Few weeks have passed without having that sweet easy moment we loved so much! Well today I thought I’d give you not one, but seven pictures to enjoy!
And there’s nothing more surprising than discovering our Earth, its extremes, mysteries and enigmas! I’m always mesmerized when it comes to Nature. The simple things are the most beautiful and precious! Enjoy! (don’t miss the rest of the pictures right after the jump!)
This amazing photograph with the penguins surfing on the iceberg was taken by Maria Stenzel near the Candlemas Island (South Sandwich Islands). From one extreme to another – the Senegal’s Lake Retba with the collectors of salt, photographed by Robert Haas.
If you happen to go to Utah, US, remember to visit the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area! There you can admire this peony feathers-like reflection of the water on a simple rock wall (photographed by Frans Lanting).
Have you ever imagined that the lines of fronds drying in the field could look like this from above? (photo by Robert Haas)
How about a biplane flying in the Massachusetts sky (Monomoy Island)? (photo by Michael Melford)
The Empty Quarter desert – border lining Saudi Arabia, Oman, Yemen, the United Arab Emirates but such an amazing place to watch the shifting sands of the Rub Al Khali! (photo by George Steinmetz)
If you’re heading to Turkey, don’t miss the soft rock dwellings from Cappadocia! (photo by Klaus Nigge) (click the thumbnails below to see larger images) (via)