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  • New York Harbor Fun Fact: 
If you've flown with us here at NYON you know this show as "THE MONEY SHOT". This beautiful picture captures not only the stunning views of the Manhattan Skyline, but the harbor, and miles of beautiful city scape beyond.
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New York Harbor, (part of the Port of New York and New Jersey_, is at the mouth of the Hudson River where it empties into New York Bay and into the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast of the United States. It is one of the largest natural harbors in the world.
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The natural depth of the harbor is about 17 feet (5 m), but it was deepened over the years, to a controlling depth of about 24 feet (7 m) in 1880. By 1891, the Main Ship Channel was minimally 30 feet (9 m) deep.
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America's growing economy began to rival Great Britain's and at the center of this growth was New York City. New York City's importance to the nation's economic growth increased dramatically after the revolution. Its harbor was always full of merchant ships carrying goods to anxious buyers in Europe.
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However, Between 1947 and 1977, General Electric polluted the Hudson River by discharging polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), causing a range of harmful effects to wildlife and people who eat fish from the river or drink the water.
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Today, groups have made tremendous effort to clean up the previously polluted Hudson River.
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Which fact did you know? What fact is interesting to you? Have you visited the harbor? Have you taken a money shot picture with us? Submit it at submit@flynyon.com!
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Spring is here! 🚁 Get 35% Off + Free Ground Transportation - Use Code EASTER35! 🚁 .
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#earthpix #bestvacations #loveauthentic#exploremore #moodygrams #streetdreamsmag #complex #stpatricksday #esquire #icapture_nyc #jointhemvmt#bucketlist #timeoutnewyork #wildnewyork#newyork_instagram #lensbible#thingstodoinnyc #adventurelifestyle #travelexperience #adventuretravel#winterinnewyork #traveldeawls #centralpark #timessquare
  • New York Harbor Fun Fact:
    If you've flown with us here at NYON you know this show as "THE MONEY SHOT". This beautiful picture captures not only the stunning views of the Manhattan Skyline, but the harbor, and miles of beautiful city scape beyond.
    .
    New York Harbor, (part of the Port of New York and New Jersey_, is at the mouth of the Hudson River where it empties into New York Bay and into the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast of the United States. It is one of the largest natural harbors in the world.
    .
    The natural depth of the harbor is about 17 feet (5 m), but it was deepened over the years, to a controlling depth of about 24 feet (7 m) in 1880. By 1891, the Main Ship Channel was minimally 30 feet (9 m) deep.
    .
    America's growing economy began to rival Great Britain's and at the center of this growth was New York City. New York City's importance to the nation's economic growth increased dramatically after the revolution. Its harbor was always full of merchant ships carrying goods to anxious buyers in Europe.
    .
    However, Between 1947 and 1977, General Electric polluted the Hudson River by discharging polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), causing a range of harmful effects to wildlife and people who eat fish from the river or drink the water.
    .
    Today, groups have made tremendous effort to clean up the previously polluted Hudson River.
    .
    Which fact did you know? What fact is interesting to you? Have you visited the harbor? Have you taken a money shot picture with us? Submit it at submit@flynyon.com!
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    Spring is here! 🚁 Get 35% Off + Free Ground Transportation - Use Code EASTER35! 🚁 .
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    Ultimate flexibility with our BNSL - valid for more than a year.
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    #earthpix #bestvacations #loveauthentic #exploremore #moodygrams #streetdreamsmag #complex #stpatricksday #esquire #icapture_nyc #jointhemvmt #bucketlist #timeoutnewyork #wildnewyork #newyork_instagram #lensbible #thingstodoinnyc #adventurelifestyle #travelexperience #adventuretravel #winterinnewyork #traveldeawls #centralpark #timessquare
  • 151 1 1 hour ago
  • The way to start your day in Cappadocia.🎈
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  • The way to start your day in Cappadocia.🎈
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  • 1,537 44 17 hours ago
  • The many shades of winter 📷@neskirimli 📍Europe
  • The many shades of winter 📷@neskirimli 📍Europe
  • 3,145 35 7 hours ago
  • In Turkeys southwest you find the Pamukkale hot springs - brilliant white terraces with warm water hanging from a steep valley and making a landscape like out of this world 🧚🏻‍♂️
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Who would have thought Turkey is full of so many natural wonders? 😍
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@evasions_secretes
  • In Turkeys southwest you find the Pamukkale hot springs - brilliant white terraces with warm water hanging from a steep valley and making a landscape like out of this world 🧚🏻‍♂️
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    Who would have thought Turkey is full of so many natural wonders? 😍
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    @evasions_secretes
  • 765 20 6 hours ago
  • Bir de diğer açısına bakalım💙
Aynı fotoğrafın üç farklı halini yükledim hangisini beğendiniz?
Bu arada 3. Fotoğraf editsiz ham hali.
Gördüğünüz gibi doğru hava şartları ve ışık zamanında fotoğraf çektiğiniz zaman çok fazla müdahale etmeye gerek kalmıyor. 
Günün her saati ya da her gün fotoğraf çekmek yerine, doğru zamanı ve anı beklemenizi tavsiye ederim ki benim için bu anlar bulutlanmanın yoğun olduğu günler ve gün doğumu/batımı civarları. 
Mavi saatleri de hesaba katarsanız aslında odlukça uzun bir süre.
Kesinlikle tavsiye etmediğim zaman aralığı ise güneşin dik konumda yeryüzüne indiği öğle saatleri.
Güneş yattığında fotoğraflarınız istediğiniz kıvama gelecektir edite de ihtiyaç duymayabilirsiniz bu zamanlarda çektiğiniz karelerde.
Ben editlemeyi seviyorum ama bir de editsiz halini görün istedim🤗
#galata
#karaköy
#istanbul
#lightroom
  • Bir de diğer açısına bakalım💙
    Aynı fotoğrafın üç farklı halini yükledim hangisini beğendiniz?
    Bu arada 3. Fotoğraf editsiz ham hali.
    Gördüğünüz gibi doğru hava şartları ve ışık zamanında fotoğraf çektiğiniz zaman çok fazla müdahale etmeye gerek kalmıyor.
    Günün her saati ya da her gün fotoğraf çekmek yerine, doğru zamanı ve anı beklemenizi tavsiye ederim ki benim için bu anlar bulutlanmanın yoğun olduğu günler ve gün doğumu/batımı civarları.
    Mavi saatleri de hesaba katarsanız aslında odlukça uzun bir süre.
    Kesinlikle tavsiye etmediğim zaman aralığı ise güneşin dik konumda yeryüzüne indiği öğle saatleri.
    Güneş yattığında fotoğraflarınız istediğiniz kıvama gelecektir edite de ihtiyaç duymayabilirsiniz bu zamanlarda çektiğiniz karelerde.
    Ben editlemeyi seviyorum ama bir de editsiz halini görün istedim🤗
    #galata
    #karaköy
    #istanbul
    #lightroom
  • 6,685 94 3 hours ago

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  • Fish and Chips at The Masons Arms in Bury Saint Edmunds. It’s easy to overuse the term ‘quaint’ but I just can’t describe it any other way. Loved this section of Bury. #angelhill #bucketlistno2check
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Muita gente tem me perguntado sobre o programa de ex alunos da EF, decidi fazer esse post pra explicar direitinho!
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    Muita gente tem me perguntado sobre o programa de ex alunos da EF, decidi fazer esse post pra explicar direitinho!
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  • Entering my peak week and I cannot ask for anything more!! Did all the leg work, ate clean and kept my spirit high!!! The transformation is just amazing!!!❤❤ Thank you to my coaches @commit2fitclub and @allisonseller for the guidance, the tips and for always making sure I stay on track!!! #bikiniprep #noexcuses #bucketlist #goals . Also the support from my fitfam is just phenomenal!! Having the support and encouragement from everyone is just priceless!💪🙏😀❤
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  • New York Harbor Fun Fact: 
If you've flown with us here at NYON you know this show as "THE MONEY SHOT". This beautiful picture captures not only the stunning views of the Manhattan Skyline, but the harbor, and miles of beautiful city scape beyond.
.
New York Harbor, (part of the Port of New York and New Jersey_, is at the mouth of the Hudson River where it empties into New York Bay and into the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast of the United States. It is one of the largest natural harbors in the world.
.
The natural depth of the harbor is about 17 feet (5 m), but it was deepened over the years, to a controlling depth of about 24 feet (7 m) in 1880. By 1891, the Main Ship Channel was minimally 30 feet (9 m) deep.
.
America's growing economy began to rival Great Britain's and at the center of this growth was New York City. New York City's importance to the nation's economic growth increased dramatically after the revolution. Its harbor was always full of merchant ships carrying goods to anxious buyers in Europe.
. 
However, Between 1947 and 1977, General Electric polluted the Hudson River by discharging polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), causing a range of harmful effects to wildlife and people who eat fish from the river or drink the water.
.
Today, groups have made tremendous effort to clean up the previously polluted Hudson River.
.
Which fact did you know? What fact is interesting to you? Have you visited the harbor? Have you taken a money shot picture with us? Submit it at submit@flynyon.com!
.
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Spring is here! 🚁 Get 35% Off + Free Ground Transportation - Use Code EASTER35! 🚁 .
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Ultimate flexibility with our BNSL - valid for more than a year.
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#earthpix #bestvacations #loveauthentic#exploremore #moodygrams #streetdreamsmag #complex #stpatricksday #esquire #icapture_nyc #jointhemvmt#bucketlist #timeoutnewyork #wildnewyork#newyork_instagram #lensbible#thingstodoinnyc #adventurelifestyle #travelexperience #adventuretravel#winterinnewyork #traveldeawls #centralpark #timessquare
  • New York Harbor Fun Fact:
    If you've flown with us here at NYON you know this show as "THE MONEY SHOT". This beautiful picture captures not only the stunning views of the Manhattan Skyline, but the harbor, and miles of beautiful city scape beyond.
    .
    New York Harbor, (part of the Port of New York and New Jersey_, is at the mouth of the Hudson River where it empties into New York Bay and into the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast of the United States. It is one of the largest natural harbors in the world.
    .
    The natural depth of the harbor is about 17 feet (5 m), but it was deepened over the years, to a controlling depth of about 24 feet (7 m) in 1880. By 1891, the Main Ship Channel was minimally 30 feet (9 m) deep.
    .
    America's growing economy began to rival Great Britain's and at the center of this growth was New York City. New York City's importance to the nation's economic growth increased dramatically after the revolution. Its harbor was always full of merchant ships carrying goods to anxious buyers in Europe.
    .
    However, Between 1947 and 1977, General Electric polluted the Hudson River by discharging polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), causing a range of harmful effects to wildlife and people who eat fish from the river or drink the water.
    .
    Today, groups have made tremendous effort to clean up the previously polluted Hudson River.
    .
    Which fact did you know? What fact is interesting to you? Have you visited the harbor? Have you taken a money shot picture with us? Submit it at submit@flynyon.com!
    .
    .
    Spring is here! 🚁 Get 35% Off + Free Ground Transportation - Use Code EASTER35! 🚁 .
    .
    Ultimate flexibility with our BNSL - valid for more than a year.
    .
    .
    .
    .
    .
    #earthpix #bestvacations #loveauthentic #exploremore #moodygrams #streetdreamsmag #complex #stpatricksday #esquire #icapture_nyc #jointhemvmt #bucketlist #timeoutnewyork #wildnewyork #newyork_instagram #lensbible #thingstodoinnyc #adventurelifestyle #travelexperience #adventuretravel #winterinnewyork #traveldeawls #centralpark #timessquare
  • 122 1 1 hour ago
  • New York Harbor Fun Fact: 
If you've flown with us here at NYON you know this show as "THE MONEY SHOT". This beautiful picture captures not only the stunning views of the Manhattan Skyline, but the harbor, and miles of beautiful city scape beyond.
.
New York Harbor, (part of the Port of New York and New Jersey_, is at the mouth of the Hudson River where it empties into New York Bay and into the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast of the United States. It is one of the largest natural harbors in the world.
.
The natural depth of the harbor is about 17 feet (5 m), but it was deepened over the years, to a controlling depth of about 24 feet (7 m) in 1880. By 1891, the Main Ship Channel was minimally 30 feet (9 m) deep.
.
America's growing economy began to rival Great Britain's and at the center of this growth was New York City. New York City's importance to the nation's economic growth increased dramatically after the revolution. Its harbor was always full of merchant ships carrying goods to anxious buyers in Europe.
. 
However, Between 1947 and 1977, General Electric polluted the Hudson River by discharging polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), causing a range of harmful effects to wildlife and people who eat fish from the river or drink the water.
.
Today, groups have made tremendous effort to clean up the previously polluted Hudson River.
.
Which fact did you know? What fact is interesting to you? Have you visited the harbor? Have you taken a money shot picture with us? Submit it at submit@flynyon.com!
.
.
Spring is here! 🚁 Get 35% Off + Free Ground Transportation - Use Code EASTER35! 🚁 .
.
Ultimate flexibility with our BNSL - valid for more than a year.
.
.
.
.
.
#earthpix #bestvacations #loveauthentic#exploremore #moodygrams #streetdreamsmag #complex #stpatricksday #esquire #icapture_nyc #jointhemvmt#bucketlist #timeoutnewyork #wildnewyork#newyork_instagram #lensbible#thingstodoinnyc #adventurelifestyle #travelexperience #adventuretravel#winterinnewyork #traveldeawls #centralpark #timessquare
  • New York Harbor Fun Fact:
    If you've flown with us here at NYON you know this show as "THE MONEY SHOT". This beautiful picture captures not only the stunning views of the Manhattan Skyline, but the harbor, and miles of beautiful city scape beyond.
    .
    New York Harbor, (part of the Port of New York and New Jersey_, is at the mouth of the Hudson River where it empties into New York Bay and into the Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast of the United States. It is one of the largest natural harbors in the world.
    .
    The natural depth of the harbor is about 17 feet (5 m), but it was deepened over the years, to a controlling depth of about 24 feet (7 m) in 1880. By 1891, the Main Ship Channel was minimally 30 feet (9 m) deep.
    .
    America's growing economy began to rival Great Britain's and at the center of this growth was New York City. New York City's importance to the nation's economic growth increased dramatically after the revolution. Its harbor was always full of merchant ships carrying goods to anxious buyers in Europe.
    .
    However, Between 1947 and 1977, General Electric polluted the Hudson River by discharging polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), causing a range of harmful effects to wildlife and people who eat fish from the river or drink the water.
    .
    Today, groups have made tremendous effort to clean up the previously polluted Hudson River.
    .
    Which fact did you know? What fact is interesting to you? Have you visited the harbor? Have you taken a money shot picture with us? Submit it at submit@flynyon.com!
    .
    .
    Spring is here! 🚁 Get 35% Off + Free Ground Transportation - Use Code EASTER35! 🚁 .
    .
    Ultimate flexibility with our BNSL - valid for more than a year.
    .
    .
    .
    .
    .
    #earthpix #bestvacations #loveauthentic #exploremore #moodygrams #streetdreamsmag #complex #stpatricksday #esquire #icapture_nyc #jointhemvmt #bucketlist #timeoutnewyork #wildnewyork #newyork_instagram #lensbible #thingstodoinnyc #adventurelifestyle #travelexperience #adventuretravel #winterinnewyork #traveldeawls #centralpark #timessquare
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  • Dream on !!
  • Dream on !!
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#tbt South Africa, 2010
  • Why’d the giraffe cross the road?
    #tbt South Africa, 2010
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