updated 6/27/2007 8:31:42 PM ET 2007-06-28T00:31:42

Submitted by Jan Abate
Van deek Beach in Curaco.
Submitted by Amanda Ackerman
My husband on the side of the road somewhere in Wyoming "holding a rainbow."
Submitted by Margarita Alix
Fisherman or "fisherwoman" at Loau by Enrique Rodriguez
Submitted by Peter Askovich
Road to Moab, Utah
Submitted by Lorri Boye
This photo was taken along the highway near Polson Montana. If you look close you can see the double rainbow in front of the mountain.
Submitted by James Brightwell
Heavy Load
Submitted by Harry Brummell
Street lamp in Roswell, NM during Christmas 2006
Submitted by Glenn Bruno
This photo was me launching off the Navajo bridge into the Grand Canyon.........yeeee haaaaaaaaaa!
Submitted by Duncan Dewar
This is Monkay our Trip Mascot. We picked him up in New Orleans. Here is is overlooking Jackson Hole Wyoming.
Submitted by Suzanne Fairman
some sculptures we saw on the side of the road as we were driving through California.
Submitted by Dave Fussner
Pikes peak is photo 27
Submitted by Tobias Gelber
Milo with the St. Louis Grand Arch.
Submitted by Rick Higgins
Early Morning at the Lodge
Submitted by brian hopersberger
Beautiful Pictures of the Colorado Rockies
Submitted by Anonymous
Approacing Monument Valley
Submitted by Rebecca Lehmann
Submitted by Christopher Lyden
This is at the Colombia Gorge outside of Portland, Oregon. We hiked up to check out a waterfall.
Submitted by Scott McRae
AirMail02.jpg, 2.2 megabytes; photo of rural mailbox, with 2cnd box placed up high and labelled "Air Mail".
Submitted by Anonymous
Bad Ass coffee
Submitted by Michelle Osborne
A typical Irish boreen
Submitted by SANJ PATEL
it'll do lounge
Submitted by Mary Prentice
This is a little bit closer View of Boze Mill
Submitted by Randy Price
Sunset on Panama City Beach, Florida
Submitted by Julia Risso
Lightning on the road
Submitted by Julia Risso
California coast
Submitted by Anonymous
Luray Caverns, North Carolina. This is a reflection in the lake inside the caverns. The lake is only 18" deep.
Submitted by Anonymous
The Alaskan Highway
Submitted by Jeff Sevich
3504x2336 .JPEG digital picture
Submitted by Paul Snead
Manequin sitting on a chair made of horseshoes guarding the parking lot of a petrified wood trading post on the Arizona/New Mexico border.
Submitted by Michael Sottile
This picture was on our first day out in the Badlands - it was cold and ferociously windy!
Submitted by Anonymous
hamish the highland cow


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