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Aug

fromgrapevine:

12 of the world’s most awe-inspiring canyons and craters
These geological formations will take your breath away.

05

Jul

fromgrapevine:

8 breathtaking gardens to add to your bucket list
Explore these beautiful gardens from around the world.

04

Feb

Early morning haze envelops Myanmar’s ancient pagodasA hazy sunrise settles across the land as cattle graze in a field on Feb. 3 near the ancient pagodas of Bagan, Myanmar.

Early morning haze envelops Myanmar’s ancient pagodas
A hazy sunrise settles across the land as cattle graze in a field on Feb. 3 near the ancient pagodas of Bagan, Myanmar.

17

Jan

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Oct

17

Oct

Photos of the day: Tiny island offers tremendous sights
Photographer illustrates the stunning range of colors and textures found along the shores of Anglesey, Wales.

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09

Oct

All about windmills: 17 breezy landscape photos
Whether they’re towering over vibrant Dutch flower fields or Californian slopes, windmills are one of mankind’s oldest (and loveliest) energy machines. Don’t miss this amazing collection of windmill photos.

08

Oct

Juvet Landscape Hotel: The name says it all
It’s like sleeping outside, just much more comfortable.

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14

Jul

8 romantic garden and landscape walkwaysAdd interest and intrigue to your surroundings with a walkway that begs to be explored.

8 romantic garden and landscape walkways
Add interest and intrigue to your surroundings with a walkway that begs to be explored.

15

Jun

Photo of the day: Misty wetlands greeted by sunriseFog lingers over a pond as the sun rises over the Seney National Wildlife Refuge in Schoolcraft County, Michigan. Established in 1935 as a product of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the 95,212-acre refuge boasts 211 different species of bird, including ducks, eagles, osprey, cranes, loons and swans. In addition to its large avian population, it is called home by river otters, moose, gray wolves, beavers and black bears.

Photo of the day: Misty wetlands greeted by sunrise
Fog lingers over a pond as the sun rises over the Seney National Wildlife Refuge in Schoolcraft County, Michigan. Established in 1935 as a product of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the 95,212-acre refuge boasts 211 different species of bird, including ducks, eagles, osprey, cranes, loons and swans. In addition to its large avian population, it is called home by river otters, moose, gray wolves, beavers and black bears.