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That's ya a cow right there.

Published 3 days ago by Joe Griffin

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A cow near a water wheel. 

Kennedy Wheels State Park, a Standing Wheel

Published 3 days ago by Joe Griffin

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This is one of the remaining water wheels at Kennedy Mine.  The Kennedy mine was a qaurtz vein being mined for g<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/kennedy-wheels-state-park-a-standing-wheel-california">...(more)</a>

Collapsed Water Elevator Wheel

Published 3 days ago by Joe Griffin

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A collapsed water wheel at Kennedy Wheels Park, near Jackson, CA.  These wheels were used to transport mine tailings over a hill to a detention basin.

Painted tree and walls at Bolinas, California

Published about 1 month ago by Joe Griffin

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More art at Bolinas.

Artistic graffiti at the beach at Bolinas. Cool spot

Published about 1 month ago by Joe Griffin

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Graffiti at the beach in Bolinas, CA

Tilden Park Botanical Garden

Published about 1 month ago by Joe Griffin

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Manzanitas in the Tilden Park Botanic Garden

Published about 1 month ago by Joe Griffin

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Some manzanitas and a bunch of other plants in the Tilden Park Botanic Garden in Berkeley, California.

View across the Great Plaza from the North Acropolis, Tikal

Published 4 months ago by Joe Griffin

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The view from a spot up in the North Acropolis of Tikal with a nice view of the Great Plaza.  Bui<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/view-across-the-great-plaza-from-the-north-acropolis-tikal-guatemala">...(more)</a>

Copan with Catherwood Overlay

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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Fans of Frederick Catherwood's art will recognize this immediately as Stela D at the Mayan site of Copan in western Hond<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/copan-with-catherwood-overlay-central-america">...(more)</a>

Biotopo Mario Dary Rivera, in the Cloud Forest of Guatemala

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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A nice view from a hike through the Mario Dary Rivera Quetzal Reserve in the Cloud Forest. We didn't see any quetzals, but got some fantastic views and saw bunches of waterfalls.

Overlooking Rabinal, Guatemala

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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A nice view, overlooking Rabinal, Guatemala. The colorful cemetery is visible below.

Vivero Verapaz, Coban, Guatemala

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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The Vivero Verapaz features an astonishing collection of hundreds of species of orchids as well as dozens of other kinds of Central Ame<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/vivero-verapaz-coban-guatemala">...(more)</a>

Tikal: Temple 6, The Temple of the Inscriptions

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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Located a fair distance from the center of Tikal, Temple 6 is fantastic off by itself. We saw four monkeys hanging out in the trees across on the other side of the pyramid. Super cool.

Tikal: the Plaza of the Seven Temples

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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One of my favorite parts of Tikal- the Plaza of the Seven Temples.

Among the Seven Temples

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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A view from among the seven temples, located along the Plaza of the Seven Temples at Tikal.  Despite its location very close to the Great Plaza<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/amongtheseventemplsjpg">...(more)</a>

Tikal: the Mundo Perdido (a.k.a. the Lost World)

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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A view of two pyramids and an unexcavated structure in the Mundo Perdido area at Tikal.

Blue All Over

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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Too much blue-- in Flores, Guatemala.

Near Sunset on the Embarcadero of Flores, Guatemala

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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A view out across Lake Peten Itza from the embarcadero in Flores, Guatemala. Flores is a cute little island town used as a jumping off point for visitors heading to Tikal.

Poptun

Published 5 months ago by Joe Griffin

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