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12.3k points · 11 days ago

Has to be Switzerland

A train ride like this from Venice to Zurich was the first time a landscape brought me to tears. Fell in love with the little garden plots outside the city. Such an interesting culture and beautiful place.

Dammit, 26 years later I learn from you that I took this very route only was stupid enough to travel by night.

I'm kind of in your camp, but was stupid enough to travel by blackout drunk :/

364 points · 10 days ago

At least you were probably blown away at the time.

184 points · 10 days ago

Or the whole world was spinning and the only thing he noticed was that his shoelaces were untied.

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You (probably) still had a great time

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Made the same mistake 27 years ago. Woke up, couldn’t get back to sleep... walked into the hallway of the train and opened up a window for some cool night air only to witness this exact breathtaking outline illuminated in the glow of the moon and the faint yellow village lights. Insomnia finally pays off!

I had a similar moment on a USA to Dubai flight, where I couldn't sleep and stood at the back of the plane to watch HUUUUUGE fields of ice (possibly Greenland) pass below us. I'm not religious but I definitely sent up a "please if you're going to make me crash, anywhere but here" prayer!

11 points · 10 days ago

On our flight from Seattle to Iceland we also passed over Greenland and it was, in all sense of the word, awesome. I was completely dumbfounded.

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84 points · 10 days ago

I did this train trip when I was like 22 with my girlfriend. I begged to change plans and get off the train in one of the swiss mountain towns. No idea what we'd have done or where we'd have stayed, but I wanted to be there.

I stayed in one of those Swiss mountain towns about 13 years ago. It was wonderful.

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My first was Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park. You can look at the best picture by the best photographer to ever visit there, and yet it does the view absolutely zero justice.

20 points · 10 days ago

I lived at the rocky mountain gateway on that road, in a little on site cabin. I literally have deer mountain and the peaks near it tattood above my heart. I'll get back there someday.

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26 points · 10 days ago

Iceland to me. Really cried watching where I was driving.

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Took this route last week on the Bernini express. We stopped in St. Moritz for two days. The scenery was truly spectacular. Although it did remind me of an amplified version of home (from the Seattle area)

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Sounds like a nice journey

This isn't the route OP took but here's another train ride through Switzerland: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reQIWxID9JM

That sounds nice. What kind of route did you take? I’d like to do a train ride like that.

It was the fastest route straight from Venice to Zurich, I'm not sure what it might have been called or any other details. I cant recommend it enough. The streams forming down the towering snow capped mountains to collect into a river in the valley, the little garden plots with shacks belonging to people living in flats in the city with no land so they go out to the country so they can do some gardening...its simply breathtaking.

One of the coolest train rides I've ever been on was where we DROVE onto the train car and went up a mountain. We were driving from Zurich to Italy. We found this tiny town that ended up in a travel magazine a couple months ago too. Really neat drive. It was a little scary at first since we didn't understand what was going on until the train actually started moving.

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45 points · 10 days ago

Wenger out

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36 points · 10 days ago

Didn't know where it was, but as a Swiss I just knew it was Switzerland.

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Thank you!!

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Original Poster190 points · 11 days ago

Yes, it's the Wengernalpbahn in Switzerland. Check this video, around min 25: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfSsP706mR4

is switzerland expensive to travel to? if i’m interested in nature areas like this. not interested in expensive museum tours and shopping.

Getting there is kinda cheap. Fly to Basel or Zürich. Hotels are expensive, but you can get good AirBnBs in the cities for under SFR100. Same goes for the countryside.
Food and other daily stuff is expensive as hell.

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If you buy everything from Migros (or other cheaper store) and don't splurge on every kind of Bergkäse and Bündnerfleisch it's not really expensive. I did though, i didn't go there to not eat their food, and it didn't kill my budget or anything.

Every time i visit, my biggest spendings are: housing ($1k/2weeks), flight ($400), SwissPass ($500).

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118 points · 11 days ago

Have you been to Switzerland? Recently I've seen so many pictures of that place and I've changed my mind about where I want to travel when I get the chance. Switzerland takes the cake.

40 points · 11 days ago

I've been. Its great, incredibly beautiful, most people I met there were really nice. A lot of stuff there can be very expensive though.

The weather can be kinda crazy depending on where and when you go. Got snowed in at Zermatt during the wintertime because there are no cars there, and the only way up or down is a train and an avalanche fell on the tracks, had to take a helicopter to leave after being stuck there for like 3 days.

41 points · 10 days ago

What i got from that is helicopter.

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Switzerland is great. So are all pristine alpine regions though!!

Innsbruck is pretty damn cool. Really, anywhere in the Tirol.

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Original Poster81 points · 11 days ago

It's f*cking amazing. I just wish it could be cheaper.

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Agreed, their only downfall is being like the most expensive country in the world. Everything costs sooo much, I got a quarter pounder meal from McDonalds in Lucerne a couple years ago and it was like $18

Edit: Second most expensive country in the world behind Bermuda, I was curious so I looked it up

92 points · 10 days ago

Being from Switzerland, going anywhere else, everything is so cheap!

Haha yeah I bet it's nice for you to travel, just making it rain in foreign countries

11 points · 10 days ago

Nah, we just drink ourselves silly and then wonder why we still have money left the next morning.

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Ahah same here. I'm 10mijutes from Italy and plenty of swiss people from around here shops in italy supermarkets for this reason.

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Have you been to Iceland in winter? A meal costs $100.

I loved Iceland but I spent $40AUD on a personal pizza and I wanted to cry at the price, which is saying something coming from an Australian.

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Yeah, went in April with my mom. We bought the tickets on impulse because they were super cheap! $500 round trip from LAX!!

...Then I looked up hostels/ stuff to do.

...oops!

No, but we had an awesome time, I just did nothing but work and sleep and eat rice and beans for the month or two leading up to the trip to stockpile my money, and we bought food at the market and cooked at the hostel.

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A meal can cost $300 in LA. I need the price of a quarter pounder with cheese in iceland to scale how expensive it is.

*Royale with cheese

9 points · 10 days ago

Not a quarter pounder, but the big mac index is a real thing.

https://www.statista.com/statistics/274326/big-mac-index-global-prices-for-a-big-mac/

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Why is ice so expensive over there

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I was there 2 years ago. It is so amazingly gorgeous! I have a friend that lives there and got to visit for 2 weeks. I really hope to go again.

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Looks like Jersey.

145 points · 11 days ago

Nah. Definitely Texas.

Dallas, Tx

Can confirm.

Source: I live in Dallas.

User name checks out

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8 points · 10 days ago

Over there by Dolphin and 30

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98 points · 11 days ago · edited 10 days ago

Looks like kleine Scheidegg, Switzerland.

Edit: I know it was a joke, just thought people might wanna know where it actually is

Looks like East Orange, New Jersey.

110 points · 11 days ago

Ahhh, I was going to say either Newark or Secaucus, but I think you may be right.

51 points · 11 days ago

Secaucus is heaven compared to East Orange or some part of Newark.

I've heard horror stories, yeah.

Giovanni's makes Secaucus worth it, after all. That chicken parm alone ...

This is definitely the NJ Transit train right after leaving Newark Penn

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Nah. Definitely downtown Camden

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I was thinking Camden or Elizabeth.

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One time on a road trip, I pulled off in East Orange for gas. It was scary how beautiful it was. Too much beauty for me, couldn't get back on the highway fast enough.

Definitely Irvington

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Nope, definitely Jersey

Plot twist, it's Wyoming and you have all been fooled.

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Not old enough. Looks more like New Jersey.

When you’re high on meth everything looks like Jersey.

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I love New Jersey this time of year

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871 points · 11 days ago · edited 10 days ago

Anyone know how to make one of those stabilized panoramics?

Edit: hey thanks for all the replies! A couple of you posted exactly what I was lookin for. Thanks!

84 points · 10 days ago · edited 10 days ago

As close as I could get in 5 minutes. With some tweaking I'm sure it could be better.

Used Microsoft's Image Composite Editor.

Edit: This one is a bit better, I think.

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1.0k points · 11 days ago

I have stabilized the video for you: https://gfycat.com/DiscreteNegligibleIrukandjijellyfish

It took 81 seconds to process and 59 seconds to upload.


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I'm constantly blown away by how good this bot is.

Best bot on Reddit.

You don’t prefer the haiku bot that doesn’t know how to count syllables?

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good bot

He just practicing his stabbin'

I love stabbin!

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Hmmm, it was pretty stable already

Clever bot though

43 points · 10 days ago

Good bot

54 points · 10 days ago

GREAT bot.

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12 points · 10 days ago

Good bot

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41 points · 10 days ago

I think they meant the thing where it tracks the image across the screen so that you end up with an ultra wide image from the frames of the video.

Great work! Just a cursory glance here, but it looked successful to me.

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is that what this is? there's some kind of warping happening around the edges that makes me kind of nauseous to watch. not like it's gross, but it literally makes me dizzy.

12 points · 10 days ago

That’s just the wide angle lens.

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15 points · 10 days ago

I know someone replied with stabot, but I think you meant where it uses the video to create an ultra wide panorama right?

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629 points · 11 days ago

10/10 wouldn’t mind waiting out WW3 there.

191 points · 11 days ago · edited 10 days ago

im sure some did for WW2

Edit: Nevermind it was an open-air internment camp for allied prisoners

https://wikivisually.com/wiki/Wengernalp

137 points · 10 days ago

WW2 never came to Switzerland, too complicated to invade. Plus you don't attack your banker.

That's why he said "waiting out"... :)

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612 points · 11 days ago

was expecting a gag, nope, just majestic fucking mountains

My best guess was two goats having sex, but it was just scenery.

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4.8k points · 11 days ago

*some of us live in a beautiful world.

1.5k points · 11 days ago · edited 10 days ago

Relatable. I'm currently residing in the Midwestern US, which is beautiful if you enjoy looking at endless rows of corn..

edit: woke up to a full inbox and want to clarify. I don't hate everything about the Midwest; it has its charm, and there are some truly beautiful places up by Superior and in the Driftless Area closer to where I live. But as someone who grew up in places like CO/MT/WA, the scenery and nature opportunities out here are pretty underwhelming compared to what I'm used to.

762 points · 11 days ago

A lot of people don't do the Midwest justice. The great lakes region and Northern Minnesota are some of the most beautiful places in the world. But if you live in a place like Iowa then I can understand.

520 points · 11 days ago

I grew up in the midwest, and it has it's own special kind of beauty. It's not the beautiful snow-capped mountains or the breath-taking grand canyon, but it's got lots of wide-open space, beautiful plains, the simple beauty of farmland, etc. I personally prefer other kinds of beauty, but I won't ever say it's ugly. Some parts of it are, but so are parts of everywhere. I mean, we've all got assholes.

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I live in southern sk, I don't know if that's considered mid western. But I do know what you mean by the storms, they are beautiful and terrifying at the same time. When a good one comes rolling in we usually sit in the enclosed deck (roof/screens) or the car port and just watch it all happen. It's amazing to watch.

18 points · 10 days ago

I think just a porch can spoil the shit out of anybody. my mom and I sat on our porch eating dinner during a downpour and as long as the rain isn't sideways it's all good. it's almost surreal feeling the stormy air from a short distance.

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55 points · 10 days ago · edited 10 days ago

Oh lord, yes.

That's something that the wide open countryside does better than anywhere else. Summer thunderstorms on the plains are a thing of beauty that's hard to find the equal of anywhere else.

Visuals alone can't even do them justice. It's a whole sensory experience. The sound of thunder, the reverberation in your chest, the sense of electricity in your skin, the smell of both the earth and the sky opening themselves. It's a whole thing. I've seen people raised on the coast duck away terrified by a proper summer storm. There's just no way to know it without being there for yourself.

I don't think I could live someplace that doesn't have proper thunderstorms.

Having grown up in Oklahoma and living on the coasts, both east and west, I can confirm that no storms compare. They are the things I missed the most, not the small showers, but the truly powerful ecstatic storms that would be something you could just go out and dance and chant with the thunder and lightning. The people I know who have grown up in the coats though do freak out when we get those storms rolling through even well before it gets to the levels of a glorious storm or a tornado event.

Beautiful description. I love the sound of thunder, but a Midwestern thunderstorm does sound terrifyingly awesome.

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Did you know that lightning can be blue? And incredibly blinding when you're driving on the highway?

You do when you're in the midwest.

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27 points · 10 days ago

This. People always think I'm crazy when I tell them that I know a storm is gonna be bad by the color of the sky. A really bad storm makes the clouds and sky look a sickly kind of green, and I've never seen that color in the sky without a real fucking nasty one rolling through. It comes from growing up in the Midwest. We have storms that poor pretty hard and have high winds, and people get nervous while I just laugh and tell them how we had weekly tornado drills in elementary school just in case and watched storms that almost bent full-grown trees far enough to touch branches to the ground out my window. They were a thing of awe.

Now we get a tornado warning where I live and people freak out while I go about my day wondering what they're all bitching and moaning about. Tropical storms? Yeah, you're about as bad as a heavy day in Missouri, but I survived those no sweat. The only thing that gets me sweating is hurricanes, and I can thank the prairie storms for that one.

FYI clouds turn green when there are large ice crystals (hail) in them.

7 points · 10 days ago

Neat. I never knew that, but it makes sense. Cold fronts moving into areas of warmer air would indeed lead to some nasty storms. Cool to know some more of the science behind it. Seems like most people aren't able to pick the color out for some reason though, which is most of the reason I get told I'm crazy.

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That's how I felt about Florida. I never was one for the beaches, but the inland swamps and marshes I really miss. The black water full of alligators and snakes. The cypress and oak trees hundreds of years old laden with Spanish moss blowing in the light breeze.

It was hell at night though. I lived right in the middle of the swamp, and if i decided to go sleepwalking I could have walked off of my porch into the black watery abyss below and disappeared into the mud forever. Florida panthers sound like a woman screaming when they howl. Sometimes you could hear that all night.

In the evening, when the sun sets just below the horizon and the orange glow casts it's last light on the swamp and the outlines of the trees blend together, your eyes start to play tricks on you. A piece of Spanish moss waving in the breeze might look at a man peeking at you from around a tree.

When I see things like that I have no doubt things like the Skunk Ape take root in natures deception and the fear your mind decides to impart.

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This guy doesn’t toss salads.

Salad? Never heard of that cut of meat.

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True that. Michigan has some fantastic places. Most people hear Michigan and think of shitty parts of Detroit.

The UP is gorgeous. We used to camp every summer at Pictured Rocks and I've never seen water so clear, or so cold...

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Sucks for them 😏

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I frequent the boundary waters in MN and couldn’t agree more

15 points · 10 days ago

My house cost 130k.

4 bedrooms 3 bath. 4000sqft

2 acres

My keys are still in the ignition in my driveway.

I love Iowa and the people who make up this state.

Except the western half, fuck Steve king

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Iowa isn't bad. The driftless region on the Mississippi is gorgeous. I have a shirt somewhere that says something like "Iowa! Let us exceed your low expectations!"

9 points · 10 days ago · edited 10 days ago

There's some cool ass places on the west side on the Missouri that are really fucking pretty. With huge bluffs and endless rolling forests.

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Chicago has a more picturesque and better maintained waterfront than any coastal town in the U.S.

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Look up. Not everyone gets the same view of the sky as us.

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Just because it's not literally outside your window doesn't mean there arent amazing landscapes.

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Some live in a society

Gamers rise up

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Correct. Not all of us can afford to see the beautiful parts.

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Yeah, the concrete jungle I live in isn't beautiful to me, it's just depressing for the most part. I'd love to live in a place as beautiful as what's in the gif though.

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920 points · 11 days ago · edited 10 days ago

This is Canton of Bern In Switzerland north face of the alps...edit: Wengernalp

I understood some of those words.

102 points · 10 days ago

Switzerland main subdivisions are called "cantons". It's the equivalent of US states. This one is called "Bern", the biggest of them (6000km sq., almost the size of Delaware). The train is the "Wengeralp" (correct spelling). Wenger is a famous last name in Switzerland, mainly because one of the two Swiss Army Knife brands is called like that. But that is not related, because the train has its name from the town Wengen, which it is currently going to in the movie above. Interestingly, that town is not connected to the road system.

The mountain you see is the Jungfrau, the "Young Lady", because of its shape from a certain angle (not this one).

I'm sure you know that frequent repost about a waterfall above a town (http://i.imgur.com/aStzCdI.gifv), the train is on top of that cliff.

I'm not sure what else I can explain to you... Except the fact that... Hmm, no, you wouldn't be interested.

41 points · 10 days ago

Actually the biggest canton is „Graubunden“ with 7.100 km sq. smart ass mode off

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I have to correct you. The „Jungfrau“ means „Virgin“ in english ;)

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This is Tall of Rocks In Switzerland north face of the alps...edit: Winerschnitzel

There you go, I translated for you.

19 points · 10 days ago

I understood the last word.

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I really need teleportation powers. Lunch in the Alps, then back to work. Somebody’s working on that, right?

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14 points · 10 days ago

Wow, Arsene has a club and a town named after him

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1.7k points · 11 days ago

Yeah we do, yeah we do.

Bones sinking like stones, all that we’ve fought for ...

Homes, places we've grown

55 points · 10 days ago

All of us are done, for

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r/Coldplay is leaking

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223 points · 11 days ago

Exactly where my brain went with it!

Haha, me too! Was gonna comment with that, but of course another Redditor got to it before I did.

The guitar work on the album is often overlooked and genuinely incredible. Great album.

That album is one of my favorites. Not only for the aforementioned reason, but because of the raw emotion I feel each time. This and Opeth were in my rotation fairly heavily during a sad period in my life.

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First track of the Garden State Soundtrack

My favorite movie and favorite soundtrack.

16 points · 10 days ago

Also the first track on the best Coldplay album, Parachutes.

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12 points · 10 days ago

I bought it in November 2000 on a school trip to NYC. Still one of my favorite albums ever.

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42 points · 11 days ago

I love Coldplay! :D

plays parachutes

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Came here to comment this but looks like I was late. Great song

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13 points · 10 days ago

Whenever I play guitar I reflexively play the first chord from this song. I literally can’t stop myself.

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Welp I know what I’m falling asleep to tonight 🎶

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I went looking for this in the comments. Mission accomplished.

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Holy sweet, fancy Moses. This is absolutely unreal!

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You live in a beautiful world. I live in Missouri.

I live in Houston...flat....mud puddles...

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Skyrim mods looking real good these days.

Nah, man.

This is Elder Scrolls VI in beautiful 8K resolution.

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104 points · 10 days ago

Time to spam the jump button.

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this isn’t the trailer for VI? I was waiting for the text to pop up

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This is that mountainside map in Battlefield 1

Monte Grappa!

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Not enough sniper glint.

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Thanks Coldplay

Was hoping somebody would recognize that reference even if it wasn’t intended to be one.. still one of my fav songs

Link?

Dont panic ~Coldplay from their first album.

Its in the refrain right at the beginning.

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10 points · 10 days ago

Came to the comments for this... Started singing straight away

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260 points · 11 days ago

We live in a society

Here it is

ctrl + f

10 points · 10 days ago

Rise up

Soup time

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123 points · 11 days ago

False they live in a beautiful world, have you seen Atlantic City nj lately

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23 points · 11 days ago

"yeah we do yeah we do.."

Wow- where is this?

Original Poster262 points · 11 days ago

Placing high quality fresh gif then posting funny meme in same thread?

Is tradition!

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12 points · 10 days ago

if you ever go to zurich take the tour to jungfruajoch. this view is on the way back and stops in lauterbrunnen, another popular earthporny post.

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57 points · 11 days ago

That view is insane. I'm not a morning a person, but I think I would be if waking up to that in the morning.

20 points · 11 days ago

You can stay in the tiny little darling towns that the cogwheel train goes to. It's magic to open the curtains in the morning and see this!

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Yeah we do yeah we do

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12 points · 11 days ago

These Skyrim mods are getting extremely crazy.

13 points · 11 days ago

This is a sweet Bob Ross painting.

25 points · 11 days ago

If only the middle of Massachusetts was anywhere close to this.

16 points · 11 days ago

There's the giant ass hill in Millbury they built for the Pike/146/20 exchange.

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Thank you OP, very cool!

Anybody else get Coldplay stuck in their head after reading the title?

Yes we do

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After growing up in the ridiculously boring midwest USA, when I was younger I swore I'd move somewhere with scenery. Any scenery. Mountains are a bonus. It is so flat and boring here, a few small hills are an exciting landscape feature.

But here I am getting close to 40, I have a family, and I still live in the boring-ass midwest USA.

Sigh.

I just moved from the Midwest to the Pacific Northwest. Incredible views everywhere. But life is basically the same. Still gotta go to work, still gotta do errands and file taxes. And I no longer have that "ah everything would be so much better if I lived there!" fantasy to fall back on. Now it's like.. okay.. now what? Also, because everything is so insanely beautiful, it becomes commonplace and you get desensitized. If I was in the Midwest and found a place that looked like my backyard does in the pnw, I'd probably go there weekly and be amazed. But here, it's neat but so is everything else so it loses its power. There's actually an area not too far from me that's flat farmland and I like going there because it's very calming and peaceful to me. Being able to see out to the horizon gives this feeling of excitement for what's beyond. Mountains and hills can get a little claustrophobic. Dense forests can start to feel chaotic and unorganized. Something about the simplicity and organization of rows of crops relaxes me.

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32 points · 11 days ago

i thought filming vertical is a sin :(

beautiful view though

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Too bad I'm too poor to see most of it not that I don't try to go see things. I got lucky because I live in the beautiful state Utah, but I don't have much hope to see anything outside of it.

28 points · 11 days ago

Count yourself lucky. In terms of natural beauty Utah has some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes.

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I remember I went to Yosemite with an old friend. We deove there and it had been raining and storming all the way there and when we finally arrived, it was night time. When we woke up, we realized our hotel was right next to this mountain that had just been covered in snow. It was like a dream.

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I like trains.

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THE HILLLLLLSSSSSSS ARE ALLLLLLLIVE WITH THE SOUND OF MUUUUUUUUSSSSSIIIC

That just burst forth from my soul watching this. Good grief what a sight.

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