I don’t think it’s hyperbolic at all. I saw it and laughed. It’s out of proportion, it’s at the wrong angle, it’s got the wrong exposure and the white balance is different to the rest of the picture. Not to mention the lighting in
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Wow, looks like a scene from The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo or Hannibal. edit: damn you dyslexia
Glad that you liked this here. I tried to put this image on r/pics but didnt work. Tried in r/nyc but it is not getting upvotes. EDIT! Source of the image and article, sorry I didnt post it before. http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/0213-noreaster.html
This is incredible, looks like the next set for Wes Anderson. Found this > The article also mentions that Anderson studied the architecture of locales like the Grandhotel Pupp in Karlovy Vary, a picturesque spa town situated in western Bohemia, Czech Republic.
Silvretta Nova in Austria, [here](https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&gs_rn=1&gs_ri=serp&pq=grosjoch&cp=10&gs_id=3x&xhr=t&safe=off&biw=1680&bih=833&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&bvm=bv.1357316858,d.bGE&q=st+gallenkirch&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0x4784aa9c0deafd51:0xfcb515478f688f30,Sankt+Gallenkirch,+%C3%96sterreich&sa=X&ei=ttLtUI6NDKb_4QTMuYDACQ&sqi=2&ved=0CJ0BELYD)
Looks like it. I can’t see my flat in OPs picture, but I can see a lot of the buildings from the picture and the Arts Tower from my window. Also, you can just see the union at the bottom of the image, which
The scale here is so grandiose. Love how tiny the trees look in the valley compared to the huge peaks.
I test drove one a little while back. I still have wet dreams about it. It’s my achievable dream car.
Yes. >[The Great Wall at Jinshanling is one of the best preserved parts of the Great Wall with many original features. It got its name because it was built on the Greater and Lesser Jinshan (‘Gold Mountain’) Ranges.](http://www.chinahighlights.com/greatwall/section/jinshanling-greatwall.htm)
Jackson Hole is à ski resort near teton village and teton village is in the Wyoming. You can search by yourself, it’s in the Wyoming.
> Nothing is better than a dark winter evening, snow falling outside, and me sitting inside in the candlelight. Oh yeah. Same here man. My friends and family look at me weird when I tell them winter is my favorite season and I dislike
I posted it all those times. It’s because the first person to vote on it will downvote it, and to be honest, I find it inexplicable why they would do that. That first vote then buries the post, so whenever that happens, I resubmit.
Beautiful shot, it looks beautiful over there! Do you have a location for this shot, by any chance? My father once went on a business trip and took a photograph of a very similar wooded path, during early fall. Well, thanks for any additional
supposedly it’s only black in a certain part and the rest is just regular green
As someone who has been to England but doesn’t live there, It’s beautiful every time I go. So it feels like this looks to *me.* Also, I’m listening to ‘Sara’ by fleetwood mac right now, somehow fitting
I can imagine Swan Lake taking place in that photo. Beautiful!
Aaaand [here](http://www.mikereyfman.com/Photography-Landscape-Nature/Bryce-Canyon-National-Park-Utah-USA/big/MR0107.jpg)’s a higher quality one from the same spot.
You have M31 on this picture! The square of [Pegasus](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pegasus_IAU.svg) is easy to spot, and from there you can easily find M31 with [this map](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andromeda_Galaxy). If you can’t find it, you can cheat with [the arrow](http://imgur.com/oU1O2)! Great picture! 🙂
Saying that Italy has snow is generous however. Sure in Cortina and Bolzano they get it, but even northern places like Vicenza and Verona hardly get any.
At this section it is not too deep in terms of ice thickness. When I was there I had seen some cases of people getting stuck, it is definitely NOT walkable and fire dept rescuing them. In some other areas up north though you
Exactly the kind of picture I like. Everything is cold, mysterious, glaucous (not sure It’s the good word). Thank you OP, this is going to be my next desktop wallpaper.
It was one of the first “meta-castles”. Yeah I just made that word up, let me explain: it was build as a palace for an eccentric king of Bavaria, and he wanted it to look like a real life fairy tale scene, of the
Hmmm i had no idea there were san juan mountains. growing up in the PNW i had always thought that san juans only meant the islands
I live in Ashburn, which is the heaven of suburbs, but Round Hill, Waterford, and Purcellville are all right next door and are made up of a lot of one-laners. This was taken just outside of Round Hill on Raven Rocks Rd off the