Sunset Crater, created nearly a thousand years ago by a volcano that erupted 850 feet into the air, and its younger and smaller sibling, Lenox Crater, serve as examples of the incredible power of nature.
Seventeen thousand waterfalls have been identified in the United States. While some are enormous in scale and size, others are nothing more than trickles of water cascading down a rocky cliff face, regardless of how big or small they may be. But they all have an undeniable allure, frequently offering peace and solitude in the great outdoors.
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