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Join the Battle for Net Neutrality! Don't let the FCC destroy the internet!
3661
Yosemite Fall [OC] [3000x3000]
30996
Winter is dark, but it's twilight sometimes is magical - misty view deep withing a forest in Norway [OC][1800x1165]
538
Picture my brother took just on the outskirts of Amarillo, Texas [1951x2600]
476
The Olympic Mountains glowing on my hike back to my car after shooting the sunset on a ridge in ONP, Washington [OC][3000x2000]
3070
Probably my favourite picture I took in Guilin, China [OC][3622 × 4527]
1233
Winter morning at Elbow Falls, Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada [OC][2880x1920]
1002
One of the coolest cliff formations you'll find at Acadia! (Acadia National Park, Maine, U.S.) [OC] [7336x4896]
62
The Dark Hedges - Antrim, Northern Ireland - Photo by Matthias Haker [1024 x 683]
126
The Watchman at Zion National Park [5184 × 3456] [OC]
199
Ascending to the Kingdom of Heaven, Norway [OC][4032x3024]
111
Oahu , Hawaii [OC] [2048x1300]
49
Picture Lake, Mount Baker, WA [OC] [5472x3648]
484
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
327
Backlit waves crashing on the rocks: happy hour at Haukland, Norway... [OC] [1200x800]
74
Yosemite Falls truly is mesmerizing this time of year. [OC][4990×3000]
20
Las Gaviotas, Baja California del Norte, Mexico. [OC] [5184x3888]
29
Hi Reddit, it's me, you know, that state you love so much? Well here's another picture of me. xo -Oregon. Silver Falls State Park, Oregon [OC] [3276x4096] .
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Spirit Falls, WA [OC][3840 × 2880]
46
Waimea Canyon, HI [OC][6016x4016]
31
Elk Lake Bend, OR (4608x3456) [OC]
35
Crystal clear skies for my hike up to the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. [3264x2448][OC]
53
Sunrise at Yellow Aster Butte, Washington [OC][2000x1333]
79
Takhlakh Lake, WA in the fall [OC] [2388x1251]
4396
Monument Valley USA during an intense sunrise [1920x1920][OC]
38
Southern England [OC][3872*2592]
16
Friend's backyard in Aspen, CO [OC] [4032x2268]
24601
It's called the Lonesome Lake - in the White Mountains National Forest, New Hampshire [OC][3000x2000]
9
Machu Picchu, Peru (OC) [3264x2448]
53
Calf and Nettle Cove from Hart Crag. Lake District [5184 × 3456][OC]
10
Pismo Beach Pier Sunset [4032×2268]
15
Badwater Basin, Death Valley, CA [OC] [6016x4016]
60
All my siblings were out of town so I spent Thanksgiving hiking the Tetons. Lake Taggart ladies and gentleman! [6000x4000] (OC)
61
The Naked Tree. Taken at Brazos bend state park, TX. [OC] [7360 × 4912]
25
Took this years ago near Shallow Lake, British Columbia, Canada while driving to Carcross in Yukon Territory [OC] [2048x1365]
65
Navajo Point, Grand Canyon [4032x3024] [OC]
12
Wales - U.K , 4128x2322. If you look closely you can see a man painting.
13
The Western Cape of South Africa has some of the most beautiful views I've never seen anywhere else [OC] [3000x2000]
7
Sitka, Alaska [3265 x 4898] [OC]
50
More Columnar Basalt, this time from Reynisfjara Beach, Iceland[OC][7166x3583]
6
Pebble Beach, California [OC][3024x4032]
247 moundofwick Those beetles are fucking up those trees.
106 [deleted] If anyone is wondering why there are brown/yellow evergreen trees: bark beetles. I wrote a research paper on this a while ago. More than [102 million trees](https://www.fs.fed.us/news/releases/new-aerial-survey-identifies-more-100-million-dead-trees-california) have died in California since 2010 due to a combination of drought and disease. Normally, disease will only kill sick and old trees. However, unprecedented, extended low levels of winter precipitation throughout all of California has weakened tens of millions of trees. Trees have drought resilience, but can only last so many years. A compromised tree cannot properly defend itself from disease. The most destructive disease has been [bark beetles](https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5384837.pdf) (Mountain pine, Jeffrey Pine, Western Pine), which are insects smaller than a dime that bore into the cambia of trees. Bark beetles have ravaged Western US forests in the past two decades. Scientist attribute the bark beetle epidemic to hotter and drier climate, some whom say it’s a consequence of anthropogenic climate change. The drought and bark beetles have taken the biggest toll in the Central and Southern Sierras. Pine trees (e.g. Grey, Knobcone, Ponderosa, Jeffrey, Lodgepole) have been impacted the greatest. It’s important to note that of the 102 million dead trees, 62 million died in 2016, marking a 100% increase in mortality from 2015. Additionally, report was published November of 2016; likely many more trees have died since than. Here’s a tree mortality [map](http://egis.fire.ca.gov/TreeMortalityViewer/) Here’s more information on the [crisis](http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-dead-trees-20161118-story.html)
20 Podcaster Not enough Earth porn out there centred on rainy fall days...
19 WorldOfInfinite Tunnel view is the best. There is no other feeling like driving through that dark tunnel only to see this sight reveal itself as you drive out.
9 _Cohiba My favourite part of Yosemite is all of it
5 teamguy89 /r/mildlyskyrim
14 soboatuh just gorg
4 Sodacons It's like a fantasy!
4 Alectrona3 I want to go so bad
13 Antiorp But it’s only September.
3 ali_moomoo I will never get over the beauty of this place!!
3 Pjabs This is Skellige, I'm sure if it
6 1flewunder I like to call yosem the land before time
2 codeByNumber Awesome! I'm headed out there mid-late October this year (first time). Any recommended spots to catch some of the changing leaves?
2 Krateng Did they steal Lauterbrunnen's height map?!
2 alfreeland Beautiful
2 Vtnn01 I feel like you got this from the selection of default Mac desktop pictures.