Blarney Castle - Cork City, Ireland ♥www.paintingyouwithwords.com - I have heard that you shouldn't kiss the Blarney Stone in this castle. They say the locals have been known to "relieve" themselves on it. I don't know, but I'm going to error on the side of caution. Besides, everyone knows that if you're Irish you have a natural ability for blarney - and I am Irish. kiss, castles, blarney castl, stone, cork citi, corks, place, bucket lists, ireland travel
Blarney Castle - Cork City, Ireland
Multnomah Falls - Portland, Oregon
Khao Luang Caves, Phetchaburi, Thailand
Yes PLease! Sun Island, South Ari Atoll, Maldives.
Igloo rentals in Finland under the Northern Lights
UNESCO World Heritage Site - Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Australia covers 348,000 sq kms including some 2,500 individual reefs of varying sizes and shapes, and over 900 islands, ranging from small cays to larger continental islands. underwater photos, bucket list, great barrier reef, australia, sea, beauti, travel, place, coral reefs
Great Barrier Reef, Australia | Best places in the World
Superstition Mountains, Arizona.
Four Seasons, Thailand--elephants roam around the property!
Thor’s Hammer at sunrise What better way to enjoy the summer – or indeed any season – than by taking a trip into nature and exploring the marvels of a national park? Especially one as breathtaking as this! We’ve covered the gentle swirls of Antelope Canyon before on Environmental Graffiti, but today we’re going on a tour of another North American natural wonder that’s equally incredible: Utah’s Bryce Canyon. nation park, sunrises, canyon nation, natur, national parks, travel, thor hammer, bryce canyon, hammer sunris
Thor's Hammer, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Kaieteur Falls is about five times higher than the more well known Niagara Falls, located on the border between Canada and the United States and about two times the height of the Victoria Falls... Its distinction lies in the unique combination of great height and large volume, averaging 663 cubic meters per second (23,400 cubic feet per second).
Emerald pool at Subway, Zion National Park, Utah