Nature is beautiful but in our daily lives we have not seen even half of what it has to offer. It has some unexplainable phenomena which are so beautiful that they are hard to forget. People who are lucky enough to have seen these or capture these have talked about the experience all their lives.
So we have brought to you some of the most epic natural phenomena so that you can enjoy the views too and cherish the whole life.
1. Island Java is the home to magical Blue Lava which is actually a chemical reaction resulting in blue flames which glows in the dark. The lava bursts out from the Kawah Ijen crater.
2. Dirty thunderstorms and lightning are result of the volcanic eruption, the fire and collison of the particles of volcanic ashes.
3. Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat located in Bolivia. Even when it gets flooded what small amount of water, you get to see the mesmerizing reflection of the sky on it.
4. This iceberg is placed upside down in the middle of the sea and is so fascinating to look when you pass by it.
5. The waves of the sea appear blue due to a natural phenomenon called bioluminescence. Just imagine how enchanting it would feel when the glowing waves touch your feet.
6. The intensity of lightning outside our atmosphere is much scarier than what we see. It is a layer of atmosphere which saves the earth from the heavy chaos.
7. During sunset, the rays of the sun makes the waterfall look golden in colour. It is the most beautiful view you will ever see.
8. This picture was captured at the right moment when the ice has melted and shifted to the centre forming an ice disk in Westbrook, Maine. Doesn’t it look like moon has fallen on the river?
9. Supercells are normal thunderstorms but with an added twist of mesocyclone which causes them to rotate.
10. Have you ever seen rolling clouds? Well, it is possible with a rare meterological phenomenon which creates beautiful Morning Glory Cloud.
11. The rocks actually look like the waves have risen to a height and have frozen there. Wave Rock of Australia was formed naturally and is 49 ft (15 meters) tall.
12. Doesn’t these clouds resemble the change of weather in horror movies when the ghost comes into the picture? The Asperitas clouds looks threatening and ominous but they generally dissipates without a storm.