If you want to be like Pink Floyd and discover the Dark Side of the Moon, there’s one place that you should go: Craters of the Moon National Monument. Located in Acro, Idaho, this National Park might seem a little tame compared to it’s counterpart in Yellowstone. This geographical features has been changing for over 30 million years and makes you think about your own existence on the Earth. With mountains becoming taller, the lava impressions that were formed are simply stunning. This isn’t a place to go for excitement, but for quiet reflection and existential thought. Do you think Pink Floyd had this in mind when they were writing their album?
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