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  • Twin Falls (Washington) hiking guide

    by eric5 | 12th of February, 2014

    Twin Falls run year-round for one very good reason: the area around North Bend receives more than 90 inches of rain each year. Seattle--just 35 miles west--gets half that much. The South Fork Snoqualmie River takes that massive amount of rainfall and puts it to use entertaining... More
  • Why I love mountains

    by Mangroove | 13th of August, 2013

    Hello dreamtimers, What are Mountains? A mountain is a large landform that stretches above the surrounding land in a limited area, usually in the form of a peak. Ok So? What is so beautiful about those landforms? Why so many people love the mountains? Why hikers are... More
  • UP THE BRIENZER-ROTHORN MOUNTAIN, SWITZERLAND

    by Akulamatiau | 1st of November, 2012

    Hi guys. Its been a wonderful autumn so far. Took a few days off during the my children autumn school holiday break and made them went hiking with me. :) We went to up the Brienzer - Rothorn Mountain, near Lake Brienz, with a steam train. Here the engine push the carriage... More
  • Go out!

    by Mangroove | 18th of October, 2012

    Hello All! As some of you know, I am a nature lover, I love hiking, I love visiting new places, I love green grass, I love the birds, I love mountains, I love everything that has to do with nature. As I moved in a city near the mountains, I have now the opportunity... More
  • My favorite California State Park

    by Alaskaparks | 22nd of July, 2011

    For people that have been to California, many have visited the state parks. They offer so many opportunities. This year there are 70 that are slated to close and unless we capture more funding they will. Henry Coe Park is my all time favorite, and is here near San... More
  • Hiking with baby

    by Mangroove | 4th of May, 2011

    Hello Dreamstimers, Today I want to present you our family hobby: hiking. We love to on trips, explore and discover the beauty of the mountains, the beauty of the nature. Since our little baby came along, we didn't gave up, we go even more often.Baby’s arrival... More
  • One of the many peaks around Sölden

    by Leesmith | 28th of September, 2010

    View from Schwarzkogel (3018m) - In the middle the Rotkogel, the Schwarzsee, at the right the Schwarzseekogel; in between, very distant the Rotkogelhütte. Road The road to the Rotkogelhütte is used to stock this and other mountain restaurant. The area above Sölden... More
  • From Northern Ireland

    by Rzs | 6th of November, 2009

    Hi people, I was working as a health-care assistant in Belfast in this October and I have to admit that this town and the whole Northern Ireland is beautiful. There are lots of sights and, of course, amazing nature. I'd like to mention the Mourne Mountains.... More
  • I reached the summit!

    by Zqfotography | 7th of January, 2009

    Some time ago i posted a blog here saying that i am going to climb mount kinabalu... now i have returned back to singapore with the certification that i have reached the summit - low's peak! Mt Kinabalu is 4095.3m high and is known as the highest mountain in south east... More
  • Alaskan adventures (part 1)

    by Teekaygee | 20th of October, 2008

    This past summer I went on my second trip to Alaska. My plan was to fly into Anchorage, and then take a commuter flight to Valdez to visit a friend. Unfortunately when the weather is bad, the commuter flights get canceled...and that happened not only to my scheduled flight,... More
  • Introducing myself and some results of my best hobby

    by Xalanx | 15th of May, 2008

    My name is Catalin Petolea, I am from Romania. As a day job I am senior software developer working for a large company. And as everybody can guess, photography is one of my hobbies. The most important one, I would say. In fact, I'd exchange writing code for photography... More
  • Mountain Edith Cavell (2)

    by Fallsview | 16th of April, 2008

    Hiking alone in mountains is a very special experience. Few years ago I visited the jasper national park in Alberta, Canada, and had a wonderful hiking memory in the mountain Edith Cavell. The most common hiking trail in that area is the lakeshore trail, which is only... More
  • Following Up on Sorting Old Photos

    by Gadgetat | 24th of September, 2007

    Last week I started posting here at Dreamstime. I had less than 20 photos up at the time, and I began sorting through some of my old photos from my travel over the year. Happily, this morning several more shots were approved. The photos were all "old" ones that I shot... More
  • Glad to be near Sedona: Another post from a Newbie

    by Gadgetat | 19th of September, 2007

    Yesterday I'd posted about sorting through my old photos. And the sorting is coming along nicely, with several photos currently "in the hopper" for approval or denial. While waiting to see how those photos go over I've still been uploading a few of my latest shots, and... More
  • Which Lens?

    by Kenneystudios | 25th of August, 2007

    Whenever we head out to a family function or just a day out somewhere, I always debate on which camera lens to take with me, or how many. After several hours of mentally debating it with myself, I had the decision narrowed down to two lenses: my 70m-300mm zoom, and 17mm-... More
  • Fenetre Lakes, Ferret Valley, European Alps

    by Bogdan | 9th of August, 2007

    Since I saw an image of Grand Goliat mountain (3238m, left image) rising as a claw over the Fenetre Lakes on the cover of a hiking book that I have brought, I decided to get there as soon as possible. This happened about one month ago and in the meanwhile I have documented... More
  • Gastlosen range - The climbers paradise

    by Bogdan | 30th of July, 2007

    Last weekend, from 20 to 23 of August we had a Japanese friend visiting us from Romania. She was very interested in natural beauty of Switzerland more than other things, but the weather had other plans. I had in mind some interesting routes, but remote places should only... More
  • Glacier Corbassiere and Grand Combin - Hiking in the Alps

    by Bogdan | 20th of July, 2007

    Recently I have joined the most popular weekend activity during summer here in Switzerland: hiking. With the Alps in such a close range, within only an hour car ride to bases above 2000m altitude and the amount of published literature on hiking trails, no wonder everybody... More

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