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Layers on layers seen hiking around Mt Rainier (OC) [1600x2000]
One of the lakes of Jiuzhaigou - China before the devastating earthquake last August [OC] [2317x3089]
Nærøyfjord, Norway. [5312×2988]
Islet of Vila Franca do Campo, Azores, Portugal [900x675]
Taken whilst hiking to Blanktjärn, Sweden (6000x4000) [OC, @JohnnyStrandberg on Instagram]
A rarely seen view from the ruins of Machu Picchu looking out into the valley. This is the kind of view the Incans living there would have had every day. [OC] [9106x2936]
Always worth losing sleep just to wake up in time for the sunrise :) [5134×3423] [OC] - Black Balsam Knob, Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina, USA.
In between early season snow showers, fog enveloped the trail at Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, WA [OC][3120x2496]
Morning Glory Pool, Yellowstone National Park. Watching this swirl around in real life is hypnotic. [OC] [4032x1960]
Lake Elmo Park Reserve, Minnesota [OC] [4000x6000]
Sunflower field. Lawrence, Kansas. (co) [3074x2164]
Kuang Si Waterfall, Laos [OC] 2988x4015
Bear Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park [750x1334]
Minnesota has nice things -- Temperance River State Park [OC] [6000x4000]
Came for the fjords, stayed for the lakes, Norway [6000x3376]
Sunrise at the Serra dos Órgãos national park, Rio de Janeiro [4288x2848]
"Khar Usnii Gol", Mongolia. 2448x3264. Photo taken while on a school trip
A rain storm in the North Sea, England (1242×2208)
After a record winter last year the wildflowers in the Tetons were amazing [OC] [4032x3024]
Glacier Lake - Jasper National Park [OC] [3264 × 2448]
Matterhorn, Switzerland [4032x1960]
Castell y Gwynt. Wales. 'One does not simply walk into Mordor'. [OC] 2600*2048
Blues and Greens, Alberta, Canada [3264 x 2448]
The last pass before getting to Thousand Island Lake - Ansel Adams Wilderness, CA, USA. [OC] (1334x886) this was last weekend. This whole area is now covered in snow!
Sunset on the boundary waters between Minnesota and Canada [OC][1200x801]
Telluride, Colorado (OC) [4956x3540]
Wonderful sunrise in Canyonlands, Utah [OC] [2000x1335]
Lake 22, Granite Falls, WA. (3456x4608) [OC]
Swiftcurrent Falls - Glacier National Park - Montana [OC][2000X1125]
Fuego in a thunderstorm, taken from Acatenango volcano, Guatemala [OC] [1382x778]
Spent three days crammed into a Ford Windstar with my family. Then I stepped out into a place beyond time. Monument Valley, Naabeehó Bináhásdzo. [OC] [7360 x 4912]
Geothermal Energy, Icelandic Geyser [OC] [2448x3264]
Autumn has arrived in Rocky Mountain National Park, CO [2787x3418]
Grand Canyon, North Rim, panorama. [OC][2560*1707]
Do we need another pic of Yosemite? Yes, we do! (oc) [3401 × 2300]
Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara (OC) [1700x1700]
Reynisdrangur, Iceland OC [7075 x 4722]
Australia_canyons_grass_earth_water [1920 x 1080]
From the Kleiner Winterberg in Sächsische Schweiz National Park, Germany. [OC] [2000x1333]
First morning of fall, Letchworth State Park, NY [OC][4000X6000]
432 galaxymirror Perfect Bob Ross framing. Look at those happy little trees.
135 tonymaric One of the ~~best~~ most over-processed pictures I have ever taken.
19 MarkVII88 I think it's a very good composition, but the image itself is overexposed, not capitalizing on the dynamic range of the scene.
9 fiszu3000 looks like a pic from a n oldschool textbook
18 Koovies Looks like a creepy painting that would be hanging up in The Shining's hotel
36 jadedttrpgfan The 80's and 90's called and want their Bob Ross painting back.
7 Unreal_Banana But the lake is blue
43 ReflexNL Why is every picture here saturated to death? Can't we just have natural, beautiful pictures?
13 savarutsu You can do better!
3 SettleDownButtercup Reminds me of those scenic photos from the 1950's that you put into a [3D View-Master.](
3 levitas If I've got my bearings right, you are actually looking at Wapta Mountain, my favorite place on Earth, from the observatory across Emerald lake. Wapta Mountain is really cool because it's home to the [Burgess Shale](, one of the most important paleontology sites, which contains incredibly old fossils from the Cambrian era (half a BILLION years ago!) when some of the [strangest organisms]( lived. In fact, there are tour groups that hike up the mountain (only about a dozen a day when the season is open) on a ~7 mile path. The actual site for the Burgess Shale is in this picture! If memory serves, it's about 5/6ths up the mountain located near where the boundary forms between the higher peak on the left side of the picture and the lower peak on the right. There's a rounded section that meets a very steep section and it's right in there. I don't know that I'd be able to discern the exact spot, in part because it's about the size of a small garage, and if you look carefully, the trees closest to that spot appear tiny despite being rather large. The building right by where this picture was taken from has a telescope fixed on the Burgess Shale to prevent people from messing up the site, and our guide said there were a ton of hidden cameras near as well. You can't really tell, but the trees that are closer to the top of the mountain, especially where there are frequent rock slides (those bare rock paths down the mountain of the left side) have no branches on the uphill side. They have all been broken/torn off by falling rocks. Thank you so much for posting, OP!
6 kazphotos Looks like we were in a very similar area! was this recently?
4 abloblololo Looks like it's taken on film
5 Rok_Candy And it was all taken on the brand new IPhone X
5 optimisticaboutbears Beautiful shot. In the future try and time it for golden hour. Midday sunlight is very harsh, landscape photography really benefit from the rising or setting sun.