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The wonderful thing about online reviews is that you will find both five-star and one-star reviews for the exact same product, and this includes America’s most pristine and majestic natural wonders—the National Parks. Most of the bad reviews stem from people complaining about petty stuff. Some didn’t like the watery coffee at the visitor center. Others couldn’t find a parking spot. For others, the day was too hot or too cloudy.

When designer Amber Share read these one-star reviews, she decided to “put a positive, fun spin on such a negative mindset” by creating a set of travel posters for the National Parks highlighting the bad reviews.

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© Amusing Planet, 2020.


The Prime Meridian At The Royal Observatory, Greenwich
The Prime Meridian At The Royal Observatory, Greenwich
The Primeval Beech Forests of Shirakami Sanchi
The Primeval Beech Forests of Shirakami Sanchi
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The Principality of Sealand, or How to Start Your Own Country
The Pseudocraters of Iceland
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The Pyramid Tomb of Nicholas Cage
The Pyramid Tomb of Nicholas Cage
The Quarantine Quarters of Dubrovnik
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The Rabbit Proof Fence of Australia
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