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Norway's Fjords. Western Norway’s fjords are among the longest, deepest, narrowest and most dramatic in the world — their importance was recognized when two, Geirangerfjord and Næøyfjord, were added in 2005 to the UNESCO World Heritage List. There are various ways to approach the fjords. You also can climb to Pulpit Rock, which overlooks the Lysefjord near Stavanger; you’ll gain 2,000 feet.

Sunwapta Fall, Jasper National Park, Canada

Cala Mitjaneta, Menorca, Spain

Central Park

The Seven Sisters waterfall Geiranger, Norway

Geiranger by Ghost Farm | 500px

Ruins of Doria Castle in Portovenere, Italy

Seine river

Gallery & Inspiration | Picture - 1254540

Fuji Shibazakura Festival - Moss Phlox and Mount Fuji , Lake Motosu, Yamanashi, Japan

Lavender Sunset, France

Lavender Sunset, France

Havana, Cuba

blue havana by MacaCox | 500px

Sheridan Glacier, Cordova, Alaska.


Milford Sound, New Zealand.

Milford Sound, New Zealand.

Phuket, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand - Luxury Fragrances

Island Paradise, Fiji

Island Paradise, Fiji

Purakaunui Falls - New Zealand

Purakaunui Falls - New Zealand | Stunning Places