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Pastel Sunset
One evening in Emeryville, CA, the sky came alive and was the most beautiful colors silhouetting the city of San Francisco. The pinks, purples, and oranges m...
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Hanalei Bay
Hanalei Bay is the largest bay on the North Shore of Kauai in Hawaii. Hanalei Bay consists of nearly two miles of beach and is surrounded by beautiful mounta...
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East Brother Island
The East Brother Island, as well as its companion West Brother Island and The Sisters, lies about 1,000 feet off of Point San Pablo in the San Francisco Bay ...
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Red Rock Island
Red Rock Island is an uninhabited, 5.8 acre island in the San Francisco Bay just South of the Richmond Bridge. It is the only privately-owned island in the S...
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Beach in Greece
This is a beach in Napthion, Greece at the city in the Pelopennise. The Mediterranean Sea is a beautiful blue with the white beaches.
Curriculum: Science
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Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas USVI
Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas, Virgin Islands view of the city and water island.
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Havensight St. Thomas USVI
Havensight St. Thomas, Virgin Islands with a cruise ship in the harbor.
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Bahia de Banderas
Puerto Vallarta sits on the Bay of Banderas (Bahia de Banderas), the largest natural bay in Mexico.
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Barnacles
Barnacles on a log on Little Pelican Island in Galveston Bay, Texas. (Keywords: marine life, ocean, animals)
Curriculum: Science
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Salt Ponds
Looking down from a plane, the salt ponds in Hayward, CA look like an abstract painting
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science


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