|Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. --Rachel Carson|
11 Unbelievable Places that are Hard to Believe Really Exist--by Bored Panda, syndicated from boredpanda.com, May 15, 2013
Our world is so full of wonders that new and amazing places are discovered every day, be that by professional photographers or amateurs. Different geographical locations, climatic conditions and even seasons offer the widest variety of natural wonders: pink lakes, stunning lavender or tulip fields, breath-taking canyons and mountains, and other places you can hardly believe actually exist!
Some of the pictures in this collection will be of all natural sights you can find while traveling around the world, while the others have experienced human interference – but even in these cases, the result of such collaboration is spectacular. The Japanese learned how to tame thousands of orchids and form a romantic tunnel out of them; another one was formed all the way in Ukraine by a passing train; and what eventually ends up as hot tea in our mugs, first grows in stunning tree fields in Asia.
No wonder that traveling in one of the best forms of recreation – even looking at these pictures takes your mind to far away places… And yes, all those of those places are real!
Image credits: Oleg Gordienko
Tulip Fields in Netherlands
Image credits: Allard Schager
Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia
Image credits: dadi360
Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan
Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska
Image credits: Kent Mearig
Red Beach, Panjin, China
Image credits: MJiA
Bamboo Forest, Japan
Image credits: Yuya Horikawa, Tomoaki Kabe
Street in Bonn, Germany
Image credits: Adas Meliauskas
Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan
Black Forest, Germany
Image credits: Andy Linden
Fields of Tea, China
Image credits: Unknown
Reprinted with permission. To see more pictures of unbelievably beautiful places that actually exist, visitBoredPanda.
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