April 22, 2022
By Raza Mehdi
The silt and sand left behind by ancient marshes have formed an orange-red landscape in the Utah desert that looks hauntingly similar to that of Mars.
As you follow the meandering river, you will be enchanted by the thousands of luminous glow worms as they light the way for you in the Waitomo Glowworm Caves, Zealand.
Mother Nature shows off once again here but this time, she does a little extra. Zhangye Danxia Landform in China mimics all the colours of the rainbow and much more.
If you want to feel like a grain of sand and feel the wings behind your back, Cliffs of Moher in Ireland is for you!
There are few places more beautiful than the world's southernmost continent. Although 99% of Antarctica is covered with ice, the landscape still manages to be stunningly diverse.
An iceberg floating off the Western Antarctic peninsula.
A huge King Penguin colony, with tens of thousands of them, in Sallsbury Plain, in South Georgia, Antarctica
The Turkish region of Cappadocia is famous for its tall, conical rock formations. One way to take in this fantastical geological phenomenon is a sunrise hot air balloon ride.
Tinted orange by the morning sun, a soaring dune becomes the perfect backdrop for the hulks of camel thorn trees in Namib-Naukluft Park.
Aerial view of the Glacial river streams from Icelandic glaciers.
The Amazon River nurtures the largest rainforest on earth and provides life for a mind-boggling array of flora and fauna.
Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon in Iceland is one of the most impressive places on earth. The canyon has steep 100 meter walls and winding water as the Fjaðrá river flows through it.
Morning light illuminates the avenue trees known as the Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland.
Rock formations in the White Pocket unit of the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona, USA.
Another gem in the middle of the Arizona desert, The Wave is a sandstone rock formation located in the United States. Notice the amazing flowing rock formation.
Beautiful Pangong Lake in Ladakh is popular for its ability to change colour - from blue to green to red.
A lavender field and an olive tree on a warm summer afternoon in the Southern Alps, South of France.
Erosion of sandstone cave roof in the Sahara desert. Ennedi Natural And Cultural Reserve, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chad.
A volcanic eruption photographed against the backdrop of the Milky Way
Perhaps the world's most symmetrical stratovolcano is Japan's Mount Fuji, which has served as the muse for many artistic creations
The floating ‘Hallelujah Mountains’ you saw in the movie Avatar has been inspired by a real place on Earth - Zhangjiajie National Park in China.