malformalady:

A phone booth growing a thatch of vegetation in the Hoh Rain Forest, WA, USA. Because of the heavy precipitation each year, 140-170 inches, the forest is home to a lush, green canopy of both coniferous and deciduous species. Mosses and ferns blanket the surfaces and add another dimension to the rainforest.

Well, I know where I’m going to visit.
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malformalady:

A phone booth growing a thatch of vegetation in the Hoh Rain Forest, WA, USA. Because of the heavy precipitation each year, 140-170 inches, the forest is home to a lush, green canopy of both coniferous and deciduous species. Mosses and ferns blanket the surfaces and add another dimension to the rainforest.

Well, I know where I’m going to visit.

(Source: bmackin)

mimichong:

Doesn’t this look amazing?

theworldwelivein:

Mononoke Forest, Yakushima Island, Japan©  caseyyee

theworldwelivein:

Mononoke Forest, Yakushima Island, Japan
©  caseyyee

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina

"A forest fire burns in Guadalajara, Mexico, April 24."
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"A forest fire burns in Guadalajara, Mexico, April 24."

The Magical Touch
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The Magical Touch

Sooo instead of gripping about not being able to see the eclipse, I took my crappy DSi camera outside to see if I could take any decent pictures of our woods with it.

Maybe I’ll post some if I find any ones that are alright~