30 Best Earth Pictures of the Week – June 26th to July 3rd, 2012

1. Giant Hole Opens Up In Malmberget, Sweden


2. A calm, misty morning in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.


3. Hamlet of Rekvik, Northern-Norway


4. Schrammsteine, Saxon Switzerland


5. My dad took a photo of a stream in French Alps


6. Badwater, Death Valley, CA


7. Glasshouse Mountains, Queensland, Australia


8. Mount Oberlin, Montana


9. Terra Ronca Cave – Goias, Brazil


10. Arches National Park, Utah. My favorite photo I’ve ever taken.


11. Frozen Abiqua Falls, Oregon


12. Olympic National Park, WA – as seen from Big Beef Bridge


13. Rainbow on the ground in Scotland


14. Death Valley, CA


15. Skogasfoss in Iceland


16. Devil’s Towers


17. Peaceful meander along the river Derwent, Darley Abbey, Derbyshire


18. Nahanni National Park, Northwest Territories, Canada


19. Lake Bondhus in Norway, and in the background of the Bondhus Glacier, part of the Folgefonna Glacier.


20. Not All of Colorado is On Fire


21. Dingle Peninsula, Ireland


22. Laki Fissure, South Iceland


23. The mouth of the Amazon


24. “Grand T.” – first light across the Teton Range – GTNP


25. Twin Lakes in Denver, CO


26. Sol Duc Campground, Olympic National Park, WA


27. Mono Lake and the Eastern Sierra in the Evening, California


28. A new tree grows by two dead trees that appear to be extremely desiccated. Emerald Bay – California


29. Bøstad, Lofoten, Norway


30. Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

5 Responses to “30 Best Earth Pictures of the Week – June 26th to July 3rd, 2012”
  1. Karen says:

    Wow what a stunning collection!

  2. human on earth says:

    Earth pictures and 80% are from the USA. That´s a real tiny earth!

    • Zerabp says:

      16 of 30 is 80%? Who taught you math because they sucked at it.

    • Zerabp says:

      16 of 30 is t just over 50%

      • gsd says:

        Not to pick nits but only 14 are from the US (2 are from Canada, still North America but not the US). But it's true about half of these are from the States. Still they are impressive even if only a subjective list (30 best?).