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land & sea - nature

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RP » what a great idea for outside leaf/nature sculptures. make sure to watch an andy goldsworthy documentary too!

Magnetite crystals forming black stripes in light-colored sand. Magnetite is one of the most common constituents of heavy minerals in sand. ... | beach. water. sand.

fog. mist. photograph. tree. nature. morning. calm. | RP » .

water falls. waterfall. plants. trees. grass. nature.| RP » Lush green falls area.....

Waterfall by Joop Snijder | 500px

RP > Sun rising over a frozen lake at Manasquan Reservoir in New Jersey, USA, photo by Dave Rogers

RP » Moonlight at Mengening Beach, Bali

RP » Ice

RP » Hawaiian Lava

RP » Devetashka cave, Bulgaria by Silvia S.

green. grass. lush. furry. nature. | RP » .

RP » small stream through the moss garden at the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island, WA. This area designed by Fujitaro Kubota.

RP » The trail to Punchbowl Cove, Misty Fiords National Monument.ALASKA

Plitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia, founded in 1949. The important north-south road connection, which passes through the national park area, connects the Croatian inland with the Mediterranean coastal region. Each year, more than 1,200,000 people visit the national parks. Google+

RP » Mineral Springs of Hierve el Agua

RP » The Narrows, Hill Country, Texas

RP » Fjadrargljufur, Iceland

Bristlecone Pine is the Earth's oldest living inhabitant. it is remarkable not only for its great age but also for its ability to survive in harsh conditions with cold temperatures, a short growing season, and high winds. Bristlecone pines grow very slowly. Such slow growth makes their wood very dense and resistant to insects, fungi, rot, and erosion. Vegetation is very sparse, limiting the role of fire. The bristlecone pine is a multi-trunked tree, twisted by the elements. Much of the pine is..

GIANT tree! "The baobab, also known as "the Tree of Life" for its vitality and longevity, grows in African and Indian savannas. Its height can reach up to 25 meters. Baobabs can live for several thousand years. This tree remains leafless for nine months of the year." (click image to read more...) | RP » .

Glacier National Park, Montana (MT), USA photograph by Jay Patel

Maroon Bells, Snowmass Wilderness, Colorado (CO), USA photograph by Jay Patel

Iceberg Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana (MT), USA photograph by Jay Patel