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Winter Lagoon Explorations

This April we had the chance to travel back to our summer stomping grounds in Cape Krusenstern National Monument. We arrived in Kotzebue to a wash of white; what was previously a sea of rolling swells and breaking waves was now a sheet of ice as far as the eye could see. 542 more words


Ang Thong National Marine Park, Koh Samui

Ang Thong National Marine Park is made up of 42 islands consisting of limestone mountains, white sand beaches, waterfalls, hidden coves & more. I was blessed to visit these islands almost 12 years ago & when Albert officially became Canadian (yes!), I wanted us to travel somewhere to celebrate. 289 more words


Philippines: El Nido xanh biêng biếc!

Nhân dịp hôm nay tự dưng có hứng nên sẽ ngồi gõ vài dòng cho El Nido, vùng biển xanh biếc mê hồn mà mình may mắn có dịp đặt chân đến. 2,662 more words


Salt Flats, Lagoons And A Much Needed Hot Spring

A part of this particular article is fairly embarrassing, however embarrassment for me is usually entertainment for you so I’m prepared to share the following. 1,154 more words


Sioli Desert & Laguna Colorada Feb 2016

I don’t think I could ever get enough of the beauty of Salar de Uyuni and it was sad to leave.  We ventured on by 4×4 to the Sioli Desert and its colored lagoons.   622 more words


Musselburgh Lagoons

I haven’t posted for a long long while so I suppose there’s no time like the present to get started again..

Sometime in January I got up early and headed out to see if I could capture the Short-Eared owls that were hunting at Musselburgh Lagoons over winter. 131 more words

‘Shade Balls’ Roll their Way into the Spotlight

by Samantha Englert

This past summer you may have noted that social media has been flooded with pictures and videos of black balls blanketing several California reservoirs, somewhat reminiscent of a massive playground pit filled with black plastic balls. 287 more words

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