7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge - North American Friday week #144

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Hello fellow Hivers!

Welcome to my 7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge - North American Friday.

Today, you can participate by submitting your personal pictures from your travels to the continent of North America.

Please see the winner of the last week´s North American Friday @justinmullet with the following entry:

A classic sunrise at Moraine Lake. I took this photo on my only visit to Banff National Park. My friends and I were lucky to have a beautiful sunrise. It is one of the prettiest places I've seen. National Parks occasionally get a bad rap because of the number of tourists at each location. This morning was no different. There were hundreds of people taking photos and pointing their tripods in the same direction. From what I could tell though,everyone was being respectful and allowing others to enjoy the experience.


Your entries need to be submitted by 8 A.M. Central European Time in order to be considered for the challenge with a description of approximately 30 to 50 words.

Only use of personal images will be accepted and only one picture can be submitted for a daily photo challenge.

Best 10 entries will receive a 10% upvote and other valid entries will get a 5% upvote from me. Out of those best 10 entries, one winner and one runner-up will be picked. Their entries will be shared on Appics in separate posts and they will receive my upvotes on their posts as the reward. The winner will get my 100% upvote and the runner-up will get my 50% upvote on Hive and on Appics too if their posts were posted through Appics.

For more information about the 7 World’s Continents Photo Challenge and its rules & conditions, please see the latest update post.


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A part of the Manhattan skyline as seen and captured through trees from the Central Park, an iconic urban park located between the Upper West Side and the Upper East Side. It is the fifth-largest park in New York City by area, covering 843 acres (3.41 km2)and the most visited urban park in the United States, with an estimated 37.5–38 million visitors annually.


Old cash registers are so charming. they sure take up space, but they are so pretty. One should adjust the amounts of this one to be able to use it, but you have to admit that it is a statement when arriving in the shop.


Last week I had the pleasure to take some time away from the city and go explore our back-country. We have a friend that stays in the foothills, what a perfect time to visit. The 4 of us decided to go visit the Sheep Valley Provincial Park near Okotoks, Alberta. This is a picture of the Sheep River, to be more specific, Sheep River Falls. Not the largest falls in the rockies by any means but still has quite the flow. The sheep river separates the rockies from the foothills. Best of both worlds.
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Atlanta Downtown Georgia
The downtown view of Atlanta skyline and the highway piercing through the tall buildings in a long exposure view. The very spot is well known for its American Television show The Walking Dead where it all starts from Atlanta. There is a bridge closer to Dr. Martin Luther king Jr Blvd. You will have enough space for parking and click photographs of the beautiful downtown. This is one of the place you do not want to go alone at night 😊



Standing below a hidden waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge Oregon. I would have to check my notes, and photo location data to remember exactly what this falls is called. It is about a 1 mile hike from the road to reach this beautiful location. Nature holds so many suprises!

I was in Zion NP twice, but first time just driving by, second time I took a day to do few hikes. I have to admit, I was impressed by this national park and would return there just for this view necessary.

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The south of North America Miami Florida. I visited here for vacation and travelled keywest and Miami. The view of Miami city centre from the hotel window. A free tram runs connecting few important spots of city. And it's free of cost. This is my entry for North American Friday