Thousands of years ago glaciers sculpted the sandstone into amazing cliffs towering over Lake Superior, Apostle Islands. During summer, the caves are inaccessible and can be viewed only from the water. But in cold winters, when conditions are just right, visitors can tread across the frozen lake to explore the Apostle Islands mainland sea caves and the dazzling ice formations that adorn the red sandstone cliffs.
Kutkhiny Baty is a pumice rock formation outcrop located 4 kilometres from the source of the River Ozernaya (Lake Kurile), near the southern tip of the Kamchatka peninsula, Russia. The Kuthiny Baty Valley was formed about 8,000 years ago when a massive volcanic explosion shook the entire peninsula and an enormous amount of the ejected material created a thick layer of deposits all over the countryside. Subsequent erosion carved a spectacular valley scattered with obelisks that appear to resemble gigantic canoes standing upwards, which is where the name Kuthiny Baty comes from, as it means “standing boat” in Russian.
Bali is famous for its varied landscape of rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture.
In this series of photos by Bertoni Siswanto dramatic colourful skies reflected on serene waters.