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Smile And Say . . . WOW! December 29, 2016

Posted by nrhatch in Art & Photography, Travel & Leisure.
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To see some amazing Travel Shots . . . Visit the 2016 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Gallery.

Prepare to be WOWED because some of the shots are out of this world!

250px-Astronaut-EVA

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Under the Oaks - December 29, 2016

Okay, going to visit that link! Thanks for sharing!

Under the Oaks - December 29, 2016

So many beautiful pictures! I didn’t make it through all of them but I will go back. On Top of the World and the Red Houses. Loved the animals… the Polar Bears.

nrhatch - December 29, 2016

So glad you enjoyed the photos . . .

2. Jill Weatherholt - December 29, 2016

Great shots! Thanks for sharing, Nancy.

nrhatch - December 29, 2016

I loved scrolling through the amazing images and thought others might be equally entranced. Glad you enjoyed, Jill.

3. Tippy Gnu - December 29, 2016

Nice photography. Thanks for the link, Nancy.

nrhatch - December 29, 2016

My pleasure, TG!

4. Don - December 29, 2016

Magnificent shots Nancy. I was wowed!

nrhatch - December 29, 2016

Some stellar captures, for sure.

5. suzicate - December 29, 2016

Thanks for sharing these, talk about AMAZING! I admit the nature photos are my favorites, but most of them blew me away.

nrhatch - December 29, 2016

I love the one of the gator’s gaping jaws . . . and the one of the “monk” walking by the still pool with hood up.

6. L. Marie - December 29, 2016

Wow is right. So many gorgeous photos!

nrhatch - December 29, 2016

Glad you enjoyed, Linda. Sure are some talented photographers out there.

7. Barb - December 29, 2016

Wow, they are amazing photographs Nancy, thanks for the link!

nrhatch - December 29, 2016

Glad you enjoyed. We enjoyed scrolling through them.

8. Cecilia - December 30, 2016

Wow, this is all I can say! Really breathtaking, thanks! Happy New Year to you!

nrhatch - December 30, 2016

And to you!

9. Behind the Story - December 31, 2016

Yesterday my daughter and son-in-law took my grandson to see the IMAX movie at the Seattle Center, “Hubble 3D.” When they returned, their mouths hung open in awe at the sights they were able to see through the Hubble telescope and the daring work the astronauts did to repair it.

nrhatch - December 31, 2016

We saw that a few years back . . . with a similar sense of WOW!

10. Val Boyko - December 31, 2016

Fabulous share Nancy! Thanks đź’•
May the New Year hold many wows for you and BFF.

nrhatch - December 31, 2016

Thanks, Val. To you two too!

11. joannevalentinesimson - December 31, 2016

Amazing!!

nrhatch - December 31, 2016

Glad you enjoyed. Happy New Year!


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