Beautiful Earth thread


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Clouded Leopard


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The Astor Column


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The Natural Bridge


#287

^^^ This just now came up on my rotating desktop changer, from my Bryce trip a few years ago. The bushes are even the same size! It’s a sign!

Of what I dunno lol


#288

You probably have the same selfie my cuz took just before or after, however your selfie wouldn’t be of my cuz and his spousal unit.


#289

Well the angle is a bit different on mine

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#290

Not too different, looks like you may have been closer. Maybe


#291

Here’s one from the Queen’s Garden trail, it was late afternoon and the sunset was hitting the whiter tops of the hoodoos just right and making them appear to be glowing, it was actually quite breathtaking. Go big or GFY.

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#292

Moonlight 10 second exposure. Mrs. Cousin said they could kinda see the Milky Way with bare eyes.


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#294

That is REAL nice.

Here’s a day shot:

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#295

Those cliffs remind me of where ever the heck it is, those cliffside villages people lived in.


#296

Hoodoo, hoodoo you think yer foolin’?


#297

something like this, reminds me of the Bryce Hoodoos.

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#298

Mesa Verde, is what I’m thinking. There was a fire there in the early 2000’s, some cliff dwellings were lost and some previously undiscovered ones were revealed.

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#299

That tiny figure under Delicate Arch is mrsWabbit, taken by her big sis. She pretty much had to force herself to crawl back otherwise she woulda been stuck there unable to move from teh fraids. It’s steeper than it looks, especially if you already have trouble with tallness.

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