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Gorges de l’Areuse in western Switzerland • photo: sevenbrane on Flickr

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The Highlands, Scotland

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isle of skye, scotland

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Coniston, Lake District, England by Bardsea Photography

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A bottomless pit in the Pacific Northwest has been the subject of stories for decades.The mere existence of the hole is a matter of much controversy as nobody is sure where it even is. A Native American shaman called Red Elk is said to be one of the only people alive to have ever seen it, he claimed that the hole was 'endless' and that strange things would happen whenever he went near it.

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Moqui Marbles, naturally occurring iron oxide concretions that arise from Navajo sandstone. Very prevalent in the Escalante Grand Staircase National Monument

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star gazing

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Beautiful Nature

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The Palouse Tapestry Of Colors. WA by kevin mcneal #Photography #Palouse#Washington #Kevin_Mcneal

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Little Colorado River with it’s travertine blue waters at the with the Colorado River and the junction of Marble Canyon and the Grand Canyon itself. One of the top 10 canyon places on earth.

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Mountain Stream, Torres del Paine, Chile

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Arches NP, Winter Storm Clearing Sunburst

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"This is What Happens When Sand Gets Struck by Lightning: Fulgurites are natural hollow glass tubes formed in quartzose sand, silica, or soil by lightning strikes (at 3,270 °F), which instantaneously melts silica on a conductive surface and fuses grains together over a period of around one second. Photographed by Ken Smith."

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yunnan falls / epidemiks

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Lava fields, Iceland by the london eye, via Flickr

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Iceland / Klara Harden

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The Giant's Causeway, Ireland: Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986, it is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns up to 12m tall, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. Most of the columns are hexagonal, although there are also some with four, five, seven or eight sides. Image source unknown. en.wikipedia.org/... #Ireland

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39 Awesome Nature Photos Of Incredible Places, Point Reyes National Seashore, California

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The 6 Oddest Natural Wonders of the US

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Bucket list: Drive through a tree tunnel!

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Trees grow underground in this 'ancient network' of Californian Catacombs.

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Dinkelsbuhl, a town of real life gingerbread houses..

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(2011-06) Our amazing planet

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