In this world, various places are demonstrating their unique charm. The sky remains, but the scenery is changing; the air is same, but the flavor is different; the camera is in common, but the beauty is not. For a photographer, they can take beautiful pictures of these places for his twitter. So, let me show you how beautiful they are.
1. Seljalandsfoss, Iceland
Located between Cisco Ayrshire Falls and Selfoss, Seljalandsfoss is one of Iceland’s most beautiful waterfalls, which has appeared in books and magazines on many occasions. If you travel to Iceland, it will be a big regret that missing this beautiful Seljalandsfoss.
Though neither the highest ranked nor the biggest ranked among many waterfalls in Iceland, Seljalandsfoss is the most elegant one. It is the most beautiful moment of Seljalandsfoss when sun rays piercing through the morning clouds and shining on the waterfall, making you linger on with no thought of leaving for home.
2. Vik, Iceland
Vik is a peaceful and harmonious town, behind which is the endless sea. As the best well-known attraction in Vik, the sand color of Reynisfjara Beach differs from those conventional, it is black. It is so naturally black that the sea water remains clear without being affected at all, glittering like gold in the sunlight.
There are few modern buildings in this town in that it is located in the southernmost in Iceland, but its houses are simple and refreshing. In the afterglow of the sunset, every building is painted a Nordic style against the backdrop of snow-capped mountains.
3. Wisteria Tunnel, Japan
Hanoi Wisteria Garden is privately owned and is a limited number in Japan. Every year from Late-April to Mid-May, various wisteria flowers bloom in sequence, bringing visitors into a romantic fairy tale world.
It is said that the largest wisteria tree here is over 100 years old. There are twenty two wisteria tree species, accounting for an amount of one hundred and fifty, which attracts lots of visitors to have a picnic and enjoy leisure.
4. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt marsh in the world, located in southwestern Bolivia, near the small town of Uyuni. After each rain, the lake surface of Salar de Uyuni will, like a mirror, reflect the incredibly beautiful sceneries of sky. This is what people said “mirror of the sky”.
Every year, there are countless photography enthusiasts driving to take a picture. Forty thousand years ago, a huge lake dried up to form the Salar de Uyuni. It is only during the rainy season that hard-shelled surface of this lake will become smooth as a mirror. At this moment, what is sparkling like a diamond in front of your eyes is salt rather than ice. Not only some beautiful sceneries, but also many rare animals and plants such as the enchanting millennium cactus, the rare bee finches and the pink crane grow there. However, the most dynamic scenery there is to watch leisure animals walking everywhere.
5. Luoping Cole Flower Field, China
In Europe, people may not know Yunnan Province , but they must know Luoping County, known for its cole flowers. Luoping Cole Flower Field ranks the first in China even in the world in terms of its area, and it’s also one of the most peculiar seas in the world.
Every year in February, March and April, cole flowers are in full blossom at its best. Cole flowers there blossom in various terraces, arch-shaped or semi-circular with three or four levels, some of which is close to those planted with wheat, vegetables or nothing, presenting a landscape of bright colors. One filed covered with cole flowers is glittering like gold, while the other field covered with wheat is sparkling as jade.
6. Glacier National Park, the United States
In 1818, the United States and British Canada divided the national boundary between 49 degrees north and the continental watershed, the south of which is Glacier National Park, located in the Rocky Mountains in northwestern Montana, and the north is Watton National Park.
Since 1932, the U.S. and Canadian governments have merged these two parks for their similar landscapes, building the first international peace park in the world. As one of the world heritage sites, this new park symbolizes permanent peace between two countries.There are steep snow-capped glaciers and beautiful lakes and mountains dazzling as crown pearls. These beautiful sceneries bring it a reputation for “Crown in the Rocky Mountains”, which is as famous as Yellowstone National Park or Canadian Rockies.
7. Pamukkale, Turkey
Located in the southwestern Denizli, Turkey, Pamukkale is a well-known hot spring resort, with not only natural hot springs for thousands of years,but also this quirky cotton-like hill. Turkish Pamukkale comprises these two words, Pamuk (cotton) and Kale (castle). Cotton refers to its white color , which looks like a cotton ball in the distance, while it’s a hard limestone terrain indeed. The castle comes from its shape, multiplied by one layer after another. That is how the name Pamukkale comes.
There are many hot springs. When water is flowing down from the top of the cave and washing the hillside into a ladder shape, a pond is formed where people can sit inside and soak. Minerals in these hot springs are slowly down, carpeting the hillside as a whole. If you look from the top to the bottom, every hot spring reflects, like a mirror, blue sky and white clouds; if you look at opposite direction, the hillside is covered with magma, very spectacular. Photographers walk from the top of the mountain along the twisting path in order to take some wonderful pictures.
8. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
This tunnel is called as “a tunnel to love” by local people of Klevan, Ukraine. Strictly speaking, it is not a real road or tunnel, but a train track, which is complimented by countless people for its incomparable beauty. This beautiful track is arched and surrounded by branches.
In spring, leaves grow out of branches, filling your eyes with green color; in summer and autumn, leaves as a shield against the reflecting sunlight, relieving summer heat; in winter, leaves fall down, casting a worm sunlight. Whenever seasons you are, you can keep these beautiful scenes in your camera.
Amazing stuff. Keep it up!