That could be very scary! Just winding up a national parks tour. Zion and Bryce were my favorites- Bryce is so other-worldly.
Couple weeks ago we got stuck in a huge hail and thunderstorm out on this trail!
Holy crap I was in black rock yesterday. I've never seen it look that damn good. Great shot.
Excellent photo. It almost looks like there could be a storm on the left side in the distance.
Wow, everything is beautiful there.
Jurassic Park was shot in Kauai, Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean not Cuba in the Atlantic
It was shot in Hawaii, but still looks like it!
I've been here. Beautiful place
No, it's a theme park. I just googled to see if anything had been shot outside Hawaii.
this is the best pic I've seen of the mountain's mountain
Also, watch out for the White Walkers.
You could flip it upside down and say it was during the eclipse ;)
Such an absolutely gorgeous area. Plus the shot was taken before the crowds. I was there with my wife in July and I remember passing behind the bigger falls and just being memorized by the sound and the sheer amount of water falling. Then I decided to "shower" underneath the smaller falls. It was tremendously cold and invigorating. What isn't seen in this pic is the 2 or 3 other falls within about 75 yards, including a breathtaking set of falls tucked away in a cave. Fucking tremendous!
Yes the it is magnificent! The whole coast area in the south east of Iceland is just remarkable.
Makes me want to watch Avatar!
Elbows are still sore
No one ever means that one.
The last airbender, or the Legend of Korra?
Sparks Lake, Oregon, looking towards Mount South Sister (left) and Broken Top Mountain (right). This is a stack of six exposures: One at iso=64 about an hour after sunset for the foreground, and 5 more at about two hours after sunset at iso=6400 for the sky. Aligned and blended in software called "Starry Sky Stacker".
no because i live in oregon too and have nothing to offer that hasnt already been posted here a million times like yours
What a cool photo!
I don't care what post processing was done (if any), this is a gorgeous photo. So many blues!
As the title says, this is Latourell Falls and not Multnomah Falls. Latourell is a few kilometres to the west of Multnomah and much less crowded
Nice low exposure! (is my term right?)
Fun fact, the bright patch of lichen is not really natural, it grew there after an early owner of Latourell Falls (before it was gifted to the state) tried to power wash the cliffs to make them prettier.
For now, thanks m_wong.
I've been there once, I can't even begin to describe how beautiful it was. It felt like home.
I'm going tomorrow for a week, can't wait for it Any less known places you recommend?
Quite nice. But no trees?
Looks like Glencoe to me - more famous for its mountains than trees
This is Dream Lake in Rocky Mountain national Park. That blocky, rock outcropping you see on the left is Hallett Peak, topping off at 12,713'.
Rocky Mountain State Park
Thanks to all for the information and corrections. As this is my first post on Reddit, I was unaware that I could not edit the title after posting.
Rocky Mountain National Park