Western Brook Pond, Canada

Western Brook Pond

Source: Diane Hammond

Western Brook Pond is a lake in Gros Morne National Park, Canada that offers amazing views. It was formed after a few glaciers melted. It is also a popular place for boat rides.

20 Impressive Cave Shots

These natural underground spaces have captured the imagination and curiosity of humans for centuries. Some ancient cultures think of them as the entrance to the underworld, some other like their god’s home and a couple more see them as sacred places. They are not only interesting and great places to visit for adventurers, a lot of them are gorgeous.

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A Tree on a Quiet, Sunny day at Lake Hawea, New Zealand

Lake Hāwea is located in the Otago Region of New Zealand, at an altitude of 348 metres. It covers an area of some 141 km² and is, at its deepest, 392 metres deep. Its name is Maori , and is thought to be named after a local tribe though the exact meaning is uncertain. In 1958 the lake was raised artificially by 20 metres to store more water for increased hydroelectric power generati

Iceland Glacial Lake

Iceland is well known as a country with many lakes and great natural beauty. Also, due to its geographical location considered to be one of the colder countries. When all of these together with the natural beauty of the winter we get almost magical landscape.

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