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NOAA's Small World Collection
Catalog of Images

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Moonscape scenery in Haleakala Crater in Haleakala National Park.
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Haleakala Crater rising above the clouds.
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Moonscape scenery in Haleakala Crater in Haleakala National Park.
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Moonscape scenery in Haleakala Crater in Haleakala National Park.
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A glimpse of a waterfall surrounded by greenery and flowers.
Hawaii, Kaui
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A scene along the rugged Na Pali coast
Hawaii, Kaui
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A scene along the rugged Na Pali coast
Hawaii, Kaui
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A scene along the rugged Na Pali coast
Hawaii, Kaui
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Diamondhead at sunrise, New Year's Day, 2011.
Hawaii, Oahu, Waikiki
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Looking down an arroyo at Torrey Pines State Park to the Pacific Ocean.
California, La Jolla
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Rain-sculpted soft sediment eroding arroyo in Torrey Pines State Park
California, La Jolla
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Hiking down Mount Washington. This mountain has some of the most extreme weather in North America with winds clocked at over 200 mph at an observatory on the top. The stone cairns mark the Crawford Path, the oldest continously used hiking pat in the United States. It was first marked by Abel Crawford and his son Ethan in 1819.
New Hampshire, White Mountains
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A symmetrical inlet along the shores of Kodiak Island
Alaska, Kodiak Island 2009 July 27
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Mount Dutton seen to the west from the Pavlof Islands.
Alaska, Pavlof Islands 2009 July 272009 August
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Mountains, moss, flowers, and inlets of Unalaska Island.
Alaska, Amaknak Island, Dutch Harbor
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Mountains, moss, and inlets of Unalaska Island.
Alaska, Amaknak Island, Dutch Harbor
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The bluest skies you'll barely ever see are in the Aleutian Islands. This moss-covered bright green slope emphasizes the deep blue sky. Fog, storms, rain, snow, and wind characterize the weather of the Aleutian Islands.
Alaska, Amaknak Island, Dutch Harbor
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A stream winding its way to a beach on the Bering Sea.
Alaska, Amaknak Island, Dutch Harbor
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Looking over the deep green moss-covered slopes of Unalaska Island, over Captains Bay, to the cloud enshrouded Makushin Volcano.
Alaska, Amaknak Island, Dutch Harbor
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Shishaldin Volcano seen from the north side of Unimak Island. Shishaldin is the highest mountain in the Aleutian Islands at 2857 meters.
Alaska, Amaknak Island, Dutch Harbor
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Shishaldin Volcano on the right and Isanotski Volcano, sometimes called Raggedy Jack, on the left to the east.
Alaska, Unimak Island
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Roundtop Volcano to the left (east) and Isanotski Volcano as seen from the Bering Sea side of Unimak Island
Alaska, Unimak Island
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Pavlof Sister left and Pavlof Volcano as seen from the north side of the Alaska Peninsula.
Alaska, Unimak Island
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Blackstone Glacier seen on the approach to Anchorage from the east.
Alaska, Prince William Sound area
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Sunrise over Lake Superior near Black Rocks
Michigan, Lake Superior 2012 April 25
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Miners Beach at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore at sunset following passage of a thunderstorm
Michigan, Lake Superior 2012 June 8
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Marquette Lighthouse at sunset with thunderstorm clouds at sunset.
Michigan, Marquette 2012 September 7
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Mosquito Beach at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
Michigan, Lake Superior 2012 August 18
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Two large lake bulk carriers arriving at Marquette Harbor with fall foliage in the foreground.
Michigan, Marquette
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A wave breaking against the rocks of the Granite Canyon area along the Big Sur coastline. Point Sur is seen in the distance.
California, Granite Canyon, Big Sur
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One of the numerous granite rock canyons for which Granite Canyon was named. The canyons are formed by the incessant action of waves pounding against the seemingly, but not, indestructible granite rocks of the coastline.
California, Granite Canyon, Big Sur
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Along the Cypress Grove Trail looking south over Headland Cove at Point Lobos State Marine Reserve.
California, Point Lobos south of Carmel
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A view of Nevada Falls having a drop of 594 feet. Grizzly Peak is the granite peak to the left of the falls.
California, Yosemite National Park
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Grizzly Peak is to the right in this image. The granite batholith of the Sierra Nevada is well exposed in Yosemite Valley. The phenomenon of spalling and exfoliation is well illustrated here.
California, Yosemite National Park
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The iconic Half Dome is seen through the trees on the valley floor of Yosemite Valley.
California, Yosemite National Park
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The Governor's Mansion at Williamsburg.
Virginia, Williamsburg
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The gardens in the rear of the Governor's Mansion at Williamsburg.
Virginia, Williamsburg
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The gardens in the rear of the Governor's Mansion at Williamsburg.
Virginia, Williamsburg
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A fountain in the Columbarium of Arlington National Cemetery.
Virginia, Arlington
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A view in the Columbarium of National Arlington Cemetery.
Virginia, Arlington
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Rows upon rows of those who served our Nation. The Air Force Memorial is in the background.
Virginia, Arlington
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The Memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery.
Virginia, Arlington
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The mast of the Battleship MAINE at Arlington National Cemetery commemorating the 266 men who lost their lives in the sinking of the MAINE on February 15, 1898, in Havana Harbor. Although no definitive cause has been found for the destruction of the MAINE, its loss inflamed public opinion and was a critical event leading to the Spanish-American War.
Virginia, Arlington
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Statue commemorating Major General Philip Kearny at Arlington National Cemetery.
Virginia, Arlington
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The remains of two thousand one hundred and eleven unknown Union soldiers who perished in battlefields in Northern Virginia.
Virginia, Arlington
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A view of our Nation's capital, Washington, D.C., from the Custis mansion at Arlington National Cemetery. The Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian Castle, Washington Monument, Capitol Building, and Jefferson Memorial are all visible in this image.
Virginia, Arlington
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Salmon berries
Alaska 2011 August
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Salmon berries
Alaska 2011 August
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Salmon berries
Alaska 2011 August
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Flowers on a Yukon River sandbar
Alaska 2011 August

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