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Rock arch and headland in distance, Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area, Oregon, USA Featured Gallo Landscapes Image

Rock arch and headland in distance, Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area, Oregon, USA

Devils Punch Bowl State Natural Area is a state day use park on the central Oregon Coast in the United States. It is centered on a large bowl naturally carved in a rock headland which is partially open to the Pacific Ocean. Waves enter the bowl and often violently churn, swirl, and foam. Outside the bowl, ocean conditions are attractive to surfers near a large offshore rock pinnacle named Gull Rock, located about 1, 5 mile (800 m) west northwest of Devils Punch Bowl, which funnels and concentrates waves easily seen from the park. There are at least seventeen large rocks, part of Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge, which provide interesting wave viewing, and attract and provide a home for wildlife

© Don Grall / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Cliffs of North Shore, Lake Superior, Minnesota, USA Featured Gallo Landscapes Image

Cliffs of North Shore, Lake Superior, Minnesota, USA

Split Rock Lighthouse is a lighthouse located southwest of Silver Bay, Minnesota, USA on the North Shore of Lake Superior. The structure was designed by lighthouse engineer Ralph Russell Tinkham and was completed in 1910 by the United States Lighthouse Service. It is considered one of the most picturesque lighthouses in the United States. Split Rock Lighthouse was built in response to the great loss of ships during the famous Mataafa Storm of 1905, in which 29 ships were lost on Lake Superior. One of these shipwrecks, the Madeira, is located just north of the lighthouse

© Jamie and Judy Wild / DanitaDelimont.com

Traditional dragon boat, Baengma River, Buso mountain fortress in Busosan park Buyeu, South Korea Featured Gallo Landscapes Image

Traditional dragon boat, Baengma River, Buso mountain fortress in Busosan park Buyeu, South Korea

The Geum River is located in South Korea. It is a major river that originates in Jangsu-eup, North Jeolla Province. It flows northward through North Jeolla and North Chungcheong Provinces and then changes direction in the vicinity of Greater Daejeon and flows southwest through South Chungcheong Province before emptying into the Yellow Sea near Gunsan city. The river is 401 kilometers long, making it the third longest in South Korea. The area of the Geum River Basin is 9, 859 square kilometers. The upper part of the river flows slowly through part of the Noryeong Mountains and is marked by extensive stream meandering. On the other hand, river curves on middle and lower parts of the river are more gradual and there is comparatively less stream meandering

© Michael Runkel / DanitaDelimont.com