I don’t know where these came from but I find these photographs absolutely amazing – and very inspirational.
They were sent to me by a friend. If you know the source, I will gladly give credit.
Note: click on the “I” in the upper right of the image to get more information about each screen. For some reason, the slide show does not always work, but you can move through them manually. There are 39 images.
1/1/2012 Addendum: I was fortunate to find out the source of the photograph of the two bodies of water merging. As it turns out, it was actually in Alaska, not the mistaken location of Denmark (which it previously said). It was also taken by Kent Smith. His comment follows. You can see more of his phenomenal work at http://www.flickr.com/photos/kentsmith9/4955772693/
I thought this was the most unusual thing I saw on the Alaskan cruise in the water. These two bodies of water were merging in the middle of the Alaskan gulf and there was a foam developing only at their junction. Source: Kent Smith
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