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Yosemite Fall [OC] [3000x3000]
Winter is dark, but it's twilight sometimes is magical - misty view deep withing a forest in Norway [OC][1800x1165]
The Olympic Mountains glowing on my hike back to my car after shooting the sunset on a ridge in ONP, Washington [OC][3000x2000]
Probably my favourite picture I took in Guilin, China [OC][3622 × 4527]
Winter morning at Elbow Falls, Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada [OC][2880x1920]
Picture Lake, Mount Baker, WA [OC] [5472x3648]
One of the coolest cliff formations you'll find at Acadia! (Acadia National Park, Maine, U.S.) [OC] [7336x4896]
The Watchman at Zion National Park [5184 × 3456] [OC]
Ascending to the Kingdom of Heaven, Norway [OC][4032x3024]
Oahu , Hawaii [OC] [2048x1300]
Spirit Falls, WA [OC][3840 × 2880]
This water is surreal... Roaring Meg in New Zealand [3024x4032]
Yosemite Falls truly is mesmerizing this time of year. [OC][4990×3000]
All mountains make me feel small and humble, but the mighty Fitz Roy range in southern Argentina (Patagonia) is sure one of the most majestic sights of this planet [1534x2000] [OC] Felix Inden
Backlit waves crashing on the rocks: happy hour at Haukland, Norway... [OC] [1200x800]
Waimea Canyon, HI [OC][6016x4016]
[OC] Stumbled across this massive red beauty while hiking through Nevada’s Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area [6024x4024]
No matter where I go, Oregon will always be home. [OC][640x1136]
Elk Lake Bend, OR (4608x3456) [OC]
Crystal clear skies for my hike up to the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. [3264x2448][OC]
Sunrise at Yellow Aster Butte, Washington [OC][2000x1333]
Takhlakh Lake, WA in the fall [OC] [2388x1251]
Taken early in the morning Gatlinburg, TN [OC] [4032 X 3024]
My backyard - Mt Taranaki [4032x3024][OC]
Just about as Arizona as it gets, Tonto National Forest, AZ [6000x4000] [OC]
Southern England [OC][3872*2592]
Does it go on forever? @ Painted Canyon NP, North Dakota [3264x2448][OC]
Munich, Germany. Olympiaphalle arena where they had the olympics years ago. Found this quiet spot in the back. [3264x2448]
Monument Valley USA during an intense sunrise [1920x1920][OC]
Friend's backyard in Aspen, CO [OC] [4032x2268]
Altiplanic lagoons, San Pedro de Atacama [3264x2448]
Pebble Beach, California [OC][3024x4032]
It's called the Lonesome Lake - in the White Mountains National Forest, New Hampshire [OC][3000x2000]
Wales - U.K , 4128x2322. If you look closely you can see a man painting.
Calf and Nettle Cove from Hart Crag. Lake District [5184 × 3456][OC]
Half Dome Fall (OC) [1920x1080]
Badwater Basin, Death Valley, CA [OC] [6016x4016]
Punakaiki, Pan Caks Rocks, New Zealand [OC][1954x2592]
Sitka, Alaska [3265 x 4898] [OC]
The Western Cape of South Africa has some of the most beautiful views I've never seen anywhere else [OC] [3000x2000]
37 peripheral_smission Having a hell of a time irl lately and this picture just hit me like a ton of bricks. I've been staring at it for the past 10 minutes and it's the first pic I've ever saved from this subreddit. Thank you.
11 disgr4ce Absolutely incredible. Unearthly, uncanny.
6 missionbeach Looking through Mesa Arch?
8 Protophobic This is at Mesa Arch in the Amazing Canyonlands in Utah, which is a short trail from the parking lot. If you are going to try to get this shot, I recommend getting there SUPER early (maybe sleeping in your car) and staking your turf with your tripod in the darkness like I did. Theres only about a six-foot square where you can get this specific composition. [my instagram]( | [my 500px](
3 LIV2500 I've ridden/driven past this spot probably a half a dozen times but never actually stopped. Next time I'll be sure to stop.
3 irh1n0 Currently live in Georgia but am from Utah. It’s funny to hear people on flights say how barren Utah looks (of course as you fly in over the great salt lake) but where Georgia is green and tropical, it all tends to look the same whereas Utah has a very diverse environment. Beautiful Wasatch mountains, Zion, Bryce and Monument Valley, Lake Powell to name a few, all unique in their own right. And then you also get snow to change the scenery. Utah is very beautiful and and an outdoor paradise. I’m still adjusting to living in the forest in Georgia and not being able to see more than 1/4 mile in front of me.
2 bobross8 Home sweet home! 👌🏼👌🏼
2 Arskeli Great shot! I love canyonlands, just came from there. :)
2 DaniElizabethG Been there. Worth it.
2 Krezmit Loved Canyonlands. I was under that Arch a few months back.
2 brickout Gorgeous shot.
2 aakanshasingh11 Mind fuck earth porn!
2 aakanshasingh11 Mind fuck earth porn!
2 Roni_Deutch Something about this is just very calming
1 Biker_roadkill_LOL Nice photo. But is it the best photo you've ever taken (TM)?
1 Shappie Holy shit does it really look that blue in person? That's incredibly beautiful.
1 TheRageDragon I've seen lots of pictures from this angle so I know it's quite a popular spot, but my question is is there any garbage around this spot? I hate going to a nice scenic spot and seeing that some cunts left their shit on the ground. I'd even go out of my way to pick it up anyway even if I wasn't the cunt that tossed it.
1 LV_Mises It must nice being up there all alone in nature.
1 Slc18 Well there are so many you really have to pick and choose. Unless you have an RV and a month. I just go by which looks like it's a more unique visual experience than the others. Tho all unique in their own way of course. But if you've just spent a day looking at canyons I'd say Bryce or arches would seem like good choices. But I guess you have to see to each park in person to fully appreciate.
0 ApostleThirteen This pic would have been so much more beautiful with the full sky over the canyon foreground in front of, rather than with the "everybody and their brother's" shot of the arch as a frame.