Aerial above Pelican Lake, MN
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Aerial above Pelican Lake, MN

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Aerial above Zorbaz restaurant on Pelican Lake, MN. Summer fun in the sun with boating activities.

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A: Above Lake Ida, Minnesota in the summer

Jeff Scholl作, 2.9kmかなた

Lake Ida is where I spent many summers working at Zorbaz restuarant and waterskiing and sailing with ...

Above Lake Ida, Minnesota in the summer

B: Sunrise on the shore of Beers Lake, Maplewood State Park

Nick Early作, 23.4kmかなた

A beautiful morning sunrise at Maplewood State Park.

Sunrise on the shore of Beers Lake, Maplewood State Park

C: Above Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead, MN and Fargo, ND

Jeff Scholl作, 57.6kmかなた

The Hjemkomst Center is in Moorhead, MN in Viking Ship Park. The Red River is between Moorhead and Fa...

Above Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead, MN and Fargo, ND

D: Downtown Rainbow

Nick Early作, 58.4kmかなた

A beautiful rainbow captured over downtown Fargo right before the sun begins its descent.  Chance luck.

Downtown Rainbow

E: Large white pine

pix作, 82.7kmかなた

Large white pine

F: Large red pine

pix作, 83.3kmかなた

Large red pine

G: Elk Lake

pix作, 83.8kmかなた

Elk Lake

H: Ozawindib Lake

pix作, 84.1kmかなた

Ozawindib Lake

I: Mary Lake

pix作, 86.5kmかなた

Mary Lake

J: Lake Itasca

pix作, 86.8kmかなた

Just a small section of the famous lake south of Bemidji, Minnesota that is the headwaters of the gre...

Lake Itasca



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