Fantastic landscapes from around the world

• Fantastic landscapes from around the world

Our planet is beautiful. Her many beautiful and wondrous places that all are countless. And while the world huge number of truly surreal landscapes. In these places, time seems to have stopped, they seem so unusual and delightful that sometimes it seems that they are not on this planet or not of this world. Show all impossible, but some places are so amazing that I want to admire them again and again.

Fantastic landscapes from around the world Fantastic landscapes from around the world

1. Tourists on the track next to the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park, USA.

It is the largest hot spring in the United States and third largest in the world after New Zealand sourced and Dominica. (AP)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

2 dragon tree, Socotra, Yemen. (Alamy)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

3. Tunnel of Love in Ukraine. A couple strolls along the deciduous "tunnel of love" near the town of Klevan. This tunnel is actually - three-kilometer portion of the private railway serving the plant. The trains are delivered to the factory in this tunnel three times a day. (Rex Features)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

4. Sossusvlei, Namibia. Salt and clay plain, surrounded by high red dunes, located in the southeastern part of the Namib Desert. (Rex Features)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

5. Lake Lake Pukaki, New Zealand. It is the largest of the three Alpine lakes, stretching from north to south along the northern edge of the pit Mackenzie on the South Island of New Zealand. (Alamy)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

6. Cappadocia, Anatolia, Turkey. Here you can see the stones and rocks of different shapes, colors and sizes. (Alamy)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

7. Riverside Park Hitachi in Japan is about 190 hectares. Where flowers bloom all year round. Park famous for its blue flowers nemophila Mendis. In spring, it is growing more than 4, 5 million in blue. (Alamy)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

8. A couple of pictures of Antelope Canyon, Arizona, from the inside. It is the most visited canyon in the southwestern part of America. It is located on Navajo land. (AP)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

9. Odle Mountains, Italy, part of the Dolomites. Dolomites are named after geologist Hoists gratin de Dolomieu who first described dolomite stone, "guilty" in the characteristic shape and color of these mountains. (Rex Features)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

10. The gates of hell, Darvaza, Turkmenistan. This creepy cave in the Karakum desert is burning for more than 40 years. She was found in 1971 by Soviet geologists, when the ground beneath their drilling tower collapsed, leaving a huge hole with a diameter of 70 meters. The crater is filled with potentially toxic gas, and the decision was made to set fire to it. Scientists believed that the pit stops flashing after a few days, but the fire still burns here with the same force. (Rex Features)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

11. Rice Terraces, Bali, Indonesia. (Rex Features)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

12. Canyon Wenxiu, China. After millions of years of wind and rain erosion canyon formed different landscapes, strange rocks and saturated colors, thanks to which it is similar to Mars. (Alamy)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

13. The Giant's Causeway, Antrim, Northern Ireland. There are about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns resulting from the eruption of an ancient volcano. The road is located in the county of Antrim on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland. (Rex Features)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

14. Giant Buddha, China. It was built during the reign of the Tang Dynasty. Buddha carved out of the rock, which is located at the confluence of the Minjiang and Dadu rivers in the southern part of Sichuan Province in China. (Alamy)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

15. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia. Largest saline 10,582 square meters in the world. km. It is located in Potosi, in the south-west of the country. (Rex Features)

Fantastic landscapes from around the world

16. The Wave, Arizona, consists of interwoven U-shaped valleys, eroded during the Jurassic period. (Alamy)

17. travertine, Pamukkale, Turkey. Pamukkale in Turkish means "Cotton Castle". This natural site in Denizli Province. It consists of hot springs, ditches and terraces. (Alamy)