||[Feb. 17th, 2013|08:57 am]
What was the most beautiful sight you've ever seen?|
mine was probably the sunset in Ibiza.
It's such a huge even that everyone comes from far and wide to watch it, and at the end of the sun setting everyone gives a round of applause..and then the music starts :)
I'm not sure this is necessarily the very most beautiful sight I've seen, but it was the first to come to mind. It gives me the weepies. My friend and her (at the time) one month old baby girl.
Chipotle after a month in Kiev.
My first ultrasound.
An empty kitchen sink.
I went camping with some friends and my boyfriend in a open field at the back of my old uni dorm during first year. At like 6am I was freezing my ass off and the sun had just began to rise and I was hungry so I was like fuck this I'm going back to my room. As I came out of the tent, the sky was that beautiful, golden colour you get on a sunny morning, and there was a flight of doves in this really cool formation flying in a weird pattern around the field. It felt like the world was completely empty and still for that minute.
Serious: my niece's birth
Not so serious: my rifle after I was finally finished building it
The early morning sun hitting on the trees when they are at the peak of changing color in the fall. I love to see it especially here in Kentucky.
I went with my family it my first vacation last september. We went to Clearwater FL. here is a photo i took of clearwater beach. the beach was the most beautiful thing i ever seen. the sun was setting in the evening.
scuba diving and kayaking in hidden lagoons in palawan
the most awesome spots you can only get to during certain hours of the day because of the rise and fall of the tide. you can only access certain passageways through the rocks
when the tide is low, and you have to get out of there before it rises again obvs.
this colors in this pic are just horrible but its the best example of the passageways i was talking about.
on the other side of the hole is stuff like this...
^^the water really is that blue green to the eye :3 Edited at 2013-02-17 06:41 pm (UTC)
northern lights. I feel like maybe I should be desensitized to them because I grew up in northern alberta, but they still are the most beautiful thing. I have many memories of my dad and his best friend waking me and his daughter up so we could go out on the deck in our nightgowns and see them (they are sappy drunks haha).
jealous. i've always wanted to see the northern lights but we couldn't see em from where i grew up in BC, phooey.
definitely worth seeing if you ever get a chance to go north. it's breathtaking.
I would love to see the Northern Lights. I'm sure they'd never get old for me, either.
It's breathtaking. I've moved a few hours south for school and am not sure if I'll go home after but I really miss it.
Driving the Blue Ridge Parkway last year, my boyfriend and I crossed the Linn Cove Viaduct right at sunset. It was so beautiful, I actually cried a little. That's the only time I can ever remember being moved to tears by scenery. This is the only picture I can find from that evening on my computer, and it doesn't even remotely do it justice:Edited at 2013-02-17 06:47 pm (UTC)
The Grand Canyon, its is stunningly beautiful and even more so after I climbed it. So majestic.
I can't wait! I'm camping there for a week this June! -dancedancedance-
There is no one thing. But here are two things that I think are incredibly beautiful:
Hey, I've been there! When I was in high school my youth group went for Spring Break... It was absolutely glorious and I wish I could go back with my family.