10 Fascinating Places and Natural Phenomena

    10 Fascinating Places and Natural Phenomena

    10 Fascinating Places and Natural Phenomena
    Greg
    6:22 PM EST, February 10, 2022

    There are thousands of breathtaking places and natural phenomena. Once could spend literally hours admiring them. The ones we have selected here are some of the most spectacular and the rarest 'masterpieces'.

    Enjoy the fascinating beauty of Mother Nature.

    #1 A fairytale bay

    amirshq/instagram
    amirshq/instagram

    This photograph hasn’t been photo edited. This place does look like this. The magical underwater light is generated by bioluminescent plankton.

    #2 Ice guards

    Niccolo Bonfadini Photography/facebook
    Niccolo Bonfadini Photography/facebook

    In the extreme climate of the Arctic, any vertical landscape elements are wrapped in a kind of an ice shield. These natural ice sculptures are often referred to as 'The Guards of the Arctic'.

    #3 Golden waterfall

    millspringtravel/instagram
    millspringtravel/instagram

    Waters of this waterfall located in Yosemite National Park turns into a river of gold as a result of sun rays falling on it diagonally. The only time the rays have got the right angle to ensure this spectacular view is in February.

    #4 An ice disc

    City of Westbrook/facebook
    City of Westbrook/facebook

    A gigantic spinning ice disc form on the Westbrook river in the city of Maine (USA) in January 2019. It was a result of unusual water currents.

    #5 Wonderful and dangerous

    Basehunters Chasing/twitter
    Basehunters Chasing/twitter

    This unusual cloud formations are something that scientists call 'storm super cells'.

    #6 A dark, heavy and wavy sky

    Cloud Appreciation Society/twitter
    Cloud Appreciation Society/twitter

    This extraordinary cloud formation is called 'Asperitas'

    #7 Underwater location for a horror movie

    RowanBee/reddit
    RowanBee/reddit

    A phantom-like underwater river in the Cenote Angelita cave in Mexico. What looks like fog is in fact sulfur suspended between layers of fresh water and sea water.

    #8 A rocky wave

    ShafiqMughal/imgur
    ShafiqMughal/imgur

    Wave rock in Australia is a granite rock formation that resembles a huge ocean wave.

    #9 Ice berg

    alexcornell/instagram
    alexcornell/instagram

    This is what ice berg look like when they turn upside down.

    #10 Morning glory

    Mick Petroff/wikimedia
    Mick Petroff/wikimedia

    This phenomenon is about bands of clouds rolling along the sky with characteristic intervals. This phenomenon can be admired in the Carpentaria Bay in Australia and it's called 'Clouds of Morning Glory'/

    BONUS IMAGE

    Proteon/imgur
    Proteon/imgur

    This is a cuckoo wrasse. This is one of the rarest and at the same time most beautiful fish species in the Atlantic Ocean.

    Which one impressed you the most?
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