the Dar al-Hajar (Rock Palace) perched atop a rock pinnacle at the Wadi Dhahr Valley in Yemen. Classic example of Yemeni architecture built in 1786 by Imam Mansour Ali Bin Mahdi Abbas; in the Imam Yahya Hamid Al Din extended it as a summer residence.
Salar de Uyuni marks the location of the world's largest salt flats, which can be found in southwest Bolivia. This stunning image captures the Uyuni Salt Flats right after rainfall. The salt crystals reflect puffy white clouds like an enormous mirror.
There's a pink version of this photo going around as "Moss Bridges Ireland" or "Bridges Park, Ireland", but this is photo originally looks like this and is not from Ireland but from Saiho-ji Zen Garden in Kyoto Japan
The Northern Lake Baikal is famous for it’s unnatural beauty. During the winter, the turquoise Ice cubes are formatted on the top of the lake. Located in Siberia, the Baikal lake creates these stunning turquoise ice cubes.
"Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives that glows with millions of pinpoints of glowing blue. The light from these bioluminescent phytoplankton looks like a fantastic starry sky somewhere deep in the universe.
Sentinels of the Arctic, Finland - These sentinels are actually giant trees covered in snow .These sentinels are actually giant trees covered in snow and ice. This strange sight occurs in winter, when temperatures range from to degrees centigrade.
Tianzi Mountains, China - Formed underwater 380 million years ago, the flow destroyed surrounding sandstone, leaving only resilient stone pillars. Some of the columns have reached over feet above sea level.
The Marble Caves of Patagonia, Chile, are beautiful vibrant blue caverns, partially submerged in the equally stunning turquoise waters of Carrera Lake. The lake itself is on the border of Argentina and Chile, with the caves located on the Chilean .
The deep blue Crystal Cave of Svmnafellsjvkull (CORR) in Skaftafell, Iceland was created by the glacier from Vrffajvkull Volcano's icecap meeting the coastline. The deep blue color is due to centuries of compression removing air from the ice.