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    Beautiful and Strange Earth


    Beautiful and Strange Earth

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    sunset

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    Badlands national park, south dakota

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    Sunset, Dunure, Scotland

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    Triple Falls in Glacier National Park, Montana

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    Mount Rainier, Washington Mount Rainier is the most heavily glaciated peak in the lower 48 states, with ice and snow covering 35 square miles. The 14,410-foot peak was named in 1792, when British explorer Capt. George Vancouver named it after a friend of his, Rear Adm. Peter Rainier.

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    Antelope Canyon, Arizona...

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    Lightning strike over water

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    Amazing!

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    Grand Canyon National Park

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    Featherstone, England

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    Navagio Beach Zakynthos

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    Yucatan Cenotes. National Geographic Adventure

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    Northern Lights - Iceland

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    Dona Ana Beach, Algarve, Portugal...

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    Victoria Falls, Africa

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    Cạlı Đrėạmınġ

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    Mount Roraima, two billion years in making, is surrounded by 400m tall cliffs on ALL sides! This mountain’s location – in South America – forms a triple border with Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana. It forms the highest peak of Guyana’s Highland Range.

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    Racetrack Playa in California is known for its sailing stones.

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    It's called Fly Geyser and it's only there because of an accident. A water well drill hit an underground geothermal water source and now there's a spectacular and alien looking geyser that continuously shoots out hot water.

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    The Atacama desert may be both isolated and hostile to humanity, but that doesn’t mean it remains untouched by the hand of Man… literally. This monumental sculpture of a human hand rising out of the desert sands was created by Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrazabal and stands 11 feet tall.

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    The Underwater Sculpture Park is the work of sculptor Jason Taylor from England

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    Situated near the small town of Darvaz in Turkmenistan.  Thirty-five years ago, geologists were drilling for gas when then encountered a very large cavern underground filled with a poisonous gas.  They ignited the gas expecting it to burn off in a few hours.  The gas is still burning to this day

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    Somewhere in the small town of Darvaz,Turkmenistan, there is a fire that has continued to burn for about 40 years now. The locals have given a name that could not be more apt: “The Door to Hell.”

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