EARTH. It’s A Very Neat Place

Cave of Crystals, Mexico Massive beams of selenite dwarf explorers in the Cave of Crystals in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico, March 18, 2008. Some single gypsum crystals in this cave are 36 feet long and weigh 121,200 pounds, some of the largest natural crystals ever found. ‘Door to Hell,’ Turkmenistan The Door to Hell is a natural gas field in Derweze, ...

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Powerful Images Showing The Devastating Effects Of Overpopulation

It’s no secret that we are exploiting our planet and running out of resources at the speed of light, but many people refuse to take notice. These unbelievable photos of environmental damage, collected into a book by environmental awareness platform Global Population Speak Out, show the harsh realities of the ecological and social tragedies that Earth is suffering. Its title: ...

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People actually live on that little sliver of paradise

This is the Tikehau Atoll in French Polynesia. It’s the permanent home to about 300 residents, many of whom work on the Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort. On a visit in 1987 Jacques Cousteau’s research group made a study of Tikehau’s lagoon and they discovered that it contains a greater variety of fish species than any other place in French Polynesia. ...

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Places on the Planet, Which Become More Colorful When Spring Comes

There are places, on our planet, that affect us with their beauty all year round. And with the coming of spring, it is as if they blush and become even more magnificent, so it’s hard to believe that they are real. Chiang Dao, Thailand. Istanbul, Turkey. Flumserberg, Switzerland. Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Woodburn, United States. Savannah, USA. France. Glacier, USA. South Tyrol, ...

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Cold Yet Beautiful Photos Of Antarctica Taken By AirPano

AirPano, a team of Russian photographers, went to Antarctica to take aerial panoramas and videos. I especially like the one part of their story, where a woman was just lying on the shore. A young sea elephant came to her and began to joyfully rubbing his head against her. Penguin love Iceberg melting From above Third superfluous penguin Gourdin Island ...

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Satellite Photos Of Earth That Will Give You A Fresh Perspective

Take a look at the world like an astronaut with the fantastic satellite photos of Earth, it will give you a fresh perspective. Benjamin Grant launched the ‘Daily Overview’ a collection of awesome satellite photographs.. here are 14 of our current favourites.. Arc de Triomphe – Paris, France Bondi Beach – Sydney, Australia Het Loo Palace – Apeldoorn, The Netherlands ...

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Amazing Landscapes in Kyrgyzstan

I’m Zahariz, a Malaysian adventurer filmmaker currently travelling around the world mostly on a bicycle and making film about my journey. I’m living the nomadic way of life, calling the road as my home and try to share my experiences and my thoughts through writings, photography and film. I want to spend my life not collecting material things but instead ...

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I Wake Up At 5am To Hike In Transylvanian Mountains

Hiking and being in nature inspire me a great deal, and so capturing these experiences is one of my passions. During my journeys through Maramures (a small county from Transylvania, Romania) I captured these photos. Landscapes which I photographed in this region are serene and tranquil. Currently, I see my photographic style as a traditional landscape photography. I like to ...

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Las Vegas From 10,800 Feet Up

Famous photographer Vincent Laforet takes amazing night photos of urban cities, and his amazing photos of Las Vegas are no exception. Laforet, who has also photographed New York similarly, turns Sin City into an incredible neon metropolis surrounded by a desert of darkness.

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The Magnificent Pond in Hokkaido

This blue pond in Hokkaido, Japan, changes colors depending on the weather. For example, in spring it turns into spectacularly green color. The artificial pond was created as a part of erosion control system that was built to prevent Biei in case of an eruption of Mount Tokachidake. This pond is blue because of aluminum hydroxide.

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