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Native Huichol people refer to Punta Mita as a place for spiritual renewal, an apt description for this almost-island surrounded on three sides by …Fish
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The Maldives are a wonderful and popular vacation destination visited by tourists from throughout the world. Here you can find numerous resorts and …Travel
Sorry about the late update. I’m not in Bondi – you’d probably gathered that. We’ve just circumnavigated the state of Victoria stalking waves. You gotta be tough to surf down here in Vicco. They’ve got great waves but it’s cold, windy, wet and fickle. When it’s on, it’s on – world class. But when the artic winds blow (and its small) you’ll need to spend some time in the car, which ain’t a bad thing…seeing The Great Ocean Road is probably one of the most famous stretches of road in Australia. It was built between 1919 and 1932. It’s the world’s largest war memorial, dedicated to the casualties of World War I…a fine tribute hugging some of the most picturesque coastline I’ve seen. See more from today at www.aquabumps.com
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andbeyond: ngorongoro crater lodge perched at a crater's edge in the unspoiled landscape of tanzania, a cluster of lodges unites traditional african banana leaf ceilings and palm roofs with opulent, whimsical design. see more: http://www.designboom.com/architecture/andbeyond-ngorongoro-crater-lodge-tanzania/
Photography of rock formations in Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness area on the Utah-Arizona border in and the world famous “The Wave” by Blaine Harrington III.
This image was taken in one of Bermuda’s submerged sea caves in Sargasso Sea by diver Jill Heinerth.You can clearly see the stalagmites and stalactites strewn throughout the cave. Bermuda was created by volcanic eruptions along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge about 100 million years ago. At that time, the Atlantic Ocean was much narrower and Bermuda was in closer proximity to Europe and Africa. With the sea floor spreading and the widening of the Atlantic, shifted Bermuda away from the Eastern Hemisphere, while maintaining its position relative to the North American coast. During the early Pleistocene (about 1-2 million years ago), the top of the volcanic sea mount was eroded down below sea level and corals began to grow around the margins, thus producing the only atoll in the North Atlantic. Today, the volcanic basement rocks of Bermuda are completely covered by limestone. This limestone originated as carbonate sand from the reefs that formed dunes, which subsequently were cemented through the action of rain into rock. All known caves of Bermuda are formed in this limestone caprock.More than 150 limestone caves have been recorded in Bermuda. These caves are of an impressive size, containing abundant stalactites and stalagmites. Although most cave entrances are situated inland, many of the caves extend down to sea level and contain clear, deep, anchialine pools in their interior. Diving explorations of the underwater sections of Bermuda's caves have resulted in the discovery of extensive networks of cave passage at depths averaging 18m. Bermuda's longest cave, the Green Bay Cave System is totally submerged and contains more than 2km of explored passageways. The presence of stalactites and stalagmites in the underwater caves is proof that the caves must have been dry for prolonged periods of time during the Ice Ages when sea level was at least 100m lower than today. photo credit: ©Jill Heinerth http://jillheinerth.smugmug.com/ source:http://www.showcaves.com/english/car/region/bm.html image via:http://geog1202bermuda.tumblr.com/
PONTHUS’ BEECH<p>Photograph by CHRISTOPHE KICIAK<p>In this incredible photograph by Christophe Kiciak, we see the beautiful Ponthus’ Beech, located in …