In the Gazebo beside Loch Leven
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In the Gazebo beside Loch Leven

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Standing centre of the Gazebo located in the Cypress Hills Park, beside Loch Leven

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A: Loch Leven's Babbling Brook

Фотограф: Lorne Hradecki, На расстоянии 120 метров отсюда

You're standing in a beautiful Babbling Brook, located within the Beautiful Cypress Hills Provincial ...

Loch Leven's Babbling Brook

B: Shaping Forces - Cypress Hills Lookout point

Фотограф: Lorne Hradecki, На расстоянии 4.1 км отсюда

Shaping Forces - Cypress Hills Lookout point

C: Fort Walsh - Fort Qu'Appelle Trail

Фотограф: Lorne Hradecki, На расстоянии 20.5 км отсюда

As it is read on the Plaque now designated at the intersection of these two trails:The Fort Qu'Appell...

Fort Walsh - Fort Qu'Appelle Trail

D: View Of Wind Farm

Фотограф: Lorne Hradecki, На расстоянии 94.0 км отсюда

View Of Wind Farm

E: Saskatchewan Landing River Point

Фотограф: Lorne Hradecki, На расстоянии 155.2 км отсюда

At the tip of land into the South Saskatchewan River.  The water has been low enough to enter onto th...

Saskatchewan Landing River Point

F: Standing on the Dock at Saskatchewan Landing

Фотограф: Lorne Hradecki, На расстоянии 155.2 км отсюда

The retracted dock above the low level river waters in the Diefenbaker Lake at Saskatchewan Landing. ...

Standing on the Dock at Saskatchewan Landing

G: The Hoodoos, Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta

Фотограф: Martin Broomfield, На расстоянии 165.9 км отсюда

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Writing-On-Stone_Provincial_ParkWriting-on-Stone Provinc...

The Hoodoos, Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta

H: Old Barn, Milk River, Alberta

Фотограф: Martin Broomfield, На расстоянии 182.1 км отсюда

An old barn situated on the road between Milk River and Writing-On-Stone Provincial park. This region...

Old Barn, Milk River, Alberta

I: Above Glacier Wind Farm Turbines in Ethridge, Montana

Фотограф: Jeff Scholl, На расстоянии 228.3 км отсюда

Ehtridge, Montana has the Glacier Wind Frame with hundreds of GE Wind Turbines. More construction is ...

Above Glacier Wind Farm Turbines in Ethridge, Montana

J: University Hall A Block 6th Floor

Фотограф: uofl raveproject, На расстоянии 241.6 км отсюда

University Hall A Block 6th Floor

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Text by Steve Smith.

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