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A bald eagle in flight
  File name: 10 09 000158 Title: 'Looking over the cliff' Creator/Contributor: Homer, Winslow, 1836-1910 (artist) Date issued: 1883-11 Physical description: 1 print : wood engraving Genre: Wood engravings; Periodical illustrations Notes: Published in:
Veterans Outward Bound expedition
 A magnificent waterfall dropping over shale cliffs into a circular pool below
 Dancing waterfalls, grey cliffs and evergreens at the edge of the sea.
Debris dumped down a cliff onto gravel bank of Klamath River
Blurred waves
Vegetation along the banks of the John Day River under cliffs near Bridge Creek.
 Sandstone cliffs, perhaps a lost mine on the cliff high above, and desert foliage in the canyon bottoms.
Defense secretary, servicemembers reflect on D-Day heroism
18th Place - Red Cliffs Desert Tortoise Reserve
Commission maintains U.S. military cemeteries overseas
Roadsign Falling rocks
Arctic fox
Becharof NWR Julia Pinnix USFWS
 Cobble beach, rocky cliffs, and fog-shrouded evergreens at West Quoddy Head.
 Montezuma's Castle cliff dwellings
 Looking north to the Sand Beach area from the Otter Cliffs.
Cape Meares NWR and Oregon scenic viewpoint
Riparian vegetation and juniper along John Day River with cliffs in the background.
Basalt cliff face above John Day River.
Nationally known for its beauty, the Paria Canyon has towering walls streaked with desert varnish, huge red rock amphitheaters, sandstone arches, wooded terraces, and hanging gardens. The 3,000-foot escarpment known as the Vermilion Cliffs dominates the r
Defense secretary, servicemembers reflect on D-Day heroism
Defense secretary, servicemembers reflect on D-Day heroism
 Eroded cliffs along the Tred Avon River reveal buried piles of oyster shells.
California condor pair
La corbiere
Roadsign Bus lane
A scenic picture of a riparian area along a river and the cliffs above the river.
For U.S. troops, Tegucigalpa's good life has its dangers
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