"goose bumps" spot!

Kjeragbolten, Norway I want to stand on the rock & take a picture too, awesome!

Over the Water, Hungary

Over the Water, Hungary

Bokod, Hungary [I'd like to look-see, but no way would I walk on those jetties! Too scary! If I can see what's below me through stairs, bridges etc. I can't walk up or across!

A pyramid overlooks the Nile River in Cairo, Egypt via nicecollection17.blogspot.com

~~Pyramid ~ sunset the river Nile, Cairo, Egypt by Bryan Pereira~~

Crooked Forest-Portland, OR

Poland's Mysterious Crooked Forest: In a tiny corner of western Poland a forest of about 400 pine trees grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks - all bent northward. It is surrounded by a larger forest of straight growing pine trees.

Dinner In The Sky #DontLookDown #Atomium #Brussels #CovalentBond #StainlessSteel #IonicBond #Architecture #Structures #Skyline #Cityscape #Architexture

World Amazing Hanging Restaurant, Belgium

what an amazing world we live in....

The unknown path just gets wilder and more beautiful as the journey unfolds. So much adventure in an unknown path

The Great Wall, China (great visual showing the magnitude)

Great Wall, north of Beijing, China gonna walk that wall someday too

Kjeragbolten boulder wedged in a mountain crevice in the Kjerag mountains in Norway ||| #ColorfulWorld

Kjeragbolten boulder wedged in a mountain crevice in the Kjerag mountains in Norway. I really want to do this but I don't think I can. It looks terrifying! Would you do it? No way!

Copper Harbor bike trails. This looks awesome! Located on Lake Superior, at the northern tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula in Michigan%u2019s beautiful Upper Peninsula. | Come to Lux Lounge in West Bloomfield, MI to relax with friends at a premiere hookah lounge in an upscale atmosphere! Call (248) 661-1300 or visit www.luxloungewb.com for more information!

*This Summer: Copper Harbor Bike Trails, Cooper Harbor, Michigan. This looks like fun!

Great Ice Canyon in Iceland

"Chasing Ice" documentary - - Great Ice Canyon in Iceland by photographer: James Balog for National Geographic - Wow! And one to watch before going to Iceland