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Red Rock Point, MontanaRed Rock PointMontanaThe only thing I can say is this is why I want to travel, to see and find places like this. This is why we travel.Ōyamazumi Shrine, Imabari, JapanŌyamazumi ShrineImabari, JapanThis large camphor tree is located inside the grounds of Oyamazumi Shrine. It's said to be over 2,600 years old and has survived various natural...Talapus Lake Trailhead, King County, WashingtonTalapus Lake TrailheadKing County, WashingtonA great short hike to Talapus Lake! the trail is beautiful with lots of green surrounding you. I recommend arriving early (10am) as the parking lot...Bigăr, RomaniaBigărRomaniaBigar waterfall in Romania is definitely a hidden gem. It's quite small and perhaps not as impressive as some of the larger waterfalls but its...Shiratani Unsuikyo Ravine, Kumage District, JapanShiratani Unsuikyo RavineKumage District, JapanShiratani Unsuikyo Ravine (白谷雲水峡) is a lush forest, full of moss covered rocks and trees. Some places have a clear path, others a pink ribbon is...Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Hood River, OregonColumbia River Gorge National Scenic AreaHood River, OregonThe Moss covered Oneonta Gorge.白糸の滝, Aso District, Japan白糸の滝Aso District, Japanなかなかよし!Chalahn Falls, Queensland, AustraliaChalahn FallsQueensland, AustraliaChalahn Falls is known as being one of the most beautiful in Lamington National Park, and I have to say that I agree! I'd been to O'Reilly's...Mount Aspiring National Park, Mt Aspiring National Park, New ZealandMount Aspiring National ParkMt Aspiring National Park, New ZealandAbout an hour and a half from Queenstowns hustle and bustle you can escape to the solitude of nothing but the sound of trees swaying in the breeze...Märkische Schweiz, Buckow, GermanyMärkische SchweizBuckow, Germanyold treeRed Rock Point, MontanaRed Rock PointMontanaAvalanche gorge is one of the most beautiful waterfalls I've ever see . It falls about 30 feet below the edge of the rock around, the water a...Upper McCord Creek Falls, Multnomah County, OregonUpper McCord Creek FallsMultnomah County, OregonSmall hike, great reward!Whatcom Falls Park, Bellingham, WashingtonWhatcom Falls ParkBellingham, WashingtonWhatcom Falls park in Bellingham, Washington. A nice place to explore with a moss and fern covered stone bridge.Dazaifu, JapanDazaifuJapanView of the rear zen garden at Komyozenji (光明禅師), a Buddhist temple in Dazaifu. Founded in the Kamakura period (1100s) it's beauty has been...Little Si Trailhead, King County, WashingtonLittle Si TrailheadKing County, WashingtonNice 4 mile rt hike through tall glades, culminating in a great view. Kids loved it.Las Pozas, San Luis Potosi, MexicoLas PozasSan Luis Potosi, MexicoA couple of friends playing by one of the pozas of the Edward James castle, in Xilitla, San Luis Potosí.Saiho-ji, Kyoto, JapanSaiho-jiKyoto, JapanThe most beautiful Japanese garden to visit? Maybe its Kokedera, otherwise known as the moss temple. Entrance is only granted through written...Kaiserslautern, GermanyKaiserslauternGermanyAt the Japanese Garden in KaiserslauternAdams Waterfall, Luzerne County, PennsylvaniaAdams WaterfallLuzerne County, PennsylvaniaView down a fallen treeOtagi Nenbutsu-ji, Kyoto, JapanOtagi Nenbutsu-jiKyoto, JapanI first read about Otagi Nenbutsu-ji on the in-flight magazine flying to Japan. It's not a huge tourist site and I was so excited to discover a...
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