Trio Falls, Colorado, United States

Trio Falls between Lion Lake 1 and 2, in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Credit: Steven Bratman Trio Falls is a falls located just 11.6 miles from Estes Park, in Boulder County, in Rocky Mountain National Park, in the state of Colorado, United States. Trio Falls show a great example of how strong can the water's eroding power and carve into the granite rocks in which they flow. Trio Falls is one of the most beautiful and amazing waterfall in the world.
Blue Moon Valley, China

Blue Moon Valley

Blue Moon Valley is located near Lijiang, in Yunnan province China. Blue Moon Valley area is also called Shika Snow Mountain area it is located in the southwestern Shangri-La it is about 7km away from Shangril-La county with about 15 min driving. Cable in this attraction has began to serve since 2006. With a 4,190-meter-long, this cable is the longest one in Yunnan Province. People can get to the peak (4,000 meters above the sea level) from the foot of the mountain (3,270 meters above the sea level). When standing on the peak, people can have a view of Meili Snow Mountain, Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, as well as snow mountains in Daocheng, Sichuan.Shika is a Tibetan word (Shangri-la dialect) meaning a mountain abounding in deer. It is said....
Swarovski Kristallwelten, Austria

Swarovski Kristallwelten, Austria

Credit: traumlichtfabrik The Giant waterspout at the entrance of Swarovski Kristallwelten was launched at 1995 In Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of Swarovski. The Swarovski Crystal Worlds / Visitor Center /Swarovski Kristallwelten Museum - is a tourist attraction at Wattens (The Swarovski company is Wattens’ main employer), located about 10km from Innsbruck, Austria. The Visitor Center has some fascinating & dynamic exhibitions made of crystal, The entrance to the park through a water spouting giant’s head covered with vegetation and a part of a hill, with big sparkling Crystal eyes and a mouth, which is actually a water fountain. For more information visit Wikipedia – Wattens
Lake O’Hara, Canada

Lake ohara, Canada

Credit: Ben Neumann Lake O’Hara is a lake situated in the alpine area of Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada. Yoho National Park is neighboring with Banff National park and Kootenay National Park all are apart of the Canadian Rockies. There is a limitation to the amount of people that can visit each day in order to protect the sensitive alpine environment. (reservations to reach Lake O’Hara are made 3 months in advance). For more information Check out Parks Canada.
Cenote Dzitnup, Mexico

Cenote Dzitnup Mexico

Credit: Adam Baker Dzitnup Cenote is one of about 7,000 Cenotes in the Yucatán Peninsula (Mexico). Dzitnup Cenote is a Cenote (fresh water ponds, usually underground). Dzitnup Cenote is located near Valladolid in the southeastern part of the Mexican state of Yucatán. It has big tree roots hanging down through a hole in the ground (or ceiling.. depends how you look at it). Dzitnup, almost right across from the more famous Cenote - Samula. It is a beautiful place truly amazing and it is easy to sea the the fish in the clear blue water, it is possible to swim in, and the inside light is very dramatic.
Pumpkin Spring, Grand Canyon, United States

Pumpkin Spring, Grand Canyon, USA

Credit: Al_HikesAZ Located deep in the majestic Grand Canyon is the presence of a heated pool like a giant pumpkin gorgeous. Many take trips down its length but among the majestic scenery is something which they do not quite expect, a huge, enormous gourd-like squash. Jutting out from the canyon wall and perched above the river, this highly unusual formation is known as Pumpkin Spring. Over the millennia the Pumpkin like spring has grown to the extent that is could be said to resemble something from a Roald Dahl novel. Dahl would probably have approved – although the spring might look enticing it isn't quite as friendly as it appears. Pumpkin Spring is formed from a special form of limestone, due to the accumulation of minerals from the natural hot springs....
Christine Falls, United States

Christine Falls

Christine Falls is a waterfall on Van Trump Creek in Pierce County, Washington. The falls are 69 feet feet high and are best known for having a bridge spanning the lower drop. Christine Falls is almost impossible to get a shot of the two drops together, the lower drop is probably more popular and more photographed. More at Christine Falls.
Petra, Jordan

Petra Jordan

Petra is a historical and archaeological city in the Jordanian governorate of Ma'an, that is famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system. Another name for Petra is a rose city. Petra stands in the southern area in Jordan. By the Arab invasion of the 7th century AD, Petra was a forgotten city and remained so until it was rediscovered in 1812 by the young Swiss explorer Johann Burckhardt. It’s perhaps most stunning at dusk, when the ancient city is aglow with thousands of candles. Petra was chosen by the Smithsonian Magazine as one of the "28 Places to See Before You Die". For more information, visit: Wikipedia.