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80: The beautiful city of Florence, Italy bathed in yellow sunlight at dawn. By Damien Simonis.
81: Crazy red rock shapes in the Lower Antelope Canyon, in Arizona, USA. By Mark Newman.
82: Walls of Jerusalem National Park, in ever-so-green and serene Tasmania, Australia. By Rob Blakers.
83: In stark contrast is Longs Peak from Summit Lake area, Colorado, USA. By Witold Skrypczak.
84: Who hasn’t openly drooled at the colourful, edible displays at La Boqueria Market in Barcelona? By Oliver Strewe.
85: A little piece of paradise lies at Millaa Millaa Falls in the Atherton Tablelands, Queensland. By John Banagan.
86: Space-age Seattle gets a guernsey with its night cityscape, USA. By Rob Blakers.
87: Leaf-peepers would be delighted at this autumnal image of Sneffels Ridge in Colorado, USA. By Rob Blakers.
88: Wish you were here? Those of us in the freezing LPI office in Melbourne do! This is a classic shot of a palm tree bending towards the Caribbean Sea on a key in the San Blas Islands, Panama. By Alfredo Maiquez.
89: Frosty Lake Tahoe in winter in Nevada, USA89. By Lee Foster.
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