

Garden Bridge Wall Hangings

Bridges first appeared in the Japanese garden during the Heian period. At garden in Kyoto, a wooden bridge connects the Phoenix pavilion with a small island of stones, representing the Mount Penglai or Mount Horai, the island home of the Eight Immortals of Daoist teaching, The bridge symbolized the path to paradise and immortality. Bridges could be made of stone, or of wood, or made of logs with earth on top, covered with moss; they could be either arched or flat. Sometimes if they were part of a temple garden, they were painted red, following the Chinese tradition, but for the most part they were unpainted. During the Edo period, when large promenade gardens became popular, streams and winding paths were constructed, with a series of bridges, usually in a rustic stone or wood style, to take visitors on a tour of the scenic views of the garden. The gardens featured one or more lakes connected by bridges and winding streams. The artificial lakes were surrounded by beaches of small stones and decorated with arrangements of boulders, with natural stone bridges and stepping stones. The most famous garden of this kind, built in 1592, is situated near the Tokushima castle on the island of Shikoku. Its notable features include a bridge 10.5 meters long made of two natural stones. A wooden bridge leads to an island representing a crane, and a stone bridge connects this island to another representing a tortoise. Depending upon the size and nature of the pond, gardens that include bodies of water with islands generally include bridges connecting the islands with the shore and often with each other. Rather than the typical garden filled with striking statuary, showy plants and flowers, the Japanese Garden is a monochromatic understatement, in which the viewer is permitted the thrill of personal interpretation and discovery.

Walters Wiggles Rolled Canvas Prints

Walters Wiggles Rolled Canvas Prints

Angels Landing, known earlier as the Temple of Aeolus is a 1,488-foot (454 m) tall rock formation in Zion National Park in southern Utah. A trail, cut into solid rock in 1926, leads to the top of Angels Landing and provides a spectacular view of Zion Canyon. The trail to Angels Landing is 2.4 miles (3.9 km) long. It begins at the Grotto drop off point on the park’s shuttle system, which operates from early spring through late fall. It roughly follows the path of the Virgin River for some time, slowly gaining elevation in sandy terrain. As the trail gets steeper and leaves behind the river, it becomes paved. After a series of steep switchbacks, the trail goes through the area between Angels Landing and the Zion Canyon that is a gradual ascent. Walter’s Wiggles, a series of 21 steep switchbacks, are the last hurdle before Scout Lookout. Scout Lookout is generally the turnaround point for those who are unwilling to make the final summit push to the top of Angels Landing. The last half-mile of the trail is strenuous and littered with sharp drop offs and narrow paths. Chains to grip are provided for portions of the last half-mile to the top at 5,790 feet (1,760 m). According to the National Park Service, “The route to Angels Landing involves travel along a steep, narrow ridge with support chains anchored intermittently along the route. Footing can be slippery even when the rock is dry. Unevenly surfaced steps are cut into the rock with major cliff dropoffs adjacent. Keep off when it is wet, icy or thunderstorms are in the area. Plan to be off before dark. Younger children should skip this trail; older children must be closely supervised. The National Park Service website officially recognizes five fatalities where suspicious activity was not involved along Angels Landing, however other deaths have been reported

Virgin River Autumn canvas prints

Virgin River Autumn canvas prints

The Virgin River is a tributary of the Colorado River in the U.S. states of Utah, Nevada, and Arizona. The Virgin River Gorge, located between St. George, Utah, and Littlefield, Arizona, is a long canyon that has been carved out by the Virgin River in northwest Arizona. The Virgin River rises on the Colorado Plateau and created the topography of both Zion National Park and the Virgin River Gorge. The Virgin River Trail follows the Virgin River valley through the city of St. George in the southwest corner of Utah. The trail provides striking views of the river as well as connections to nearby residences, public facilities, and commercial centers. The Virgin River, flowing through spectacular Washington County, Utah, offers a rare chance to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Virgin River Gorge as well as its exciting whitewater. After flowing leisurely out of Zion National Park and past the city of St. George, the river begins its descent through the Virgin River Gorge. Due to the ferocious forces of erosion over 200 million years, the Virgin River has carved Utah’s sandstone into geological art. Beginning at over 9,000 feet to the north of the park, the north fork of the river winds its way for 190 miles toward southern Nevada and beyond. Along the way it sculpts legendary formations such as Zion’s famous Narrows, and the striated lines of the canyon walls provide a peek at what the center of the Earth might look like. When hiking in places such as the Narrows or slot canyons, always keep an eye on the weather forecast since the Virgin River is prone to flash floods at any time of the year.

Green Agave Plant Photographic Print on Canvas

Green Agave Plant Photographic Print on Canvas

A leaf is an organ of a vascular plant and is the principal lateral appendage of the stem. The leaves and stem together form the shoot. Foliage is a mass noun that refers to leaves collectively. A leaf is an above-ground plant organ. Its main functions are photosynthesis and gas exchange. A leaf is often flat, so it absorbs the most light, and thin, so that the sunlight can get to the chloroplasts in the cells. Most leaves have stomata, which open and close. They regulate carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water vapour exchange with the atmosphere. Plants with leaves all year round are evergreens, and those that shed their leaves are deciduous. Deciduous trees and shrubs generally lose their leaves in autumn. Before this happens, the leaves change colour. Agave tequilana is used in the production of tequila. Agave nectar, a sweetener derived from the sap, is used as an alternative to sugar in cooking, and can be added to breakfast cereals as a binding agent. Agave species are succulents with a large rosette of thick, fleshy leaves, each ending generally in a sharp point and with a spiny margin; the stout stem is usually short, with the leaves apparently springing from the root. Along with plants from the related genus Yucca, various Agave species are popular ornamental plants in warmer climates. The agave root system, consisting of a network of shallow rhizomes, is designed to help the agave efficiently capture moisture from rain, condensation, and dew. In addition to growing from seeds, most agaves produce young plants from runners

Woody Car Panoramic Canvas Photos

Woody Car Panoramic Canvas Photos

Classic Woodie, a type of car where the rear portion of the bodywork is made of wood. A wooden roller coaster, a roller coaster with running rails made of flattened steel strips mounted on laminated wooden track Woodie, the first Fender amplifier. The Woodies, collective nickname for Australian tennis players and long-time doubles partners Todd Wood bridge and Mark Wood forde. In the world of fine collector vehicles, there are very few that are as rare and collectable. This wonderful wood wagon underwent a complete restoration with no detail overlooked. The new wood body features many coats of marine spar varnish. The beautiful deep maroon paint contrasts nicely with the lighter colored woodwork. The Standard 3 seat interior has been done in the correct factory style and shows nicely. The dash has been meticulously wood grained, also, in the factory correct style. In the 1930s, in response to the demand for stylish vehicles, many car manufacturers began building woodies, wood-bodied vehicles that possessed the kind of character and style that an ordinary steel-bodied car did not. Because of the impracticality and high cost of production car manufacturers eventually stopped building the Classic woodies. Only a very limited number of woodies were made, which makes them so valuable today.

Cannon Beach Rolled Canvas Prints

Cannon Beach Rolled Canvas Prints

Cannon Beach is a city in Clatsop County, Oregon, United States. Cannon Beach offers the perfect setting for a refreshing stroll, a warm gathering around a beach fire or exploring the Oregon Coast’s remarkable natural areas. There are dozens of public beach accesses that offer passage to this scenic wonderland. In addition to the unbeatable view from the beach, Cannon Beach offers easy access to several great viewpoints and natural areas, like nearby Ecola State Park with its unforgettable vistas, to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Oregon Coast. Cannon Beach offers the perfect setting for a refreshing stroll, a warm gathering around a beach fire or exploring the Oregon Coast’s remarkable natural areas. There are dozens of public beach accesses that offer passage to this scenic wonderland. In addition to the unbeatable view from the beach, Cannon Beach offers easy access to several great viewpoints and natural areas, like nearby Ecola State Park with its unforgettable vistas, to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Oregon Coast. Nearly four miles of sandy beach stretch out north and south of downtown Cannon Beach with Oregon’s iconic Haystack Rock sitting approximately midway on this scenic paradise. Venture further and you will find more beaches and dramatic rock formations that have made the Oregon Coast famous for its dramatic landscapes.

Sandy Beach Palm Trees Panoramic Canvas Prints

Sandy Beach Palm Trees Panoramic Canvas Prints

Bora Bora is a 30 km2 (12 sq mi) island in the Leeward group in the western part of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the Pacific Ocean. The island, located about 230 kilometres (143 miles) northwest of Papeete, is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. In the centre of the island are the remnants of an extinct volcano rising to two peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, the highest point at 727 metres (2,385 feet). Bora Bora is a major international tourist destination, famous for its aqua-centric luxury resorts. The major settlement, Vaitape, is on the western side of the main island, opposite the main channel into the lagoon. Produce of the island is mostly limited to what can be obtained from the sea and the plentiful coconut trees, which were historically of economic importance for copra. According to a 2008 census, Bora Bora has a permanent population of 8,880. The island was inhabited by Polynesian settlers around the 4th century. The first European sighting was made by Jakob Roggeveen in 1722. James Cook sighted the island in 1770 and landed that same year. The London Missionary Society arrived in 1820 and founded a Protestant church in 1890. Bora Bora was an independent kingdom until 1888 when its last queen Teriimaevarua III was forced to abdicate by the French who annexed the island as a colony.

Ocean Wave Rolled Canvas Posters

Ocean Wave Rolled Canvas Posters
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 waves 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. A wave suitable for surfing results from maximum speeds of 5 meters per second. 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.

Ventura Pier Canvas Posters

Ventura Pier Canvas Posters

There is something for everyone at the Ventura Harbor. For those who want to stay on land, the harbor offers a variety of charming boutiques to browse in. Ventura Pier has stood as a symbol of the region’s rich history and natural resources. Today the Ventura Pier is a favorite attraction for fishing, picnics, sunset strolls and beautiful views of Ventura County’s coastline and the Channel Islands. Get cozy on one of the patios overlooking the water while enjoying fresh seafood and a glass of locally grown wine. For the more adventurous, kayaks are available to rent as are paddle boards and pedal boats — a favorite for kids! Or round up your group and take a boat cruise through Ventura’s Keys, home to some of the most beautiful waterfront homes in Ventura. If you are looking for a day trip, Ventura Harbor Village is the starting point for a chartered cruise to the Channel Islands where you can experience whales and dolphins playing in a coastal paradise, in a pristine natural setting. An ice cream shop, an arcade and a carousel are just a few of the things that will keep our young visitors busy! Don’t forget to stop by the Channel Islands Visitors Center! All ages will be intrigued by local exhibits and films available for viewing. Ventura’s miles of pristine beaches are naturally its star attraction. Take a long walk down the beach with the sand between your toes or jog along the park with a view of the water glistening in the sun. Take advantage of the waves to surf, swim or boogie board on a warm sunny day. When you get hungry, try world famous fish tacos at the beach side cafe, where they will even let you bring your own beer or wine a local favorite for sure. Ventura is especially proud of its pier. The Ventura Pier has stood as a symbol of the region’s rich history and natural resources since 1872. The best child-friendly spots are Marina park and Promenade, both of which feature fun playgrounds for kids to explore. Wheel Fun rentals also offer bright colored deuce coupes to cycle the promenade in style.

Beautiful Sunset Canvas Prints

Beautiful Sunset Canvas Prints

Sunset is a wonderful opportunity for us to appreciate all the great things the sun gives us. In photography, the golden hour is a period shortly after sunrise or before sunset during which daylight is redder and softer compared to when the Sun is higher in the sky. When the sun is near the horizon, sunlight travels through a greater depth of atmosphere, reducing the intensity of the direct light, so that more of the illumination comes from indirect light from the sky, reducing the lighting ratio. More blue light is scattered, so if the sun is present, its light appears more reddish. In addition, the sun small angle with the horizon produces longer shadows. In the middle of the day, the bright overhead sun can create strong highlights and dark shadows. The degree to which overexposure can occur varies because different types of film and digital cameras have different dynamic ranges. This harsh lighting problem is particularly important in portrait photography, where a fill flash is often necessary to balance lighting across the subject face or body, filling in strong shadows that are usually considered undesirable. Because the contrast is less during the golden hour, shadows are less dark and highlights are less likely to be overexposed. In landscape photography, the warm color of the low sun is often considered desirable to enhance the colors of the scene. Sunsets are viewed with wonder not just because they are beautiful but because they are fleeting.

Tropical Lilies Wrapped Canvas Prints

Tropical Lilies Wrapped Canvas Prints
There are two main types of water lilies that we can select for our ponds, tropical and hardies. Tropical water lilies come in a wide spectrum of colors, purple, blue, red, pink, peach, orange, white and yellow or a mixture of some or all the colors. Mainly all tropical water lilies are medium and large varieties but one can grow almost any tropical in a one-gallon container to keep it small, and if fertilized properly, the plant will bloom well. All tropical water lily flowers come up well above the water surface while the leaves rest on the water surface. Tropical water lilies are classified as being day blooming, night blooming, viviparous or non viviparous. Be careful when deciding on the tropical water lily of choice and make sure to take in consideration day or night blooming water plants. We have put a brief description by each water lily, stating the size, spread and proper water depth, plus whether it is night blooming, day blooming. Tropical water lilies are true to their name, they do not do well in the winter in very cold climates. If a pond freezes and stays frozen all day, then it is probably too cold to over winter them outside. But tropical will grow perfectly fine just about anywhere once temperatures get warm and warm meaning water temperatures above 65 degrees at night and days above 80. Water lilies as a whole like to have direct sunlight but if outside temperatures get up into the high 90, then water lilies will prefer to be in the shade. Almost all will tolerate 50% of shade even with average temperature growing conditions which is 65 to 95 degrees. Tropical water lilies will outperform hardy water lilies by blooming, growing and staying up twice as much and long compared to hardy water lilies.

Rye Pier Twilight Rolled Canvas Prints

Rye Pier Twilight Rolled Canvas Prints

Rye Pier is a popular place to go fishing and is a great place just to take a stroll at any time of the year. The Pier is opposite Napier Street in the shopping precinct on Point Nepean Road. You can access the pier from several Foreshore car parks, or you can easily walk or cycle there from other parts of Rye. White Cliffs is a rocky cliff outcrop on a small hill about a kilometre to the West of Rye Pier. Rye is a seaside resort town, approximately 83 km south of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Its bay beach is popular with swimmers, fishermen, yachtsmen and kite surfers. Its ocean beach is also popular with surfers. Rye’s summer carnival is located beside the pier carpark. The southern Mornington Peninsula is unique in offering an abundance of pier based fishing alternatives. With nine or so significant piers and a number of smaller and private structures it boasts more fishable piers than anywhere in the state. Rye is both a wonderful place to live and a great place to holiday. The life style for residents is relaxed and enjoyable. There are a huge range of activities available for people of all ages to become involved in, certainly something to please everyone. The unspoilt and spectacular beaches are one of the special features of Rye, and the beaches are certainly one of the reasons why Rye is so popular as a holiday destination. To learn more about Rye now, and about Rye’s history, explore this page further. There is a shared pathway that continues in both directions from the Pier. There are usually several options for boat trips to do from the pier over the summer season.

Hens and Chicks succulent Canvas Prints

Hens and Chicks succulent Canvas Prints
Hen and chicks is a common name for a group of small succulent plants belonging to the flowering plant family Crassulaceae, native to Europe and northern Africa. They grow close to the ground with leaves formed around each other in a rosette, and propagating by offsets. The “hen” is the main plant, and the “chicks” are the offspring, which start as tiny buds on the main plant and soon sprout their own roots, taking up residence close to the mother plant.Plants commonly referred to as “Hens and chicks” include ground-hugging species of Sempervivum such as Sempervivum ‘Pekinese’, S. arachnoideum, and S. arachnoideum ,as well as members of the related genus Jovibarba. The name is also used for some species of Echeveria, Sedum and Bergenia although these plants differ significantly from Sempervivum and Jovibarba, and may require different cultivation and care. Hen and chicks is popular in gardens for its varied and interesting appearance and hardiness. It is grown as container planting or in rock gardens. It does best in well-drained, rocky soil; if they are kept wet, the outer leaves will rot. Although it does best in sun, it will grow in light shade.

Double Rainbow Rolled Canvas Prints

Double Rainbow Rolled Canvas Prints

It is not uncommon to see a rainbow behind or ahead of a rain storm, but have you ever seen a double rainbow. A ray of sunlight passes through a raindrop, reflecting off the back of the drop at varying angles. Along with this reflection is refraction of light that causes of a spectrum of colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Certain angles and bending reflect light better for refraction to occur, and the amount of light refraction corresponds to wavelength and color. Nature natural color spectrum always elicits the same pattern (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet) when light is refracted, commonly known. While a primary rainbow is visible when light is reflected once off the back of a raindrop, a secondary and usually dimmer rainbow is spotted when light is reflected twice in a more complicated pattern. The colors of the second rainbow are inverted, with blue on the outside and red moved to the inside. The second bow appears dimmer or cloudier because much more light is released from two reflections, and both bows cover a larger portion of the sky. It is rare and unlikely, but three or even four rainbows can be seen on occasion, but only if they are reflected off of the earthly objects. The best time to see a rainbow is in the early morning or late afternoon, when the sun is lower in the sky. When the sun is in a lower position, a higher bow can be seen. Many rain droplets of all different sizes, not just one, are responsible for this phenomenon. Perhaps billions of water droplets and sunlight reflections make a rainbow visible to the human eye.

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