The century old oak in a dovecote

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In the old days, the possession of a dovecote was a symbol of status and power, and only the nobles had the privilege of owning one.

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Fantastic views of the frozen crystal clear lake

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In the mountains called High Tatras, Slovakia, there is a lake that looks fantastic. Frozen, it becomes virtually transparent because of its crystal purity. When tourists came across this lake, it is likely that they thought that it was a hallucination. It seems as if they are walking on air.

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Frenzy lightning over the Grand Canyon

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Here it is – the moment of genuine drama: in the dusk a fierce lightning illuminates the canyon, which is considered one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.

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Stone forest in Madagascar

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Nature Reserve Tsingy du Bemaraha located on the west coast of Madagascar, and is famous because of the amazing stone forest. The reserve area is 666 square kilometers and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The landscapes here are fascinating – the giant rock, and preserved forests of mangrove trees, as well as many other miracles.
The reserve is a plateau consisting of the Stone Forest karst sharp spiers formed during erosion of the softer limestone.

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Fire tornado

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One of nature’s rarest phenomenon’s – fire tornado.A fire tornado, also know as a fire devil, is caused when a column of warm, rising air comes into contact – or causes – a fire on the ground.Chris Tangey had been out in Alice Springs, Australia, scouting locations for a new movie.After finishing the task, he went over to help workers at a cattle station when he was confronted by one of nature’s most intimidating spectacles.

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