Beautiful Earth thread



200 year old wisteria in Japan


I just left a 25 or 30 year old Wisteria behind, it was just a “Shrubbery”


Did you say “a shrubbery”? My name is Roger, the Shrubber! I design, arrange and sell shrubberies!


Oh my goodness, how fortuitous!


Such hard times are these when grown men can say “Ni” to an old woman.



Photogs note

Having perspective is a wonderful thing…

This is a waterfall that is off trail and can be sketchy to get to. If you’d like to go here, do your research like I did. I’m not going to divulge ANY details. Getting here isn’t for everyone and its a fragile area.

Joshua Johnston Photography

Somewhere in Washington State @Borommakot do you know these falls?

Photo srch found more stuff.

Perspective (Joshua Johnston Photography) by Joshua Johnston Photography (flickr) Tags: giffordpinchotnationalforest washington pacificnorthwest pnw joshuajohnston sonya7iii sonyfe85mmf18 longexposure waterfall water nature landscapephotography Share on: Facebook Twitter Tumblr Email
Gifford Pinchot Nat Forest


A couple hours ago on Cape Cod.


Sparks Lake.


Alsea River

There’s a video of this Bear, taken from the photographers Boat, but it’s a closed FB group, so I don’t think any of y’all can see the vid.

Unless one of youse knows how to “hack” fb videos


On the Playa



Morning on the Siuslaw




After Multnomah Falls up in the Gorge, this is probably the 2nd most photographed view in Oregon.

Mt. Hood From Lake Trillium


Extremely rare atmospheric phenomenon called rainbow bridge or circumhorizontal arc: when the sun is at least 58º above horizon and ice crystals in clouds form rainbows

Learn more:
(No Rick Astley material was used in making this link)


Atop Cape Perpetua, on the Central Orygun Coast.

Kick ass view up and down the coast.

Yoinked from the facebooks.

And just below it is Thors Well, this pic is from my personal collection.



Illilouette Fall by Patrick Prager, May 2018

Happy #TravelTuesday, #Yosemite lovers! Have you seen this breathtaking view from the Panorama Trail?⁣⁣