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Photographing a Nuclear Apocalypse

Pripyat, Ukraine
 
THIS WEEK'S BUCKET LIST PHOTO GUIDE
Long forgotten toys swim in seas of discarded gas masks, and a city stands frozen, perpetually waiting for its residents to return.
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THIS WEEK'S BEST NEW LOCATIONS

Ominous clouds hang over the Niagara Skywheel, one of the main attractions along the famed Clifton Rd in Niagara Falls. 

Photo by Max  (Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada)
Rushton’s Beach is a quiet little beach overlooking the Northumberland Strait that has some of the warmest ocean water in Nova Scotia with broad sandbars at low tide.  As a bonus, the salt marsh attracts a great variety of birds.

Photo by Aaron Smith (Rushton's Beach Provincial Park, Nova Scotia)
The forests of the Garajonay National Park are filled with photogenic locations. The green moss everywhere gives this place a really eerie feeling, especially with only a few light rays brightening up the scene. 

Photo by Mira Nedeczey  (Isla de la Gomera, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain)
The Bell Tower of Xi'an was built in 1384 during the early Ming Dynasty, and is the largest and most preserved one amongst the many bell towers left over from ancient China. 

Photo by 简体 中文 (Xi'an, Shaanxi, China)
This is the perfect spot to get an amazing view looking out over Kimmeridge Bay, complete with the Clavell Tower in the background. As a bonus, Kimmeridge Bay is also known for its fossils.

Photo by Roman Grac  (Kimmeridge, England)
Rushing waters of High Falls outside of Bracebridge are a stunning sight to behold. Part of a hydro-electric dam, you can climb on the rocks and get some excellent photos. 

Photo by Shawn M. Kent (Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada)

Meanwhile at
PIXEO HQ

We're halfway through the month and adding locations like mad. Lisette has kept up a breakneck pace despite the busy days with the kids who are enjoying their last few days of summer. This week we're going to try and squeeze a few short adventures in.

Next up on the list is a trip to Parc Omega which is a wildlife Safari in the local area that somehow has not been captured in our map yet. Looking forward to snapping some wildlife photos for a change. Time to get out the big lens so I can get up close and personal. 

The PIXEO Photo Challenge is going along well and Lisette and I are both looking forward to seeing what other entries make their way into the contest soon. Until next time, happy snapping!

Yours aye,

Shawn M. Kent
PIXEO
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