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Foto-serie: Se 10 smukke steder du ikke vil tro er virkelige! | Skyscanner

Foto-serie: Se 10 smukke steder du ikke vil tro er virkelige! | Skyscanner

Foto-serie: Se 10 smukke steder du ikke vil tro er virkelige! | Skyscanner

Foto-serie: Se 10 smukke steder du ikke vil tro er virkelige! | Skyscanner

Foto-serie: Se 10 smukke steder du ikke vil tro er virkelige! | Skyscanner

Foto-serie: Se 10 smukke steder du ikke vil tro er virkelige! | Skyscanner

The Fairy Glen, Scotland The Fairy Glen on the Isle of Skye off the west coast of Scotland is a weird place. It's not actually inhabited by fairies, but the further you go up the valley, the more your sense of scale goes awry and it's easy to imagine that this word-in-miniature hides away a population of otherwordly beings.

The Fairy Glen, Scotland The Fairy Glen on the Isle of Skye off the west coast of Scotland is a weird place. It's not actually inhabited by fairies, but the further you go up the valley, the more your sense of scale goes awry and it's easy to imagine that this word-in-miniature hides away a population of otherwordly beings.

Garden of Cosmic Speculation

Garden of Cosmic Speculation

Foto-serie: Se 10 smukke steder du ikke vil tro er virkelige! | Skyscanner

Foto-serie: Se 10 smukke steder du ikke vil tro er virkelige! | Skyscanner

need to be here...that is all !

need to be here...that is all !

Bicheno Blow Hole by Simon Baker Photography, via Flickr

Bicheno Blow Hole by Simon Baker Photography, via Flickr

6000 yr old fire? The underground coal fire that creates what is called “Burning Mountain” (Mount Wingen) near Wingen, New South Wales, Australia was probably started by lightning or spontaneous combustion. At least, that’s the assumption—no one knows for sure because it has been going strong for at least 6,000 years. Scientists believe it may be the oldest known continuously burning coal fire. The blaze moves at a rate of about 1 meter (3.3 ft) each year due south.

6000 yr old fire? The underground coal fire that creates what is called “Burning Mountain” (Mount Wingen) near Wingen, New South Wales, Australia was probably started by lightning or spontaneous combustion. At least, that’s the assumption—no one knows for sure because it has been going strong for at least 6,000 years. Scientists believe it may be the oldest known continuously burning coal fire. The blaze moves at a rate of about 1 meter (3.3 ft) each year due south.

If you go down to Koekohe beach in New Zealand you can be sure of a big surprise. In front of you, scattered like enormous marbles from some long abandoned game between giants, are hundreds of giant spherical rocks. Or are they the egg shells of sea-born dragons? The Moeraki boulders present us with a mystery – what are they and how on earth did they get here?

If you go down to Koekohe beach in New Zealand you can be sure of a big surprise. In front of you, scattered like enormous marbles from some long abandoned game between giants, are hundreds of giant spherical rocks. Or are they the egg shells of sea-born dragons? The Moeraki boulders present us with a mystery – what are they and how on earth did they get here?

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