The 21 Most Beautiful Photos Of Unreal Jacob’s Well

By on Jan 7, 2014 in Nature Images | 0 comments

This Saturday reached a new high for the summer season, a reported 105 degrees in the Texas Hill Country, and as high as 122 in Arizona. That’s hot! So my friends and I planned a day-outing to a mysterious spring fed well that we heard boasted as a wonderful swimmin’ hole. Jacob’s Well lived up to its reputation. It’s an incredible place to escape the sun, with gorgeous clear-green water at a refreshing 68 degrees (similar to Barton Springs) and a number of large rocks nearby to propel yourself off of and into the seeming abyss below.Located just inside the suburban area Wimberley, Texas, Jacob’s Well has a longstanding history of providing the area with water fed from the Trinity Aquifer, a smaller and less sustainable source than the nearby Edward’s Aquifer. A natural boon to the Hays County, locals will tell anyone who cares to listen about how the well used to surge fresh water...

The 32 Reasons California Is The Most Beautiful State In The Country

By on Jul 25, 2013 in Nature Photography | 0 comments

California had some really amazing places in nature where you can feel something really magnificent when you see that places in real. These 32 nature places in California is the most beautiful in whole Country. 1. Pfeiffer Beach 2. Natural arches in Santa Cruz 3.  The lava tube caves under Tulelake, California? 4. Big Sur Cliffs 5. The Avenue of The Giants in Northern California 6. Sequoia National Park 7. Joshua Tree National Park 8.  Half Dome in Yosemite National Park 9. The residents of Bishop 10. McWay Falls 11. Vernal Falls 12. Monterey Beach 13. Mendocino Coast 14. Yosemite Falls 15. Big Basin Redwood State Park 16. Humboldt Redwoods State Park 17. Pomponio Beach 18. The highway views at California One California One outside Big Sur 19. Emerald Bay 20. Outside the Yosemite valley 21. Muir Wood 22. Taft Point in Yosemite 23. Napa Valley 24. Glacier Point 25. Cathedral Peak 26....

The 21 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places And Modern Ruins

By on Jul 9, 2013 in Nature Photography | 0 comments

The world si really big and people can see many abandoned places in these days. There is something nice in these abandoned places what make people to watch thme more and more. Here are the 21 most beautiful abandoned moder ruins in the world. 1. Abandoned Submarine Base, Ukraine 2. The Ruins of Detroit by Marchand and Meffre 3. Beelitz Military Hospital, Berlin 4. City Hall Subway Station, NYC 5. Ryugyung Hotel, Pyongyang, North Korea 6. Pripyat, Ukraine – Chernobyl Ground Zero 7. Abandoned Beach Resort City, Varosha, Cyprus 8. Abandoned Water Park, Russia 9. Abandoned Cathedral, Gary, Indiana 10. Abandoned British Sea Forts 11. Michigan Central Station, Detroit 12.Piraeus Tower, Greece 13. Henninger Tower, Frankfurt, Germany 14. Sterick Building, Memphis, Tennessee 15. Book Tower, Detroit, Michigan 16. Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells, Texas 17. Ostankino Tower, Moscow 18. PacBell Building,...

The 22 Absolutely Essential Diagrams You Need For Camping

By on Jun 18, 2013 in Nature HD | 0 comments

If you want to know everything about camping, which is somethnig that you must know if you want to go on that road. Here are the diagrans which will help you to have some amazing camping in nature. If you can’t remeber all of them, than you copy all of them, and put it in your bag, because maybe you will need them. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21....

The 20 Places To Go Camping Once In Your Life

By on Jun 12, 2013 in Nature HD | 0 comments

The best way to experience a new place is to sleep outside under the stars. When you expirience that, and when you see how camping is amazing, you will want to do that again soon as posible. These are the 20 amazing nature places where you can camping and enjoy. 1. Arches National Park, Utah 2. Miyajima, Japan 3. Sahale Glacier Camp, Washington 4. Campervanning in New Zealand 5. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan 6. Joshua Tree 7. Minchin Cove in Newfoundland 8. Big Sur 9. Cordillera Huayhuash, Peru 10. Eco-Camping in Patagonia, Chile   11. Catalina Island off the Coast of California 12. Lake Myvatn, Iceland 13. The Adirondacks, New York 14. Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada 15. The Fjords, Norway 16. San Juan Islands in Washington 17. Teepee Camping in Idaho 18. Sardinia, Italy 19. Glacier National Park in Montana 20. Tree Camping in Waldseilgarten,...

Tosua Pool, Samoa

By on Jun 6, 2013 in Nature Images | 0 comments

Samoa is one of the great undiscovered jewels of the Pacific. Friendly people, stable government, relatively cheap and free of tourists, most people speak English, and plenty of splendid beaches. There may not be as many ‘touristy’ things to do, but if all you’re after is lounging about in a South Pacific idyll for a while, then I would definitely suggest considering Samoa.

The 19 Most Beautiful Nature Places In The World

By on May 23, 2013 in Nature Photography | 0 comments

It is very difficult to know which are the most beautiful nature places in the world, because many of us loves something else, and maybe something different. These are the 10 most beautiful nature places collected from the internet, and you decide that are these places really most beautiful in the world. 1. Mt. Everest, Bordering Tibet and Nepal 2. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada 3. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska, United States 4. Sentani Lake, Indonesia 5. Killarney, Ireland 6. Skardu Valley – Pakistan 7. Shangrila – Pakistan 8. Lake Saiful Muluk – Pakistan 9. The Grand Canyon, United States 10. The Great Barrier Reef, Australia 11. Cape Town, South Africa 12. Taj Mahal, India 13. Canadian Rockies, Canada 14. Machu Picchu, Peru 15. The Pyramids, Egypt 16. Petra, Jordan 17. The Iguazu Waterfalls, Argentina-Brazil Border 18. Great Wall of China, China 19. Shangrila Resort,...

The Ruins of Villa Epecuen

By on May 14, 2013 in Nature Photography | 0 comments

Back in the 1920s, a tourist village was established along the shore of Lago Epecuen, a salt lake some 600 kilometers southwest of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The resort town, named Villa Epucuen, soon had a railroad station, and it thrived for several decades, peaking in the 1970s with a population of more than 5,000. Around the same time, a long-term weather event was delivering far more rain than usual to the surrounding hills for years, and Lago Epecuen began to swell. In 1985, the salty waters broke through an earthen dam, and Villa Epecuen was doomed. A slow-growing flood consumed the town until it reached a depth of 10 meters (33 feet) in 1993. The wet weather later reversed, and the waters began to recede in...