i always reblog this
what a view
1☯☯% tropical ☯
this is perf
The Stone Mirror, Istanbul, Turkey
turkey when im older.
Smoky Day on Moor Brook, Dartmoor (by @MWolstenholme)
During the early 20th century residents of Fort Bragg, California chose to dispose of their waste by hurling it off the cliffs above a beach. No object was too toxic or too large as household appliances, automobiles, and all matter of trash were tossed into the crashing waves below, eventually earning it the name The Dumps. In 1967 the North Coast Water Quality Board closed the area completely and initiated a series of cleanups to slowly reverse decades of pollution and environmental damage. But there was one thing too costly (or perhaps impossible) to tackle: the millions of tiny glass shards churning in the surf. Over time the unrelenting ocean waves have, in a sense, cleansed the beach, turning the sand into a sparkling, multicolored bed of smooth glass stones now known as Glass Beach. The beach is now an unofficial tourist attraction and the California State Park System has gone so far as purchasing the property and incorporating it into surrounding MacKerricher State Park.
Submitted by b0h0-babe
mostar, bosnia and herzegovina by Kashklick
Jiancing Historic Trail, like many other trails in Taipingshan National Forest, was built along the old logging railway. The elevation of 2000m is the height at which clouds form and linger. Jiancing (見晴) actually means the wish for a clear day. For a photographer, however, there’s nothing better than hiking all day in the impenetrable white mist.
The Wish For A Clear Day by Journeywithlight
The Koroway (Korowai), from Indonesia’s easternmost region of Papua, who until the ’70s were unaware of the existence of any people besides themselves, have become the first tribe to be officially recognized as tree-dwellers. Their wooden homes are often as high as 164ft and are built at different heights depending on how well they get on with their fellow tribe members.