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"SPRING SHOWERS" Three Sisters Wilderness, Oregon by Marc Adamus. The Three Sisters Wilderness lies in the Cascade Range, within the Willamette and Deschutes National Forests.

The Best of Culture in Canada

The Best of Culture in Canada

Romantic honeymoon for those that enjoy nature n the outdoors - Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada

Rain forest in Oneonta George, Oregon, United States

Oneonta Gorge, Oregon (Rainforest Canyon) Heavy rains provide the misty atmosphere and waterfalls here in Oregon's Rain Forest canyon. Visit our Page -► ツ Wild Life With Amazing Nature ツ ◄- For

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Olympic National Park Pictures

Rainforest canyon, Oneonta Gorge, Oregon

Emerald Gorge, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon this is the most beautiful thing i've ever seen

DeSoto Falls, GA

DeSoto Falls, GA

Sunrise at DeSoto Falls - Redux by BamaWester misty sunrise at DeSoto State Park, Alabama

Mossbrea Falls

Mossbrae Falls, California - Mossbrae Falls is a waterfall flowing into the Sacramento River, in the Shasta Cascade area in Dunsmuir, California. The falls are located just south of the lower portion of Shasta Springs.

I know since many waterfalls have places behind them, I am going to find one and hide there after I run away from the cornucopia. In hoping to find a dry place. Maybe a cave. Then I am going to hang leaves or something over it. Since I have time to spare, and am covered by the water fall, I grab my sword and go find dry twigs to practice making a fire(I know it's not one of my skills, so can I make fire? Just it takes forever?)

shifen-waterfall --- Shifen Waterfall is the one of the most famous waterfalls of Taiwan. Although not very tall, this is a wide and powerful waterfall and has been named as little Niagara. It forms a unique horseshoe shape.


The Best Waterfalls Nearest Portland, Oregon

Proxy Falls -- Photo and caption by Ryan Hellard. The pure glacial waters of Oregon's Proxy Falls flows over the moss covered columnar basalt. From Nat'l Geographic 2010 photography contest.