Iguazu Falls may be the most popular waterfalls in Argentina, but Mocona Falls take the crown for the most unique.
Grassholm is a small uninhabited island, just 200 meters across, located 13 kilometers off the southwestern Pembrokeshire coast in Wales.
On first look, these busts appear to be carved out of porcelain or perhaps fine white marble, but actually they are made of thousands of layers of paper glued together.
In the Japanese city of Kameoka, which lies just over the western mountains of Kyoto city, an intriguing geological oddity is found.
The Kondyor Massif is a perfectly circular geological formation in Eastern Siberia, Russia, roughly 600 km west-to-southwest of Okhotsk, or some 570 km south-east of Yakutsk.
Stilt fishing is a method of fishing unique to the island country of Sri Lanka, located off the coast of India in the Indian Ocean.
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System is one of the largest pipeline systems in the world. It starts at Prudhoe Bay on the Alaskan North Slope and then winds it way south transecting the state for a distance of 1,287 km, until it arrives at the Marine Terminal at Valdez.
A lot of ancient bridges across Europe are referred to as the Devil’s Bridge. These bridges were built under such challenging conditions that successful completion of the bridge required a heroic effort on the part of the builders and the community, ensuring its legendary status.
Philippines based graphic designer and children’s book illustrator Eisen Bernardo superimposed a selection of modern magazine covers on classical paintings to create an art series called “Mag + Art”.
Glowworm beetles belong to the family of Phengodidae and are so called because the adult females of this family of insect can produce light, just like fireflies do.
Black is not an uncommon color in the animal world; bears are black, gorillas are black, there are breeds of dogs and cats that are black.
In this day and age when kids bring home a new toy every time they return from the supermarket, it’s hard to believe that anybody would want to repair their old toys.
Exploring the rare wildlife in Indian woods has its own glee. From the regal beasts to the sweet chirping avifauna, the verdant beauty of this glorious country embraces everything that can rejuvenate and galvanize the senses of a nature aficionado.
Polish graffiti artists Sainer and Bezt, collectively known as Etam Cru, paint large scale murals of surreal scenes heavily charged with Eastern European folklore, mysticism, fantasy and witty humor.
The Aar Gorge, also spelled Aare Gorge, is a narrow gorge which has been cut through a section of limestone ridge, by the Aar river, close to the town of Meiringen, in Switzerland.
A Chinese company called Fruit Mould has come up with an innovative idea of creating kind plastic molds that transform regular fruits and vegetables into wacky and weird shapes that you've never seen before - square watermelons, heart shaped cucumbers and Buddha shaped pears.
Papakolea Beach, also known as Green Sand Beach or Mahana Beach, is a green sand beach located near South Point, in the Kaʻu district of the island of Hawaii.
Amguid crater is an impact crater located in a remote and inaccessible region of southwestern Algeria.
One of the most interesting old towns in southern Westphalia is the medieval town of Freudenberg located in the Siegen-Wittgenstein district, in North Rhine-Westphalia, in Germany.
Ferrocarril Central Andino, in the Andes, is the second highest railway in the world, and one of the most notable due to the great technical challenges faced and overcome while laying the line.