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Early Settlers of Newfoundland

Newfoundland, a windswept island in the rough and unpredictable seas of the North Atlantic, known for its wealth in codfish has been a rocky outpost for settlements for thousands of years. During the last ice age, glaciers scraped away the islandís topsoil and deposited it 200 to 300 miles away on the ocean floor creating the rich fishing grounds of the Grand Banks. Likewise, generations of native peoples and Europeans as well as sea life have been attracted to the concentration and variety of fish in these waters.

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Early Settlers of Newfoundland


Early Settlers of Newfoundland

 

Colorado flood photos and videos

During a 500 year event, continuous and heavy mid-September rains in 2013 caused rivers and creeks to completely topple trees and bury vehicles. The raging waters washed away highways, bridges and homes in Colorado Front Range communites. The COLORADO floods link above takes you to a collection of video and photos taken during and after the event.

Colorado flood photos and videos

After photographing such extreme weather events the past few years, from flooding to fires and now with the record high CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere, are such wild storms going to be a continuing trend?

Below, are time lapse images of the Bear Creek Lake Park reservior after the heavy rains disappeared. The reservoir was ten times its original size after Bear Creek was done raging.

Colorado flood photos and videos




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