crimson trees!

Red Autumn on a Winding Road red nature trees road autumn leaves fall beauty seasons

Flathead Lake, Montana. The water is so clear it looks shallow, but it's actually 370 feet!  Neat!  I wanna go!

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Flathead Lake in northwest Montana. Apparently the water is so clear that it looks like a shallow lake, when in fact, it’s 370 feet deep. I'd go to Montana just for this!

Jacob's Well in Wimberley, Texas.

Daily Morning Awesomeness (30 Photos)

Jacob's Well -- Wimberly, Tx: One of the most significant natural geologic treasures in the Texas Hill Country. It is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas and an artesian spring. Jacob’s Well surges up thousands of gallons of water per minute!

gorgeous!

Mossy Forest, Brittany, France Travel and Photography from around the world.

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

Large Boabab Tree - Also known as the "tree of life", Baobab trees, found in Africa and India, can live for several thousand years. They have little wood fiber, but can store large quantities of water.

Badlands National Park, South Dakota

Badlands Sunrise, Badlands National Park, South Dakota, Photo by Dan Anderson

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I come to you by Stefano Ronchi, via - I cannot stop looking at the eyes. And the wings . they are almost frightening in their power and beauty, and I very much suppose that they strike fear into the little animals the owl is pursuing.

oh. my. goodness.

I want her. I want a little baby girl monkey. Not a human daughter. But a monkey daughter. I could dress her up and she'd never tell me she hates me. And she wouldn't start drama. I need a baby girl monkey.

Ancient Ash Pollard

Ancient Ash Pollard tree/ portals to the fairy realm

Grand Teton National Park, Leigh Lake Reflection

Leigh Lake, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA ("Leigh Lake Reflections" photo by Chip Phillips)

The Milky Road by Larry Landolfi   Taken in Ft. Davis, Texas (“the darkest spot in North America”).

by Larry Landolfi - Taken in Fort Davis, Texas (one of the darkest spots in North America.) A composite of the summer Milky Way and a dirt road.

Save those feathers!

Save those feathers! Saw sooo many turkeys hunting in Show Low this weekend. Probably just as many as squirrels!

Sugar maple in fall colors

Sugar maple in fall colors.one of my favorite things in the world.trees in fall

LOOK AT THE BABY GOAT

Baby goat with a bow.Kaija you need to put a bow on your goat, it looks adorable :)

The Bermuda Triangle

♥ Ominous Storm, The Bermuda Triangle photo via besttravelphotos. Air Force wouldn't even fly over this Triangle.

300 year old Beech trees, known as “The Dark Hedges”

The Dark Hedges, 300 year old Beech trees, line the Breagah Road, Northern Ireland

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