Monday, 29 January 2018

Europe’s Best Scenic Roads

The stunning photographs that show why Europe is one of the best travelling place in the world for a scenic drive. Romanian Photographer Ervin Boer took unbelievable Europe best scenic roads while he travelling with Great Rally company, which organized 3 day trip for car enthusiasts from Belgium to Austria.  The most entertaining 1,250 mile trips the life time memories for me. I actually more photographing than driving and I was hypnotized by the landscapes and curvy roads and was always hanging out the window with my camera ready. Exhausting but I can’t wait to do it again. These are the stunning images that prove that Europe has some of the world’s most scenic roads.

Friday, 26 January 2018

Rainbow Mountain Peru

One of the most wonderful geologic features in the world is the Ausangate Mountain of the Peruvian Andes. The mountain is striped with colors ranging from turquoise to lavender to maroon and gold. However, this “painted mountain” is notoriously difficult to find and get to, requiring several days of hiking to reach its peak deep within the Andes by way of Cusco. The mountain sits at an elevation of 6,384 meters and is located approximately 100 km southeast of the major city Cusco. The local area is rich in geology, from uplifted granitic cliffs to glaciers which have eroded large valleys and the cretaceous limestone “forest” nearby. Rainbow Mountain Peru turned out not to be the beautiful natural wonder that you see on the tourism posters in Cusco.

Thursday, 25 January 2018

Oymyakon: The World’s Coldest Village

The world’s coldest village “Oymyakon” Siberian outpost reaches near-record cold temperatures as thermometer breaks after recording minus 62C. This is the coldest village on earth where the average temperature in January is -50C and inhabitant’s eye lashes freeze solid mere moments after stepping outside. The remote Siberian village is the coldest permanently inhabited settlement in the world.

Monday, 22 January 2018

The Bimmah Sinkhole, Oman

The Bimmah Sinkhole, located in Hawiyat Najm Park, actually meaning “Meteor Fall” Park in Arabic, is a sinkhole in Muscat Oman. Bimah sinkhole is beautiful natural landmark, the best place see in Muscat for refreshment at the long coastal road of Oman. This exclusive sinkhole is so exquisite, as limestone hollow, in Bimmah, boasts the kind of clear waters normally only seen on holiday postcards. It is approximately 50 by 70 m large, 20 to 30 m deep. The crystal-clear waters provide one of the most picturesque swims in Oman.

Monday, 8 January 2018

40 Animals That May Soon Be Extinct

25 Most Jaw Dropping Mountains in the World

Our universe is full of natural mountains offers some of the largest cliffs and most challenging rock climbing in the world. These amazing mountains have been most photographed peak and this beautful image is one of the best snaps you'll see of it. Here're 25 Most Dropping Mountains in the world.

Monday, 1 January 2018

14 Most Beautiful Waterfalls Across the Globe

Waterfalls are jewels of our mother land. They're hundred of waterfalls on the globe, but here are some of best waterfalls on planet earth. Waterfalls are definitely the natural wonders on Earth. Visiting some of these waterfalls below might be a breathtaking experience, since they overwhelm with the stunning sight, as well as a splitting voice.