Gracing New York with its presence, the Catskill Mountains have served as the scenic backdrop for many movies, artists and travelers looking for a weekend of bucolic peace of mind.
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The stunning mountains in western Norway’s Sunnmøre region rise straight from the sea to a height of 1,500-1,700 meters, which sets them apart from many other alpine regions.
How incredibly timeless.
Ever wondered how the highest peaks from each continent compare to one another? Well, now you don’t have to.
The first and fourth tallest mountains in the world respectively, Mount Everest and Mount Lhoste are captured connected by a rainbow in this dramatic landscape photograph.
Found in Australia’s Sunshine Coast, the Glasshouse Mountains’ (which are actually hills) most recognizable formation–Mount Tibrogargan–resembles a tree-filled gorilla staring out to sea.