Glowing blue tide at night in Vaadhoo, Maldives. Looks like a scene from Avatar, isn't it?
It may look like an alien life-form has washed up on a beach, but this striking neon blue effect is a completely natural phenomenon - this is a result of a chemical reaction called bioluminescence,it occurs when a micro-organism in sea water is disturbed by oxygen.
Awesome lighted cherry blossom in Taiwan, close to Sun Moon Lake
Glass Beach is a beautiful, rugged beach west of Fort Bragg, with cliffs and crashing waves. There's little sand, but nevertheless, Glass Beach is one of California's most interesting beaches.
The Fort Bragg city dump once stood here. It closed in the 1960s, but broken glass remained. Over the years it's been ground and polished.
The world’s largest salt flat, it creates a mirror effect after the rain.
Pongua Waterfall in Vietnam is truly breathtaking. Photo by Dang Ngo