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    The color comes from iron oxide in the sand, with shades ranging from light pink to deep red. (Courtesy tensaibuta/Flickr)

    The immense Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentine Patagonia is more than 50 miles in length and 500 feet deep. (Courtesy pclvv/Flickr)

    There are almost 40,000 hexagonal ballast columns at the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland that were formed 60 million years ago by magma that spewed and cooled along the coast. (From: Photos: 10 Places That Are Out of this World )

    In Baltimore, Edgar Allan Poe's final resting place looks as if it's straight out of one of his tales. (Courtesy Westminster Preservation Trust) From: World's Most Haunting Cemeteries

    The Hiawatha trail, built atop a former railway, also features 10 covered tunnels along its 15-mile route. (Courtesy Skilookout) From: Beautiful Paths of the World.

    The white sand beaches of Boracay are just an hour's flight from Manila. (From: Photos: Top 10 Best Budget Destinations 2013)

    25 Breathtaking Places Around the World - Navio Beach, Vieques Island, Puerto Rico

    Sand patterns...Nature's art!

    The deep blue of the Bay of Tunis makes the perfect backdrop for the white buildings in Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia. (From: Photos: Beautiful Villages Around the World)

    The Colors of Death Valley National Park, California

    White Sands, New Mexico.

    A lift lowers divers directly into the water below to explore the reef, which the Seaventures rig now serves to protect. (From: World's Weirdest Hotels)

    Bedruthan Pinks | England

    Death Valley National Park, California

    The Villandry Chateau near the town of Tours in the Loire Valley, is one of the many sites that have earned the region status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (From: Photos: Top 10 Best Budget Destinations 2013)

    Ball's Pyramid, the world's tallest seastack, off the Eastern coast of Australia

    Oregon Sand Dunes

    Uzbekistan by Ben Smethers

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    Garden tomb, Petra, Jordan

    White Sands National Park, New Mexico