A natural pool of water hideaway in Isalo National Park, Madagascar. Wouldn’t it be great to visit?
Canions do Sul (by wal Moraes)
Doug Perrine captured these stunning photographs in the Maldives. The particular location (Vaadhoo Island) has a concentrated population of bioluminescent phytoplankton. Bioluminescence is a natural chemical reaction which occurs when a micro-organism in the water reacts with oxygen. When washed ashore by the tides, the phytoplankton’s chemical energy is turned into light energy, illuminating the waves.
Totally how I feel..
where is this?
Ruins of the Golkonda Fort in Hyderabad, India. Built in the 1500s, the fort was the capital city of the Qutb Shahi kingdom. Golkonda was home to one of the most powerful Muslim sultanates of the region and was the flourishing center of diamond trade.
Many famed diamonds such as the Koh-i-noor and Hope diamonds are believed to have been excavated from the mines at Golkonda Fort.
Tsutsuji Matsuri, Nagakushiyama Park | Taro Matsumura
a lake in montana whose water is so clear it appears shallow, when really its over 100 feet deep!
this is actually kinda terrifying because what if someone doesn’t know how deep it is, so they go diving and try to swim to the bottom, but they always seem just out of reach, so they just keep swimming… and when they realize something’s wrong it’s too late
Imagine seeing a body at the bottom….
tumblr has the ability to turn everything beautiful into something terrifying
What if you see a skeleton at the bottom of what appears to be a shallow part of the lake. As you dive down to check them out you notice the water is deeper than you originally thought. Much deeper. You come to realize that there is no way these remains could be human, you’re not even half-way down and already the skull already looks bigger than your car
Versailles by jivedanson
The extremely picturesque town of Hallstatt in upper Austria. It is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Listed Site
by cherry choi