Landscapes are the great wonders of the Earth. No place is alike, and each visit is different. But alas the natural landscape is going extinct, soon it will all be asphalt and concrete jungles, and no more mountains. We are grateful of the hard work John Muir put in to creating awareness of the modern days and the landscape. We adore the photographs Ansel Adams created, that which gave way to the preservation of lands. But the human growth and greed will soon be too much for the land too handle.
Fluffy white clouds float across Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
A view of a mountain rolling into a lake, while clouds pass by.
A black and white film photograph of a waterfall in a gorge.
A desert view at dusk in Idaho.
A black and white film photograph of Bruneau Canyon in Idaho.
The Devil’s Canyon. A river flows between two states. On the right is Idaho, on the left is Oregon.
What remains of the New Hampshire landmark, Old Man of the Mountain.
An ocean view from Pemaquid Point in Maine.
Pine trees with a dusting of snow, cover a mountain in New Hampshire.
This rock is similar to the mountain peaks observed from Mount Washington, New Hampshire.
A photograph of clouds behind White Dome Geyser in Yellowstone National Park.
A black and white photograph of a hot thermal pool in Yellowstone National Park.
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