Looks like a spot to raise a fist and call upon the Gods.
Beautiful shot! What's it like there? Is it crowded or pretty sparse? Really want to see it myself soon.
Hey, thank you so much! It was actually very un-crowded, I thought it would be much busier. It is basically a ski resort that runs the trams in the summer too, so there are some tourists (like me). I think over the next few years it has the potential of getting much busier though, but today it was great!
This is a beautiful depiction of plate tectonics
I have not been to Yosemite, but for my money Glacier and Zion are the most stunning National Parks in the US.
Lol at 1080x1080, that isn't how resolutions work!
I have been to Yosemite and I definitely like Glacier more. Zion is on the list of parks I really want to see.
Love Fort Collins. CSU has an absolutely beautiful campus.
I love seeing my home on Earthporn
Fort Collins is AMAZING. A billion breweries (New Belgium, O'Dell, Funkwerks),most bike trails per capita in the nation, "hella-weed" as descibed by the person earlier, and Horsetooth Resevoir with all it's hiking and beauty. Consistently Top 10 ranked in places in the nation to live. You'll love it.
I got into their Visiting International Program for the next academic year, it'll be my first time in the States ever. Really excited about the landscape!
Those are some rad cliffs
Yer a geological structure Harry.
I was living in London for a semester in college back in 2007. I got tired of being in the city and decided to take a train to the countryside. After getting off the train in Bournemouth and taking a couple busses, I ended up in this little coastal village called Swanage. From there, I saw a hill at the far end of the beach with a trail going up it and thought it looked interesting. Lucky me when I just stumbled upon Old Harry Rocks. Had no intent of ending up there, but that's where I ended up. That was a good day.
If this was a game, you could ski down the slope and do a sweet flip off the ridge into the lake.
Every time I see a picture like this, it further confirms my belief that Switzerland's not real.
This is a terrific photo. Great work.
Thank you! I took it in Jan '16.
You can ski down Rothorn, altough not exactly at that shot. And it's quite challenging, last I heard they can't even prepare all the slopes due to them being too steep (no clue if that's true, it's been too long since I was there).
Last time I was there I was like 8 or something and my mother rolled down around 20 meters down a black slope.
Why would the sun rise over the sea on Western Australia's coast?
I'm so fucking sick and tired of the photoshop
Gimme something natural like 'scapes with some stretch marks.
You can shoot the sunrise from Dunsborough to Bunker Bay WA. Shot it many times. Only place I know where its possible.
Would look so much better without the photoshop.
Dang dude dat's dynamite.
Good to see Dorset getting some love at last
It deserves it. Such a beautiful area of England. Maybe one of the best
Hey PNW native here, and I am glad you are enjoying our wonderful nature!
Gotta respect the rules, most are there for a reason ✌️
The Enchantments are so magical!
I colchucked earlier. Awkward.
What's cool about Utah is this is like 30 min from civilization.
What's equally cool is hiking on Sunday morning in Salt Lake and Utah counties means you have most trails to yourself!
How recent is this picture? Headed up there in next few days. Need more than spikes to get to the lake?
I strongly disagree with you and nope.
This looks like a painting. It's ethereal.
Did you cut off the tops of some of the trees right in the middle to make more room for the sky?
Glad you like it :) Sadly, no. I combined the foreground photo of the trees/water/rock with an image of the milk way I captured elsewhere. If you were in the same spot as me at night with a new moon, you would be able to slightly see some of the dust lanes in the milky way, and you would also see many stars. The reason the milky way in this image is so vibrant is that it's a stack of 25s exposures :)
I'm glad you like it :D