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Waterfall cutting through lava field near Reykjavik, Iceland. [3036 × 4048] [OC]
Mist rises off a lake in the early morning light - White Mountains National Forest, New Hampshire [OC][3000x2000]
Sunrise on the coast of Nova Scotia [1050x701] [OC]
Iceland dressing up as Middle Earth [OC] [3648 × 4560]
I kept half expecting to see dinosaurs out there! -Kyrgyzstan (OC) (720 X 480)
Sunset at Secret Cove, Maui this June. [OC] [1280x854]
A view from 3800m up the French Alps [4752x2673]
The Giant and The Witch, Faroe Islands. [OC][2048x1365]
Epic view at Glacier Point, Yosemite National Park, CA. [1600x824][OC]
Bioluminescent Algae lights the surf on the Malibu coastline below the Milkyway. [OC][5257x3505]
A lonely pack of dead trees somewhere in Triglav National Park, Slovenia [2242x2242] [OC]
I hiked up to the summit of Rohr Peak (2500m) to get a shot of Rohr Lake, just north of Pemberton, BC. [oc] [os] [1620x1080]
One dawn I boated up to one of the coolest icebergs I saw while traveling in Greenland. [OC] [2880x1920]
Antelope Canyon, AZ [oc] [2592x3888]
Yesterday's alpineglow on the Maroon Bells, which peaked at about 25 minutes before sunrise - Colorado, USA [OC][2048x1536]
Sunset at South Arapahoe Peak, Colorado. [6000x4000][OC]
Spider Rock, Canyon de Chelly, AZ [4032x3024][OC]
Delicate Arch, Arches National Park Moab, UT. [6016x4016] (Wife OC)
Exploring New Zealand's native bush in the Taranaki region (New Plymouth) (3468x2448)
Foamy sky mirror [2817x2817] Denmark
Amalfi Coast, Italy. (OC) [5312 x 2988]
Patricia Lake, Jasper, Canada. Sunset covered by smoke from the BC fires. (OC) [3,264x2,448]
Taken during a hike in Patagonia [4904x2101] [oc]
When the light hits just right... Wildwood Trail, Portland, OR (OC) [4000x3000]
Bridalveil Fall pours fog into Yosemite Valley [OC][1676x1080]
Amazing view for an easy hike. Mount Rainier - 1244x816
Stunning Cotswold Sunset [4898x3265]
Mist Trail at Yosemite National Park [OC] (2448 × 3264)
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe (OC) [3695 × 1478]
Taken during a long hike in Ilhabela, Brazil. [OC] [3264x2448]
Seven Sisters, Birling Gap, England [OC] [3024x4032]
This past summer we visited Waterton Lakes National Park. This photo is from half way up our Crypt Lake hike. [2448x3264] [OC]
Tanyard Creek, Bella Vista, Arkansas (OC) [2048 x 1536].
Mt. President in Yoho, British Columbia. (8520x3870) (oc)
The vast beauty of the Eastern Sierras in a single frame: Alabama Hills, CA - (OC) (5184 X 3456)
Roaring Fork River East of Aspen, CO [1335x2000] [OC]
[OC] Hiking along the streams that flow from hot springs in Reykjadalur, Iceland. [4048 x 3036]
Somewhere near Khardungla, Leh, India. [5184x3456]
Fog rolling over the hills in Osterøy, Norway [2879×1737][OC]
An easy walk for this gorgeous view at Canyonlands National Park in Utah [OC][3024x4032]
68 kiwikoopa I've lived less than a hour from the Badlands for almost 2 months, and I still haven't hiked them.
48 PM_ME_UR_PAWG_PICS South Dakota: where the hills are black, the wood is dead, and the lands are bad.
25 zarkoulhs So the Badlands... Watch out for Bandits and skags, buddy.
8 _snapcase_ I grew up here (like ten miles away) and we put up a lot of fence for the Department of Interior. Hordes of cacti and snakes not pictured.
6 retiredgunslinger66 I grew up living on the edge of the badlands. Hotter than hell in the summer, but beautiful! We'd find all kinds of fossils but we always left them because we lived there and thought they'd always be there. I found out that not all people are the same and they would disappear. We even found a huge fossilized tortoise shell that was big like the ones at Reptile Gardens but someone stole that too! We'd always find petrified wood. One was a stump that was about 10 ft round.
5 ITSjustW33D I went to Sturgis this year and this was one of my day trips (
3 Zakman4 Last year I spent six-months traveling the country in my car and visited over 20 National Parks. I was surprised to find that the Dakotas were by far one of my favorite places. Badlands is incredible and Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota is just as good. You wanna home where the buffalo roam? Go to North Dakota
6 bnetjail It's a good thing you can see the moon at the top so that people won't confuse this spot with the moon
3 Burnblast277 Hey I've been there
3 forgivenfreeonfire Not so bad.
3 Devych *Into the Badlands*
5 Jessman8S I took a trip there once. Hotter than the devils a*s crack. Went into the visitors center for a quick tinkle and my titties pierced through my shirt nearly instantly. That plase must have been at like 40F. 8/10 would reccomend.
1 obidie If only you'd taken the picture horizontally....
2 loki-things Rved there as a kid during an amazing night thunder storm. It was unreal to see lightening over that horizon.
2 Jaredlang76 Want to go! Is it too cold to go at the end of September? I also want to check out Mt. Rushmore, wind cave and devils' tower.
2 RealOfficerHotPants Went through there on my way to Mt. Rushmore when I was 15. I loved every second of that place.
2 traillboy Ive lived in the Black Hills for 19 years. It is seriously one of the greatest places on the planet.
2 stayhomedaddy I lived in Sturgis for 3 years and still think that bolder canyon is the most relaxing drive, especially if you detour off into camp 5 (4 wheel drive recommended) beautiful country round those parts.
2 UkrainianGirl I was just there a week ago 😁
2 Tinyhousecode The Badlands have some pretty killer fossils too!
2 Studiomonkey90 I got me an acre of land in South Dakota in the Badlands. I got me an acre of bad land. That shit is mean.
5 canissilvestris I wanted to say aside from how much I like this shot that I appreciate that there are still people who censor their swear words. I don't mind them myself but good on you for being considerate