Post comfy pieces of natural land from your cunt.
>Black rock, Matlock
Best place to go in the summer. Hope I can get a gf for then.
I understand why you feel like that. Many people think that everything South of the Med is a barren desert. I've never been in a desert before (even though Algeria is 80% desert the vast majority of the population live in the Mediterranean North)
you ancestros sure did though, enjoy your stabbings
Río Tinto (Red River). It's this colour due to its minerals.
>Check google Earth
>Northern Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco are actually Green
How have I never noticed this before
Oh shit, wrong pic. That is in Romania or Hungary.
Both look super comfy.
I fucking love these kinds of big, open landscapes where you can see the horizon, especially if the sun's nowhere to be seen.
I've been there and there wasn't any house/cabin so I guess the two spots are tents in the picture
It's pretty cool especially when you go to the edge and watch below
I'd like to go on top of this one too buuut it's a little more complicated
I don't wanna live in countries where the leaves don't ture red in autumn.
Also about 30 minutes from me but in another direction
In northern France in rather big (for Europe) area called "Beauce" the landscape is like this, endless fields and flat as fuck
Don't forget the Peak District lad
>tfw you live by the best countryside in the UK
The Horizon in this picture is about ~60 kilometres away
Nice. It's like you said, looks like I imagine a big portion of America looks like, which is a breath of fresh air in this small, dense continent.
That's cool. This actually reminds me a lot of my family's village in Castilla-La Mancha, especifically the Sierra's top, where you can see the entire place (quite flat for Spain's standards).
About 40mn drive from home, I used to camp at this lake
10/10 would live here and fall to the death every morning
Mountains are so comfy everytime everywhere it's almost cheating
That's nothing, imagine how flat, big and empty the Great Plains of the USA are
>imagine how flat, big and empty the Great Plains of the USA are
It's fascinating just how flat and large the plains are
This image is about 350 kilometres long and at an altitude of 300km
I flew from New York to California. We went over thew hole plains. I saw literally nothing but flat green squares for about 90 minutes of flight.
It must be difficult to navigate.
A lake on top of the mountain I was standing on, the highest significant lake in the showangunk mountain range. Wiki says it's about 680 m above sea level
I've never been as far as Niagara Falls. These pics are from about 3 hours north of NYC (NIagara would be maybe 8 hours, I'm guessing)
It's not 100% natural, but this is Inwood Hill park at the very end of Manhattan in NYC, looking at the bronx. Top tier views in this park and nobody goes there, it's a nice place to visit if you are in New York
I've slept here once, you wake up and see this sea of clouds it's comfy as fuck, 3835m high it's a climb but it's worth it
Fun fact: Upstate New York is so underdeveloped that some people who try to drive to canada in the winter get stuck in the snow and die because there is nothing for miles and miles.
To clarify, the train is in the bronx, the cliffs in the back are New Jersey
Your pic reminded me of this place in Italy.
Stupid pic didn't appear for some reason...
Google says it's in Switzerland https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Solvay_Hut
Maybe he's a Canadian expat who went to Kazakhstan for a better life with endless job opportunities
I love foggy evergreen forests, shits magical yo
You never realize how big sequoia trees are from pictures until you're standing right next to one.
Gauls letting their rocks on the floor without even cleaning up n sheit
Thanks for the pics m80. France looks pretty fucking neat and I would love to visit it one day
Is Russia fine then?
some pictures I've taken around
this is in Northern Ontario
I live there and its fine
not terribly colder than the rest of Ontario, just more snow because we're right by the Lakes
desu when I say "North" I don't mean the High Arctic, just north of the GTA
Same place a few meters away outside of winter
I think so I've been in this area and during winter in the morning it's always fog + white/shiny trees
That castle, is it in Russia ?
and it's an artificial lake
>family owned land in caliveras county
>butte fire 3 months ago comes along and burns down everything
Once comfy landscape now looks like something out of The Road or some shit. Feels bad.
Yes, Crimea. It was built as dacha in 1912. It's only 10x20 metres^2. Before that there was wooden dacha built in 1895.
4ch is weird