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Cattle farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Tennessee

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Pilot Mountain is one of the most distinctive natural features in the state of North Carolina.

Pilot Mountain is one of the most distinctive natural features in the state of North Carolina.

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The Ozarks Mountains, extending southwest from St. Louis to the Arkansas River, represents along with the Quachita and Boston Mountains the only rugged topography between the Appellations and the Rockies.

The Ozarks Mountains, extending southwest from St. Louis to the Arkansas River, represents along with the Quachita and Boston Mountains the only rugged topography between the Appellations and the Rockies.

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A western winter view from Rarity Mountain at Jellico, Tennessee

A western winter view from Rarity Mountain at Jellico, Tennessee

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Parrots from rain forests can be seen perched along pathways and in house cages at the Parrot Mountain aviary.

Parrots from rain forests can be seen perched along pathways and in house cages at the Parrot Mountain Park aviary.

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This double rainbow was photographed on the John D. Rockefeller Jr Memorial Parkway near Colter Bay, Wyoming.

This double rainbow was photographed on the John D. Rockefeller Jr Memorial Parkway near Colter Bay, Wyoming.

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The sun rises on an Ozark Mountain Country cattle farm located off I44 on the gravel Sampson Road

The sun rises on an Ozark Mountain Country cattle farm located off I44 on the gravel Sampson Road

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