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Colchuck Lake (and dragontail peak) Near Enchantment Lakes, Leavenworth, WA. This looks like a perfect place to spend a summer day or weekend

Maine: Watch the sunrise on Cadillac Mountain. Most of the year, this is the first place the sun comes up in the whole United States. It's also the most famous hike in beautiful Acadia National Park.

The One Thing You MUST Do In Each U.S. State

Maine: Watch the sunrise on Cadillac Mountain. This is the first place the sun comes up in the United States. It's also the most famous hike in beautiful Acadia National Park.

"Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth." Buddha

"Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth." Buddha

❥ fall colors. autumn leaves.

Acer shirasawanum ‘Aureum’ known as ‘The Full Moon Maple’ has brilliant orange, yellow, and red fall colors. from the graceful gardener

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Reflections and rich fall colors line the banks of a quiet river in Satka, Russia. Photograph by Mikhail Trakhtenberg, National Geographic Your Shot

a visual phenomenon

Tree of Orange, Sterling, Massachusetts. There is nothing so beautiful as Mass. in the autumn. I would go see these trees every year that we lived there.

☮ American Hippie ☮ Morning View - Split Point Lighthouse, Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia

The Morning View by Paul Emmings Split Point Lighthouse,Great Ocean Road, Australia. I loved driving the Great Ocean Road.

Winter Blue, Winter Snow, Winter Beauty, Winter Scenes, Winter Wonderland, Awesome, Photography, Fotografie, Fotografia

on an island alone

Photography from Sunset Island, Lake Superior, Canada - The largest of the Great Lakes of North America

Maine's 5,500 miles of coastline is rich in places to hunt for colorful sea glass. After years of erosion from tumbling tides, sea glass pieces -- dumped or washed into the ocean from various ...

Sea Glass Beaches in Maine

Maine& miles of coastline is rich in places to hunt for colorful sea glass. After years of erosion from tumbling tides, sea glass pieces -- dumped or washed into the ocean from various .

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Conifer forest, probably several species of small animals, small stream for fish. Is this near the Wind River Mountain range?

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