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Join the Battle for Net Neutrality! Don't let the FCC destroy the internet!
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Yosemite Fall [OC] [3000x3000]
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Winter is dark, but it's twilight sometimes is magical - misty view deep withing a forest in Norway [OC][1800x1165]
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The Olympic Mountains glowing on my hike back to my car after shooting the sunset on a ridge in ONP, Washington [OC][3000x2000]
3199
Probably my favourite picture I took in Guilin, China [OC][3622 × 4527]
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Winter morning at Elbow Falls, Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada [OC][2880x1920]
78
Picture Lake, Mount Baker, WA [OC] [5472x3648]
1036
One of the coolest cliff formations you'll find at Acadia! (Acadia National Park, Maine, U.S.) [OC] [7336x4896]
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The Watchman at Zion National Park [5184 × 3456] [OC]
218
Ascending to the Kingdom of Heaven, Norway [OC][4032x3024]
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Oahu , Hawaii [OC] [2048x1300]
39
Spirit Falls, WA [OC][3840 × 2880]
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This water is surreal... Roaring Meg in New Zealand [3024x4032]
85
Yosemite Falls truly is mesmerizing this time of year. [OC][4990×3000]
490
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
347
Backlit waves crashing on the rocks: happy hour at Haukland, Norway... [OC] [1200x800]
59
Waimea Canyon, HI [OC][6016x4016]
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[OC] Stumbled across this massive red beauty while hiking through Nevada’s Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area [6024x4024]
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No matter where I go, Oregon will always be home. [OC][640x1136]
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Elk Lake Bend, OR (4608x3456) [OC]
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Crystal clear skies for my hike up to the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. [3264x2448][OC]
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Sunrise at Yellow Aster Butte, Washington [OC][2000x1333]
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Takhlakh Lake, WA in the fall [OC] [2388x1251]
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Taken early in the morning Gatlinburg, TN [OC] [4032 X 3024]
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My backyard - Mt Taranaki [4032x3024][OC]
7
Just about as Arizona as it gets, Tonto National Forest, AZ [6000x4000] [OC]
43
Southern England [OC][3872*2592]
9
Does it go on forever? @ Painted Canyon NP, North Dakota [3264x2448][OC]
9
Munich, Germany. Olympiaphalle arena where they had the olympics years ago. Found this quiet spot in the back. [3264x2448]
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Monument Valley USA during an intense sunrise [1920x1920][OC]
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Friend's backyard in Aspen, CO [OC] [4032x2268]
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Altiplanic lagoons, San Pedro de Atacama [3264x2448]
10
Pebble Beach, California [OC][3024x4032]
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It's called the Lonesome Lake - in the White Mountains National Forest, New Hampshire [OC][3000x2000]
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Wales - U.K , 4128x2322. If you look closely you can see a man painting.
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Calf and Nettle Cove from Hart Crag. Lake District [5184 × 3456][OC]
9
Half Dome Fall (OC) [1920x1080]
15
Badwater Basin, Death Valley, CA [OC] [6016x4016]
12
Punakaiki, Pan Caks Rocks, New Zealand [OC][1954x2592]
12
Sitka, Alaska [3265 x 4898] [OC]
19
The Western Cape of South Africa has some of the most beautiful views I've never seen anywhere else [OC] [3000x2000]
8 sshatsky [here's](https://i.imgur.com/MGG4Ls9.jpg) our trusty campsite
7 Imadethis4things Nothing like having a high tide plonk a 5 ton log across your tent in the middle of the night.
3 NokiaSnakeWorldChamp Keep an eye out for shape shifters.
4 gravysammie I love the Pacific Northwestern coast. There's something about rocks jutting out of the ocean that gives me a feeling of being so small and mortal.
3 neon93 It's just a little crowded...
2 badgeringthewitness From a legal standpoint, I wonder who owns the driftwood? If you find driftwood in the open water (before, obviously, it lands on someone's property) I wonder if you can claim it without any consequences of a competing claim? Any driftwood lawyers out there?
2 goldensunshine429 I had to look at the link. I was at Ruby Beach a few months back and I had forgotten how absolutely HUGE the driftwood trunks are. Hope you had a great time camping!
1 art_is_alive Beautiful spot. Reminds me of Pukaskwa National Park in Ontario, Canada, along Superior's north shore.. Protip: The white driftwood piles make great beach structures to hide from the sun when it gets too hot. Nothing like a day of driftwood Jenga.
1 pdxscout A girl I went to middle school with was crushed to death by a log on a beach similar to that one.
1 sshatsky [view of the rocks from our campsite](https://i.imgur.com/q2IARko.jpg)
0 Shiba-Shiba Under a tree on one of those three big Rocks would have been Cool; windy, but Cool! Upboat