sixpenceee:

The Krubera Cave is the world’s deepest cave. It is 2197 meters deep and will take you approximately an entire month to get to the bottom. Here is a map of this place. 
Dawn Patrol at Great Reno Balloon Race
Reno, Nevada, USA | by Beau Rogers
expressions-of-nature:

Pink Lake Hillier in Australia | Andrea Maizzi

Lake Hillier is a pink-colored lake on Middle Island, the largest of the islands and islets that make up the Recherche Archipelago, Western Australia. From above the lake appears a solid bubble gum pink.
Unlike other pink lakes in the world like the one in Retba and the salt ponds at San Francisco Bay, the pink color of Lake Hillier has not been decisively proved, although it is speculated that the color could arise from a dye created by the organisms Dunaliella salina and Halobacteria. Another hypothesis is that the pink color is due to red halophilic bacteria in the salt crusts. That the color is not a trick of light can be proved by taking water from the lake in a container – the pink color can be found to be permanent.  

Information Source: via Amusing Planet
cuteautumn:

autumnciders:

The Pumpkin house Kenova, West Virginia 

all year round autumn/halloween blog!
flickr:

Sly house by SteffenKahl on Flickr.
“Faces in Places” photos might make you look at everyday objects a little bit differently. Watch the story on our blog.
Use of Colours in an Urban Setting
Lisbon, Portugal | by Pedro Simoes
Flower Carpet in Brussels
Brussels, Belgium | by Frans Sellies

terra-mater:

Eye of the Sahara

The Richat Structure in the Sahara desert of Mauritania. This structure is a deeply eroded, slightly elliptical, 40 km in diameter, dome. The sedimentary rock exposed in this dome ranges in age from Late Proterozoic within the center of the dome to Ordovician sandstone around its edges.

Initially interpreted as an asteroid impact structure because of its high degree of circularity, it is now argued to be a highly symmetrical and deeply eroded geologic dome. Despite extensive field and laboratory studies, geologists have found a lack of any credible evidence for shock metamorphism or any type of deformation indicative of a hypervelocity extraterrestrial impact. While coesite, an indicator of shock metamorphism, had initially been reported as being present in rock samples collected from the Richat Structure, further analysis of rock samples concluded that barite had been misidentified as coesite.

In addition, the Richat Structure lacks the annular depression that characterizes large extraterrestrial impact structures of this size. Also, it is quite different from large extraterrestrial impact structures in that the sedimentary strata comprising this structure is remarkably intact and “orderly” and lacking in overturned, steeply dipping strata or disoriented blocks.

vacilandoelmundo:

Time Slice by Richard Silver

The idea behind the “Time Sliced” Project was to photograph iconic world buildings at sunset and capture the changing light from day to night in a single image. Experimenting with a few different kinds of processes I came up with the “Sliced” idea. I decided to Slice time and light showing the progression of the day from left to right.

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Ta Prohm
Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia | by Erin Sitt

Abandoned Victorian Style Greenhouse, Villa Maria, in northern Italy near Lake Como. Photo taken in 1985 by Friedhelm Thomas
plasmatics-life:

Pool Bar at Sawasdee Village Hotel ~ By syntaxfree
politicsandcupcakes:

the-tweed-fox:

pagewoman:

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The Chalford Roundhouse,Gloucestershire,England.

I picture Ratty living here in Wind in the Willows.

Agreed!

gasoline-station:

Residential Tower

by Gigon / Guyer + Atelier Ww

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Opaque  by  andbamnan