29 surreal places in america (美國29處夢幻之地)


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29 surreal places in america (美國29處夢幻之地)

  1. 1. 編輯配樂:老編西歪 changcy0326 按滑鼠換頁 Click for page continue
  2. 2. 1. Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska 阿拉斯加 門登霍爾 冰川洞穴 AER Wilmington DE / Flickr: 25949441@N02 / Creative Commons
  3. 3. In Mendenhall Valley of Juneau stands this 12-mile glacier that is home to some incredibly surreal ice caves. If you follow the West Glacier trail, you can get a chance to see these whimsical ice clouds for yourself. Sergey Yechikov / shutterstock.comAER Wilmington DE / Flickr: 25949441@N02 / Creative Commons
  4. 4. 2. Antelope Canyon, Arizona 亞利桑那州 羚羊峽谷 Manamana / shutterstock.com
  5. 5. Located near Page, Ariz., this brilliant slot canyon is split into two different sections, commonly referred to as “The Crack” and “The Corkscrew.” The natural canvas of color and unique structure is an Instgrammer’s dream. Flickr: merlune / Creative CommonsFrancesco R. Iacomino / shutterstock.com
  6. 6. 3. Oneonta Gorge, Oregon 奧尼昂塔 峽谷,俄勒岡州 zschnepf / shutterstock.com
  7. 7. The Oneonta Gorge is in the Columbia River Gorge with a unique set of aquatic and woodland plants. The ferns and moss make the walls look like a fairy tale, and visitors can walk through the creek on a warm summer day. zschnepf / shutterstock.com Flickr: gorgejeff / Creative Commons
  8. 8. 4. Skagit Valley Tulip Fields, Washington 華盛頓州 斯卡吉特河谷 鬱金香花田 RuthChoi / shutterstock.com
  9. 9. Located in Washington state, hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the tulip fields between April 1–30 to see these gorgeous flowers in bloom. The festival is designed as a driving tour since there is no one designated “site.” karamysh / shutterstock.com Jaime Pharr / shutterstock.com
  10. 10. 5. Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, Colorado 科羅拉多州的荒野區 Mavrick / shutterstock.com
  11. 11. This wilderness area is located in the Elk Mountains of central Colorado and has over 100 miles of trails. The closest city in reach is Aspen and the entire area spans over 181,000 acres. Flickr: usdagov / Creative Commons Dr. Alan Lipkin / shutterstock.com
  12. 12. 6. Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida 佛羅里達州 海龜國家公園 Varina and Jay Patel / shutterstock.com
  13. 13. This isolated island of bliss sits roughly 70 miles west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico, surrounded by clear waters and an abundance of sea life. The area is only accessible by boat or seaplane, so leave your phone at home and enjoy a day off the grid. Nagel Photography shutterstock.com Flickr: sathishcj / Creative Commons
  14. 14. 7. Zion National Park, Utah 猶他州 錫安國家公園 fabernova / shutterstock.com
  15. 15. Located near Springdale, Utah, this incredible 146,000-acre park is a popular destination for nature enthusiasts. A prominent feature is the Zion Canyon, which is 15 miles long and a half-mile deep. Other spots to visit while you’re here is “The Subway”(pictured on the left) and “The Narrows” (pictured on the right). Steven Castro / shutterstock.com Flickr: gregfoster / Creative Commons
  16. 16. 8. Watkins Glen State Park, New York 紐約州 沃特金斯峽谷 國家公園 Flickr: dr_bullschmidt / Creative Commons
  17. 17. We all know Niagara Falls is a sight to see, but located south of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region lies a lesser-known fantasy-like area called Rainbow Bridge and Falls. It will make you feel like you’re in Lord of the alexsvirid / shutterstock.com Adam Lohr / shutterstock.com
  18. 18. 9. Yosemite Valley, California 加州 優勝美地山谷 Flickr: robsettantasei / Creative Commons
  19. 19. This 8-mile glacial valley is covered in pine and surrounded by granite summits like Half Dome and El Capitan. The California beauty is a hot spot for tourists and photographers and it also offers scenic trails for hikers. Peter O'Toole / shutterstock.com Flickr: grimeshome / Creative Commons
  20. 20. Flickr: projekction / Creative Commons 10. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming 大棱鏡泉,懷俄明州
  21. 21. This natural pool of rainbow-like colors is the largest hot spring in the U.S. and the third largest in the world. It’s located in Yellowstone National Park, which also has other great sights to see such as Morning Glory Pool, Old Faithful, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Anne Elliott / Flickr: 71833159@N00 / Creative Commons Lorcel / shutterstock.com
  22. 22. Flickr: uosuaq / Creative Commons 11. Haiku Stairs of Oahu, Hawaii 夏威夷歐胡島的「海庫」階梯
  23. 23. Flickr: kevin1024 / Creative Commons This “Stairway to Heaven” is a steep hiking trail that is technically closed to the public, but many people continue to climb despite the “No Trespassing” signs. Sometimes breaking the law is worth it, right? Flickr: syntheticaperture / Creative Commons
  24. 24. Flickr: pumpkincanada / Creative Commons 12. Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico 卡爾斯巴德洞穴,新墨西哥
  25. 25. In this National Park beneath the rocky land lies more than 119 known caves, formed from limestone and sulfuric acid. Visitors can take the natural entrance (pictured on the right) or ride down the elevator 750 feet below ground. Doug Meek / shutterstock.com Flickr: unkwot / Creative Commons
  26. 26. Flickr: texas_tongs / Creative Commons 13. Whitaker Point, Arkansas 阿肯色州 惠特克懸岩
  27. 27. Bernie Jungkind / CJRW of Little Rock / buffaloriver.com In the heart of the Buffalo River country lies this incredible crag, a popular spot for proposals, scenic photographs, and pretty killer views. The best time to snap a pic is at 6:15 a.m. (as pictured above on the left). Flickr: naturegal / Creative Commons
  28. 28. Flickr: dawilson / Creative Commons 14. Hamilton Pool, Texas 德州 漢密爾頓天然泳池
  29. 29. Flickr: dawilson / Creative Commons Located just outside of Austin, this natural pool is a popular spot for tourists and residents in the summer. Hamilton Pool was created when the dome of an underground river collapsed due to massive erosion thousands of years ago. Flickr: dawilson / Creative Commons
  30. 30. Flickr: paxson_woelber / Creative Commons 15. Horseshoe Bend, Arizona 亞利桑那州 科羅拉多河 馬蹄形灣
  31. 31. Flickr: hig_37 / Creative Commons Flickr: fkehren / Creative Commons Named after its horseshoe-like shape, this famous meander is located just outside Page, Ariz., and offers a wicked view of the Colorado River.
  32. 32. Flickr: gsfc / Creative Commons 16. Northern Lights, Alaska 阿拉斯加 北極光
  33. 33. Flickr: arctic_troy / Creative Commons The Northern Lights is one of the most beautiful wonders of the world, and a trip to Alaska will give you a front-row seat. The best places to see the lights are in Fairbanks and Anchorage from about September–April 20. Flickr: bjgraf / Creative Commons Flickr: arctic_troy / Creative Commons
  34. 34. Luca Galuzzi / commons.wikimedia.org 17. Bryce Canyon, Utah 猶他州 布萊斯峽谷
  35. 35. This collection of large natural amphitheaters is famous for its hoodoos, geological structures formed by frost weather and stream erosion. The orange, red, and white rocks are a beautiful sight and only roughly 50 miles from Zion National Park. Flickr: markusnl / Creative Commons Anna Morgan / shutterstock.com
  36. 36. Topseller / shutterstock.com 18. Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada 加州 / 內華達州 太浩湖
  37. 37. Curtis / shutterstock.com George Lamson / shutterstock.com Bordering California and Nevada, this freshwater lake is the largest alpine lake in North America. The clear waters and surrounding trees make it an ideal vacation spot.
  38. 38. Flickr: mikerhicks / Creative Commons 19. Smoky Mountains, North Carolina/Tennessee 大煙山,北卡/田納西州
  39. 39. Flickr: gaensler / Creative Commons Flickr: fkehren / Creative Commons A subrange of the Appalachian Mountains, the Smokies are a mountain range along the North Carolina–Tennessee border. It’s the most visited national park in the U.S., with 9 million-plus visitors per year.
  40. 40. Chawalit S / shutterstock.com 20. Niagara Falls, New York 紐約州 尼亞加拉大瀑布
  41. 41. Eugene Moerman / shutterstock.com Located along the United States– Canada border is the famous Niagara Falls, a popular spot for tourists. Elena Elisseeva / shutterstock.com
  42. 42. Flickr: thaths / Creative Commons 21. The Wave, Arizona 波浪岩,亞利桑那州
  43. 43. Located in Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness near the Arizona-Utah border lies The Wave, a sandstone rock formation that looks look a painting. The sight is known for its vibrant colors and the trackless hike to reach it. Flickr: james_gordon_losangeles / Creative Commons Frank Kovalchek / Flickr: 72213316@N00 / Creative Commons
  44. 44. 22. Sequoia National Park, California 加州 紅杉國家公園 dcrjsr / en.wikipedia.org
  45. 45. Sequoia National Park is known for its giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman Tree, one of the largest in the world. It stands at 275 feet tall and is believed to be roughly 2,500 years old. Jim Bahn / en.wikipedia.orgGalyna Andrushko / shutterstock.com
  46. 46. Flickr: by_photo / Creative Commons 23. Thor’s Well, Oregon 雷神之井 (地獄門),俄勒岡州
  47. 47. Thomas Shahan / Flickr: 49580580@N02 / Creative Commons Along Cape Perpetua lies Thor’s Well, a saltwater fountain driven by the power of the ocean tide. The best time to see it in action is an hour before high tide to an hour after high tide. While it’s a beautiful sight, it’s also highly dangerous and visitors should proceed with caution. Flickr: bengrewell / Creative Commons
  48. 48. Dapixstudio / shutterstock.com 24. Badlands National Park, South Dakota 荒(惡)地國家公園,南達科他州
  49. 49. Flickr: naturegal / Creative Commons The red and orange rocky mountains bring in nearly 1 million visitors per year to the Badlands National Park. Native Americans used this area for hunting grounds for roughly 11,000 years. Flickr: mtsn / Creative Commons
  50. 50. Jeffrey T. Kreulen / shutterstock.com 25. Savannah, Georgia 薩凡納,喬治亞
  51. 51. meanmachine77 / shutterstock.com The oldest city in the state of Georgia, Savannah has a charming personality and fairy tale-like array of Spanish moss trees. Irina Mos / shutterstock.com
  52. 52. Flickr: darekfarmer / Creative Commons 26. Palouse Falls, Washington 帕勞斯瀑布,華盛頓州
  53. 53. Flickr: shankarrk / Creative Commons Located in Washington state, this enchanting scene almost came to an end in 1984 when the Franklin County Public Utility District proposed to build a dam to allow hydroelectric power generation. Ratepayers decided to preserve the falls. Flickr: rampix / Creative Commons
  54. 54. Flickr: emilyrachelhildebrand / Creative Commons 27. Glacier National Park, Montana 冰河國家公園,蒙大拿州
  55. 55. mlorenz / shutterstock.com Glacier National Park is located near Kalispell, Mont., and borders parts of Canada. The park encompasses more than 1,000,000 acres and attracts roughly 2 million people per year. Julie Lubick / shutterstock.com
  56. 56. Sarah Fields Photography / shutterstock.com 28. Nā Pali Coast State Park, Hawaii 拿帕里海岸國家公園,夏威夷
  57. 57. Flickr: jginsbu / Creative Commons The Na Pali Coast is inaccessible by car but can be seen over land by helicopter or hiking. The Kalalau Trail provides the only land access, but there are also caves you can explore along the coast. Jose Gil / shutterstock.com
  58. 58. Flickr: davidkingham / Creative Commons 29. Devils Tower, Wyoming 懷俄明州 魔鬼塔
  59. 59. Flickr: sacred_destinations / Creative Commons Devils Tower is a giant igneous intrusion that rises 5,000-plus feet above sea level. According to Native American folklore, a few girls went out to play and were discovered by several bears who began to chase them. The girls tried to escape by climbing a rock and praying to the Great Spirit to save them, and their prayers were answered when the rock rose from the ground toward the heavens and away from danger. When the girls reached the sky, they were turned into the star constellations. There are also several other theories and stories regarding the Devils Tower. Flickr: wespeck / Creative Commons
  60. 60. Note : This article is derived from the following website http://www.buzzfeed.com/ariellecalderon/surreal- places-in-america-you-need-to-visit-before-you- die
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