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It's all in the title. Try to keep any pictures in spoiler tags.

For me, it'd be these 4 places:

1. Amalfi coast, Italy. Rode a tour bus for an hour through the Italian coast. Kind of scary as you're on a bus and you're driving on a cliff like 100-200 ft up in the air. But gorgeous scenery.





2. Californian coast. Took a drive down the coast from San Francisco to LA.





3. Yosemite, California. Everyone knows this shit.





4. Oahu, Hawaii. I'm actually not much for the beach, but the hills are gorgeous.



#5
Hawaii. The view of the ocean from just about everywhere on 2 of the islands, seeing the volcanoes, the lava pour into the ocean, the sea life, it was all so beautiful.

The Caribbean was nice too but Hawaii just looked so gorgeous.
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Oh just y'know...home



Also, the forest moon of Endor



and Isla Sorna

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#9
Yosemite. You nailed it, Madcap. But even better is Santa Barbara, CA.
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#11
the pitons in saint lucia




#14
I don't travel a lot and national pride, so norn irish scenery bitches

Giant's Causeway:


Mourne Moutains:


Lough MacNean:


So yeah, lots of green and rocks.
#15
Paris city centre at night is pretty damn nice.

When I went to Gibraltar it was an overcast day but i'd imagine it's nice on a sunny day at the top of the rock.

When I went to Bangor Uni open day it was a sunny day and the views were amazing. Rare the sun shines here in Wales though :P
#20
Phi Phi Island, Thailand


Totally the Grand Canyon as well.. pictures just don't do it justice
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This picture was taken right outside my house.

Not the prettiest view I've ever seen, but definitely the one I've seen the most.
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I don't travel a lot and national pride, so norn irish scenery bitches

Giant's Causeway:


Mourne Moutains:


Lough MacNean:


So yeah, lots of green and rocks.


Whereabouts is Lough MacNean? I've never heard of it but it looks great
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#26
Amalfi coast for sure. Sorrento, Napoli, and Capri are legitimately beautiful. I didn't want to leave Sorrento.
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#31
Lake Tahoe in the winter:



Snorkeling in Molokini Crater



Couldn't find any good images of what it looks like underwater there, but it's incredible.
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Whereabouts is Lough MacNean? I've never heard of it but it looks great

iirc somewhere in Co Fermanagh on the border
#33
It's pretty cool to see the Niagara Falls occasionally. It's about an hour and a half away from me. I don't travel that much further.

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Photo doesn't really do it justice honestly, it's the most amazing shade of blue I've ever seen.


Who the **** built that ****ing building there? Should be illegal.
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Actually this was about 10 years ago... But I'm pretty sure it was that lake. I remember seeing Lake Louise in Alberta too which is remarkably similar, either way, incredible view.


There is no building that I would like to have been built there. What I don't like is that someone decided to build something there in the first place.
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