Landscapes from Seven Continents

On Facebook today I have been seeing a lot of landscape pictures with the following:

Join the boredom challenge of posting a picture of some landscape from a place where you’ve been, where the main requirement is that you NOT appear in it. Just a picture, no description.
The goal is to flood profiles with landscape photos to give a twist on the situation we’re going through.
Copy the text to your status, post a photo and let’s travel virtually around the world.

So, I decided to share some landscape pictures that I have taken and take you on a virtual trip around the world.

There are landscapes from all seven continents in this post.

Central Valley Hills, California, Green hills, winter colorSouth Africa, Johannesburg, Country, VeldYorke Bay - Falkland Islands - Malvinas - Gypsy Cove - Penguins - Magellanic PenguinsParadise Bay Antarctica - Ice and Snow in Antarctica - Antarctica rock reflectionhistoric stone bridge, jena germany, burgau bridgeRoman Road - Tarsus Roman Road - Steps of Paul - Cilician RoadBadaling, Great Wall of China, Ming Dynasty Wall, Reconstructed WallUshuaia Argentina - ReflectionsBlue Mountains - Australia - Rock Formation - Katoomba - GeologySteven

p.s. If I get some requests I will write a new post with descriptions and locations.

This entry was posted in Australia, Blog, Bridges, California, China, Culture, Germany, Nature, South Africa, Travel and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Landscapes from Seven Continents

  1. Beautiful! I would love a new post with descriptions and locations.

  2. Mary Ellingwood says:

    Stunning photos. Would love to know the what’s and where’s. Thanks!

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