The most prominent cape on the Latvian coast where two seas meet – the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga.
Scientific art in the form of plush petri dish specimens created by UK fiber artist Elin Thomas. The pieces are a mix of needle felting, embroidery and crochet.
These are wonderful . . . 💖❤💖 #elinthomas creates petri dishes filled with mold, but she’s not using any week-old peanut butter sandwiches. The fiber artist builds her science experiments using a felted wool base, and then carefully crafts individual growths using crochet and embroidery techniques. Most of her creations are set in authentic 8cm borosilicate glass petri dishes,
Korean sculptor Kang Dong Hyun creates animal-shaped metal sculptures fusing animal forms with natural elements such as branches of trees and little twigs.
The Staircase of the King of Aragon is a 187 steps staircase carved into the vertical side of a limestone cliff in Bonifacio, Corsica.
Seen from the sea, it appears as a dark oblique line, all the way up the cliff.
According to legend, it was dug in one night by the troops of the king of Aragon, Alfonso V the Magnanimous, during the siege of Bonifacio in 1420. Most likely, the staircase was made over a longer period of time by Franciscan monks for access to the drinking water source at the bottom cave below.
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The Bisti/De-Na-Zin is a 45,000-acre wilderness area located in New Mexico. Established in 1984, the Wilderness is a desolate area of steeply eroded badlands.
The landscape is covered in unusual formations like the ‘Cracked Eggs’, colorful mud hills, and large petrified trees. Pillars exist solely because everything around and below them has been removed by wind and water, over time.
Along the beach located near Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park, Washington, thrives a tree with its root system exposed to the coastal elements. The tree that has been referred to as The Tree of Life aka Root Tree Cave,
wins its battle with gravity hanging on by it roots over a slowly eroding cave along the bluffs of the Pacific Coast.
The tree has entirely exposed roots that aren’t anchored to the ground cliff slowly eroding over time. The cave under the tree was caused by a small stream that empties into the ocean.