- Mt. Sukakpak - the rugged and very steep slope and peaks of Sukakpak Mountain, beside the Dalton Highway in Alaska, partially covered with snow. Picture by NOAA.
- Mount Fuji 1 - Japan's most famous mountain, with its summit and slopes almost fully covered with snow, in a sunny winter day. Picture by Michael Washburn, USAF.
- Lush Mountains - lush green sunlit mountain slopes, then more and higher mountains inland, along the east coast of Spain.
- Wooden Cross - a large wooden cross at the top of a steep and narrow green mountain summit in Switzerland overlooking the forested valley below. Picture by Inna Fainitsky.
- Cliff - a steep rocky cliff high over the deep blue sea below, seen from a higher point above.
- Annapurna - a view of mount Annapurna in the Himalayas, one of the highest in the world, its snow cover lit by the sun under perfectly clear blue sky. Picture by Lev Glick.
- Mesa - the vertical slope of a red rock mesa, lit by the sun before sunset. Picture by Janet Ward, NOAA.
- Togwotee Pass - the rugged summit line and near vertical slopes of Togwotee Pass, Wyoming, still with plentiful snow on a clear early summer day. Picture by David Goodrich, NOAA.
- Devil's Tower - the famous and unique Devil's Tower mountain in Wyoming. Picture by Jerry Penry, NOAA.
- Ice pinnacles - a line of tall ice covered pinnacles, lit from right by the sun under dark blue sky, and snow covered peaks in the background. Picture by USFWS.
- Mount Fuji 2 - a close view of the white summit and dark slopes of Mount Fuji, Japan's most famous mountain. Picture by Bryan Reckard, USN.
- Mt. Rempart, Mauritius - the dark serrated peaks of Mt. Rempart, Mauritius, seen from the Tamarin Bay ocean beach at west Mauritius.
- Mount St. Helens - mount St. Helens emits steam and ash from its volcanic summit crater, seen from an aircraft above. Picture by Scott Taylor, USN.
- Forest fire - massive flames and smoke on a Southern California mountain side, as seen from a C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft acting as a water bomber. Picture by Dennis W. Goff, USAF.
- Volcanic eruption - red hot lava and black ash erupts from the side of mount Etna in Sicily, Italy, and a stream of lava flows down. Picture by Richard W. Williams, USN.
- Kamchatka Volcano - a large snow covered pyramid shaped volcano, towering high above the clouds at its base, Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. Picture by NOAA.
- Iceland 1 - brown volcanic landscape with patches of ice in Iceland. Picture by Avihai Diamantov.
- Iceland 2 - red brown volcanic land, white water vapor, gray sky make this Icelandic landscape look like it's on another planet. Picture by Avihai Diamantov.
- Rugged ridge 1 - The rugged and steep brown red mountains of biblical Edom, North East of the Gulf of Eilat.
- Rugged ridge 2 - a more distant panoramic view of the same rugged mountain ridge, showing more sky at the top of the picture.
- The Andes - a view further upwards to the top of Aconcagua mountain in the high Chilean Andes Mountains. Picture by NOAA.
- Remote Volcanoes 1 - an aerial view of snow covered volcanoes in the Kamchatka Peninsula at the far eastern end of Russia, one of the most remote places on Earth. Picture by NOAA.
- Remote Volcanoes 2 - a little closer aerial view of a snow covered volcano in the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East. Picture by NOAA.
- Tip of South America - a view of the mountains from The Inside Passage, near the southern tip of the South American continent. Picture by NOAA.
- Kilimanjaro - towering high above the white cloud cover, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, seen here from an airliner's cockpit.
- Montenegro - a small village in a beautiful green valley between rugged green and gray mountains in Montenegro. Picture by Hans Schreuder.
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