The only thing higher than the mountain tops was your dad. 

Fingal’s Cave | ©Darby Sawchuk (Staffa island, Scotland)
Staffa is the stuff of legend, an unspoilt and uninhabited island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, best known for its magnificent basalt columns and spectacular sea caves.
The most famous of these is Fingal’s Cave, also known as An Uamh Binn (Cave of Melody). It has a unique, cathedral-like structure and its hexagonal columns are similar to those of the Giant’s Causeway in Ireland.
Fingal’s Cave was immortalized by Mendelssohn in his Hebrides Overture, after he visited the island in 1829, and in a famous painting by the artist J M W Turner.
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Francis Frith, Bent Pyramid of Sneferu, 1857

Alfred Ehrhardt
Beryll, Minas Geraes, Brasilien, 1938/39
Gelatin Silver Print, 49.7 x 29.9 cm

Nooksack Falls ➾ Jayme Gordon