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In this blog you can find world of incredible nature, neon green river, snow photos from nat geo, bizarre creatures under the see, wonderful houses made out of recycled materials, precious natural stones and more. This blog always will be renewed.

The Most Incredible Geysers on Earth

Castle GeyserPhoto:
Textbook case with rainbow – Castle Geyser, Yellowstone National Park:
Image: Mila Zinkova
Regardless of whether cone-shaped or more like fountains, geysers are a remarkable natural phenomenon. They are rare too as they need an almost perfect balance of heat and water conditions and the right rock and channeling. We’ve picked out the best spots for geyser spotting around the world…
Iceland is a good place to start:

Hawaii’s Beautiful Yet Strangely Coloured Beaches

Red Sand BeachPhoto:
Image via jaqwencoast
Black, green, yellow, red – not the colours of a traffic signal but the amazing variety of Hawaiian beaches. Yes, in certain areas of the islands, you will find beaches with sand in all these colours... and we got incredible pictures to prove it.
Sand is nothing but fine granules of divided rock and mineral particles. Depending on the geological characteristics of a region, its sand can contain more of minerals like quartz, shell or coral fragments, iron, small gemstones and other contents.

10 Most Incredible Natural Arches On Earth

Delicate_Arch,_Arches_National ParkPhoto:
Photo: howardignatius
We humans sometimes seem to think we’ve got it all sown up as the premiere architects on this planet, but Nature is actually well ahead when it comes to constructing wonders of design emerging from the landscape. Take the arch, for example. While it was only a few millennia ago that humankind began to build these impressive structures, Mother Earth has been moulding them for millions of years.
Get your hiking boots on; we’re taking a trip to find the most amazing of these natural formations the earth has to offer, with points awarded for both size and splendour.

The Turquoise Waters of the Middle East's Largest Salt Lake

Salt crystals at Lake UrmiaPhoto:
Image: Ehsan Mahdiyan
Lake Urmia is a salt lake in northwestern Iran – the largest in the Middle East – known for its glittering turquoise waters and dozens of small, rocky islands. The lake is cherished by man and beast alike: People ascribe healing properties to the lake’s many minerals; and birds like flamingos, pelicans, storks, ibises and many others appreciate it as a food stop on their migration routes.

A Short Rough Guide to the Big Lonely Planet

Sunset at Cemaes BayPhoto: Phil Williams
If you have some spare cash and no commitments tying you down or holding you up, enjoy the luxury of that unfettered freedom and just simply travel for the sheer joy of it. You don’t need to be on a mission to save the world – just to see it and be a part of it. Save up your pennies for unforgettable peripatetic experiences that will enrich your life immeasurably more than if you had spent those pennies on fast food, booze and impulse purchases (or whatever else your disposable income might be frittered away on). Allow yourself to break away from the humdrum routine of the everyday grind once in a while, and open your eyes and your mind to a whole host of new environments, new cultures and new experiences, many of which you could never have imagined or anticipated – and all of which will provide you with priceless memories for the rest of your life.
Aim to visit all seven continents in your lifetime, using every possible mode of transport – walking, cycling, aeroplane, helicopter, boat, hovercraft, train, tram, car, bus, campervan, husky-sledge, skis, surfboard, horse-drawn carriage, tuk-tuk, gondola, rickshaw, scooter, horse, camel, elephant… you are limited only by your imagination (and, much more boringly, your budget). Don’t allow yourself to become stuck in a rut or caught up in your own tiny microcosmic bubble: talk to other travellers and get inspired by travel blogs and books. Be ambitious, intrepid and spontaneous. Pole to pole this awesome planet is almost 25,000 miles in circumference, with almost seven billion inhabitants, millions of species of wildlife, 57.5 million square miles of land mass and trillions of gallons of ocean. What are you waiting for?
To quote Mark Twain: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness…So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

The Luminous Beauty of Norway's Northern Lights

Aurora Over NorwayPhoto: Nasa
The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, attracts thousands of sky-gazers throughout the year. This stunning atmospheric phenomenon can be experienced in the polar regions, with the auroral zone covering northern Scandinavia, Canada, Alaska and the northern coast of Siberia. Norway is a particularly popular destination for tourists who wish to see these ethereal light displays, and northerly regions such as Tromsø, Finnmark, Alta and Harstad are likely to offer you the best vantage point, especially between November and February when the evenings are darkest and so the effect ever more brilliant and breathtaking. (Unsurprisingly, Christmas cruises along the majestic Norwegian fjords are usually fully booked up months in advance.)
The lights, seen as green, yellowish, red/pinky and sometimes violet/blue swirls and arcs illuminating the pitch black wintry sky, are caused by solar-energised electrons charging along Earth’s magnetic field at around a million miles per hour and colliding with the rarefied gas particles of the upper atmosphere. The effect as they fluoresce in the sky is rather like a giant celestial lava lamp. The flashes and bands of technicolour light have been described as one of the most spectacular natural displays on the planet.
During peak travel times, visitors can choose to combine the sights of the fjords, immaculate arctic mountains and glaciers and these sensational rainbow night lights with other winter activities, such as dog sledding, snowshoeing and ice fishing. To make it a proper winter holiday, there is the option of staying in an authentic log cabin or even in an ice hotel – which is a whole other once-in-a-lifetime experience in its own right!

Lake Tahoe: The Serene Beauty of the California Alps

Lake TahoePhoto: M. Mosimann
Lake Tahoe is a top international attraction in California. The lake remains pristine with crystal clear water, cradled by the surrounding snow peaked mountains (even in the summer). The lake is 2 miles long and 12 miles wide! Some of the mountains around are 2 miles high! When one visits, one can mingle with people from across the globe, and you can hear the world’s languages just by walking down the street. Unlike other destinations, Lake Tahoe has something for everyone: biking, camping, horseback riding, fishing, snowboarding, skiing, boating, parasailing and more. It remains the a great summer and winter destination and offers such stunning views that one never forgets.

10 Biggest Hole Mines in the World

With explosions and massive machines scraping into the earth’s crust like a bad case of scabies, its small wonder open cast mining has made what many see as an unpleasant impact on the planet’s surface. The face of the earth is beleaguered with giant scars, scoured out in our ongoing bid to the plunder the planet of its natural resources.

Here I have compiled some of the biggest hole mines in the world. I hope you will like it.
Kalgoorlie Super Pit

10 Most Beautiful Underground Lakes of the World

Far below the Earth’s surface, where the sun rarely penetrates, is a world of twinkling glow worms, precious gems and limestone caves and mountains, a land inhabited by nature alone. Within this world are visions to rival many landscapes decorating our horizon, lakes lie still and calm, great networks of caves know no borders and rivers and rivulets carve an ever-evolving terrain.
I invite you to explore this remarkable subterranean domain through these incredible images. So here I have compiled some of the most beautiful underground lakes of the world. I hope you will like it.
Mellisani Caves

10 Highest Mountain Passes of the World

These are the places in world with dizzying heights, rarefied air and brutally cold temperatures. Theses passes and paths are home to the highest peaks on earth. In this list you will see some of the highest passes that are accessible and some passes which only the toughest would traverse on foot and only the boldest of drivers dare navigate.

So here I have compiled some of the highest mountain passes of the world. I hope you will like it.
Karakoram Pass

10 Most Precariously Placed Mountain Huts on Earth

Bertol HutPhoto: Jack3
You’ve trekked for hours, one foot in front of the other for 18km and are long overdue for a cup of hot chocolate in front of a crackling fireplace. You’re immersed in the beauty of the Alps and forge ahead - that is, until you make the mistake of lifting your tired head upwards. Ladders, chains, rock scrambling, and sheer

The Loneliest Phone Booth on Earth

Mojave Desert Phone BoothPhoto: elbauldejoset
“Hello! Are you answering from the Mojave Desert? That phone booth in the Mojave Desert, that phone that’s about 15 miles from anywhere? You are?! What are you doing in the middle of the Mojave Desert in June? You live there? At the phone booth? Are you crazy?…
“Well, you see, someone told me about this phone booth and gave me this number about a month ago, and I’ve been calling it twenty times a day hoping that someone would answer, and you finally did! You live right there? Oh, you’re camped out there. Why, so you can answer the goddamn phone?”

Escaping the Labyrinth: The Significance of the Maze

Don't get lost!
labyrinthPhoto: dhammza
Can you find your way out of this labyrinth?

5 Most Scenic Roads in America

Pacific+Coast+Sunset+LightPhoto: ceiling
One of the most rewarding experiences while driving is enjoying the scenery around you. Whether you are in a convertible with the mountain breeze blowing in your hair or leaning your bike over to the ground, scenery makes a drive all that much better. With drivers' roads scattered all over the US, here is a list of the top 5 scenic drives to experience at least once.
1) California's Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 1)

White Sands National Monument: The World's Largest Gypsum Dune Field

White+Sands+National+MonumentPhoto: Melanie R Salome
Located at the northern end of the Chihuahuan Desert of Southern New Mexico, lies the amazing national treasure known as the White Sands National Monument. Within this national monument you will find the largest concentration of white pristine gypsum sand in the world.

Iguazu Falls: South America's Mightiest Waterfall

Iguazu FallsPhoto: Martin St-Amant
Eighteen hours confined to one seat, recycled bus air, and bumpy dirt roads, sounds like my version of hell. Somehow, it felt great to sit back and watch as we drove away from the thirteen million inhabitants of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Although trapped in the rickety bus, the familiar surge of independence and freedom was liberating.

The Chapel in a 1000-year-old Oak Tree

Oak ChapelPhoto: Ji-Elle
Standing tall and proud, limbs akimbo, this wonderful oak is between 800 and 1200 years old. Found in a small village called Allouville-Bellefosse in France, it has two small chapels in it that are still in use today. One is reached by a spiral staircase and the other is in a hollow on the ground 'floor'.

Bandiagara Escarpment: Africa's 1,600ft High Tribal Burial Site

BandiagaraPhoto: Patrick Bombaert
The incredible Bandiagara Escarpment is over 150 kilometers long and rises 500 feet into the air – a monumental sandstone cliff that has been on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites since 1989.

The Ancient Stone Bridges of Wycoller

packhorse bridgePhoto: Bill Boaden
Wycoller is a small village in Lancashire, England. Even though it seems to be a typical English village, this settlement dates back more than a thousand years, having being established in the 10th century. Little wonder, then, that today this little village and all its treasures are protected from the outside world: for example, traffic is not allowed into Wycoller – which was forgotten by time, but not by men.

The Wonders of New Jersey's Garret Mountain Park

A View of the Highlands and PatersonPhoto: Joseph Dunsay
Garret Mountain is a Passaic County park in Woodland Park, NJ just 16 miles from New York City, NY. It has athletics fields, picnic grounds, fishing areas, jogging and hiking paths, and an equestrian center. A neighboring public rifle camp serves gun enthusiasts.
Because Garret Mountain is high and near the boundary of the New Jersey Highlands, visitors can enjoy views ranging from the Manhattan skyline to forested mountains. There are coin-operated viewers at the

How Human Influence Has Ushered in the Age of the 'New Man'

Svalbard SpitzbergenPhoto: JK-Netzwelt
Most ecosystems now reflect the presence of people, from pristine Arctic lakes to deserts. This could be indisputable evidence that humans have altered the atmospheric, geologic, aquatic and living systems on the planet. This should not be surprising. It is unlikely that 7 billion people inhabiting the planet would fail to alter it. Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, the changes have been so great that many scientists now believe we are entering a new epoch of time, the Anthropocene – meaning “New Man” – Epoch.

Rhodiola: The Northern Hemisphere's Favorite Medicinal Herb

Yellow petals on Rhodiola roseaPhoto: Opioła Jerzy

Rhodiola rosea is a perennial herb with a solid history as a food and a more mysterious reputation in herbal folk lore and modern alternative medicine.
Introducing Rhodiola as a Plant
Rhodiola rosea is a member of the Crassulaceae (stonecrop) family. Rhodiola goes by many aliases, including Golden Root, Roseroot and Rhodiole Rougeâtre. The color of the flower generally indicates the gender: female flowers have yellow petals, while the males are purple.

The Bizarre Basalt Columns of Ireland's Giant’s Causeway

Giant's CausewayPhoto: Credit: U123072 on en:Flickr
Ireland’s Celtic heritage and oldest tradition of storytelling has made the lunar-like landscape of the Giant’s Causeway the subject of numerous legends. The bizarre, sculpturally striking basalt formation of a series of cliffs, set in a scenic location off the coast of Antrim in Northern Ireland, gives precedence to the legend of Fionn Mac Cumhaill (Finn Mac Cool).

The Haunting Legend Behind Australia's Three Sisters Mountains

The Three Sisters, AustraliaPhoto: PermaCulturedThe Three Sisters, Blue Mountains, Australia, seen through the mist which is common to the valley
Towering over Sydney's Blue Mountains National Park are three enormous rock formations. Known as Meehni, Wimlah and Gunnedoo, each of these formations rises over 900 meters (3,000 feet) above sea level, looking down on the magnificent Jamison Valley below. Millions travel to see them every year, and they even proved popular with rock climbers before the government banned the practice in 2000.

10 Most Fascinating Natural Phenomena

A natural phenomenon is a non-artificial event in the physical sense, and therefore not produced by humans, although it may affect humans. Common examples of natural phenomena include volcanic eruptions, weather, and decay. Most natural phenomena, such as rain, are relatively harmless so far as humans are concerned.
There are various types of natural phenomena, which include Meteorological phenomena, weather, including hurricanes, thunderstorms and tornadoes, and geological phenomena, including volcanic activity and earthquakes. So here I have compiled some of the most fascinating natural phenomena. 
Aurora Borealis

10 Most Incredible Canyons around the World

Most canyons were formed by a process of long-time erosion from a plateau level. Sometimes large rivers run through canyons as the result of gradual geologic uplift. Some of these canyons provide us with scenery and natural heritage that is not very usual to see.
So here I have compiled some of the most incredible canyons around the globe. I hope you will like it and will get amazed my seeing beautiful pictures.
The Slot Canyons

10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls of the World

Victoria Falls, Niagara Falls and Iguazo Falls are three of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world and are also some of the tallest as well. There are a lot more waterfalls from around the world which are remarkable in depicting the natural beauty at its best. So this list will help you in exploring some of the majestically awesome waterfalls in the different parts of the world.

So compiled below are some of the most beautiful waterfalls of the world. I may have missed out some so share the left ones in comment sections. Thanks.
Steinsdalsfossen waterfall

10 Biggest Explosions Ever Happened

Explosions are tricky to measure. For one, what are the criteria? And most data on “blasts from the past” are speculation at best. Explosions, both natural and man-made, have caused awe and terror for centuries. And some even caused the extinction of life from earth.

Here I have compiled some of the most powerful explosions the world has ever seen. I hope you will like it and will find it informative.
Gamma ray bursts

10 Most Amazing Heart Shaped Wonders of Nature

It’s that time of year when love is in the air, and it’s all over the earth too. Before the 7 manmade wonders of the world happened, Nature created many of her own natural wonders. Some of them are simply amazing and photographs taken of them from sky shows, they are heart shaped.
So here I have compiled some of the most amzaing heart shaped wonders of nature. I hope you will like it.

10 Most Beautiful Natural Wonders of the World

Nature has delighting us immensely throughout human history with scenery unmatchable with manmade. We quite often see and read about manmade wonders of the world but have we ever thought about natural wonders surrounding us. Top ten natural wonders of the world is very hard to get 100% consensus on because there are so many wonderful places on Earth.

So here I have compiled some of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world. I hope you will like it and do share in comment section if i have missed out your favorite one.
Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

Top 5 Common But Deadly Plants

5. Oleander (Nerium Oleander)

It may look like an attractive flowering shrub, but don’t be fooled! Oleander is one of the most poisonous of all commonly grown garden plants, and though it’s especially toxic to children it is often planted in school yards. It is a hearty bush and grows on many different continents, and with beautiful, fragrant blossoms, it is tempting to include it in any garden… just don’t even think about touching it or tasting the leaves or stems.
A small child can experience symptoms after handling just one leaf from the plant, though typically it takes more contact for severe reactions to take place. Upon consumption, the poison causes intestinal issues like vomiting, diarrhea (sometimes bloody), excess salivation, and cramping/pain. It can also cause a racing, irregular heart rate, poor circulation, tremors, seizures, coma, and death.

Incredible Landscapes By Edmondo Senatore

See what it means to be a real fan of photography. Divine landscapes shot by Edmondo Senatore, a contibuting photographer at Fotoblur.

Love For Mountains

Russian photographer Yevgeniy Timashev calls mountains his favorite place for landscape photos. There are usually no people on his shoots, only pure nature.

Salinas Grandes: Snow-white Desert In Argentina

Looking at this snow-white landscape one may probably associate it with snow and cold. Don't trust this first impression as the temperature in the Argentinian salt desert Salinas Grandes can reach +45 °C.

Fascinating Satellite Snapshots Of Earth

All presented pictures are real photos of the Earth created by means of visible infra-red data in the range of colors perceived by human eye. The range was picked up in special way to look brighter.
United States Geological Survey (USGS), the main station on gathering and processing data from Landsat 7 sattellite is situated in South Dakota, US.
Kampeche state, the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico.

Why Iceland Is Iceland?

Why does Iceland have such a name? To answer this question let's have a look at the largest glacier of Iceland called Vatnajökull. A place from where numerous icebergs start their cruises.
The beautiful glacier lagoon - a quite uninhabited place.

Painted Hills Of Oregon

Painted Hills in Oregon, USA is named so after the colorful layers of its hills. The pattern shows various geological eras which formed the area when it was an ancient river floodplain.

Colors of The Death Valley

A small area in the Middle of the Death valley is covered with sand. The strangest thing is that this sand doesn't get scattered over the valley, but keeps its place in the middle creating such dunes.

Above And Inside The Canyons

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Antelope canyon is a giant chink in sand rocks created by wind and water during several centuries.
The canyon entrance is located on the territory of the Navajo people which carry tourists there in an open truck.

Stunning Earthly Patterns

American canyons are unique natural phenomena attracting thousands of tourists with their unearthly beauty. Discover the majic of these fantastic rock patterns.

10 Biggest Oil Spills in History

The oil gushing from the well where the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded and sank is now spreading through the Gulf of Mexico. Oil spills can kill wildlife, pollute the air and water, and alter the ecosystem for years to come. Many of us think of the Exxon Valdez oil spill as a particularly bad one, but with about 42,800 tons of oil spilled, it doesn’t rank as one of the 10 worst ever.

So here I have compiled a list of some of the biggest oil spills in history. I hope you will find it informative.
The Odyssey

10 Most Dangerous Active Volcanoes in the World

As Mother Nature flexes her biceps, all eyes are on Iceland as the Eyjafjallajokull volcano eruption continues to wreak havoc with travel plans not only in Europe but all over the world but what about volcanoes elsewhere in the world which are ready to fire at any moment? Not since 1st year geography have we been so interested in plate tectonics and hotspots.

So here I have compiled a list of some of the most dangerous recently active volcanoes in the world.

American Fanciful Clay Mushrooms

Not far away from the city of Page in the USA, there is a very beautiful and at the same time unusual place, where gigantic stone mushrooms rise above the ground. It is called Rim Rock Hoodoos, and it seems unbelievable how these mysterious constructions stayed in such a good condition till nowadays though being made of simple soft sandstone.
Two colors prevail here: sandy-white-yellow and clay-brick-red. Clever Mother Nature carefully separated these two colors from each other and didn't let them get mixed.

10 Most Dangerous Natural Disasters in Pictures

Natural disasters are extreme, sudden events caused by environmental factors that injure people and damage property. Earthquakes, windstorms, floods, and disease all strike anywhere on earth, often without warning. This is one face of nature when it comes to anger. Sometimes when these disasters strike we get to see unimaginable views.

Here is a list of some of the most dangerous natural disasters in pictures. The pictures below show how much terror these calamities create when they strike. Take a look.
Fright Night – (Lighting)

10 Worst Natural Disasters in History of Pakistan

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on his visit during Pakistan Flooding said that he has never seen anything like the flood disaster in Pakistan. According to the National Disaster Management Authority, the current floods in Pakistan constitute the worst natural disaster in the country’s history. Back in 2005 Northern areas of Pakistan were struck with a powerful earthquake which lead thousands dead and millions homeless.

Here I have compiled a list of some of the worst natural disasters in history of Pakistan. I request International community to assist and offer support to Pakistani Government in this humanitarian crisis.
Pakistan Floods 2010