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Geysir, Iceland

Geysir, Iceland

Iceland -- Hverarond is a hot spring area and one of the largest sulfur spring areas in Iceland. The water in these mud pits are so hot that they actually boil. The area is situated at 410 m above sea level. Photo: Megan Anne

Iceland -- Hverarond is a hot spring area and one of the largest sulfur spring areas in Iceland. The water in these mud pits are so hot that they actually boil. The area is situated at 410 m above sea level. Photo: Megan Anne

An eruption of Strokkur Geysir in Iceland. A single burst can reach a height of up to 30 meters.

An eruption of Strokkur Geysir in Iceland. A single burst can reach a height of up to 30 meters.

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Lovely beach at Fakarava in the Tuamotu Archipelago in Polynesia, Pacific Ocean. Photo by Julien Huc

Lovely beach at Fakarava in the Tuamotu Archipelago in Polynesia, Pacific Ocean. Photo by Julien Huc

Laguna Colorada is located at the Andean Plateau in Bolivia at about 3,700 m altitude and close to the border with Chile. It is a shallow salt lake with a deeply red colour, which is caused by red sediments and some red algae. James's flamingo, aka the puna flamingo, populates here.

Laguna Colorada is located at the Andean Plateau in Bolivia at about 3,700 m altitude and close to the border with Chile. It is a shallow salt lake with a deeply red colour, which is caused by red sediments and some red algae. James's flamingo, aka the puna flamingo, populates here.

Strokkur geyser near the Hvítá River in Iceland (© Zinaida Sopina/Shutterstock)

Strokkur geyser near the Hvítá River in Iceland (© Zinaida Sopina/Shutterstock)

Dragon eggs -- Moeraki boulders on Koekohe Beach, located on the east coast of New Zealand, not far from Hampton. The boulders are composed of mud, fine silt and clay, and cemented by calcite. Most of the boulders are 1.5 to 2.2 metres and (almost) spherical. They are hollow in the middle.

Dragon eggs -- Moeraki boulders on Koekohe Beach, located on the east coast of New Zealand, not far from Hampton. The boulders are composed of mud, fine silt and clay, and cemented by calcite. Most of the boulders are 1.5 to 2.2 metres and (almost) spherical. They are hollow in the middle.

Simpson Desert, Australia

Simpson Desert, Australia

Coast near Marsa Matruh, Egypt. The place is known for its white soft sands and calm transparent waters. ---Mmmm, it looks lovely!

Coast near Marsa Matruh, Egypt. The place is known for its white soft sands and calm transparent waters. ---Mmmm, it looks lovely!

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