The Grande Titons in Wyoming.
There's a reason why many of the world's top nature photographers live in Jackson.
Mt Saint Helens about 8 years ago. There wasn't much to look at. The lake was half filled with debri and there was very little vegetation. There was, however, life. In a small area that seemed to have no life had a single flower growing. It was purple and surrounded by smooth, grey stones. There was a shrub 10 feet from the path and me. Behind it a Bald Eagle stirred and took off in flight.
Ireland for natural beauty. There is an intangible something that exists beyond the sun light peeking from behind the clouds, the rolling hills and the thatched roofs.
Snorkeling in the Bahamas. It is unbelievable to see the world under water!
The Island of Capri In Naples Italy. Also the isle of Ibiza In spain.
Tough one as I lived in NZ Australia and Wales , Flying into Geneva was awesome , Rolling hills with green grass & the lambs by a creek, Verbier , welsh countryside
Ningaloo Reef in WA
Can't pick just one out of everything but Nature wins out everytime
Even took me ages to choose a photo!
Koh Phi Phi in Thailand but sadly that was before the tragic Tsunami. I believe it has recovered but unfortunately I've not been able to visit since so I can't say for sure
If you ask me tomorrow I may give you a different answer but right now the one that stands out in my mind is standing at the summit of the JA Volcano on the West Mesa on a sweltering June day, looking down upon wide open desert in one direction and the city of Albuquerque in the other...felt like being on top of the world. Of course if you are talking about peacefulness rather than grandeur, I'd have to say Jekyll Island...so tranquil.
So far I'd have to say Port Douglas which is in Far North Queensland, Australia. It's like a dream when the weather is nice. It's perfect
St. Petersburg Beach, FL. That place at a sunset around 6pm is beautiful.
Hmm that is a pretty difficult one to answer.
So far I would probably have to say the Bernese Alps in Switzerland.
But I also love Snowdonia, the Lake District and Peak District.
I am hoping to go to Canada soon, and probably visit Banff, which I hear is an awesome place and maybe one of the many mountainous areas around there will top my list.
Zion National Park in Utah, or the Black Hills in South Dakota.
Masai Mara - where i was able to observe the wonderful animals rooming around free in there beautiful home nature. Nice Safari Hotel/lounge, sleeping in a tent filled with fantasy and one own's servant.
South Africa, Ballito.....the best weather, no natural disasters and best of all it has community
Las Vegas, because of all the lights at night. It so beautiful, I like to look at Vegas at night. It could hold good memories.
The Great Ocean Road in Australia with a Campervan and a Surfboard
The most beautiful place I have ever been to is the Atlantic Drive in Achill Island, Co. Mayo, Ireland. It´s a breathtaking view!!!!!
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