Majestic Photos Show What It's Like To Sit At The Edge Of The World

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How far do you have to travel to feel like you're sitting on the edge of the world?

The eerie yet beautiful photos are taken from atop mountains, in the middle of deserts and at the shore of the sea. The photographs are so spectacular because they capture the quiet tranquility of nearly empty places, and make us want to step outside to take a deep breath of fresh air. Scroll through the images below to find out what it looks like to stand at the edge of the world.

Traffic Jam at Rotang La in India
Valle de la Luna, Chile
Yellowstone National Park, USA
Nykvarn, Sweden
Preikestolen, Norway
Jokulsarlon glacier in Iceland
Northern Norway
Malibu, California
Katschberg Pass, Austria
Unspecified, Sweden
Mount Fuji, Japan
Malabar, Australia
Teide, Canary Islands
Glacier National Park, Montana
Notre-Dame-des-Prairies, Canada
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
The 'Edge of the World'
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