July 07, 2006

Where Is It At


What's the most beautiful place you've ever been in the world? Think specifically, not a general country, I want one specific moment. Here's a few of mine to get you started. On top of a 12,000 ft. mountain in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada that I had just climbed overlooking Lake Louise. Mulholland Drive, CA, right where the girl climbs down into the city in the movie. Henlopen Beach, Delaware looking at passing dolphins.

12 comments:

matt said...

Napali Coast, Kauai

That's where the pirates chased harrison ford and ann heche.

matt said...

Peoria,IL

matt said...

Messed that up, here try again.

Gaslight Square Apartments, Peoria, IL

matt said...

Clinton Lake, IL

magonline said...
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magonline said...

http://www.fireonthealtar.com/compilations/kevin/Eternity. ram

Steve said...

Ummmm ... no picture handy, but for me it definitely was the Badlands in South Dakota

Jeff said...

How do you directly link a photo in the comments?

Uluru, Australia or the Great Barrier Reef, for me, were the two most naturally beautiful places.

Toledo, Spain and Bangkok, Thailand are two of the most beautiful man-made places.

Sabai said...

I looked up Uluru. What the heck is that thing? It's just like a random tumor coming out of the ground. Kind of like Lisle is to Naperville.

Well, Jeff, you definitely win for variety of jet-settingability. But, Matt had two from Illinois and he's taller, so he wins.

Jeff said...

Uluru is the world's biggest monolith; which means that it's the world's biggest stand-alone rock. It's over 2 miles in circumference -- pretty insane.

I took this at sunrise:

http://photos1.blogger.com/img/2/1001/1024/P6180446.jpg

(Still don't know how to link directly , here)

matt said...

Jeff,

I don't know if you asking how to put a link to a picture or how to put picture in the comment(blogspot wont let you)? If you want a link to a picture like I have done then refer to the example below and replace ever bracket [ or ] with < or > respectively. I use photobucket to host my pictures, and they will give you the url of the picture.

[A HREF="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v334/johnso22md/Hawaii/100_0293.jpg"] Napali Coast, Kauai[/A]