THESE Are The Most Incredible Images Ever Captured Of North America

THESE Are The Most Incredible Images Ever Captured Of North America

Welcome back, everybody. I think that we’re all aware that the world is filled with a lot of natural beauty. But I’m going to admit, in the history of ThinkTank, we have been more likely to highlight the beauty of countries other than our own. Perhaps it’s because we’re more used to it, so we’ve seen more of it.>>I want to explore.>>Exactly. Let’s explore our own country. Well, we’re not going to but we know Diana did, an Instagrammer at Dutchy’s life, which you can follow. Recently took a massive three month tour through North America, through the US for purposes of this.>>And Canada for the purposes of this.>>And Canada. And so, here are some of the most amazing photos that this Instagrammer took. And by the way you should check out their Instagram because there’s a ton more. Currently traveling through Iceland, I believe it is. And, very beautiful photos. So, here you’re seeing a Cypress tree tunnel in California.>>Amazing! When you->>Cool symmetry.>>Think of all the nature Nature is so cool>>How did it know to put a road there?>>No I’m not talking about the road.>>But the trees, like the way they come together.>>They’re touching.>>That canopy is beautiful.>>By the way, a short, sad note. You know the stereotypical redwood tree with the tunnel for a car to go through?>>Mm-hm.>>It was knocked over in a storm. Might end up being fake news, but that’s what I read. Anyway, very sad.>>Oddly enough if it hadn’t had that tunnel carved in it, it might have withstood the storm.>>[LAUGH]>>Anyway, the Athabasca Falls in Canada. Very beautiful there. Very dangerous photo.>>Look at the water!>>Yes.>>Amazing!>>I fear for [INAUDIBLE] But yeah, very beautiful. You see that one tree’s just hanging in there on the edge!>>I mean the fact that nature itself can just->>Yeah.>>Produce that is->>Also I love the vertical framing of the photo, really plays up how high they are. Emerald Lake in Canada.>>Another beautiful lake.>>Nice foreground elements there, and cool use of lighting.>>Mm-hm.>>Very beautiful Horseshoe Bend, Arizona. I’ve seen this before, but that is very cool. Very wide-angle lens used there, you can see, the fish eye look.>>And just way the sky looks like ominous, and the colors, I mean just really well done.>>Looks like God’s about to smite the horseshoe. And then there’s some greenery too. That’s cool. In five years there’ll be no water in that spot. The Subway, Utah.>>Very cool rock formation.>>Doesn’t look like it’s running though. Also a pack of Russian dogs, anyways, that’s a thing from another video.>>A joke from a different video.>>Yeah, but very beautiful there, and I believe this is a long exposure photo, it looks like there’s water flowing in the beginning. That’s been like blurred out. And also, I see the reason I did that is because probably pitch black in all of that photo normally. Last Dollar Road, Colorado.>>Again, look at those colors like nature just produces that. That’s amazing. That’s incredible.>>What I like about this one is that some of them are just these natural formations that you’re not gonna see in a lot of places. America’s filled with roads like this. You can take this sort of photo. I’m from the northeast, and people would come to the northeast in the fall to see the leaves change, and start to fall and everything. Lot of natural beauty that doesn’t require unique geological formations. However, Bryce Canyon, Utah.>>Yeah. I’ve been there. It’s amazing.>>It’ looks like a parade of rocks walking. Like one and then three coming, it’s like three women like how long together. But very beautiful there using the snow but also the evergreens.>>Nature just made that.>>It did.>>How?>>It made it for us.>>It’s amazing.>>So, look very beautiful, ha. One of my resolutions is to take more photos. And I do find this to be inspiring.>>Yeah.>>And so I want to do this. I can’t travel around.>>I think it’s really inspiring, too. For a lot of people in the US, right or in Canada. Who, I think there’s just people who get upset, right? Maybe they don’t have the finances for travel and things like that but there’s so many places you can travel in your own>>That aren’t far.>>Country that aren’t far, that don’t cost a lot of money, you know, national parks don’t cost a lot of money to go to, that are just really astoundingly beautiful, right? And so that should encourage you to do some traveling within your own neck of the woods.>>Totally.>>Or go into the woods.>>I plan to myself. Go into the woods, they did. So if you would like to see more of these photos as goes through Iceland. You can to to, that’s D-U-T-C-H-I-E-S-L-I-F-E, so amazing landscape photography there. Thanks for joining us guys. [MUSIC]

Dereck Turner

33 thoughts on “THESE Are The Most Incredible Images Ever Captured Of North America

  1. Saint718 says:

    Dont know what to comment so….. First!!!!

  2. Seb Br4un says:

    wow i

  3. aguila7686 says:

    Love you guys.

  4. NoGravity says:

    did she go to Mexico also?

  5. Athena Bonner says:

    love u guys

  6. Lubna Javed says:


  7. Jack Frost says:

    says we're going to look at our own country sees pictures of other countries

  8. ThatNuggaRic says:


  9. Plain Ariana says:

    Can someone tell me how she spells that dutchess life ? I can't find her acc if I don't know how to spell it

  10. Anthony Range says:

    John: "The world is full of a lot of natural beauty……"

    Me (talking to My tablet): Yeah, and it's sitting right there to Your right John. Hannah is a natural beauty! You lucky S.O.B., being able to work with someone Who's so smart, talented, and stunningly beautiful.

  11. Hyonjun Lee says:

    love the hair and glasses hannah

  12. TheTarutau says:

    Nature is a beast is it not. I am always fascinated by its symbiotic aspects. Take the marijuana plant for instance it is my belief that it is no accident that it has such beneficial effects. It's a give and take relationship. Hence why vegans trouble me. There was a time when apes did not eat much meat but for our brains to evolve a diet with a higher fat content may have been in order. Ideals labels and concepts… oh well this is just an opinion anyway. saw a meme that has the logo, this is my patronus, and the accompanying picture is stitch. Lmao.

  13. Dylan B. says:

    I love how it says California for the first picture but just Canada not the provinces in the others :/

  14. Extra Rare says:

    Hannah should be on this list

  15. Swissair Guh says:

    I thought it was Korea

  16. Michelle wright says:

    first one looks like the northern ireland game of thrones thing!!!!!! where in Cananda was this picture taken πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  17. BL4CK KN1G8T says:

    The first one isn't natural, those trees were planted there and they arch over like that because of truck and they need to be trimmed to prevent RTAs.

  18. Annatar says:

    2:56 looks like Lothlorien

  19. Beck Cetera says:

    Dontcha hate when they just put "Canada" instead of the specific province when they are able to say what state the photos from the USA are from? Canada is pretty much the same size as the US….FYI. Here I'll help ya out:
    Athabasca Falls is located in Alberta.
    Emerald Lake is located in British Columbia (not far from where I grew up!)

  20. Yojimbo413 says:

    Really? The MOST?

  21. Jiggaboo Hunter says:

    Can't lie Hannah looks sexy with those glassy

  22. Quintessential says:

    Like the new hair Hannah

  23. SleeperHonda says:

    Hannah is astoundingly beautiful

  24. Jim Ass says:

    I want that Bernie shirt.

  25. Sean Anderson says:

    Yo you guys are so entertaining and fun to watch, love all your videos keep up the great content, appreciate the hard work and effort you guys put in to your videos

  26. joseph potton says:

    could you guys help me get to America if it's so beautiful😊

  27. heroinhero69 says:

    Mexico is also part of north america….racist!!

  28. XxAngelWinsxX says:

    You see people from the US? how come you think the US is "america", but the US + Canada means "north america"? is that logical? isn't your "america" a wrong use of the name to refer to a country (the US)?. You have here a simple example of the real / logical use of the word "america", it refers to a continent, not a country. Hard for people from the US to understand / accept what every other country knows.

  29. Stonemansteve II says:

    Hannah, baby, you & I together would be a picture perfect couple!! Almost as nice as that hot little ass of yours!!!

  30. Lola Anthony says:

    Is it just me or isn't it a bit annoying that they only used two countries of the continent and also when they mentioned canada they didn't give the province but the gave the states for all the United States ones. I would have loved to see more of North America not just 3 country.

  31. Guido Diana says:

    Haha thanks for the shoutout guys.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *