Friday, April 20, 2012

#FriFotos: Celebrating Earth Day with some Nature

This week, #FriFotos’s theme is Earth Day.  I realized that I don’t take as many great outdoorsy photos as I do with architecture or food. but I managed to scrape up a few for this week.  Now that the weather is perfect in Boston, I may need to get out there on my bike and snap some more nature photos.

A deer checking out our campsite at Mammoth Caves National Park in Kentucky.

 

Amicalola Falls in North Georgia is the highest waterfall in the Southeast. The Appalachian Trail starts in this park, too.

 

Fall foliage at Radnor Lake in Nashville.

 

The redwood trees in Muir Woods, California.

 

A valley in the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland.

 

Wild horses on Cumberland Island in Georgia.

What’s #FriFotos? It’s a weekly Twitter event, with a different theme each week, founded by @EpsteinTravels where people from all over the world share their favorite pics. Search #FriFotos on Twitter to see everyone’s submissions.

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5 Responses to “#FriFotos: Celebrating Earth Day with some Nature”

  1. 1

    mom — April 20, 2012 @ 3:07 pm

    Nice idea for EARTH DAY!!!!!!

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    Randall — April 22, 2012 @ 3:59 am

    That’s a great picture of Radnor Lake. We get nice foliage here in the northwest, but that’s pretty awesome.

    • ehalvey replied: — April 23rd, 2012 @ 10:34 am

      Thanks, it took me three years to finally visit while living in Nashville. I’m looking forward to the crazy foliage in New England.

  3. 3

    100 Reasons to travel | Trip Logic — July 5, 2012 @ 11:39 am

    […] Travel reminds you of the beauty of nature. […]

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    Terry Denton — July 6, 2012 @ 5:18 pm

    Congrats on making the “100 Reasons To Travel” list by Trip Logic – http://goo.gl/7yH6Q. As a fairly new blogger, I was pleased to make the list as well (# 16).

    If you have a moment, check out my admittedly quirky travel blog at http://www.travelbyterry.com. It’s a fun read, or meant to be at least. ;0)

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