A raging sea dwarfs Seaham Lighthouse in County Durham in England, with 100ft waves after a cold front moved down from the north bringing freezing temperatures to the North of England. Photo by Owen Humphreys, PA. Feb. 6, 2013.
Digitally stitched photo of the Matterhorn and the Lauterbrunnen / Wengen valley by Dominic Kamp, 2013
Time-out at the Tannerhof Hotel in Bayrischzell, Germany.
Photo taken using an Apple iPhone 4 by Sabine Butterblume
The fire observer’s cabin along Wakely Mountain summit, located in one of the more remote sections of the central Adirondack Mountains, New York State.
Photo by Martin, photoMakak
A canyoneer between the narrow walls of Claustral Canyon, Australia. Photo by Carsten Peter.
Ball’s Pyramid, an erosional remnant of a shield volcano and caldera that formed about 7 million years ago. Ball’s Pyramid is 20 km. southeast of Lord Howe Island at Australia in the Pacific Ocean.
Photo by Hatty Gottschalk
The Stone Circle at Avebury, Wiltshire.
Photo by Philip Selby, 2012
Photo of Lake Bled at dawn, Slovenia by Marko Trebusak/Alamy.
A glacial lake in the Julian Alps in northwestern Slovenia and features a small island in the middle which is home to the Assumption of Mary Pilgrimage Church.
Cascade Creek Falls, Coast Mountains near Mission.
Capture by Drew Brayshaw
The mountains of Mallorca covered in snow. Photo by Andres Nieto Porras.
The building seen on top of Puig Major is a military radar tower, built and installed by the Americans in 1958. There are doubts about the nature of military installations and whether the responsibility lies with the Spanish or American army. Presumably Spanish military use.
The Grotto of Time Lost by Michal Karcz, Karezoid.
Tatra Mountains in Poland, sept 2012