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10 Beautiful Ocean Landscapes That Show The Wonders Of Nature

Fall in love with these magnificent bodies of water!






The earth is made up of three-fourths water, and most of these are the oceans. When people think of oceans, what comes to mind is an image of a vast, water-horizon landscape. While this is true, there are also some beautifully-unique ocean landscapes that will fill you with awe.

If you think that oceans are merely monotonous, get ready to be amazed by these terrific sceneries. Here are 10 unique landscapes that will make you fall in love with the oceans.

1. Meeting Place of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea at Eleuthera Island, Bahamas

Be in awe with the sharp contrast of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.

Because the Caribbean Sea has shallow waters, its light blue hue stands in contrast with the deep Atlantic Ocean (which has a dark blue shade).

2. Meeting Place of the Baltic and the North Sea, Denmark/Sweden

This is the place where the waters meet but don’t substantially mix.

The difference in water densities between the Baltic and the North Sea create a beautiful division.

3. Horizontal Falls, Australia

The Horizontal Falls in Australia behaves precisely like its name.

Like a natural waterfall dropping vertically, the Horizontal Falls has fast-moving tidal water.

This tidal water is flowing through a narrow opening, which creates the “fall” imagery.

4. The Deep Channel at the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

The deep underwater channel located at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia separates Hardy Reef from Hook Reef.

This separation creates a fantastic ocean landscape.

5. ‘Underwater Waterfall’, Mauritius

The underwater waterfall in Mauritius is just an illusion made by runoff of silt and sand deposits.

Nevertheless, the view of this scenery from the sky is just breathtaking.

6. The Great Blue Hole, Belize

This large underwater sinkhole in Belize is part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

7. Ball’s Pyramid, Australia

The Ball’s Pyramid is a high-standing erosional remnant of a caldera and shield volcano.

This is the tallest volcanic stack in the world.

8. Malé, Maldives

The Island of Malé is an amazing example of an urbanized island.

It definitely makes a spectacular view when photographed from the sky.

9. Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway

It is a highway through the Atlantic Ocean.

Need I say more?

10. Rock Islands, Palau

The Rock Islands of Palau is a favorite tourist spot with beautiful beaches and sceneries.

Suffice it to say its impossible not to fall in love with the beauty of nature just by looking at these fantastic ocean landscapes.

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9 Islands That Were Forgotten In Time

What went wrong with these places?




With many people swarming to get into the city, there are islands that are abandoned. These places would have made a beautiful history and culture of its own but were never given a chance to develop.

Whether it is because of nature or works of the human hands, these places were left behind by the evolution of human race and technology. Let’s take a look at these nine deserted places where the hands of time froze.

#1. Hirta, Scotland, UK

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These 12 Amazing Staircases Make Elevators And Escalators Look Boring

Be blown away by these staircases!




Many people dislike staircases because they are strenuous, boring, and cause too much hassle. Well, these people have not seen these cool staircases from different parts of the world.

If you are one of those people, then prepare to get your minds blown by these 12 impressive staircases. Today, we feature 12 of the world's amazing staircases.

1. Bueren Mountain, Belgium

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7 Ancient Structures That Are Much Older Than Stonehenge

These buildings have been around for thousands of years.

Nobelle Borines



Stonehenge is usually the first thing we think of when discussing ancient structures. After all, the prehistoric monument is believed to have been constructed between 3000 BC to 2000 BC. However, England's ring of standing stones is hardly the oldest structure that still exists today.

Some of these buildings offered a glimpse at prehistoric life. For example, Tell Abu Hureyra was an ancient settlement in modern Syria that was occupied between 13,000 and 9,000 years ago. Archaeologists believe the settlement had proof of how our ancestors went from being hunter-gatherers to early farmers.

Today, the Tell is no longer accessible as it has been covered by Lake Assad. Here are seven ancient structures that are much older than Stonehenge.

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