Monthly Archives: February 2018
Fingal’s Cave (Fingal’s Cave) or as it is also called “cave of melodies” is located on the island of Staffa (Staffa), part of the inner Hebrides of Scotland, and located to the West of the island of mull. It fascinates with its whimsical sounds and melodies of nature.
Staffa island itself is very small, about a kilometer long and half a kilometer wide. at its highest point, It rises 46 meters above sea level. The name of Staffa means “island-column”, and the ancient Vikings called it “island of columns”, most of its coast, the total length of which is 2.4 kilometers, consists of basalt cliffs. Continue reading
Troll language (Trolltunga) in Norway is a stone cliff above the Ringedalsvatnet lake. once you see a photo of Troll Tunga, you will definitely want to go on a tour of the Troll language and take a picture on this stone cliff. Just imagine how your friends groan and gasp when you show them your photo.
Today, the Troll language hike is the most popular track in Norway, but there is an equally popular track on the Prekestulen rock.
A lot of weirdos doing a variety of interesting pictures on this harsh rock. Continue reading
The sa Morakot Emerald lake is located in the Tongariro National Park of New Zealand. It is famous for the extraordinary color of its water, changing depending on the lighting, the time of day from pale blue to emerald green.
Thanks to underground hot springs, the lake’s water is highly mineralized and very warm. The reason for the unusual color of Sa Morakot is the high concentration of minerals in the water.
Emerald lake is located at some distance from the highways. You can get to it on foot, passing through a one-and-a-half-kilometer glade or along a trail. Continue reading