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Natura świat 1


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Natura świat 1

  1. 1. This is the Bigar Cascade Falls in CarassSeverin, Romania at the 45th parallel.The dramatic moss-covered falls are situatedin the forests of the Anina Mountains and areformed by an underground water spring thatspills into the Minis River.
  2. 2. A group of Rainbow Eucalyptus trees spotted just off theHana Highway in east Maui.Commonly known as the Rainbow Eucalyptus, theMindanao Gum, or the Rainbow Gum, it is the onlyEucalyptus species found naturally in the NorthernHemisphere.The unique multi-hued bark is the most distinctivefeature of the tree. Patches of outer bark are shedannually at different times, showing a bright green innerbark.This then darkens and matures to give blue, purple,orange and then maroon tones.
  3. 3. A beautiful capture of Great Escape Road in Wilsall, Montana.
  4. 4. An eruption on lo as Jupiternears.This montage of images ofJupiter and its volcanicmoon Io, was taken by theNew Horizons spacecraft’sflyby.The Jupiter image is aninfrared color compositetaken by the spacecraftsnear-infrared imagingspectrometer on Feb. 28,2007.
  5. 5. Chittorgarh Fort is the largest fort inIndia and the grandest in the stateof Rajasthan.The fort, plainly known as Chittor,was the capital of Mewar and issituated several kilometres by roadsouth of Bhilwara.
  6. 6. This stunning rock formation is locatedat Iguazu Falls.This particular view can be seen from thelookout on San Martin Island on theArgentinian side of the falls.
  7. 7. An incredible aerial photograph ofMount Kilimanjaro.Kilimanjaro has three volcanic cones,Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira
  8. 8. SkÃgafoss is a waterfall situated in the south of Icelandat the cliffs of the former coastline.The coastline has now receded and it is now at adistance of about 5 kilometres (3.1 miles) from SkÃgar.
  9. 9. In this incredible picture, we look down the jaw-dropping Dragon Falls in Venezuela.Known locally as Churun Meru, it is about 10 kmsouth of Angel Falls in the same valley.
  10. 10. The Ninety Mile Beach is a sandy stretch of south-eastern coastline of Victoria, Australia along theGippsland Lakes region of East Gippsland on BassStrait. The beach is just over 151 kilometres (94 MI) longrunning north-eastward
  11. 11. This incredible Bonsai treehousewas created by Japanese artistTakanori Aiba. The intricate detailis absolutely phenomenal.Of his beautiful work, Takanorisays: Cultivating a modern Bonsaistyle by adding a theme of therelationship between human andnature  
  12. 12. A rare event in the badlands of Utah that occursevery few years when the conditions are just right.
  13. 13. Maelstrom at Kauai, HawaiiA maelstrom is a very powerful whirlpool; alarge, swirling body of water. A free vortex, ithas a considerable downdraft.
  14. 14. This image was taken at Teahupoo in Tahiti.
  15. 15. The moon and Venus over Switzerland.Lit from beneath by lights from the village ofTrubbach, Switzerland, a snow coveredmountain, Mittlerspitz, poses dramaticallyon the upper left, hovering over thesmall town of Balzers, Liechtenstein farbelow.
  16. 16. The Flatirons are rock formations near Boulder,Colorado. There are five large, numbered Flatironsranging from north to south (First through Fifth,respectively) along the east slope of Green Mountain.
  17. 17. New Zealand
  18. 18. Crater lakes in the Albertine rift of Africa
  19. 19. A total solar eclipse, close to sunset, silhouettingthe moon and sun, seen here above the Andesmountains in South America
  20. 20. Lake Strynevatn from Hjelle, Norway.Hjelle lies at the eastern end of Lake Strynevatn,midway between Stryn Sommerskisenter (20 km) andStryn township (27 km). Jostedal Glacier NationalPark Centre is just 5 km away.
  21. 21. This wonderfully illuminated sandcastle was builton Noosa Main Beach in Queensland, AustraliaThat’s All Folks