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Coral Turtle Panoramic Canvas Photos

Coral Turtle Panoramic Canvas Photos

The green sea turtle or Coral Turtle, also known as the green turtle, black sea turtle, or Pacific green turtle, is a large sea turtle of the family Cheloniidae. It is the only species in the genus Chelonia. Its range extends throughout tropical and subtropical seas around the world, with two distinct populations in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The common name comes from the usually green fat found beneath its carapace. This sea turtle’s dorsoventrally flattened body is covered by a large, teardrop-shaped carapace; it has a pair of large, paddle-like flippers. It is usually lightly colored, although in the eastern Pacific populations parts of the carapace can be almost black. Unlike other members of its family, such as the hawksbill sea turtle, coral turtle is mostly herbivorous. The adults usually inhabit shallow lagoons, feeding mostly on various species of sea grasses. Like other sea turtles, green sea turtles migrate long distances between feeding grounds and hatching beaches. Many islands worldwide are known as Turtle Island due to green sea turtles nesting on their beaches. Females crawl out on beaches, dig nests and lay eggs during the night. Later, hatchlings emerge and scramble into the water. Those that reach maturity may live to eighty years in the wild. It is illegal to collect, harm or kill them. In addition, many countries have laws and ordinances to protect nesting areas. However, turtles are still in danger due to human activity. In some countries, turtles and their eggs are hunted for food. Pollution indirectly harms turtles at both population and individual scales. Many turtles die caught in fishing nets. Also, real estate development often causes habitat loss by eliminating nesting beaches.

Rock Arches Canvas Prints

Rock Arches Canvas Prints
Bryce Canyon National Park is a National Park located in southwestern Utah in the United States. The major feature of the park is Bryce Canyon, which despite its name, is not a canyon, but a collection of giant natural amphitheaters along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Bryce is distinctive due to geological structures called hoodoos, formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks. The red, orange, and white colors of the rocks provide spectacular views for park visitors. Bryce sits at a much higher elevation than nearby Zion National Park. The rim at Bryce varies from 8,000 to 9,000 feet (2,400 to 2,700 m). The Bryce Canyon area was settled by Mormon pioneers in the 1850s and was named after Ebenezer Bryce, who homesteaded in the area in 1874. The area around Bryce Canyon became a National Monument in 1923 and was designated as a National Park in 1928. The park covers 35,835 acres and receives relatively few visitors compared to Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon, largely due to its remote location. The national park lies within the Colorado Plateau geographic province of North America and straddles the southeastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau west of the Paunsaugunt Fault (Paunsaugunt is Paiute for “home of the beaver”). Park visitors arrive from the plateau part of the park and look over the plateau’s edge toward a valley containing the fault and the Paria River just beyond it (Paria is Paiute for “muddy or elk water”). The edge of the Kaiparowits Plateau bounds the opposite side of the valley.

Dry Falls Rolled Canvas Prints

Dry Falls Rolled Canvas Prints
Dry Falls, also known as Upper Cullasaja Falls, is a waterfall located in the Nantahala National Forest, northwest of Highlands, North Carolina. During rainy spells when the water volume is higher, the spray will prevent you from staying totally dry. Less than a mile from Bridal Veil Falls, Dry Fall drops 80 feet, 40 feet of that distance is free fall. The neat thing about this falls is that an easy, paved path leads down from the parking lot, taking you inside the recessed ledge behind the roaring and sometimes drenching waters for a view from the other side. Everyone can enjoy the view from a fully accessible observation area adjacent to the parking area. It is a short walk down the trail to reach the falls. While the view is nice from the roadside observation deck, the real treat is getting a closer look by climbing down the stairs and short path. There are many great vantage points along the way for photos. You may be able to see a rainbow if you and the sun are in the right position. The spray from the falls may get you wet when you walk behind it, so have somewhere to hide your camera or anything you donot want to get wet. But it is usually just a little mist. Dry Falls flows on the Cullasaja River through the Nantahala National Forest. It is part of a series of waterfalls on an 8.7-mile (14 km) stretch of the river that eventually ends with Cullasaja Falls. Dry Falls flows over an overhanging bluff that allows visitors to walk up under the falls and remain relatively dry when the water flow is low, hence its name. Visitors will get wet if the water flow is high.

Waterfall Canvas Art Prints

Waterfall Canvas Art Prints

On the Kakadu Highway down Cooinda at the south end of Kakadu National Park to Jim Jim and Twin Falls. From the north end of the park turn east off the Kakadu Highway 43km south of the Bowali Centre. this is only a 4WD access road. A just under 2km return walk through a monsoon forest and over small and larger boulders will take you to a deep plunge pool surrounded by ancient, 150-metre high cliffs where the falls pound the bottom during the Tropical Summer also known as the Green or Wet Seasons usually from late November to March. As season may change access may be unpredictable. Jim Jim Gorge Track is an icon of the region and must do for the fit and adventurous.
It is believed that 140 million years ago much of Kakadu was under a shallow sea. The prominent escarpment wall formed sea cliffs and the Arnhem Land plateau formed a flat land above the sea. Today the escarpment, which rises to 330 meters (1,080 ft) above the plains, extends over 500 kilometers (310 mi) along the eastern side of the national park and into Arnhem Land. It varies from vertical cliffs in the Jim Jim Falls area to stepped cliffs and isolated outliers in the north. A very steep marked walking route leads to the plateau above Jim Jim Falls. This walk is suitable only for very fit people, who can manage a very steep climb in hot conditions. During the dry season written road reports may be provided on a weekly basis as road conditions are less variable and road reports are not loaded onto the web on weekends or public holidays.

Death Valley National Park Canvas Prints

Death Valley National Park Canvas Prints
Zabriskie Point is a part of Amargosa Range located east of Death Valley in Death Valley National Park in California, United States noted for its erosional landscape. It is composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake, which dried up 5 million years ago long before Death Valley came into existence. The location was named after Christian Brevoort Zabriskie, vice-president and general manager of the Pacific Coast Borax Company in the early 20th century. Death Valley National Park is a national park in the United States Of America in the two states California and Nevada and is located east of the Sierra Nevada, occupying an interface zone between the arid Great Basin and Mojave deserts in the United States. The park protects the northwest corner of the Mojave Desert and contains a diverse desert environment of salt-flats, sand dunes, badlands, valleys, canyons, and mountains. It is the largest national park in the lower 48 states and has been declared an International Biosphere Reserve. Approximately 95% of the park is a designated wilderness area. It is the hottest and driest of the national parks in the United States. The second-lowest point in the Western Hemisphere is in Badwater Basin, which is 282 feet (86 m) below sea level. The park is home to many species of plants and animals that have adapted to this harsh desert environment. Some examples include creosote bush, bighorn sheep, coyote, and the Death Valley pupfish, a survivor of much wetter times.

Flamingos Sleeping in Pond Canvas Prints

Flamingos or flamingoes are a type of wading bird in the genus Phoenicopterus, the only genus in the family Phoenicopteridae. There are four flamingo species in the Americas and two species in the Old World. Flamingo comes from Spanish flamenco, “with the colour of flame”, in turn coming from Provençal flamenc from flama “flame” and Germanic-like suffix -ing, with a possible influence of words like Fleming. A similar etymology has the Latinate Greek term Phoenicopterus, literally “blood red-feathered”. Traditionally, the long-legged Ciconiiformes, probably a paraphyletic assemblage, have been considered the flamingos’ closest relatives and the family was included in the order. Usually the ibises and spoonbills of the Threskiornithidae were considered their closest relatives within this order. Earlier genetic studies, such as those of Charles Sibley and colleagues, also supported this relationship. Relationships to the waterfowl were considered as well, especially as flamingos are parasitized by feather lice of the genus Anaticola, which are otherwise exclusively found on ducks and geese. The peculiar presbyornithids were used to argue for a close relationship between flamingos, waterfowl, and waders. A 2002 paper concluded they are waterfowl, but a 2014 comprehensive study of bird orders found that flamingos and grebes are not waterfowl, but rather are part of Columbea along with doves, sandgrouse, and mesites. Six flamingo species are recognized by most sources, and these are generally placed in one genus. Two species, the Andean and the James’s flamingo, are often placed in the genus Phoenicoparrus instead of Phoenicopterus.

Golden Granite Wall Decals

Golden Granite Wall Decals

Tasmania has a complex geological history, with the world’s biggest exposure of diabase, or dolerite. The rock record contains representatives of each period of the Neoproterozoic, Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cainozoic eras. It is one of the few southern hemisphere areas glaciated during the Pleistocene with glacial landforms in the higher parts. The west coast region hosts significant mineralisation and numerous active and historic mines. The earliest geological history is recorded in rocks from over 1,270 million years ago. These older rocks from western Tasmania and King Island were strongly folded and metamorphosed into rocks such as quartzite. After this there are many signs of glaciation from the Cryogenian, as well as the global warming that occurred at the start of the Ediacaran period. An orogeny folded the older Precambrian rocks. In the Cambrian time the Tyennan block forming the south west and central Tasmania, was pushed up and slightly over the land of north west Tasmania, the Tyennan Orogeny. Then there were volcanic action and sediments from the Cambrian and Ordovician. The large ore deposits were formed on the West Coast. The north east of Tasmania began to form as part of the Lachlan Orogen with turbidity flows of mud and sand on to the ocean floor. In the Devonian the Taberabban Orogeny caused more folding, and intrusion of granite on the west and east coasts, and probably joined the east of Tasmania to the west.

Taj Mahal Reflection Rolled Canvas Prints

Taj Mahal Reflection Rolled Canvas Prints

The Taj Mahal is a white marble mausoleum located on the southern bank of the Yamuna River in the Indian city of Agra. It was commissioned by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to house the tomb of his favorite wife of three, Mumtaz Mahal. The mausoleum crafted in soft & pure marble and jewelled with semi precious stones, where in the serenity of paradise rests the Queen in peace with her King. The grace of perfection of proportions and grandeur of geometrical patterns of well appointed gardens enhancing the poise of the whole complex together add magnificence to the delicacy of this monument of love, dedication and purity. Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder! Probably for Taj Mahal, the axiom is just the other way round. The Taj is the beauty personified! The Taj displays its different moods through its varied shades. The Taj has as many shades as any kind of beauty can ever have! The Taj is pinkish in the morning, milky white in the evening, golden when the moon shines and the intermediary variants during different hours of the day and during different seasons in a year. The tomb is the representation of the house of the queen in Paradise, and its setting was based on the palace gardens of the great nobles that lined both sides of the river at Agra India. You will explore the entire complex of the Taj Mahal with an explanation of each building and an account of the mausoleum’s urban setting, its design and construction, its symbolic meaning, and its history up to the present day.

Purple Palms Rolled Canvas Prints

Purple Palms Rolled Canvas Prints

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. 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. Tied to the boats, being water resistant, and able to float, they made the journey easily. Nets would simply be tied to the boat with the seeds pulled along. Also the seeds can travel on there own from Island to Island, which is why most beaches have palm trees along the coastlines. Many items were brought to the Hawaiian Islands from boats and if the locals liked the items they would trade for them.

Maldives Beach Canvas Posters

Maldives Beach Canvas Posters

The Maldives is home to perhaps the best beaches in the world, they are on almost every one of the country’s 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 cyan-blue water like this almost nowhere else on earth. 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.

Hurricane Ridge Olympic National Park Canvas Prints

Hurricane Ridge Olympic National Park Canvas Prints
Hurricane Ridge is a mountainous area in Washington’s Olympic National Park. It can be accessed by road from Port Angeles and is open to hiking, skiing, and snowboarding. At an elevation of 5,242 feet (1,598 m), Hurricane Ridge is a year-round destination. In summer, visitors come for views of the Olympic Mountains, as well as for superb hiking. During the winter months the small, family oriented Hurricane Ridge Ski and Snowboard Area offers lift-serviced downhill skiing and snowboarding. Spectacular views of the Olympic National Park can be seen from the Hurricane Ridge viewpoint. The road leading west from the Hurricane Ridge visitor center is dotted with picnic areas and trail heads. A paved trail called the Hurricane hill trail is popular with visitors, and is about 1.6 miles long with an elevation gain of about 700 ft. It is not uncommon to find snow on the trails even as late as July. Several other dirt trails of varying distances and difficulty levels branch off of the Hurricane hill trail. The picnic areas are open only in the summer, and have restrooms, water and paved access to picnic tables. The Hurricane Ridge visitors center offers several conveniences, including an information desk, gift-shop, restrooms, and a snack bar. The exhibits in the visitor center are open year-round, but limited to Friday – Sunday during the winter months. Hurricane Ridge is named for its intense gales and winds. The weather in the Olympic Mountains is unpredictable, and visitors should be prepared for snow at any time of year.

Old Faithful Wyoming Canvas Prints

Old Faithful Wyoming Canvas Prints

Old Faithful is a cone geyser located in Wyoming, in Yellowstone National Park in the United States. Old Faithful was named in 1870 during the Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition and was the first geyser in the park to receive a name. It is one of the most predictable geographical features on Earth, erupting every 35 to 120 minutes. The geyser, as well as the nearby Old Faithful Inn, is part of the Old Faithful Historic District. Over the years, the length of the interval has increased, which may be the result of earthquakes affecting subterranean water levels. These disruptions have made the earlier mathematical relationship inaccurate, but have in fact made Old Faithful more predictable. With a margin of error of 10 minutes, Old Faithful will erupt 65 minutes after an eruption lasting less than 2.5 minutes or 91 minutes after an eruption lasting more than 2.5 minutes. The reliability of Old Faithful can be attributed to the fact that it is not connected to any other thermal features of the Upper Geyser Basin.

Wyoming is the 10th most extensive, but the least populous and the second least densely populated of the 50 United States. The western two thirds of the state is covered mostly with the mountain ranges and rangelands in the foothills of the Eastern Rocky Mountains, while the eastern third of the state is high elevation prairie known as the High Plains. Cheyenne is the capital and the most populous city in Wyoming, with a population of 91,738 in the metropolitan area.

Pike Place Market Rolled Canvas Pictures

Pike Place Market Rolled Canvas Pictures

Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers’ markets in the United States. It is a place of business for many small farmers, craftspeople and merchants. Named after the central street, Pike Place runs northwest from Pike Street to Virginia Street. With more than 10 million visitors annually, Pike Place Market is Seattle’s most popular tourist destination and is the 33rd most visited tourist attraction in the world. Pike Place Market is home to nearly 500 residents who live in 8 different buildings throughout the Market. There are more than 80 restaurants to temp you, from take-out counters specializing in donuts to fine dining establishments. Bring your appetite and enjoy exploring Pike Place Market. One of the Market’s major attractions is Pike Place Fish Market, where employees throw three-foot salmon and other fish to each other rather than passing them by hand. When a customer orders a fish, an employee at the Fish Market’s ice-covered fish table picks up the fish and hurls it over the counter top, where another employee catches it and preps it for marketing.

Dawn Through Palms Canvas Posters

Dawn Through Palms Canvas Posters

As the sun shines down through blue skies, many seek refuge under the shade of palm leaves. The view from beneath palm leaves always makes us feel right at home. Palm trees and their leaves are used for many types of weaving, depending on the type. Several species of palm trees produce powerful medicines, like the coconut palm. 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. Enjoy palm shades on popular 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 beach, but was brought over by the visitors 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. Popping out anywhere from thirty to seventy five coconuts per year, palms trees spread pretty easily on its own. These trees can stand up to very high winds and are extremely flexible and do not easily fall. There are glistening waves gently lapping against shimmering white sand. Glorious sunshine beaming down from pristine blue skies, birds soaring high above. Take a perfect break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Also the seeds can travel on their own, which is why most beaches have palm trees along the coastlines.

Thirteenth Beach Canvas Wall Prints

Thirteenth Beach Canvas Wall Prints

Thirteenth Beach is part of the 7 km long section of coast between Barwon Heads and Black Rock. It occupies the western 4.5 km and faces essentially due south. The beach receives waves averaging 1.5 m, is moderately sloping and is fronted by a single bar, dominated by rips every 250 m. The beach is backed by a vegetated foredune for most of its length, and the Barwon Heads to Torquay Road. The best access is provided at the surf lifesaving club, with additional car parks and access tracks located along the road. The surf club, founded in 1961, is the only development on what is a relatively natural beach. Its members rescue 5 people on average each year. It is rugged sandy surf beach at Barwon Heads. One of the closest surf beaches to Geelong and a year-round favorite with surfing diehards. Lifesavers patrol during summer. Rips are a common feature of the beach, with safest bathing on the bars in the patrolled area. Strong permanent rips lie east of the surf club. The western end is adjacent to the Black Rock sewer outlet and should be avoided. A popular surfing beach with low to moderate swell providing numerous beach breaks, all readily accessible from the main road. One of the more popular areas is in front of the shipping beacon, known as The Beacon. It is a good, natural spot for beach fishing, with good road access to the numerous rip holes that persist along the beach.

Bandon Sunset Canvas Prints

Bandon Sunset Canvas Prints

Bandon has tons of attractions and things to do like Golf, Fishing, Rafting, Sightseeing and more. Bandon, Oregon is a destination for golfers looking for a beautifully scenic, yet challenging championship-level golf courses. There are a total of 7 picture esque courses available in close proximity and all are award winning. These challenging and rewarding courses will keep you busy and there is a golf supply store in town if any needs develop during one of your rounds. Some land is made for golf. Bandon is one of those places and Bandon Crossings offers both incredible golf and great value. Here you can enjoy a highly conditioned course and relax in a cart. Majestic coastal trees, classically sculpted bunkers and uneven terrain provide the main challenge says GOLF Magazine, who also named it an Affordable Alternative to Bandon Trails. There are holes unlike any others. 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. Like many communities on the Oregon coast, Bandon had significant fishing and timber industries, which were greatly diminished by the 1980s, though some remnants still exist.

New Jersey Skyscrapers Rolled Canvas Prints

New Jersey Skyscrapers Rolled Canvas Prints

New Jersey is a state in the Northeastern and Middle Atlantic regions of the United States. It is bordered on the north and east by New York, on the southeast and south by the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Pennsylvania, and on the southwest by Delaware. New Jersey is the fourth-smallest state, but the 11th-most populous and the most densely populated of the 50 United States. New Jersey lies entirely within the combined statistical areas of New York City and Philadelphia. New Jersey’s location as a crossroads of commerce and its extensive transportation system have put over one third of all United States residents and many Canadian residents within overnight distance by land. This accessibility to people has enabled seaside resorts such as Atlantic City and the remainder of the Jersey Shore, as well as the state’s other natural, historical and cultural attractions, to contribute significantly to New Jersey’s record tourism. New Jersey was one of the Thirteen Colonies that revolted against British rule in the American Revolution. New Jersey is bordered on the north and northeast by New York, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean; on the southwest by Delaware across Delaware Bay; and on the west by Pennsylvania across the Delaware River. For its overall population and nation leading population density, New Jersey has a relative paucity of classic large cities. The New Jersey Turnpike is one of the most prominent and heavily traveled roadways in the United States. This toll road carries interstate traffic between Delaware and New York, and the East Coast in general.

High Tide Canvas Beach Prints

High Tide Canvas Beach Prints

Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of gravitational forces exerted by the Moon, Sun, and rotation of the Earth. The times and amplitude of tides at a locale are influenced by the alignment of the Sun and Moon, by the pattern of tides in the deep ocean, by the amphidromic systems of the oceans, and the shape of the coastline and near-shore bathymetry. Some shorelines experience a semi-diurnal tide – two nearly equal high and low tides each day. Others locations experience a diurnal tide only one high and low tide each day. A “mixed tide”; two uneven tides a day, or one high and one low, is also possible. Tides vary on timescales ranging from hours to years due to a number of factors. To make accurate records, tide gauges at fixed stations measure the water level over time. Gauges ignore variations caused by waves with periods shorter than minutes. These data are compared to the reference level usually called mean sea level. While tides are usually the largest source of short-term sea-level fluctuations, sea levels are also subject to forces such as wind and barometric pressure changes, resulting in storm surges, especially in shallow seas and near coasts.

Blue Fire Sunset Canvas Wall Posters

Blue Fire Sunset Canvas Wall Posters

Seal Beach Pier is located above the Pacific Ocean in Seal Beach. It takes five or ten minutes to walk to the end of the pier and back, and along the way you will discover scenic vistas, a wind that can blow your hat off if it is not secured, and a restaurant at the end with indoor seating and ocean views. Seal Beach is named for seals and as you enter the pier, you will see more than one icon to commemorate the beloved ocean creatures that frequented the area often and now on occasion. Also interesting additions to the mix are naval weapons ships pulling in and out of the Anaheim Bay regularly as the dock grab munitions from the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, and head back out to sea. You will immediately be welcomed into this friendly neighborhood with warm smiles and cheery hellos. A short walk up the beach you will find our most famous landmark, the Seal Beach Pier. Highlights to Seal Beach Pier include sunsets, often taking on a brilliant orange glow. People flock after work and tourists flock to the pier around the warm holiday nights before and after Thanksgiving and Christmas to experience the brilliant, breathtaking sunsets. Another family tradition that delights all ages is watching the boats come into the pier to let off passenger from the oil piers offshore. Seal Beach is a wide sandy beach packed with sunbathers and surfers on sunny days. Seal Beach Pier is a Southern California Orange County pleasure pier with free fishing, and forever views. It is an ideal spot for a leisure walk after breakfast or dinner. A sunset stroll is the perfect way to end the day. Walking the pier is a must to take in the wide view that includes Seal Beach, Long Beach, mountains, jetties, seals, and surfers.

Concrete Ship Wall Art Prints

Concrete Ship Wall Art Prints

The world’s largest concrete ship has been dismantled after spending four decades stranded on the riverbank.
The Gu Tian was abandoned shortly after her maiden voyage in 1974 and has since become a home to squatters and is a local tourist attraction in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China’s Fujian Province. Work to destroy the 3,000 ton concrete boat began in November last year and is finally coming to a close this week. A sign by the edge of the road says that it is the remains of the S.S. Atlantus, one of twelve experimental ships built of concrete during the First World War, but “proven impractical because of weight. Concrete ships are ships built of steel and ferro cement (reinforced concrete) instead of more traditional materials, such as steel or wood. The advantage of ferro cement construction is that materials are cheap and readily available, while the disadvantages are that construction labor costs are high, as are operating costs. During the late 19th century, there were concrete river barges in Europe, and during both World War I and World War II, steel shortages led the US military to order the construction of small fleets of ocean-going concrete ships, the largest of which was the SS Selma. Few concrete ships were completed in time to see wartime service during World War I, but during 1944 and 1945, concrete ships and barges were used to support U.S. and British invasions in Europe and the Pacific. Since the late 1930s, there have also been ferro cement pleasure boats.

Santa Cruz Lighthouse Wall Art Prints

Santa Cruz Lighthouse Wall Art Prints

Santa Cruz’s beaches are world-famous, but not all of the best beaches here are well-known outside of the local community. Santa Cruz, located on the northern side of Monterey Bay, was home to a busy port in the mid-1800s, with ships dropping anchor in the harbor to take on loads of redwood, lime, and various agricultural products. Santa Cruz Breakwater Lighthouse is a lighthouse in California, United States, in the Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor in Santa Cruz, California. The lighthouse is known as Walton Lighthouse because Charles Walton, a local businessman, contributed a significant part of the construction cost in memory of his late brother Derek Walton, who was a merchant seaman. The Walton lighthouse was built in 2001 with donations including $60,000 from Charles Walton. The Santa Cruz Breakwater Lighthouse is not to be confused with the Santa Cruz Light about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) to the west above Steamer Lane. Lighthouse construction virtually came to a halt during the Civil War, but efforts to procure a lighthouse for Santa Cruz were restarted in 1865. The City of Santa Cruz signed an agreement with the Coast Guard to lease the inactive lighthouse and surrounding grounds for use as a park. However, fear was rapidly growing that the country would soon become involved in World War II, and the government decided to retain the strategic property.

Waikoloa Seven Wall Art Posters

Waikoloa Seven Wall Art Posters

Waikoloa beach provides a variety of recreational activities for adventurers and leisure travelers alike. Guests can walk to the beach for ocean activities including scuba diving, snorkeling and catamaran rides. The Waikoloa Golf Club nearby offers 36 holes of championship golf at two renowned courses. Guests can also take a stroll across the street for world-class shopping at the Waikoloa Kings Shops or the new Queens Market Place. As well as its beautiful sands for traditional beach relaxation, family games and water play, the clear, clean waters of the area are perfect for snorkelling and seeing first hand the wonderful array of marine life in its natural environment. Close to the shoreline, the Waikoloa Anchialine Ponds are lava formed pools, fed by a mixture of fresh and salt water through the rock and teeming with small marine life. These pools represent an important part of local custom and a carefully laid out trail forms an interesting and informative walk through the area. Waikoloa Beach is an area located on the South Kohala coast on the island of Hawaii and is located in the census-designated place of Puako. The area is home to many notable cultural and geologic features of the ancient Hawaiian culture including aquaculture fishponds, anchialine ponds and petroglyphs. The Hilton Waikoloa Village is built on 62 acres and has 1240 rooms and suites with tropical gardens, waterfalls, lagoons and waterways.

Bamboo Shutes Rolled Canvas Prints

Bamboo Shutes Rolled Canvas Prints
Giant bamboos are the largest members of the grass family. In bamboo, the intermodal regions of the stem are usually hollow and the vascular bundles in the cross section are scattered throughout the stem instead of in a cylindrical arrangement. The dicotyledonous woody xylem is also absent. The absence of secondary growth wood causes the stems of monocots, including the palms and large bamboos, to be columnar rather than tapering. Bamboos are the fastest-growing plants in the world, due to a unique rhizome-dependent system. Bamboos are of notable economic and cultural significance in South Asia, Southeast Asia and East Asia, being used for building materials, as a food source, and as a versatile raw product. Bamboo has a higher compressive strength than wood, brick, or concrete and a tensile strength that rivals steel. The faster spreading types can be planted farther apart, if you are willing to wait a little longer for the screen to fill out. Bamboo is a giant grass and achieves new heights every year by sending up new and larger shoots each spring. Usually starting between April and June, the new shoots emerge from ground and reach their full height in 2 to 3 months. Most bamboos are happiest in a moderately acidic loamy soil. If your soil is very heavy you can add organic material. It can be dug into the soil where the bamboo is to be planted, but you can also mulch very heavily and let the earthworms do the work, building a berm of nutritious soil. Bamboos have long been considered the most primitive grasses, mostly because of the presence of bracteate, indeterminate inflorescences, and flowers with three lodicules, six stamens, and three stigmata.

Artwork XX Canvas Art Prints

Artwork XX Canvas Art Prints

Art for the wall is a creatively diverse category. From prints, paintings, and photography to wall sculpture and mirrors, here you will find a breadth of contemporary artwork to turn your home into an artful sanctuary. Art can be the painting over your couch or the sculpture in your garden. It can also be your coffee cup, your favorite dress, or your wedding ring. When these objects are handcrafted with care by talented artists, they are stunning to behold and a joy to use. Get something fresh and new for your walls from an amazing range of exciting artists working in today’s vibrant and diverse art scene. All these fantastic high quality art prints come with free worldwide delivery to your door. The social media platform is not only launching the career of under-the-radar artists, it is providing the world with an entirely new way to access art. Where artists once had to first get support of the art world, galleries and big name collectors, which would eventually lead to museum shows before reaching the monies masses, today artists, use Instagram as their own virtual art gallery, playing both dealer and curator while their fans become critics and collectors, witnessing the creative process in real time. Contemporary art is produced at the present period of time. This art includes and develops from postmodern art, which is itself a successor to modern art. Working in a wide range of mediums, contemporary artists often reflect and comment on modern day society. According to recent trends there has been a perceptible shift in the buying pattern and contemporary art has emerged strongly as a viable avenue for investments.

Sunset Cliffs Panoramic Canvas Photos

Sunset Cliffs Panoramic Canvas Photos

Sunset Cliffs is a neighborhood in the Point Loma community of San Diego, California. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west, Ocean Beach on the north, Catalina Blvd. and Santa Barbara St. on the east, and Sunset Cliffs Natural Park on the south. The area is named for the sheer cliffs which border the ocean. There are surfing spots below the cliffs. The Cliffside trails are popular for walking and for watching the sunset, but are undeveloped and can be dangerous. Falls from the cliffs have resulted in deaths and injuries. Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a 68-acre resource based park stretching along the Pacific Ocean bordering the western edge of Point Loma. The 18-acre linear section of the park lies to the west of Sunset Cliffs Blvd. between Adair and Ladera Streets. The 50-acre hillside section, a designated multiple species conservation area, links to the 640-acre Point Loma Ecological Reserve beginning at the Navy property to the south. The Park’s topography includes intricately carved coastal bluffs, arches and sea caves. It affords inspiring panoramic ocean views. From the cliffs, the California Gray Whale can be seen migrating annually from the Bering Sea to Baja California. With its rugged coastline and panoramic views, this area is popular with surfers, ocean-gazers, and folks who like to cruise Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, which runs the length of the cliffs. The drive along Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, which begins at Adair Street and continues south to Ladera Street, offers breathtaking views and the most amazing sunsets that you will ever see.

Coastline at Kipahulu Point Park Rolled Canvas Prints

Coastline at Kipahulu Point Park Rolled Canvas Prints
Maui is renowned worldwide for many things; its beauty, its atmosphere, its history, and its never ending supply of pristine beaches, waterfalls, Maui tours, landmarks, snorkeling in Maui, and gardens – just to name a few. It’s a wonderful place for a Hawaii vacation. There aren’t a whole lot of places in the world you can go and experience all you can on the small island of Maui, Hawaii. What’s more, is the fact you can access nearly all of Maui by vehicle. Maui is part of the State of Hawaii and is the largest of Maui County’s four islands, bigger than Moloka?i, L?na?i, and unpopulated Kaho?olawe. In 2010, Maui had a population of 144,444, third-highest of the Hawaiian Islands, behind that of O?ahu and Hawai?i Island. Kahului is the largest census-designated place (CDP) on the island with a population of 26,337 as of 2010 and is the commercial and financial hub of the island.[5] Wailuku is the seat of Maui County and is the third-largest CDP as of 2010. Other significant places include K?hei. Native Hawaiian tradition gives the origin of the island’s name in the legend of Hawai?iloa, the navigator credited with discovery of the Hawaiian Islands. According to that legend, Hawai?iloa named the island of Maui after his son, who in turn was named for the demigod M?ui. The Island of Maui is also called the “Valley Isle” for the large isthmus between its northwestern and southeastern volcanoes and the numerous large valleys carved into both mountains.

Ala Moana Palms Panoramic Art Prints

Ala Moana Palms Panoramic Art Prints

Ala Moana is a commercial, retail and residential district of Honolulu, Hawaii. It is nestled between Waikīkī to the east and Kakaako and Honolulu Harbor to the west. King Street, to the north, marks the border with the neighborhood of Makiki. Ala Moana is situated along the southern shores of the island of Oahu and features a vast stretch of reef-protected white sandy beaches. The civic center of Ala Moana is Ala Moana Center, once the largest shopping center in the United States and currently the largest open-air shopping center in the world.

The main roads through Ala Moana Palms Print are Ala Moana Boulevard and Kapiolani Boulevard. Ala Moana is a major transfer point in Honolulu’s bus system, with bus platforms on both sides of Ala Moana Center. Across the street from Ala Moana Center is Ala Moana Beach Park. Ala Moana is a great place to swim, picnic, stroll on the beach or to relax. The beach is over half a mile long and the water is calm because it’s protected by a shallow outer coral reef. There are hardly ever any waves, which makes Ala Moana Beach a favorite spot for long-distance swimmers. The 100-acre park has large grassy areas, banyan and palm trees, restrooms, showers, concession stands, a music pavilion, tennis courts and plenty of picnic tables. Ala Moana Beach Park is a good place to go jogging, picnicking, playing games, sunbathing, fishing, swimming, surfing, stand-up paddle boarding and relaxing.

Arch on Lanai Coast Rolled Canvas Prints

Arch on Lanai Coast Rolled Canvas Prints
L?na?i was under the control of nearby Maui before recorded history. Its first inhabitants may have arrived as late as the 15th century. The name Lanai is of uncertain origin, but the island has historically been called Lanai o Kaulu??au, which can be rendered in English as “day of the conquest of Kauluaau.” This epithet refers to the legend of a Mauian prince who was banished to L?na?i for some of his wild pranks at his father’s court in L?hain?. The island was reportedly haunted by Akua-ino, ghosts and goblins. Kauluaau chased them away and brought peace and order to the island and regained his father’s favor as a consequence. The first people to migrate here, most likely from Maui and Moloka?i, probably established fishing villages along the coast initially but later branched out into the interior where they raised taro in the fertile volcanic soil. During most of those times, the Mo?i of Maui held dominion over L?na?i, but generally left the people of L?nai alone. L?nai was first seen by Europeans on February 25, 1779, when Captain Charles Clerke sighted the island from aboard James Cook’s HMS Resolution. Clerke had taken command of the ship after Cook was killed at Kealakekua Bay on February 14 and was leaving the islands for the North Pacific. By the 1870s, Walter M. Gibson had acquired most of the land on the island for ranching. Prior to this he had used it as a Mormon colony. In 1899, his daughter and son-in-law formed Maunalei Sugar Company, headquartered in Keomuku, on the windward coast downstream from Maunalei Valley. The company failed in 1901. Many Native Hawaiians continued to live along the less arid windward coast, supporting themselves by ranching and fishing.

Stream Dance Rolled Canvas Prints

Stream Dance Rolled Canvas Prints
A stream is a body of water with a current, confined within a bed and stream banks. Depending on its location or certain characteristics, a stream may be referred to as a branch, brook, beck, burn, creek, crick, stream age, wash, run, or runnel. Streams are important as conduits in the water cycle, instruments in groundwater recharge, and corridors for fish and wildlife migration. The biological habitat in the immediate vicinity of a stream is called a riparian zone. The study of streams and waterways in general is known as surface hydrology and is a core element of environmental geography. A stream is smaller than a creek, especially one that is fed by a spring or seep. It is usually small and easily forded. Streams typically derive most of their water from precipitation in the form of rain and snow. Most of this water re-enters the atmosphere bye evaporation from soil and water bodies. Some of the water proceeds to sink into the earth by infiltration and becomes groundwater, much of which eventually enters streams. Some precipitated water is temporarily locked up in snow fields and glaciers, to be released later by evaporation or melting. The rest of the water flows off the land as runoff, the proportion of which varies according to many factors, such as wind, humidity, vegetation, rock types, and relief. This runoff starts as a thin film called sheet wash, combined with a network of tiny rills, when this water is concentrated in a channel, a stream has its birth. Some creeks may start from ponds or lakes. Streams can carry sediment, or alluvium. The amounts of load it can carry as well as the largest object it can carry are both dependent on the velocity of the stream.

Fall colored aspens Rolled Canvas Prints

Fall colored aspens Rolled Canvas Prints
Aspen is a common name for certain tree species; some, but not all, are classified by botanists in the section Populus, of the Populus genus. The aspens are all native to cold regions with cool summers, in the north of the Northern Hemisphere, extending south at high altitudes in the mountains. They are all medium-sized deciduous trees reaching 15–30 m (49–98 ft) tall. All of the aspens typically grow in large clonal colonies, derived from a single seedling, and spread by means of root suckers; new stems in the colony may appear at up to 30–40 m (98–131 ft) from the parent tree. Each individual tree can live for 40–150 years above ground, but the root system of the colony is long-lived. In some cases, this is for thousands of years, sending up new trunks as the older trunks die off above ground. For this reason, it is considered to be an indicator of ancient woodlands. One such colony in Utah, given the nickname of “Pando”, is estimated to be 80,000 years old,[2] making it possibly the oldest living colony of aspens. Some aspen colonies become very large with time, spreading about 1 m (3.3 ft) per year, eventually covering many hectares. They are able to survive forest fires, because the roots are below the heat of the fire, with new sprouts growing after the fire burns out. Aspens do not thrive in the shade, and it is difficult for seedlings to grow in an already mature aspen stand. Fire indirectly benefits aspen trees, since it allows the saplings to flourish in open sunlight in the burned landscape. Lately, aspens have an increased popularity in forestry, mostly because of their fast growth rate and ability to regenerate from sprouts, making the reforestation after harvesting much cheaper, since no planting or sowing is required. In contrast with many trees, aspen bark is base-rich,[clarification needed] meaning aspens are important hosts for bryophytes[3] and act as food plants for the larvae of butterfly (Lepidoptera) species—see List of Lepidoptera that feed on poplars. Young aspen bark is an important seasonal forage for the European hare and other animals in early spring. Aspen is also a tree of choice of the European beaver.

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