Top 1000 Water Pictures

Iridescence

I’ve had this saved as a wallpaper for a while and I’ve genuinely always (and still do, I think) believed it was just clouds. Even the big, softer white streak across the middle and middle-right.

Your dream home by the water

First I checked TinEye and google Image search for info. Nothing but Blog-Spam, nothing on the place. Then I checked the comments again and saw that abramsv posted, that it was supposed to be in Portofino, Italy. From there on it was a piece

Lake Bondhus, Norway

Here in Sweden it is a common thing to do. Move to Norway, get a job and try to have a cheap place to live. If you spend your money well then after 6-7 months you can leave and do almost whatever you want

Punch Bowl Falls, Oregon

Eagle creek is a very gorgeous hike altogether. Punchbowl is about 2 1/2 miles in, but if you want to put in the effort to go about 6-7 miles down, Tunnel falls is also worth it.

Climbing Wall for your Pool

Are you serious? that’s only like… 15 feet high (IF that). [edit] the wall looks high enough to only really be marketed to experienced, fit, and moderatly skilled climbers. Not little kids. If you notice the picture, that woman has forearms of STEEL. I

Moraine Lake – Banff National Park

Oh my goodness one of the best times of my life. I remember hiking for what seemed like forever and then finding the lake at the top of the mountain with such clear water. I can’t remember whether or not this trail had the

Great Barrier Reef

Katherine Harvey: Your boat sank? Captain Ron: No, no, no, no. Not my boat. My boss’s boat. Yeah, we hit this reef. Huge son-of-a-bitch. Ran the whole coast. Katherine Harvey: Wait. The Great Barrier Reef? Captain Ron: You’ve heard of it, huh? Smart lady.

Sand Harbor. Lake Tahoe, NV

Agreed but having a house up there, and visiting several times a year makes it loose its appeal. I was just up there a few weeks ago during an electrical storm. Standing on the beach (private) at night with a crystal clear sky watching

Secluded lake near Banff, AB

Sorry, I can’t remember the name of it otherwise I would have provided it! If you are in the area I recommend driving to the small random lakes on a map and you’ll find some fascinating places like this 🙂

Fort Jefferson National Park, Key West, Florida

And yet it’s the first time some people have seen it. Earlier today I saw an opinion on reposts that I really liked (sorry can’t remember who). It said reposts are like movies on tv that you’ve seen before, sometimes you sit down and

infinity in the morning

i would love to live there. I would need an occassional snuggly snow day, but man, i would love living there. The sea here is cold, grey and full of car tyres, and we have pebbles and no sand.

Ice Stalactite or Brinicle, Antarctica

In case anyone forgot like I did (and needed to know before looking at the picture for some reason), stalactites stem from the top, while stalagmites stem from the bottom. I’m sure there’s a cute mnemonic to remember that, but it escapes me right
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