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When I think of places that are associated with Transcendentalism, I think of places like the woods. Just areas with no cities around that are full of places to explore. The forest is just a great place to lose yourself in nature.

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hike the beautiful trails of gimmelwald in the swiss alps, one of the most amazing things I've done

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oh the walks, the fresh air, the beautiful nature! And yes this is Switzerland :) Unbelievable, I want to go up to the top!

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It’s a dangerous business going out of your door. You step into the Road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there is no knowing where you might be swept off to.” – Bilbo Baggins Love the quote as well, Lord Of The Rings

To look at the universe, she'd abandoned the world

Paragliding in the Dolomites, Italy. Actually paragliding anywhere with snowcapped mountains will be just as amazing.

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I want to stand here and be humbled by how many beautiful things there are in this great big world beautiful summer spring reflective lake surrounded by mountains with snow

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How great are the mountains, to remind us of our place. Humans are merely a speck in the landscape of life.

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Canoe on crystal clear water, should have one of those clear canoe/kayaks! that would be so awesome!

A Wildlife Photographer: The Kind of Men & Women ~ Who Bring Into Our Lives ~ Stunning Photographs!: "Travel doesn't become adventure ~ until you leave yourself behind." (THIS Wildlife Photographer is: Guido Sterkendries.

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