Pretty sure I’ll get this somewhere.

Pretty sure I’ll get this somewhere.

(Source: enjoy-what-you-are)

behiind-the-camera-lens:

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acureforreality-:

Kirkjufell … by Iurie Belegurschi on Flickr.
earthdaily:

VEIN OF WATER by GFphoto

earthdaily:

VEIN OF WATER by GFphoto

(Source: EarthDaily)

cornersoftheworld:

Val Pogallo | by supersky77

cornersoftheworld:

Val Pogallo | by supersky77

etherealvistas:

Twilight Inferno (India) by Daily Travel Photos .::. Pius Lee || Website

etherealvistas:

Twilight Inferno (India) by Daily Travel Photos .::. Pius Lee || Website

(Source: flic.kr)

mystic-revelations:

mountains and valleys, part one (by manyfires)

mystic-revelations:

mountains and valleys, part one (by manyfires)

wonderous-world:

Baños, Ecuador by Diego Jamman Cordova

320gr:

Photographs of Earth from the ESA Archive

(Source: fer1972, via nocountryforfriendos)

(via wulfes)

xcgirl08:

"The earth laughs in flowers."

- Ralph Waldo Emerson. 

(Source: blackhorsee, via b-riot)

etherealvistas:

Bristlecone and Milky Way Patriarch Grove White Mountains (USA) by Thomas Piekunka

etherealvistas:

Bristlecone and Milky Way Patriarch Grove White Mountains (USA) by Thomas Piekunka

The most unbelievably colourful places in the world (inspired by x)

(Source: iheart-stonefield)

etherealvistas:

Camping under the Stars (Australia) by john white photos || Website

de-preciated:

The Toutle River: Mt St Helens' pyroclastic debris drain (by GeorgeOfTheGorge) 

As Mt Adams glows on the horizon in the last light of day, the Toutle River in Washington flows from Mt St Helens towards the Cowlitz River and ultimately the Columbia River.
 
Pryoclastic mud flows from Mt St Helens' eruption in May 18, 1980 drained at speeds upto 90 miles per hour dumping debris into the Toutle River and ultimately pushing it 20 feet above flood stage.

de-preciated:

The Toutle River: Mt St Helens' pyroclastic debris drain (by GeorgeOfTheGorge)
As Mt Adams glows on the horizon in the last light of day, the Toutle River in Washington flows from Mt St Helens towards the Cowlitz River and ultimately the Columbia River.
 
Pryoclastic mud flows from Mt St Helens' eruption in May 18, 1980 drained at speeds upto 90 miles per hour dumping debris into the Toutle River and ultimately pushing it 20 feet above flood stage.