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Switching to vertical orientation in an attempt to capture the redwoods.
Becca and the kids crossing a bridge at the bottom of the frame.
At the food of an enormous redwood.
A view of the Connecticut river from the observation tower at the Montshire Museum.
My last sightseeing stop in India was NTR Gardens.
At Golkonda Fort. First, a view of the fort from about halfway up, with a tiny mosque at the far left.
A view of Hyderabad from the very top of the fort.
The largest continuous sculpture in the world, The Descent of the Ganges, carved out of a single monolithic rock.
At the Pancha Rathas. When Hindus started building their temples from stone, instead of from wood and bamboo, they needed to adapt the earlier styles to the new material. This spot served as a kind of scratch pad for sculptors to try different ideas for this adaptation. In the process, they built five temples based on earlier wood designs, each carved from a single block of stone. They're all lined up in a row, in various stages of completion.
A bridge (with guide rails for wagons) across a stream.
Skiiing on Flagstaff Lake.