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Hawaiian Waterfall
This is a picture of a waterfall on the Big Island of Hawaii, taken in 1983. A waterfall is a geological formation resulting from water flowing over an erosi...
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Whirlpool, Aero Car
Ride The Air - Whirlpool Aero Car, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada - high above the racing Niagara River. Far below you can see the water changing direction t...
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Niagara Falls - American Falls
There are two falls in this picture, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls. American Falls (between Prospect Point and Luna Island) at left and Bridal Vei...
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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone - Red Rock Point
A view of Lower Falls from Red Rock Point in Yellowstone National Park. Lower Falls measures 308 feet.

(keywords: waterfall, National park, rocks, mine...
Curriculum: Science

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Red Rock Point
Located in Yellowstone National Park, Red Rock Point is among the many scenic wonders of the park. The red pigmentation of Red Rock Point comes from iron oxi...
Curriculum: Science
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Mist Trail at Yosemite
An image of mist trail at Yosemite.

(Keywords: Yosemite, scenery, Mountain.)

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Yosemite Waterfall
An image of Yosemite Waterfall.

(Keywords: nature, waterfall, Yosemite, scenery)

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Yosemite Waterfall
An image of Yosemite Waterfall.

(Keywords: nature, waterfall, Yosemite, scenery)

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Turner Falls
Turner Falls on Honey Creek in the Arbuckle Mountains. At 77 feet, it is the tallest falls in Oklahoma (Keywords: rivers, water, waterfall, midwest)
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Kayak under the Falls
Kayakers Under Fall Creek Falls on Lake Buchanan, Texas- May 28, 2004. (Keywords: water, boating)

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