20 Pics of Nature’s Art Will Leave You Amazed

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These 20 photos of places around the world will show how nature can create Master Piece on its canvas by its own.

These photos will make you fall you in love with nature's beauty all over again. From Leh, India to Antartica – world is full of beautiful places which will give any artistic person a heartfull of joy.

1. Mono Lake, Mono County, California, USA

Mono lake, california
Believed to have been formed 760,000 years ago, the Mono Lake in California is a noted bird watching destination. A spectacular feature of this lake is that it also has many tufa rock formations which are a result of rich calcium deposits and carbonates that have resulted in limestone towers like the ones in this photograph.

2. Bioluminescence at La Jolla Cove, San Diego, California, USA

La jolla cove, san diego, california
This stunning cove and beach in La Jolla experiences this psychedelic phenomena called bioluminescence which produces luminescent streaks in the sea and makes it look like something out of a science fiction movie. (Text: Kunal Guha)

3. Smoking craters in Mount Bromo, Java, Indonesia

Mount bromo, java, indonesia
This stunning volcano is nestled inside the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in Java, Indonesia. Since this is volcano could be active at times, it may not be open to visitors. This also happens to be an important pilgrimage for Javanese Hindus.

4. Frost flowers at Diamond, Missouri, United States

Diamond, missouri, united states
A natural phenomena witnessed between fall and early winter when the temperature and environmental moisture is just so, results in such frosted flowers that melt away as the temperature rises over the day

5. Magnetic Hill, Leh, India

Leh, india
The magnetic strength of this hill in strong enough to make cars and other vehicles gravitate to the top of the hill. In fact its magnetic force is strong enough to interfere with the transmission of passing aircrafts if they fly over it at a lower altitude

6.Psychedelic stalactite formation at Avshalom Cave, Israel

Avshalom cave, israel
Also called the Soreq Cave, the Avshalom Cave in Israel a 91-meter-long “rockcicle” wonderland, with stalactites and stalagmites galore. These caves were discovered accidentally through a quarry blast in the area and after 10 years of research, it was opened for public viewing.

7. Dead Sea, Jordan

Dead sea, jordan
A popular tourist pull for Jordan, the Dead Sea is famous for being one where one can float given the high saline level of the water

8. Pink Lake in Western Australia

Pink lake in western australia
Quite like the colour of strawberry bubblegum, the Lake Hiller in Western Australia is famous for being one of the most stunning pink lakes across the world.

9. The united colours of Caño Cristales

Caño cristales, columbia
This Columbian river located inside the national park Serrania de la Macarena in Meta is popularly called the ‘river of five colours’. A unique species of plant that lines this river floor called Macarenia clavigera turns electric red in colour during the short span between the wet and dry seasons. This is offset by splotches of yellow and green sand, blue water, and a million shades in between. This psychedelic rainbow effect can be witnessed for a few weeks from September through November.

10. Seven-coloured earth in Chamarel, Mauritius

Chamarel, mauritius
This small village in Mauritius is popular with tourists who visit this place to check out the numerous colours of the earth. A popular souvenir to pick while visiting this place would be test tubes filled with multi-coloured earth

11. Colourful icebergs in Antarctica

Icebergs in antarctica
Striped and colourful icebergs can be seen when traveling south of Antarctica. Sometimes when the water melts and refreezes over time to form icebergs, dirt and some other particles get stuck in it creating multi-coloured stripes on the surface

12.The colourful rolling hills of Palouse, Washington, USA

Colourful rolling hills of palouse, washington, usa
Located on the south-east of Washington, Palouse is a rich farming area that produces wheat and legumes. But what attracts most tourists to this picturesque destination is to get a glimpse of the fascinating grasslands which make for a photogenic landscape

13. Gran Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Gran salar de uyuni, bolivia
Bolivia’s beautiful salt flats are a major tourist attraction. Apart from being the world’s largest salt flat, this curious landscape is known to become a giant mirror when it rains here. So want to get yourself clicked while you’re skipping on the clouds, this would be one destination which can create such visual illusions

14. Skaftafell National Park, Iceland

Skaftafell national park, iceland
Jökulsárlón is the largest glacier lagoon or lake in Iceland. Situated in south eastern Iceland, this fascinating place is scattered with icebergs of every imaginable shape. This one looks like a chicken head or not?

15. Kelimutu crater lakes in Flores Island, Indonesia

Kelimutu crater lakes in flores island, indonesia
This volcanic site close to Moni, Indonesia can be reached through a hike. The tri-coloured lakes that fill the craters are a natural phenomenon. When visiting this place, one must visit the ‘steaming mountain’ which is said to be a mystical and haunted place

16. Cenotes of the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico

Cenotes of the yucatán peninsula of mexico
Cenotes are natural pits in the ground which are usually formed from the collapse of limestone bedrocks, thus revealing the groundwater underneath. This stunning example of this natural phenomena is in the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. One has the option to snorkel (individually or with a guide) or just swim about at this nature’s very own private pool

17. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA

Antelope canyon, arizona, usa
This fascinating natural wonder in Arizona, USA is a slot canyon and this surreal visual illusions (called sunbeams) can be credited to the lights that seem in through the cracks on the top. These effects are only visible for about half and hour everyday around noon and guided tours take travelers to explore this wonder while explaining its geological aspects

18. Yamdrok Lake, Tibet

Yamdrok lake, tibet
This freshwater lake is one of the largest sacred lakes in Tibet and populat tourist attraction as well. Tibetians believe that lakes are sacred as they’re dwelling places for protective deities and are said to have special powers. Located in the peninsula jutting into the lake lies the famous Samding Monastery, the only monastery to be headed by a female re-incarnation

19. Hitachi Seaside Park, Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan

Hitachi seaside park, hitachinaka, ibaraki, japan
Every fall, the trees change colour at this lovely park in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan. Apart from this fascinating phenomenon that is locally called ‘koyo’, the park is an ideal picnic spot for various reasons. Being a large park, one has the option to rent a cycle or get on to the train called Seaside Train to explore the many wonders that this park has to offer. So if you’re planning a trip to Japan and you want a break from the big city life that Tokyo and Osaka have to offer, here is a countryside escape that offers a lot of calm

20. Zhangye Danxia in Gansu, China

Zhangye danxia in gansu, china
This unusual yet stunning formation of rainbow colours can be witnessed at the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Gansu, China. This unique natural wonder is a result of red sandstone and mineral deposits that have been laid down for over 24 million years

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