Evening photos

(1) Beauty of a new day (West Virginia) by James Gramm

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(2) November woodlands (Hesse, Germany) by Heiko Gerlicher

 
(3) Snow Drift (Michigan) by Norm Hoekstra

 
(4) Mount Moran and fall aspens (Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming) by Mike Cavaroc

 
(5) Wisteria (Ashikaga, Japan) [Condé Nast]

 
(6) Vivid aurora (Senja, Norway) by Kim Jenssen (@kimjenssenphotography)

 
(7) Red Oak by Sarah Verkaik

 
(8) Wasatch Mountains in winter by Utah Images

 
(9) Autumn berries by Firas Al Rubaiawi

 
(10) Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge (West Virginia)

 
(11) A Perfect Storm (Sedona, Arizona) by Guy Schmickle

 
(12) Winter wonderland (Hungary) by Mark Pozsonyi (@markpozsonyi)

 
(13) Tree-lined avenue in Anglesey Abbey Gardens (Cambridgeshire, England) by ukgardenphotos

 
(14) Winter morning (Asikkala, Finland) by Petri Forss

 
(15) Severe weather (Dodge City, Kansas) by Derek Burdeny

 
(16) The sunsets of all sunsets (Oía, Kikladhes, Greece) by Dave Constantini (@davecostantini)[Link is to Pinterest, the account has disappeared overnight*]

 
 

 


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I have them and their links stored on various boards on my Pinterest account. I can help you if you are interested in any of the photos after the post has been deleted.
 
*Note: Instagram has had a lot of people faking “likes”. Until recently, Instagram didn’t even care. Now they must be purging them.
 
Another odd thing is if I try to access accounts I’ve used before via searching for their names, the program now gives me a strange screen from which I cannot pin. I can still access pins that I already have pinned and from there to pin more. I’m baffled. But I need it, I’m running out places to look.
 
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