10 Amazing Natural Landscapes of the World #1

Posted In Travel - By Triny On Monday, March 4th, 2013 With 0 Comments

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 There are a lot of stunning places in the world, and it would be hard to choose only some of them and make a top 10. This is why we are proposing a weekly post in which we will share the most interesting, breathtaking and shocking natural landscapes on Earth. Our planet is filled with awesome places, and we probably won’t have the chance to see them all in real life, but at least we can revel at their beauty with the help of images. If you have a beautiful place that hasn’t appeared on our list until now, feel free to send us a mail and we will post it. Without further ado here are the top 10 most beautiful natural landscapes of the week.

Greek Buildings

Greece has the certain something that has always charmed tourists. Be it the clear blue waters, the white houses, the rocky coastlines or secluded villages, Greece is magnificent. Today we have choosen a beautiful photo of a colorful Greek chapel overlooking the vast sea.

Waterfall Castle Poland

If I were Little Red Ridding Hood I would definitely love to live here. The place looks as if it was taken out of a fantasy novel, and the capture is absolutely stunning. The woods that protect the castle and the peaceful little rivers complete this picture perfect place.

Glacier Perito Moreno, Patagonia, Argentina

The Perito Glacier, situated in Los Glaciares National Park, is without a doubt the most important natural tourist attraction in Patagonia. The 250 sqm ice formation is fed by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field and it is also the third largest reserve of fresh water.

Hitachi-Seaside-Park-Ibaraki

Not only is this park full of beautiful and colorful plants and flowers, it also has a lot of interesting and amusing attractions. For example you can go to an open theater, listen to a concert or music show, have fun at the amusement park, or eat healthy park food. It is the perfect place to go with your family, friends or children.

Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake – Chile

The Carrera Lake in Patagonia, South America, can be found on the border between Argentina and Chile. But it is Chile that has the beautiful emerald-green and turquoise waters that hug the rough rocky formations. The images captured at these surreal caverns are fascinating and breathtaking Cave. The rocks, which were sculpted by erosion are now home to three marble formations: The Chapel, the Cathedral and the Caverns.

Havasu Falls Grand Canyon National Park

The Havasu Falls are very photogenic due to their pleasing blue-green waters and vivid limestone. The setting is very intimate and inviting, and people all around the world come together to see this natural beauty. If you are planning on visiting this place, we advise you to go during May/June or September/October.

The Sahara Bridge, Yemen

This beautiful photograph was taken at the top peaks of Jabal Shahara, near the beguiling village of Shahara. The history of the village is quite interesting. It is said that this secluded patch of civilization could sustain itself for months in a row in cases of isolation or in the case of Turkish invaders. The bridge itself is a work of genius, because it spans a sheer 300 foot deep canyon.

Heart Sea Arch, Portugal

This image is nature at it’s fines. Simple, yet beautiful, the photo is the perfect example of harmony between Earth and Man. The colors of the sunset sky combined with the blue of the waters and the brown rocks create an interesting contrast.

Skaftafell Ice Cave, Iceland

You probably didn’t know that the true beauty of glaciers lie beneath its surface. If you truly want to see the beauty of an iceberg, you have to go beneath it. This is because once the air is pushed out, the ice becomes magically blue. However, it can only be seen under certain conditions: in winter after long periods o rain, or from the ice-caves in summer.

Beautiful Capture

I have no idea where this photo was taken, but I really like it. The rocks look like they are not part of this world, and the only indication that this photo was indeed taken on Earth are the three little canoes lost on the water surface.  It is incredible what nature can create on its own.

 If you are out of ideas about your next travel destination, or if you visited some place and you saw something incredible you can share it with us, or other intrepid travelers.

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triny@seorou.com'

- Hello! My name is Ioana, I am a 22 year-old architecture student. I have recently discovered blogging, with the help of a friend, and I am very passionate about it. I've always liked reading in English, and the subjects which interest me the most are supernatural, science fiction, gaming, fantasy and of course, architecture.

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