Subaitnah Field Trip Gallery, Page Two

Subaitnah Field Trip Gallery

Page Two

Photos on this page provided by Jerry Buzzel (Jerry) and Bob Reimer (Bob).

Photo gallery of the field trip (click on image to see larger view)

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If you enlarge the photo you will see two bugs feeding on the flower.
Photo by Bob
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A dragonfly resting on someone's knee. Photo by Bob
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Heading down the falaj, the gorge on the left. Photo by Bob
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Water cascading through the falaj in the oasis. A dog in the distance. Photo by Bob
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A delicate bloom. Photo by Bob
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The steep slopes of the gorge at Subaitna. Photo by Jerry
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The tourists resting on the path along the edge of the oasis. Photo by Jerry
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Reflection in the reservoir in the oasis. Photo by Jerry
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A view of some of the abandoned houses in the village. Photo by Jerry
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The stunning gorge at Subaitna. Photo by Jerry
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The winding falaj clinging to the slopes of the mountain. Photo by Jerry
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The gorge narrows as we approach the weir. Photo by Jerry
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The 'swimming hole' where the mountain stream is diverted to the falaj. Photo by Jerry
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The footing is tricky at some place along the falaj. Photo by Jerry
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Spikey flowers gone to seed. Photo by Jerry
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The view downstream as we approach the village. Photo by Jerry
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A falaj distributing fresh water to the oasis. Photo by Jerry
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Water cascading from one level to another. Photo by Jerry
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Another view of the cascading water. Photo by Jerry
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Some of the abandoned terraces. Photo by Jerry
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A toad clinging to the edge of the falaj, waiting for the tourists to leave. Photo by Bob
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Most of the plants were in full flower, enjoying the mild winter weather




 


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