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Do These 9 Things And You'll Never Need Couples' Therapy

Marriage counselors spill their secrets (and save you a fortune on therapy bills).<p>The honeymoon may be over, but there are ways to keep the good feelings and fun times rolling—and to weather the inevitable storms without totally sinking. We talked to relationship experts who have tons of experience …

When is the best time to visit US and Canada's National Parks?

When is the best time to visit the National Parks of the US and Canada? You might think the answer would be one of the summer months. But when we looked at the 'best time to go' picks by Lonely Planet guidebook authors for the most visited and best-known parks in the US and Canada and stacked them …

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Top 10 experiences on Hawaii's Big Island

Island fever may happen elsewhere, but it's almost unheard of on Hawai'i. The aptly named Big Island is fantastically diverse, with miles of highways and - better yet - byways to explore. From age-old fishing villages to modern mega resorts, from snow-capped peaks to sandy beaches, you'll …

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Spirit Island by Mike Blank Tuesday, 3rd September 2013 This photo had quite an adventurous and interesting back story to it. Spirit Island is an amazing site to visit late in the afternoon and into evening when the light starts to get soft and casts long shadows over the emerald green Lake Maligne. The one important key to this adventure is to make sure to find the tiny campground near this island while it is still light outside, otherwise you may have to paddle all the way to the end of the super long 22km, 350ft deep, 1 degree above zero lake (most likely without the aid of sunlight) Which is exactly what we had to do soon after this photo was captured! View this on EarthShots.org: http://potd.es/17Af2yM This photographer is on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mike.blank.39 Photographer's website: http://jumpingborders.com

Adirondack Rush by Adam Baker Tuesday, 10th September 2013 Rainbow Falls in the High Peaks region of the Adirondacks bursts to life after a soaking rain. View this on EarthShots.org: http://potd.es/13FAanM This photographer is on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/adambakerphoto Photographer's website: http://www.adambakerphoto.com

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Giant’s Causeway | Northern Ireland (by Michael Breitung)

<b>Giant’s Causeway | Northern Ireland</b> (by Michael Breitung)

Lake Louise 晨光

Jiuzhaigou | China (by Allan Oman)

<b>Jiuzhaigou | China</b> (by Allan Oman)

Delicate Night by Stephen Hancock Tuesday, 27th August 2013 During my first ever visit to Arches National Park I did not want to miss the sunset and took off like a flash along the trail with my sweetheart along side. We made it about half way up and she said "there is not need to push so hard." I reminded her that I am not able to slow the sun and that we needed to press on. We made it to the top platform before the narrow trail to the arch and people were looking at me strange. I had exhausted myself and had turn a nice pasty shade of white. After a short rest I was back in action and felt great but I gained a tremendous respect for the heat and elevation gain while hiking this park. I felt so great in fact that I decided on the fly that we should outlast all the tourists to take some night shots of the Delicate Arch and do a little light painting. Looking back it might have been my internal system subliminally suggesting that I stay and rest a little longer but either way I'm glad we stuck it out and I was able to make this this shot. It's been one of my favorites ever since. View this on EarthShots.org: http://potd.es/1dkMzUz This photographer is on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UniqueCaptures Photographer's website: http://uniquecaptures.com

Spot the Shark! by Erez Marom Wednesday, 28th August 2013 A tough capture of the receding water patterns on the black beach of Jökulsárlón. It was only back home when I saw the shark! :) View this on EarthShots.org: http://potd.es/12J4vRK This photographer is on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/erezmaromphotography Photographer's website: http://www.erezmarom.com

Basalt Organ by Matthieu Parmentier Friday, 30th August 2013 Litlanesfoss is located on the same trail than the one which goes to Hengifoss waterfall. It is a big waterfall surrounded by basalt columns that looks like a "Basalt Organ". The small waterfall on the picture is situated just on top of Litlanesfoss and can be accessible only if you find a way to cross the river that the trail follows. View this on EarthShots.org: http://potd.es/16UTg9P This photographer is on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/matthieu.parmentier.photography Photographer's website: http://www.matthieuparmentier.com

Visiting Whiskey Creek Farm & Gluten-Free Bakery is 1 of 5 things you should definitely do on your next trip to Parksville, BC: http://bit.ly/12A8zUw

Journey to Canada’s secret sunshine coast

Accessible only by boat or seaplane, the British Columbia paradise is where old growth forests collide with sandy beaches and razor-tipped mountains meet the wild Pacific waters.<p>Located just northwest of Vancouver, the 180km-long Sunshine Coast is picture-perfect Canada with an island-like …

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