lazy days pass,
lying in the grass,
when there’s no one else around,
beauty fills my heart,
all nature is art…
Colourful: With its rolling hills, rocky peaks and multitude of colours, this otherwordly visage looks like no place on Earth. However, the spectacular lunar landscape can actually be found at the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Gansu Province, China.
That shrinking feeling: Rock enthusiasts will feel the world is closing in on them when they visit the Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska, Juneau. The roof and walls of the spectacular site resemble bubble-wrap, yet retain a real beauty.
The Red beach scenic area in Panjin, northeast China’s Liaoning province. The beach gets its name from its appearance, which is caused by a type of seaweed that flourishes in the saline-alkali soil.
Twin use: A train runs through the ‘Tunnel Of Love’ private railway line in Klevan, Ukraine; the tunnel is actually a 3km section of private railway that serves a nearby fibreboard factory. A train runs around thrice daily through the ethereal ‘tunnel’ – delivering wood to the factory. At other times the beautiful avenue of trees is witness to a very different journey – into love. For it is a favoured spot for young romantics to stroll with that special someone.
Blooming marvellous: The flower and tulip fields of The Netherlands. The bright red, pink and yellow coloUrs are overwhelmingly beautiful and are a must see, or more fittingly, a must experience.
High in the sky: The Tianzi Mountains are located in Zhangjiajie in the Hunan Province of China, close to the Suoxi Valley. They are named after the farmer Xiang Dakun of the Tujia ethnic group, who led a successful local farmers’ revolt and called himself ‘tianzi’. Pictured right is the magnificent Mount Roraima, towering above the forest landscape of the Gran Sabana in Venezuela.
Breathtaking: The El Salar de Uyuni salt flat, Bolivia; these stunning photographs reflect a perfectly still landscape are like an image captured in a dream.
Amazing view: The magnificent Mount Roraima towers above the clouds hanging over the Gran Sabana in Venezuela.
Mustard fields at Niujie, in Yunnan, Luoping, known as the snail farms due to the unique snail shell like terracing.
Pretty in pink: Takinoue Park, in Hokkaido, Japan, is famous for Shibazakura or pink moss, attracting thousands of visitors every year between May and June when the flowers are in full bloom.
Dreamworld: The Bolivian salt flat shots were taken by photographer and lawyer Michael Kittell, who believes the world’s largest salt plain is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
Chew on that: From above, Pink Lake Hillier of Middle Island 150km east of Esperance, Western Australia looks like a solid bubble gum pink. The lake is about 600 metres long, and is surrounded by a rim of sand and dense woodland of paperbark and eucalyptus trees.
Stunning: The Sagano Bamboo Grove, located in the Sagano Arashiyama area of Kyoto, is a beautiful forest with a path through its heart.
A caver explores the Hang En and Hang Son Doong caves at the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam. The limestone caves – the biggest in the world – almost swallow up the adventurers daring to step inside.
Colour explosion: Hitachi Seaside Park in Japan boasts its a wide variety of seasonal flower gardens such as narcissus and tulip in spring , nemophila and rose in early summer , zinnia in summer and kochia and cosmos in autumn.
Hard at work: Tea fields in Jiangbang Village of Xixiang County, Shaanxi Province, northwest China. Look at it long enough, and you might start to feel dizzy.
The breathtaking Mount Roraima, the highest of the Pakaraima chain of tepui plateau in South America, peaks above the clouds. Its 31sqkm summit area consists on all sides of cliffs rising 400 metres.
Sumber: Daily Mail