Take a look at the list of most beautiful forests in the world.
National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, Will Gadd, climbing the famous glaciers found at the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world.
Earth is a beautiful place full of wonders. Unfortunately it is inhabited by people and they are the one’s who f&%k things up. Thanks to politics and wars, some parts of the world are extremely difficult to see (unless with a gun in your hand..). Take a look at the following set of photos that feature one of the most visually dynamic places that you’ll (probably) never see in person.
The shores of Hong Kong glow blue with wave upon wave of beautiful bioluminescent water in a phenomenon commonly known as Sea Sparkle. This phenomenon was brought on by something less-than-inspiring: environmental pollution… but still looks awesome. See for yourselves.
If you drink tea, it’s probably not grown in America. If you live in the USA, then it’s a pretty safe bet that you don’t have a terrific view of a tea plantation. In fact, you probably have no view of a tea plantation — or “estate” — and that’s a pity cause it’s pretty. Grab yourself some tea, if you are so inclined, while you view these terrific tea plantations.
Whales change the climate. The return of the great whales, if they are allowed to recover, could be seen as a benign form of geo-engineering. It could undo some of the damage we have done, both to the living systems of the sea, and to the atmosphere.