Night over Europe with the Aurora Borealis skimming the horizon, photo taken from space by Expedition crew member Colonel Douglas H. Wheelock

Night over Europe with the Aurora Borealis skimming the horizon, photo taken from space by Expedition crew member Colonel Douglas H. Wheelock

The world’s deepest swimming hole, located in Brussels, Belgium. Nemo 33 is a submerged structure with platforms at various levels that plummet down 108 feet! It holds 2,500,000 liters of non-chlorinated spring water that stays a toasty 86 degrees. Divers often use this facility to train, and there are even simulated underwater caves! All-out awesome!

Fancy a dip? The world’s deepest swimming pool which descends 113 feet and contains a whopping 660,500 gallons of water

The world’s deepest swimming hole, located in Brussels, Belgium. Nemo 33 is a submerged structure with platforms at various levels that plummet down 108 feet! It holds 2,500,000 liters of non-chlorinated spring water that stays a toasty 86 degrees. Divers often use this facility to train, and there are even simulated underwater caves! All-out awesome!

Sunrise seen from the bottom of the Grand Canyon last week was truly a glimpse of God's grandeur

Sunrise seen from the bottom of the Grand Canyon last week was truly a glimpse of God's grandeur

Tree Hotel. So I'll be in sweden if you need me.

Treehotel

Dragon Fire Ball,  A Mysterious Phenomenon Of The Mekong River

Dragon Fire Ball, A Mysterious Phenomenon Of The Mekong River

Dragon Fire Ball, A Mysterious Phenomenon Of The Mekong River

Over the past 300 years an amazing array of beech trees has formed on Bregagh Road near Armoy, County Antrim, Ireland.  These trees are world renowned as the Dark Hedges...  They look amazing in any light, at any angle.  In black and white or color, they never cease to inspire or fascinate those that are fortunate enough to visit them.

Over the past 300 years an amazing array of beech trees has formed on Bregagh Road near Armoy, County Antrim, Ireland. These trees are world renowned as the Dark Hedges... They look amazing in any light, at any angle. In black and white or color, they never cease to inspire or fascinate those that are fortunate enough to visit them.

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