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Canada May 19
Yup, Moraine Lake really is this blue! It’s still a bit early in the season for canoeing on our glacier lakes, but sunny summer days will be here in no time. πŸ“·: Taken last September by michaeldbliss via IG πŸ“: , ,
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NewfoundlandLabrador 2h
The locals are known for a lot of things. Being shy is not one of them. Whale-watching season has started! πŸ“Έ: Pat Carey, Holyrood
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Rocky Mountaineer May 17
Flow through the Rockies, just like this.
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Sofie Sharom May 18
More like a 🌹 than a 🌷this is one of my favourite blooms at this year’s 😍
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Tourism Kelowna 5h
Take a deep breath. Find your balance. Connect with yourself and the beauty that surrounds you in Kelowna. πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ πŸŽ₯: ShootingSomething Digital Media
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ReelColdFront 48m
Up town views β€’β€’β€’πŸ™πŸ“Έβ€’β€’β€’
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NewfoundlandLabrador May 18
Some pieces just won't fit inside the Guggenheim.
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NewfoundlandLabrador May 21
Here, staring at the locals in amazement is actually encouraged. This icy giant was spotted in Grates Cove yesterday. πŸ“Έ: , Grates Cove
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pat-patricia-trish🌸 5h
Sure was a nice day for a swim yesterday! πŸŠβ˜€πŸ˜Ž
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Canadian Tourism May 21
The future is bright for in ! Minister Joly unveils new Federal Tourism Growth Strategy.
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Travel Manitoba 33m
Picnic. There are few words that can pack summer, fun, food and sunshine into two syllables like the word picnic. Here are some Manitoba made goods that absolutely NEED to be part of your picnic plans this summer:
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Ben Smith May 20
Today I ventured out to Grates Cove for this behemoth of an iceberg. Pictures really don't do enough justice to show its true size and shape, but if you look closely you can see another photographer, giving you a small sense of scale! πŸ‘€
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Clinton P. Desveaux 7h
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NewfoundlandLabrador May 16
Don’t worry, they’re used to all the pointing. These bergs were drifting by the Outport-Museum and Tea Room on Tuesday. πŸ“Έ: Valerie Whalen, La Scie
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Nadine Barrett 5h
Picture perfect Newfoundland scene! Melrose, Bonavista Peninsula 05/20/19
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Ben Smith May 15
I recently photographed this iceberg located just outside of Port de Grave. At first, the light wasn't that good, but as time passed the light kept getting better, until the light struck just the iceberg itself, making it shine. What a sight! πŸŒ…
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Canada May 15
It's the small things in life that count. This isn't one of those times. Gros Morne National Park is located along the western coast of Newfoundland and might just be home to some of the most stunning views in Atlantic Canada! πŸ“· & πŸ“:
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Alaina Lockhart, MP 1h
Fascinating time visiting with my friend exploring Newfoundland & Labrador in a unique way, and seeing some 500 Million Year Old fossils!!! Exploring our home is so much fun, and there is always so much to learn about πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦!
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Driftscape 6h
The Terracotta house (part of Hidden Toronto series) is no more. Apparently structurally unsound, it had to be demolished despite its heritage status. Nice to see a few of the terracotta tiles reused in the new facade!
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Cape Breton Island 9h
Would you rather chase waterfalls 🌊 or sunrises πŸŒ…? πŸ“· πŸ“· @Cyndie_MacKinnon
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