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Elowah Falls in Oregon!

OR - Breathtaking Elowah Falls, Oregon. is it just me or does anyone else see this and want to go full pocahontas on that rock?

Elowah Falls near Warrendale in the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon • photo: Zeb Andrews on Flickr • NOTE: bottom half photoshopped by unknown artist

Wanna go there Maui, Hawaii whale. Maui is the spot for whale watching. Humpbacks start arriving in December, are at peak by February, and are gone by early May.

Silver Falls Trail - Mount Rainier National Park, Washington by marietta

Silver Falls Trail, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State - Magnificent Photos for Human Eyes Part 2

The angel of YHVH found her by a spring of water in the wilderness, the spring on the way to Shur.

Nature's Beauty -Emerald Pools form deep in the backcountry of Zion National Park - Utah, USA

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Zion National Park - Utah USA - Already been here several times, but long to be in The Narrows again. Love love love Zion we would go back

Mystic Falls is a real gem in the Telluride area that's largely tucked away from sight and mind despite it being a 150+ feet, two tiered beauty of a waterfall. Colorado

Near Telluride-Mystic Falls - Colorado. The Vampire Diaries setting is Mystic Falls and I'm pretty sure Stephen and Elana were around here once!

Emerald Lake

Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada. This a beautiful lake with amazing views. A walk around the lake gives you great perspective of surrounding area.

Rainforest runoff in the Olympic National Park of northwestern Washington • photo: John Shephard on StoreOEP

Lake Quinault Lodge, WA

Rainforest runoff in the Olympic National Park of northwestern Washington State photo: John Shephard on StoreOEP

Awesome Oregon | Amazing random creation of the nature. Each step creates awesome water patterns which rests the eye and the mind in a water world.

The Best Waterfalls Nearest Portland, Oregon

Proxy Falls -- Photo and caption by Ryan Hellard. The pure glacial waters of Oregon's Proxy Falls flows over the moss covered columnar basalt. From Nat'l Geographic 2010 photography contest.

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