Scenery. Landscapes. Captured: New York City from Above. Posted Jul 13, 2010 Share This Gallery inShare126 A look at New York City from the air.
Office and residential buildings stand in the financial district of Manhattan in this aerial photograph taken over New York, U.S., on Wednesday, July 7, 2010. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg # The Empire State Building stands in this aerial photograph taken over New York, U.S., on Wednesday, July 7, 2010. New York City's Central Park along Fifth Avenue is viewed in this aerial photograph from a helicopter over New York on November 11, 2008. The United Nations (UN) Secretariat building stands along the East River in this aerial photograph taken over New York, U.S., on Wednesday, July 7, 2010.
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Sliding Rock in North Carolina. Every summer, there are large number of tourist in Sliding rock, where is located one of most beautiful and unique natural mountain waterfall.
It is located in Pisgah National Forest Close to Asheville NC, where people came to slip and slide on this beautiful 60-foot mountain slider. Even water is pretty cold, visitors wait patiently for their turn and slide one-by-one. At the end of the slide they make splash into the big eight-foot deep pool, swim couple feet to get into shore and get back in the line for one more slide… photo source A $1.00 per person fee is charged by the Forest Service to use the area between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, when lifeguards and rangers are on duty. Photo source A restroom and changing room is provided and a lifeguard is periodically on duty especially during summer weekends from 10 AM to 5:30 PM. Photo source A pool in the bottom from the falls is 8 feet deep. Photo source. The 50 Most Beautiful Natural Waterfalls in the World.
The word “waterfall” is pretty self-explanatory: a mass of flowing water rapidly dropping over a steep cliff. This phenomenon can be natural – which makes it even more spectacular, or created by human hands. Today’s showcase of 50 photos will focus on the first category: natural waterfalls that are meant to emphasize the beauty of pure nature in many parts of the world. As the water falls and splahses, rainbows are created, which are a delight for the eyes. Beauty of Skogafoss The Curtrain Thors’ Well Seljalandsfoss Godly Under The Ledge Havasu Falls Waterfall Green Waterfall Weeping Rock Waterfall, Blue Mountains The Castle Waterfall in Nice.
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