Proxy Falls, Oregon. Another captivating photo by Ryan Engstrom!
Also, mosses are like the pandas of nature. They look cute and fluffy, but when you actually touch them, its like they just try to erase you from existence. Cuz you know pandas are basically bears. I think they weigh like a million tons or something (don’t quote me on that :P). They sneeze and wala I have no knees anymore. Mosses go like “hello there curious fellow, cmon step on me, I’m not slippery at all.” And then boom next thing you know you sound like the lady in the grape stomping contest Xo. Basically, be careful around mosses :P. And pandas.
Lake Mono, California. Marc Adamus with another epic photo. The photo gives of a surreal somewhat mysterious vibe as you look at the beautiful scenery of the Milky Way with a seemingly whirlpool-like phenomena occurring underneath. Shots like this I’m assuming, was done with relatively long exposure to create nice smokey looks in the water. Since rocks and the universe don’t really move (relatively speaking :P) they stay crystal sharp. It’s also pretty cool how there is light emanating from the horizon as a result of the sun’s rays getting reflected from the other side of the world.
Wow views like this I want just float in the ocean and pretend like I’m a jellyfish.
Not the angry type that melts your arm off when you touch like one hair on its tentacle then flips you off then doesn’t attend your birthday parties, doesn’t even cuddle after doing “it”, on your funeral he’s the one guy that talks bad about you. Total asshole. Anyways I don’t want to be that kind of a jellyfish. I want to be the type that goes like “ahhh look at me I have no bones weeee. I don’t mind if you catch and cook me cuz I’m rich in vitamin ceeeee.” I don’t know about the cooking part, but basically, amazing views like these bring out the friendly jellyfish in you :D
Eagle Glazier, Alaska. Best triathlon idea ever. The participants would swim up the river, sprint through the forest dodging potentially jeopardizing obstacles like trees, elk, humming birds, Sarah Palin and manbearpigs. They would then have to kayak through the lake. They then face a treacherous trek across the dormant glacier.
As if that’s already hard enough, they would have to climb all the way to mountain top. When they reach their destination, they need to stand at the highest point, eat a spoonful of cinnamon and sing “Colors of the Wind." The winner gets a 10 year supply of cinnamon toast crunch :o