Nature

What Happens to Suspension Bridges During Earthquakes

Nov 4 2011

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Meghalayas' Living Bridges

Nov 4 2011

Talk about sustainable, green architecture! In Meghalaya (north-eastern state of India) people construct "living bridges" by the living roots of Fig Trees. It is a truly remarkable to see people living in such harmony with nature. More of this should happen all over the world!

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Underwater Museum

An Underwater Museum of Statues - Cancun, Mexico

Nov 2 2011

In the recent months over 400 permanent statues have been installed in the National Marine Park of Cancún, Isla Mujeres, and Punta Nizuc. The installation is the first endeavor of a new underwater museum called MUSA, or Museo Subacuático de Arte.

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Geyser Erruption

A Geyser Right Before Eruption

Nov 1 2011

Geysers are interesting because they are caused by very specific hydro-geological conditions, they are very rare and occur only in certain parts of our planet.

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Atlantis

The Lost City of Atlantis

Oct 27 2011

The city of Atlantis. Described by many as the most advanced of the human civilizations. Some believe that the city was destroyed by one of the greatest natural disasters known to man, while others believe that it was only Plato's imagination.

The following article contains some "facts", conceptual images and a video. Dream a little!

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Shiva Temple Bratan

Beautiful Shiva Temple - Lake Bratan, Bali, Indonesia

Oct 20 2011

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, or Pura Bratan, is a major Shivaite & water temple in Bali, Indonesia. It is located on the stunning lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul. This area enjoys a cooler tropical climate and is perfect for farming. Simply a stunning location!

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Lightning Over Athens

Oct 19 2011

Taken over the beautiful city of Athens, Greece. Photographer Kris Kadas was able to capture this ungodly lightning storm with his camera! Some forces of our planet are hard to believe!

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The Very Best Of Macro Photography Pt.3 [12 Pics]

Oct 18 2011

Thanks to these amazing photographers, we can experience the smaller details of our lives otherwise missed by many. Enjoy!

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Devil's Garden - Arches National Park in Utah, USA

Oct 18 2011

Landscape Arch is the longest of the many natural rock arches located in this park (and also in the world). This is a spectacular park to check out if you are ever in Utah, one of a kind. Photo by JR Goodwin.

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Autumn

Around the World in Photos (Part 1)

Oct 17 2011

Experience the world through a weekly photoset of the best images from around the web.

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The Countryside of California

Oct 15 2011

A beautiful photograph of the country region of California by Tony Immoos.

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Beautiful Sunrise: Pallarenda Beach, Townsville, Australia

Oct 14 2011

Pallarenda is a 2.5km long beach located near Rowes Bay on the coast of Queensland, Australia.

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Uramanat Villages of Iran

Oct 8 2011

The secluded and peaceful villages are located in the mountainous Kordestan Province of Iran. They are also on the UNESCO World Heritage tentative list since 2007 which makes them a very special place. Iran was once part of the Great Persian empire.

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Shir Abad Waterfall

Interesting Places: Shir-Abad Waterfall, Iran

Oct 5 2011

This unwinding location is in the northern Iranian village of Shirabad. Very beautiful and peaceful here, definitely a perspective of Iran many people don't see. It is also unique due to its stairway structure, which actually makes it into 12 large and small waterfalls.

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An Interesting Geological Location: Fly Geyser, Nevada

Oct 1 2011

Fly Geyser isn't very well known tourist attraction, even to Nevada residents. It is located right near the edge of Fly Reservoir and is only about 5 feet (1.5 m) high, (12 feet (3.7 m) if you count the mound on which it sits). The Geyser is not an entirely natural phenomenon, and was accidentally created in 1916 during the drilling of a well.

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