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Potash Evaporation Ponds in Utah


These electric blue shapes in the brown desert are potash evaporation ponds managed by Intrepid Potash, Inc., the United States’ largest producer of potassium chloride, and are located along the Colorado River, about 30 km west of Moab, Utah.

Nilometer: Ancient Structures Used to Measure the Level of River Nile


Every year the river Nile begins to rise in the summer, the water overflows its banks and deposits slit on the surrounding floodplain.

The Cardrona Bra Fence


The Cardrona Bra Fence of Central Otago, New Zealand, began in 1999 some time between Christmas and New Year, when four women's bras were found attached to the wire fence alongside the road.

Clootie Wells: The Celtic Wishing Trees


The tradition of making offerings at wishing trees and wells dates back hundreds of years, and can be found all over the world in different forms.

The Beautiful Uummannaq Island, Greenland


Uummannaq is a picturesque island and town in the Qaasuitsup municipality, in northwestern Greenland, located 590 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle, and home to the most prominent mountain on the Arctic coast of western Greenland.

A Glue-less Paper Bridge That You Can Walk Over


British artist Steve Messam has installed a bright red, weight-bearing arch bridge across a stream in the rural Lake District National Park of Cumbria, in UK, using nothing but 22,000 sheets of paper.

The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death


On the third floor of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for the state of Maryland, in Baltimore, the United States, the chief medical officer and his deputies deliver lectures to trainee police officers on the art and science of crime scene investigation.

Monte Testaccio: The 2,000-year-old Garbage Dump in Rome


On the outskirts of Rome, near the Horrea Galbae, a short distance away from the east bank of the River Tiber, lies an enormous mound overgrown will grass and small trees.

Mill Ends Park: World’s Smallest Park


Mill Ends Park in Portland, the United States, is only two feet in diameter and is really just a flower pot, but don’t say that aloud, especially in front of Portlandians.

The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death


On the third floor of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for the state of Maryland, in Baltimore, the United States, the chief medical officer and his deputies deliver lectures to trainee police officers on the art and science of crime scene investigation.

Spiders Rain Down on Australian Town


While raining cats and dogs is only a metaphor, raining spiders is a reality in Australia. The latest arachnid shower took place last week in a town called Goulburn, in New South Wales, approximately 195 km south-west of Sydney, where millions of tiny spiders rained down from the sky and blanketed the countryside with their webs.

Ducks Get Their Own Lane in Britain


Ducks and ducklings can appear in the most unlikely places, such as in the middle of a busy street walking single-file or nesting under balconies or in the middle of ball fields.

Photographing Cruise Ships From Above by Jeffrey Milstein


Modern cruise ships look gigantic enough from the shore, but their true scale is only revealed when viewed from above.

White Sands Desert, New Mexico


About 26 km southwest of Alamogordo and just south of the White Sands Missile Range, in the state of New Mexico, the United States, is an immense area of snow-white sand.

The Wall of Tears, Galapagos Islands


The Galápagos Islands are best known for their diverse flora and fauna. The islands were made famous by Charles Darwin whose keen observation on the island, during the voyage of the Beagle, eventually led to the development of his theory of natural selection and evolution.

The Angel of The North


The Angel of the North is a steel sculpture of an angel with outstretched wings that stand 20 meters tall on top of a hill in Tyneside, outside Gateshead, in England, towering over the landscape and dwarfing all those who come to see it.

Yukitsuri: The Japanese Snow Suspenders


During the winter months, many Japanese gardens sprout strange conical structures that rise above the trees like a crown.

Meikleour Beech Hedges: World’s Largest Hedge


The Meikleour Beech Hedge is located right besides A93 Perth-Blairgowrie road, about 18 km north of Perth and 6 km south of Blairgowrie, in Scotland.

The Stunning Secret of Politehnica Metro Station, Bucharest


The Politehnica metro station in Romania’s capital city of Bucharest, near the Politehnica University of Bucharest, sees relatively little traffic, but is still used by thousands of subway passengers each day.

The Mystery of Puma Punku’s Precise Stonework


Puma punku is the name of a large temple complex located near Tiwanaku, in Bolivia, and is part of a larger archaeological site known as Tiahuanacu.


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