Hana Highway Bamboo Forest in Maui

Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees, Maui, Hawaii, USA--There is a small forest of these trees off the Hana Highway. As the outer bark naturally sheds it leaves strips of green inner bark exposed and as it grows the inner bark turns bluish, orange, purple and maroon.

Bamboo Forest, Haleakala National Park, #Maui Been here and it is beautiful!!

Three Bears Falls, Hana, Maui, Hawaii. This is incredible to see, just amazing and beautiful. The road to Hana is very winding and takes a very long time but very much worth it, take you swimsuit and stop at the many areas on the way to Hana to swim, when you get to Hana, eat at Mamas fish house! Wonderful, then go visit Lindbergs grave!

Red Sand Beach near Hana, Maui

Fern Forest, Jamaica

✔️✔️ - Rainbow eucalyptus on the Road to Hana - Maui, Hawaii. Yes they really are that colourful...

Bamboo forest - Hiking the Pīpīwai Trail, Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii

Giola not well known by the people of Greece because it is located on the island of Thassos near Astris delpueblo, access to this lake is not very easy, this is a natural pool formed in the rocks just the sea, is a beautiful place, a sacred reward for those willing to make such a journey.

✯ Haleakala National Park - Maui

Nakalele Blow Hole Maui, Hawaii

Sawasdee Village Resort, Thailand

Girona, Spain

Bamboo Forest, Japan

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How green and energizing! Take in the sights of The Bamboo Forest at Arishiyama - Kyoto, Japan. #TravelThursday #Travel #Destinations

Poland's Mysterious Crooked Forest - In a tiny corner of western Poland a forest of about 400 pine trees grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks - all bent northward. Surrounded by a larger forest of straight growing pine trees this collection of curved trees, or "Crooked Forest," is a mystery.

Ocean Arch Heart, Maui, Hawaii

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Amazon forest.....The air we breathe.....Respect !

The “Stairway to Heaven,” Mount Rainier, WA, begins at the base of a fir tree and spirals to 82 feet into the sky. A rainbow-colored suspension bridge stretches 43 feet over the forest floor. It’s the only way to reach the Treehouse Observatory, which provides expansive views of Mount Rainier and the Nisqually Valley. The Cedar Creek Treehouse accommodation is 50 feet up a nearby tree.