✯ The Sun, The Moon and The Northern Lights - Norway
The Most Powerful Weather Phenomenon You've Never Heard Of: The Microburst
Göbekli Tepe ~ Wikipedia This (very recent) discovery DOUBLED the known history of humankind...yes, this site is over 12,000 years old. That is 7000 years older than Stonehenge & the Egyptian pyramids!! So far, they have uncovered and excavated only 5% of the ruins in the last 13 years....the civilization & complex is GIGANTIC & completely FASCINATING!!!
Göbekli Tepe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dallol Volcano salt geyser, Danakil Desert, Ethiopia.
Termites in Zimbabwe build gigantic mounds inside of which they farm a fungus that is their primary food source. The fungus must be kept at exactly 87 degrees F, while the temperatures outside range from 35 degrees F at night to 104 degrees F during the day. The termites achieve this remarkable feat by constantly opening and closing a series of heating and cooling vents throughout the mound over the course of the day.
A "Skypunch" in Switzerland. This rare phenomenon occurs when ice crystals form above the clouds and fall downward.
Located on the island of Vagar, in the Faroe Islands, Lake Sorvagsvatn (also known as Leitisvatn) is an amazing lake. What makes the lake interesting is its two different levels. Covering an area of 3.4 square kilometers, it is the biggest lake of the Faroe Islands. Faroe Islands is a group of 18 islands that make Faroe Islands Archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Poulnabrone dolmen in the Burren, County Clare, Ireland.
Mountain of the Gods - Ruins on Mount Nemrut, Turkey. Burial site of kings, dating from the first century B.C.
Willow, Alaska, house known as the Dr. Seuss House