Category Archives: Landscape

The Most Dangerous Volcano in the World: A tale of Nyiragongo | Volcano World | Oregon State University

Source: The Most Dangerous Volcano in the World: A tale of Nyiragongo | Volcano World | Oregon State University

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Dancing Forest – Rybachiy, Russia – Atlas Obscura

The reason for the strange contortions in the trunks of these “drunken” pine trees is still a mystery. Source: Dancing Forest – Rybachiy, Russia – Atlas Obscura

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The Embarrassing History of Crap Thrown Into Yellowstone’s Geysers – Atlas Obscura

Laundry, horseshoes, coins, and the collective decency of humanity. Source: The Embarrassing History of Crap Thrown Into Yellowstone’s Geysers – Atlas Obscura

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How to Clear a Path Through 60 Feet of Snow, Japanese Style | Atlas Obscura

Snow Canyon in Toyama is both visually stunning and quite the technical feat. Source: How to Clear a Path Through 60 Feet of Snow, Japanese Style | Atlas Obscura

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Toquima Cave – Austin, Nevada | Atlas Obscura

This central Nevada cave is the spiritual home of ancient and enigmatic pictographs. Source: Toquima Cave – Austin, Nevada | Atlas Obscura

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Living in China’s Expanding Deserts – The New York Times

People on the edges of the country’s vast seas of sand are being displaced by climate change. Source: Living in China’s Expanding Deserts – The New York Times

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Blood Falls – Antarctica | Atlas Obscura

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Siberian river mysteriously turns bright red, nicknamed ‘Blood River’ | Toronto Star

‘Blood River’ winds through a dead zone twice the size of Rhode Island. Source: Siberian river mysteriously turns bright red, nicknamed ‘Blood River’ | Toronto Star

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There are heaps of WWII junk rusting in Greenland’s fjords — and the photos are eerily beautiful

An intrepid photographer spent two years photographing the junk the US Air Force abandoned at Bluie East Two because he thinks it’s time it was cleaned up. Source: There are heaps of WWII junk rusting in Greenland’s fjords — and … Continue reading

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