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Pagosa Springs, CO, USA

hand blown glass hearts. Mexico

This natural spring looks like something out of a dream. But it's real & you can visit it right here in the USA...

This sculpture is so cool because of the shape and the way it looks so delicate and the combination with the color is really nice.

You can get lost in this for a while..



File this one under unsolved geological mysteries. In Judge C.R. Magney State Park in Minnesota, the Brule River flows toward Lake Superior. On its way to the lake, the river is split in two, forming a pair of waterfalls. Pretty, right? But here’s where things get strange. The eastern waterfall behaves normally, flowing into a pool and then continuing on its way. But the western one spills vast amounts of water into a huge, mysterious hole — the Devil’s Kettle — and completely disappears.

Laceleaf maple tree, Japanese Garden at Bloedel Reserve, Washington.


Round bath tub and shower head in the ceiling..Omg love love love this!=)

step outside and take a swim, Bali

Italy. WOW

Stepping stones across the Shimna river in Tollymore Forest Park. Ireland

Where the Caribbean meets the Atlantic in Eleuthera, Bahamas

devoid by Steve_Gregory, via Flickr

freat tree of ta pnom temple in the angkor complex, cambodia.

amazing. Oneonta Gorge, Oregon

A ring which was recovered from the wreck site of the Titanic.

Fairy house


Sod roof cabin.

abandoned cottage in the woods

Art Nouveau to the extreme. Casa Batlló in Barcelona

Turnip Rock, Lake Huron