st maarten/st martin
It’s not real…it’s just a dream. Honokohau Falls is said to be the tallest waterfall on Maui as it plunges in two tiers for a total of 1100ft… Making it the second highest falls in the United States (only Yosemite Falls is higher). The above photo was taken close to the ‘Wall of Tears’, which has over 17 waterfalls flowing at once.
Mesmerizing Honokohau Falls in Maui
Giant Sequoias: General Sherman
Angel Oak Tree, estimated to be 1400+ years old, in Charleston, South Carolina. I
Dani Andrada in the heart of his monster route Corazón de Ensueño in China.
MaryJane, the pioneer of the glamping concept, opened the first B in the U.S. that offered wall-tent accommodations. Borrowing from her Forest Service past, in which she lived in a wall tent year-round, 27 miles from the end of a dirt road in the heart of the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, she decided to share the experience with others by inviting guests to her farm in 2005. Five tents, nestled in a 100-year-old plum and walnut orchard on her Idaho organic farm, offer guests a unique getaway.
Now this is camping!!!