The Unpredictable Magic of Liquid Mountains. Meet The Cold Beauty Of Lake Erie!
Dave Sandford has been a professional photographer for more than 18 years. He paid his bills by shooting professional sport but he has always been the most passionate about anything to do with water. He was infatuated with oceans and lakes. Recently, he has felt drawn to the lakes that are virtually in the backyard of his hometown in Canada.
Specifically, he fell in love with the awe-inspiring Great Lakes. Lake Erie, the 4th largest of the Great Lakes caught his attention for one of the most emotional photographic essays. And he chose to focus on Erie at a time of year (mid-October through December) when the Lakes can act more like oceans than lakes. It is some of Autumn’s dark, cold and windy days that transform the Great Lakes into wickedly wild and treacherous bodies of water.
The Phonograph-Songs of the Deep
Lake of the Cat
Lake Erie Monster
The Gales of November
Bane of the Great Lakes
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Top 10 surprising facts about India 9/27/2017 • juliet shaffer
India is a mysterious country of hundreds of languages, delicious exotic food and the most atmospheric railways in the world. Today you can take a closer look at India's rich and fantastic culture together with QuizzClub.
You just need to see it. These people wanted to pay tribute to Japanese culture and history by growing large illustrations right on the rice fields - and that's how the village of Inakadate became famous worldwide!
Traditionally, the process of cooking is associated with slow motions and calm atmosphere. Quizzclub team was very surprised to find an aggressive way of making desserts.
The video is enclosed - come and see!
Today almost everyone can travel around the planet. All you have to do is just to buy several airplane tickets, and several days later you can finish your journey exactly where you started. But it's not enough for some people, as they always take the road less traveled...