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Aerial Views Of La Paz, Bolivia   4 comments

BoliviaWe arrived in La Paz August 17th for a couple days of site-seeing and rest
before our river adventure in the Madidi National Park in the Bolivian Amazon.
Metropolitan La Paz makes up the most populous urban area in Bolivia,
with a population of 2.3 million. (These views are from the “Killi Killi” lookout.)

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Bolivia21122 feet-high Mt. Illimani 

BoliviaMi Teleférico La Paz–El Alto (La Paz–El Alto Cable Car),
is an aerial cable car urban transit system serving
the La Paz–El Alto metropolitan. The El Alto International Airport
is located on the higher plateau above La Paz,
which can be seen in this image. At an altitude of 13,325 feet
it is the highest international airport and the
fifth highest commercial airport in the world.

La Paz Panorma-6-72Mi Teleférico is the first system to use cable cars as the backbone of the urban transit network.

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BoliviaTravel companions, Matt McGrath and Ty Markey (August 18, 2019) — Images by kenne

 

Snow In Tucson Panoramas   2 comments

Last week we had two inches of snow in Tucson and 2.5 feet on Mt. Lemmon and by the time these images were taken most of the snow in the basin had melted. It was beautiful while it lasted.

Tucson Snow Panorama-2-72The Catalina Mountains in the Sabino Canyon area.

Tanuri Ridge-72-3The Catalina Mountains as seen from Tanui Ridge

Baboquivari Mountains-72-2The Baboquivari Mountains — Panoramas by kenne

Sabino Canyon Fall Colors Panoramas   4 comments

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Sabino Canyon January colors-0845 Panorama blog-2Sabino Canyon Fall Colors Along Sabino Creek Panoramas — Photo-Essay by kenne

 

 

Three Panoramas of Water Running In Sabino Creek   Leave a comment

 Panorama Above The Dam- blogAbove the Dam

Panorama at The Dam --2 blogWater Flowing Over The Dam

Panorama at The Dam Bridge-2 blogCreek Flow At The Dam Low-Water Crossing
Three Panoramas of Water Running In Sabino Creek, the First Time in Months — Images by kenne

 

Another Look At The Painted Desert   2 comments

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Painted Desert Panorama- blogPainted Desert — Photo Gallery by kenne

Land of extremes. Land of contrasts. Land of surprises. Land of contradictions. A land that is never to be fully understood but always to be loved by sons and daughters sprung from such a diversity of origins, animated by such a diversity of motives and ideals, that generations must pass before they can ever fully understand each other. That is Arizona.

— Arizona: A State Guide

One Leader’s Castle — Montezuma Castle National Monument   6 comments

Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

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Sedona & Talking Stick Resort

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortImages by kenne 

Panorama Views From Italian Springs Trail   2 comments

Italian Springs 2013Mica Mountain In The Rincon Mountains

Italian Springs 2013Mica Mountain In The Rincons On The Left, The Tucson Basin On The Right

Italian Springs 2013Santa Catalina Mountains From Reddington Pass

Italian Springs 2013Santa Catalina Mountains On The Left With The Galiuro Mountains In The Distance On The Right

Italian Springs 2013Fellow Photographer Hikers, Dave, Dory and Margaret — Images by kenne

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