The Salar de Uyuni, or Uyuni Salt Flats, is a large, surreal environment in southwest Bolivia. The world's largest salt flat covers 10,000 square kilometers.
The Wave is a beautiful rock feature in northern Arizona's Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Coyote Buttes. Light and shadows modify the Wave.
Turkmenistan's Karakum Desert has the Door to Hell, a gigantic, burning crater. Since 1971, the natural gas field has burned continuously.
The huge Hang Son Doong Cave in central Vietnam's Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is awe-inspiring. One of the world's largest caverns
Mendenhall Glacier and ice caves are in Juneau, Alaska. The caves and dreamlike passages are formed by glacial water.
The Fairy Pools are a collection of crystalline pools and waterfalls near Glenbrittle in Skye, Scotland.
"The Cave of the Crystals" sounds and appears like a location from a fantasy movie. In reality, though, the cave is found in the Mexico's Naica Mine.
The Antelope Canyon is one of the most photographed canyons in America and was created by flash flooding that eroded the sandstone.
Suaeda thrives in alkaline soil. Red young plants bloom in April. Redder plants bloom. The protected area is full of birds and animals.