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Siskiyou, CaliforniaSiskiyouCaliforniaA little after sunrise on the way up the north side of Mt Shasta. July is a great time to climb this mountain but look out for crevasses!Multnomah Falls Lodge Restaurant, Multnomah County, OregonMultnomah Falls Lodge RestaurantMultnomah County, OregonPretty amazing waterfall outside of Portland Oregon. It is a must see and a great place to practice your photography skills.Havasu Falls, Coconino County, ArizonaHavasu FallsCoconino County, ArizonaI’m sure you’ve seen the amazing pictures of turquoise waterfalls in the Grand Canyon and thought it may have been photoshopped. But I can assure...Sunset Point, Bryce, UtahSunset PointBryce, UtahOne of several viewpoints in the national park, Sunset Point offers vistas of some of the most famous and breathtaking of Bryce Canyon's hoodoos....Santa Cruz Island, Santa Barbara County, CaliforniaSanta Cruz IslandSanta Barbara County, CaliforniaDevil's Point overlooking the Pacific Ocean.The Narrows, Washington County, UtahThe NarrowsWashington County, UtahThis is one if the most beautiful hikes in the world. The further in you get the narrower the canyons and the more spectacular it becomes. June has...Half Dome, Mariposa County, CaliforniaHalf DomeMariposa County, CaliforniaDrum roll please.....the almighty cables! The best way to make it up these babies is to bring your own pair of gardening gloves or any kind of...Tuolumne Meadows, CaliforniaTuolumne MeadowsCaliforniaThis spot is on the hike up to Half DomeBryce Canyon National Park, Garfield County, UtahBryce Canyon National ParkGarfield County, UtahSplendid view of the 'hoodoos' in Bryce Canyon. I love these magnificent rock structures and the multicolored soil composition. Thirty to 40...Bryce Canyon National Park - Utah, Bryce, UtahBryce Canyon National Park - UtahBryce, Utah#Troveon This natural bridge is at Bryce Canyon National Park. This rock formation occurs as a result of seasonal freezing and melting of ice.Alabama Hills Recreation Area, Inyo County, CaliforniaAlabama Hills Recreation AreaInyo County, CaliforniaAlabama Hills #arch #MtWhitney
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