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May 10, 2011 |
In: Beautiful, High-Res, Nature, Travel
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Chivers want me to get away EVERY day…
Now, what do I win by being first? Hm?
- the one that will not go away
Captain Obvious, please report to the sick bay.
- enjoying a minor headache
congratulations! for posting first you just own the right to scoop up all the roadkill from #2 and take it home for a nice barbecue!
dont ever go away, thechive needs you
We live in a beautiful world.
Now step away from Facebook and experience it. But always Chive!
hey chivers i'm taking a trip to northern california and oregon, anyone got any advice as to where i can como across places like the ones shown here.
Oregon coast is always great.
Santa Cruz/Redding, CA, Morro Bay, CA, as well as Yosemite National Park. In Oregon, Klameth Falls has some pretty epic forestry and lakeside chill spots.
Crater Lake is shown a lot in these posts. As is Lake Billy Chinook. Both are in Oregon. Neither is close to each other.
Avenue of the Giants
#15 = looooove
i want to go to there…..
seriously, where is this place?
I believe it's Cinque Terre in Italy. Not sure though
both are correct.
Manarola is one of the "Cinque Terre", which means "Five Countries"
They are 5 beautiful little towns in the northern Italy, by the Ligurian Sea
we should have a chive gathering there.
thanks for the info guys….chive on!
Reminds me of Monkey Island 3…
hahaha yes mate!
I m sure, It's MANAROLA , LIGURIA, ITALY.
#4 #10 #13 are beautiful
lotta mountains in this one. get me away to someplace warm. Wisconsin is still cold!
You kidding me? You must be in northern wisconsin–it was nearly 90 in Madison today!
I had a housemate from Wisconsin, she still sounds dumb when she talks.
#10 looks like the Almalfi coast in Italy, beautiful place
I thought so too but its Cinqueterre
I thought – ooh, #16 would be a nice wallpaper. But then I realised if someone asked if that was my girlfriend, and I said, "No, just something I found on the internet" it would make me look like saddest man in the world
Chive, i know it's probably asking a lot, but what are th chances of getting the locations of these pictures underneath each one?! Effort yes, worth is, totally!
#18 is beautiful!
#18 my new wallpaper
Yep. Yellowstone Falls.
#18 is Yellowstone Falls in Yellowstone National Park. In my previous life as a geologist, I studied the volcanic system responsible for creating Yellowstone. Geologically speaking, it's due to erupt any day now (meaning sometime in the next several thousand to 10,000 years). When it does, you don't want to be within a few thousand miles of it.
You don't want to be on Earth at all really, considering an eruption of a megavolcano is going to have catastrophic global effects.
I was speaking more to the short-term effects of incineration from the blast wave, pyroclastic flow, and ashfall, and respiratory effects of inhaling all that ash, but yes, you are absolutely correct. Nuclear winter is no fun.
Meh, I wanna be close by to experience the awesomeness, everyone will die anyways, might as well go quick.
Also, I'm in Billings, so a couple hundred miles.
OMG coolest job ever.
Were is #10 that place looks soo cool I would love to visit if i knew were it was????
#2 reminds me of the Alaska level from Road Rash II for Sega Genesis.
I'm glad you snuck a girl in there
I need to get away… someplace like #8 or #18 great post
and #14 I love when the sun does that
these galleries need entries below each picture to explain where they are, at least whenever possible
#6 #4 #11 #12 #18 #9 #13
Travel Magazine's very own: Journey Through Middle Earth!
#2 Love this. Eerie and amazing at the same time. Makes me want to ride my bike down that road.
#3 #4 #9 #15 There are places like these in the world and I am stuck behind a desk in kentucky. looking on the right side I am in the corner so chiving all day. o yeah
You could enjoy some sweet views at the Red River Gorge….outside Lexington
Great, now I have itchy feet and no money nor time
Nevertheless, once again thanks a lot, Chive
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