Every now and again interesting things drop into my inbox like nature photography, although some of these are manmade, too, not just nature. Perhaps you’ve seen these photographs before. Most of them were new to me. Some are manmade structures, some are made by Nature. If I had to pick a favorite, I would say the flowers blooming in the desert. Sometimes you have to wait years for things to bloom. (See 11 years in the making, a previous blog post.)
What about you? Do you like nature photography? Which one is your favorite?
Balloons in Cappadocia.
The border between Belgium and the Netherlands in a cafe
Favelas of Brazil. The boundary between wealth and poverty.
In the Chinese province of Shandong is a bridge across the Gulf of Jiaozhou. The bridge length over 36 km is calculated for eight car lanes, and is the longest sea bridge in the world.
Balcony of floor 103 in Chicago.
Dubai. The view from the skyscraper BurjKhalifa.
The height of buildings is 828 m (163 floors).
And this is the view down
EmeraldLake in the crater of an extinct volcano.
TongariroNational Park, New Zealand
Haus Rizzi, Germany.
Lost paradise in the Indian Ocean. Isle of Lamu.
Banpo Bridge in Seoul, South Korea
A unique geological phenomenon known as
Danxia landform in the Province of Gansu, China.
The color is the result of an accumulation for
millions of years of red sandstone and other rocks.
Lighthouse guard in Mare, France…
Not everyone would have a smoke in such weather!
Skyscraper-Crescent Crescent Moon Tower
Office of Selgas Cano in Madrid
These trees grow in the forest near Gryfino, Poland.
The cause of the curvature is unknown
The river above the river:
Magdeburg Water Bridge, Germany.
Lena Pillars. Russia, the Lena River.
Day and night.
The monument in Kaunas, Lithuania
Twice a year in the Gulf of Mexico about 10,000 stringrays migrate.
Photo of a storm in Montana, USA, 2010
Heavy fog in Sydney, which enveloped the whole city
The longest traffic jam in the world — recorded in China.
260 kilometers or 161 MILES
Thor’s Well or “the gates of the dungeon” on Cape Perpetua, Oregon. At moderate tide and
strong surf, flowing water creates a fantastic landscape
View of the sunset from inside the wave.
Restaurant on a cliff on the east coast of Zanzibar.
Depending on the tide the restaurant
can be reached both on foot and by boat.
An unusual tunnel in California’s Sequoia National Park
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