Welcome to the 4th ‘Fascinating Friday!’ I am really excited about what I have to share with you today! The last two weeks we considered some of the most extraordinary places that you can stay at! If you missed those issues, then you can view Part 1 HERE and Part 2 HERE.
This week we are looking at 5 sites here on earth that will you speechless. (Well, you would be speechless if you were actually there 😉) But, the pictures are pretty incredible as well! We are travelling to the Netherlands, Wyoming, Vietnam, Madagascar, and Nevada!! Are you ready to be amazed?
Here we go!! 🚀
#1 Tulip Fields, Netherlands
Check out how perfect the lines are!
I am not a flower guy, but this is pretty cool!
Not sure if that is a sunset or a sunrise.
The colours are so incredible!! Hard to believe this place is real.
Aerial view! Notice the broad range of colours!
#2 Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, Wyoming
The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park is the largest hot spring in the United States and the third largest in the world.
LOOK AT THAT RED, THOUGH!!
The spring is approximately 370 feet (110 m) in diameter and is 160 feet (50 m) deep.
This seems too amazing to actually exist!!!
A view from afar.
#3 Terraced Rice Fields, Vietnam
Breathtaking view of the valley!
Notice how precise each line is…a true piece of art.
Close up view of the terraces.
I love these Golden rice terraces!
I really think this would be an awesome place to visit! It is so incredible!!
#4 The Stone Forest, Madagascar
The colossal ‘Grand Tsingy’ landscape in western Madagascar is the world’s largest stone forest, where high spiked towers of eroded limestone tower over the greenery.
Looking up from below!
Lemurs love the stone forest!
Walk through these sharp, stone towers on man-made bridges!
These rock formations are really incredible! Notice how sharp the one on the right is.
#5 The Fly Geyser, Nevada
The brilliant colours of the geyser are due to thermophilic algae.
Fly Geyser was accidentally created during well drilling in 1964 while exploring for sources of geothermal energy. The well may not have been capped correctly or left unplugged, but either way, dissolved minerals started rising and accumulating, creating the travertine mound on which the geyser sits and continues growing.
The geyser contains several terraces discharging water into 30 to 40 pools over an area of 74 acres.
A view of the geyser spewing out water! This would be an incredible place to visit!
Well, that wraps up the 4th Fascinating Friday!’ I had a lot of fun finding these incredible places! I really hope that you enjoyed today’s issue. ‘Fascinating Friday’ will not only include places around the world but much more fascinating stuff including all kinds of fascinating products and things that are available for you to buy!
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