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    Seychelles.

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    winter wonderland

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    Puyehue Volcano | Chile

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    amsterdam

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    Roman Baths / Bath, England

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    Palouse Falls

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    Albstadt germany

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    Gaeta, Itay

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    Northern Ireland

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    Lake Baikal, Russia

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    Victoria Falls, Africa.

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    florence, italy

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    Cave of Crystals, Mexico

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    Cascades, Glacier National Park, Montana

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    A place in Ireland where every two years on June 10-18 the stars line up with this place. It’s called heavens trail.

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    Museum of Natural History / London. By martinturner on flickr

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    Milford track, New Zealand

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    Sunset at the Island of Kanawa, Indonesia by Richard Susanto

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    Glacial meltwater flows over the moss covered basaltic columns of Oregon's Proxy Falls. (Location: Lane County, Oregon) by Ryan Hellard

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    The Háifoss Waterfall in Iceland

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    Kauai's Mount Waialeale; generally considered the rainiest spot on Earth, drops water down 3,000-foot walls so sheer the sun simultaneously shines on all it’s walls only twice a year.

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    Angel Falls, Venezuela

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