What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Inside Out


Photo: Luke Sutton

Between the coming COVID-19 wave and and the approaching winter weather, it seems like we’re all going to be moving back indoors. Therefore, I thought it might be nice to take a look at some of America’s most breathtaking outdoor views courtesy of the U.S. Department of the Interior. The department in charge of the nation’s parks has a feed full of peaceful, naturally-beautiful images.

Each of the magnificent photos are accompanied by well-written, informative text. I found the nature photos really interesting and positive. It being the government, of course there’s still some propaganda to be skipped over. Also, I would recommend if you’re looking for a peaceful browse, you skip the comments, no matter on which side of the political divide you fall. But all those glorious nature photos really are worth the visit.

You can see all of the Department of the Interior’s wonderful photos on Instagram and Facebook.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

15 thoughts on “Inside Out

  1. I still hold out a little hope that I can go camping again. Been to a couple of them and added the ones I have not seen to go and see. I love our State and National Parks. I live very close to Paynes Prairie State Park and it is ever-changing. Either they did feature it or Donna left it out, but every time I get to see both Yellow Stone and Grand Canyon I don’t want to leave. Haven’t been to the Everglades yet but will next year for sure. Hal

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  2. What beautiful pictures! Makes me want to rev up a RV and travel to the national parks, with a Senior Pass. Thank you for this incredible beauty today.

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  3. This land is our land ,,,this land is your land……Beautiful! and …aren’t otters just delightful.?

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  4. Oh, the sea otter–Come here, little guy, and let’s snuggle.

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  5. Hey, Donna. You’re in my backyard. New River Gorge is less than an hour away. West Virginia, Wild and Wonderful!

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  6. Oh WOW, The Milky Way over The Dinosaur National Monument is spectacular. As are all the photos! Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Nice and very helpful article, Thanks for sharing.

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