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  • Michaela X

    This is a photo from a scene in the movie The Lord of the Ring -The Gates of Argonath, . Those statues aren't real. Also, it's a river, not a slot canyon. And on top of that, it's in New Zealand, not Australia anyway.

  • Jama T

    what a lovely place for a canoe trip

  • Theresa M.

    NOTICE - This is not a real location unless you live in Tolkien's Middle Earth as represented in the Lord of the Rings - The Fellowship of the Ring. I keep seeing this picture of the relating to travel locations and travel/location boards. I don't know if this is some kind of cruel prank for those not acquainted Tolkien's stories, or what.

  • Daniel Robuck

    Beautiful View! Somewhere in New Zealand. Borderline looks unreal! Design by like approaching rauros falls in the lord of the rings.

  • GLB Worldwide

    Slot canyons, Australia - Yet another place Vic Challenger may need to visit. Beautiful!

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