Sunday, April 28, 2013

Second to the last day of A to Z. It's the Y Day

I thought this was interesting history.

The next information is from this blog.

The former Yugoslavia is still exotic and unexplored part of Europe. Amazing landscape and nature hides many secrets, such as the amazing “Spomeniks”. Inspired by Belgian photographer we decided to find the relics of history.

 Appears on the horizon, emerging from the mountains and forests of the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina… Tjentište

 one of the “Tito’s monuments” is located on a hill in the Croatian small village named Podgarić
A river running through Yugoslavia

Next on the list is Yosemite National Park located in Northern California.

Yosemite National Park covers nearly 1,200 square miles of mountainous terrain in the Sierra Nevada of California.

This is a place I haven't seen yet but would love too.

Last but not least on my list is Yellowstone Park in Wyoming.

Since its designation as a national park in 1872, Yellowstone National Park has been a cherished part of the Wyoming's rich tapestry. It’s easy to see why. The very definition of “unspoiled,” Yellowstone has served for generations as a sort of living museum, its natural splendors giving visitors an up-close-and-personal glimpse of what the continent was like in the days before recorded history. With 2,219,789 acres of sprawling wilderness to explore, Yellowstone stands as one of North America’s greatest assets — and it’s open year-round for visitors to enjoy. 

This is Yellowstone's Lower Falls

And we can't leave out Old Faithful.  When I went to see it 25 years ago, the timing was a little off of when it would erupt and it didn't go as high.  But it was still a neat experience to see.

This is Yellowstone's Morning Glory.

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