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Honokohau Falls "Photographed from an open helicopter (doors off) near the summit of Puu Kukui in the West Maui Mountains" of Maui, Hawaii • photo: Royce Bair on Flickr

Meteora, Greece

Meteora by Sebastian L / 500px

The Needle, Cuith-Raing on Skye

Louisiana - Cypress tree with Spanish moss

Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA

Antelope Canyon in Arizona.

Antelope Canyon

Iron Gates, Romania

Cappadocia, Turkey by by Mustafa Tarik Olmez


Blackchurch Rock (England) by peterspencer49

Stakkholtsgjá gorge in Thorsmörk

Island - Stakkholtsgjá bei Thorsmörk

Atlas Mountains, Morocco

Images Chebika Oasis in Tunisia Atlas Mountains 1015

Playa del Carmen, Mexico #wanderlust #travel

View from Neuschwanstein Castle ( Schloss Neuschwanstein) Germany

Great Expectations St James, Cooling, Kent These children's anthropomorphic gravestones provided Charles Dickens with the inspiration for poor Pip's dead brothers in his novel, Great Expectations.

Bucharest, Romania

Worldwide Photography #58: Bucharest

Isle of Skye, Scotland

Hunts Mesa, Monument Valley, Utah/Arizona by Francesco Riccardo Iacomino.

Ica, Peru by xengravity, via Flickr

Abandoned Palace

AMSTERDAM --------------------------- The canals of Amsterdam in TEN PHOTOS --------- Marked MAP of where all 10 pics were taken =

Amsterdam - great 'big lights' shot and the reflection on the water makes it all the more mesmerizing

Cenote diving, Yucatan, Mexico

Tegenungan Waterfall, Bali

Plenty of ghostly ruins have been photographed, but photos are easily faked and easier to dismiss. The world’s most-photographed phantom castle is Dounarwyse-a 13th century ruin on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. It’s said to appear like clockwork-so regularly it’s a simple matter to calculate a sighting. In daylight its nothing but a few crumbling bricks. Above:the most evocative shot of it ever taken, by Leszek Bujnowski."Hoax or Smoking Gun? 1880-2008"