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Havasu Falls

Havasu Falls plunging over majestic red rocks and pooling into milky, turquoise water. Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon National Park, where the waters eventually converge with the mighty Colorado River.

Havasu Falls is a waterfall of Havasu Creek, located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. It is within Havasupai tribal lands. Havasu Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Arizona associated with the Havasupai people. It is a tributary to the Colorado River, which it enters in the Grand Canyon. Havasu Falls is located 1½ miles (2.4 km) from Supai.

Havasu Falls ~ Havasupai Indian Reservation, Arizona ~ Miks' Pics "Nature Scenes V" board

Dogwood Canyon, Branson, MO....must see!!!

what a beautiful place right near Big Cedar Lodge, Dogwood Canyon, Branson, MO.

Red River, Scotland

Cameron Falls Alberta, Canada Incredibly rare moment: a waterfall turned tomato soup red. The red coloring of the water is a result of heavy rainfall washing sediment (with large quantities of argolite) into the river.

Lake Powell, Utah This is the most unbelievably beautiful place in the world! At night, I've never seen so many stars. It shocked me how many are really out there!

Lake Powell, Utah - Lake Powell is a man-made reservoir on the Colorado river. Located in the United States between Utah and Arizona, Lake Powell is surrounded by magnificent Navajo sandstone canyon walls in bright oranges, reds, and whites

Jacob’s Well, Wimberley, Texas is a perpetual artesian spring  considered one of the longest underwater caves in the state. It is the main source for Cypress Creek, which forms the Blue Hole swimming area downstream & flows into the Blanco River. The mouth of the spring descends 30ft to a series of underwater chambers.

jacob's well- wimberley, texas, USA been there.great place to cool off in Texas heat