America's Natural Wonders Photo Gallery

 
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From moonshine to mineral spas to baptisms, the Ozarks' springs have managed to 'bubble up' in many aspects of culture. Ironically, the spring's water has never been used by the bottled water industry.  
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The meandering canyons of Arches National Park contain more than 1,500 natural stone arches—the world's largest concentration.  
Credit: Dan Morrison 
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Rolling hills of golden poppies prompted early sailors to dub California La Tierra del Fuego, or 'Land of Fire.' In 1903 California chose the golden poppy as its official state flower.  
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The view from the start: The eight-mile Appalachian Approach Trail runs through Amicalola Falls State Park, north of Atlanta, Georgia, to Springer Mountain.  
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The purple hues of a Northwestern sunrise light up the sky over Oregon's Cascade Range.  
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'Sandwich Islands' was the original moniker of the Hawaiian Islands. Captain James Cook named them in 1778 in honor of his patron, the Earl of Sandwich, creator of—what else?—the sandwich.  
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In Colorado's San Juan Mountains, Telluride's terrain and expanisive views guarantee it a spot on mountain bikers' A-list.  
 
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