In our beautiful world, there are thousands amazing nature places, some of them looks unreal if you see them it can confuse you, but they are real.
If we look closer and we get to know our planet we will surely fall in love with it. Here is a collection of 20 unique places that can be found on Earth, that look unreal and its hard to believe they actually exist.
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14th Nov, 2016 super moon was the biggest we’ll see until 2034. Appearing 14% larger and 30% brighter than usual, the stunning spectacle was a sight to behold in many countries across the globe.
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Spring Flowers are beautiful and fragrant. Changing seasons have a profound effect on plant and animal life. Spring is the time of renewal of plant life.
Nature awakens in Spring, and Spring Flowers bloom. Spring is a wonderful time of the year for fresh Spring Flowers, particularly Spring flower bulbs. In spring, plants and trees sprout new leaves and Flowers bloom.
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Summer is traditionally associated with hot or warm weather. In the Mediterranean regions, it is also associated with dry weather, while in other places (particularly in Eastern Asia because of the Monsoon) it is associated with rainy weather.
Schools and universities typically have a summer break to take advantage of the warmer weather and longer days. In almost all countries, children are out of school during this time of year for summer break, although dates vary.
Here are some beautiful summer season wallpapers for your desktop
” I do not think I have ever seen anything more beautiful than the bluebell I have been looking at.Â I know the beauty of our Lord by it.”
-Â Gerald Manley Hopkins
“Where flowers bloom so does hope.”
-Â Lady Bird Johnson
“Each flower is a soul opening out to nature.”
-Â Gerald De Nerval
“The Earth Laughs in Flowers.”
-Â Ralph Waldo Emerson
Rainy days are great for inspiring naps, cleansing the air while renewing the earth, and playing outside. Bring the refreshing beauty of rain to your desktop with our Rainy Days Wallpaper collection.
Ijen volcano in East Java contains the world’s largest acidic volcanic crater lake, called Kawah Ijen, famous for its turquoise color. The active crater measuring 950×600 m is known for its rich sulphur deposits which are being quarried.
The volcano is one of several active stratovolcanoes constructed over the 20 km wide Ijen caldera, the largest caldera in Java.
Eruptions from Ijen are very hazardous because of the risk of the lake draining to form catastrophic lahars. Sulphur mine inside the crater of Ijen near the shore of Kawah Ijen
The Ijen volcano complex at the eastern end of Java consists of a group of small stratovolcanoes constructed within the large 20-km-wide Ijen (Kendeng) caldera. The north caldera wall forms a prominent arcuate ridge, but elsewhere the caldera rim is buried by post-caldera volcanoes, including Gunung Merapi stratovolcano, which forms the 2799 m high point of the Ijen complex. Immediately west of Gunung Merapi is the renowned historically active Kawah Ijen volcano, which contains a nearly 1-km-wide, turquoise-colored, acid crater lake. Picturesque Kawah Ijen is the world’s largest highly acidic lake and is the site of a labor-intensive sulfur mining operation in which sulfur-laden baskets are hand-carried from the crater floor. Many other post-caldera cones and craters are located within the caldera or along its rim. The largest concentration of post-caldera cones forms an E-W-trending zone across the southern side of the caldera. Coffee plantations cover much of the Ijen caldera floor, and tourists are drawn to its waterfalls, hot springs, and dramatic volcanic scenery.