Mt.Fuji in 4 Seasons by shinichiro* on Flickr.

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In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

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'Tuko Pamoja' - Masai Mara, Kenya
submitted by: Single Step Photography, thanks!
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Enjoying nature at Eden Nature Park, Davao, Philippines
submitted by: annadira,  thanks!

Slovenia | Martin Elekanic

Warm sunrise || Leonid Tit

Cheyenne River Valley by Bonny Fleming


   Foliage of Sussex: a red tree in Arundel, cottage gardens at East Dean, trellis in Amberley Castle courtyard (my photos)

   Sorry sorry my computer has not been working I will do better in July. I do not blame you if you do not believe this, since generally I am just being lazy, but it is actually true.


Blyde River Canyon, South Africa | Leon Jacob

Normandy, France (by pierre m)  

Menchum Falls, Cameroon [4/32 World Cup Countries]
Qingyuan, China | by Melinda
The Avenue of Giants
Shively, California, USA | by Andrew Wagner
A natural underwater path
Eynort, Scotland  | by Paul and Mhairi Carroll
"White Thunder of Sitaantaagu" (2014)
by Felisa Tan
Location: Mendenhall Glacier (Originally “Sitaantaagu” - meaning: “The Glacier Behind the Town” in Tlingit), Juneau Icefield, Alaska
_______________________________________10,000 YEARS IN THE MAKING, Mendenhall Glacier, a scenic grandeur, along with the other glaciers of Alaska are ones of the last traces of American wilderness and the Ice Age. There was something compelling about the distant rumble, that roared just before it calved and blocks of icebergs crashed into the inland sea. The anticipation, the uncertainty - so mysterious, so majestic. A distinct symphony of creaks and growls - the white thunder, the Tlingits call it.
Opaque  by  andbamnan