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The Continental Divide above Logan Pass. This is truly one of the most amazing spots in the United States, where the waters traveling different directions come together at the Continental Divide, Glacier National Park, Montana. Places Around The World, The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Around The Worlds, Parque Natural, Continental Divide, Les Cascades, Photos Voyages, All Nature

Divided Combination, Continental Divide, Glacier National Park, Montana

Numerous small creeks actually combine in this dramatic seasonal waterfall near the Continental Divide above Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana. This location is commonly referred to as "Double Falls" or "Triple Falls" due to famous photographs of just a portion of this creek. Several mountain peaks, including Mount Gould and Mount Siyeh, are visible in the background. Prints are available at www.livingwilderness.com.

Lake McDonald Glacier National Park Image Jason Savage About the ArtistJa. - Lake McDonald Glacier National Park Image Jason Savage About the ArtistJa… – Lake McDona - Pebble Shore Lake, Pebble Beach, Lake Shore, Beach Rocks, Glacier National Park Montana, Glacier Park, Glacier Point, Jolie Photo, Parcs

Bucket List ALERT!!! MUST go to Pebble Shore Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana.

Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe is a Forest in Incline Village. Plan your road trip to Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe in NV with Roadtrippers. Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds, Travel Stuff, State Parks, Lago Tahoe, All Nature

Breathless - Sand Harbor State Park, Lake Tahoe

My Portfolio and Photography Services Press L to view large - it looks so much better on black Lake Tahoe has many beautiful places along its shores, but for me Sand Harbor is at the top of the list. The way the white granite boulders merge with the beautifully clear, turquoise water is simply incredible. On this night I was shooting a sunset that started off without a bang. In fact it was so boring I began to pack up my gear to leave. But as I turned around to head back to the…

The Stone House Forest Park Portland Oregon photo. Stone House (aka Witches Castle) in the towering pine trees in Forest Park, near downtown Portland, Oregon. Covered in green lichen, moss, and ferns. An abandoned structure from the Forest Park Portland, Downtown Portland Oregon, Oregon Forest, Seattle, Portland Beach, Portland Hikes, Oregon Nature, Portland Garden, Oregon Garden

Portland Oregon Photo Print/Stone House Forest Park/Portland | Etsy

The Stone House Stone House (aka Witches Castle) in the towering pine trees in Forest Park, near downtown Portland Oregon. Covered in green lichen, moss, and ferns. An abandoned structure from the early-1900s. SIZES • 8x12 up to 40x60 [Select from ‘Print Size’ menu then Add to Cart] PRINTS •

This is Yellowstone National Park in Lower Falls Wyoming. I have never been to Yellowstone National Park and this is already on the Bucket List. Simply beautiful and perfect for hiking/backpacking. Beautiful Waterfalls, Beautiful Landscapes, Yellowstone National Park, National Parks, Places To Travel, Places To See, Parcs, Adventure Is Out There, Places Around The World

Oil Painting. By Ian Layzell

Yellowstone National Park. The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Home to the Upper and Lower Falls. Plunging 500ft (152 metres) are a pair of Waterfalls, Upper and Lower falls. This Yellowstone River has carved a 20 mile (32km) long canyon into the mineral rich orange and yellow rhyolite rock. Our first sight of the Waterfalls was the Upperfall. Truly amazing but we were in for a real treat next. We made our way along Grand Loop road to Artists Point which offered magnificient views of…

Grand Prismatic Spring- Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming I wanted visit this park so bad! Yellowstone Nationalpark, Yellowstone Park, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, All Nature, Hot Springs, Wyoming, Vacation Spots

Grand Prismatic Spring

Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park. It is 250 by 300 feet across and 160 feet deep. Note the people on the boardwalk for scale. This is the largest hot spring in Yellowstone and third largest in the world. The discharge is about 560 gallons of water per minute. The color is from thermophilic bacteria that live in the different temperature gradients. Swimming is not allowed because it would result in almost certain death. The water is between 160-188°F which is near…

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