These majestic trees are standing along the shoreline of Sumba, and they look like they are dancing with the tide and swaying in the breeze. Their roots are thick and tangled, and they play a big role in keeping the coast safe from erosion. They also provide a safe home for many sea creatures. It’s a mesmerizing and important sight to see!
..the largest living lizard on Earth. I had the privilege of capturing this stunning Komodo Dragon in its natural habitat. Witnessing its raw power and majestic presence was a humbling experience. These ancient reptiles have roamed the earth for millions of years, and their survival is a testament to their adaptability and resilience.
Discover the mesmerising beauty of Padar Island in Indonesia. Home to the legendary Komodo dragons and boasting a rare combination of white, pink, and black sand beaches, this dreamlike island will leave you awe-inspired.
Created by artist Jón Gunnar Árnason, the sculpture is made of stainless steel and depicts a stylized boat with a skeletal framework. The sculpture is meant to evoke the image of a dream boat, sailing off into the setting sun. – Iceland –
Kelimutu holds great sanctity for the local Lio community, who believe it to be a sacred place where the souls of the deceased migrate. The spirits of the young find their way to the comforting warmth of Tiwu Koo Fai Nuwa Muri, known as the Lake of Young Men and Maidens. The souls of the elderly, on the other hand, are believed to reside in the chilling waters of Tiwu Ata Bupu, the Lake of Old People. As for the wicked, their souls are said to be drawn to Tiwu Ata Polo, also known as the Bewitched or Enchanted Lake.
The photograph captures a mesmerising moment within one of Iceland’s unique ice caves, showcasing the stunning natural beauty of the country’s glacial formations. It serves as a reminder of the fragility of our planet and the importance of preserving our natural environments, particularly in the face of climate change.
The Mount Bromo crater is located in East Java, Indonesia and is one of the most active and well-known volcanoes in the world. The crater is situated inside the larger Tengger Caldera and is approximately 2,329 meters (7,641 feet) high.
In curating this picture, I intended to highlight the majesty of Arctic Ocean’s natural environment and to inspire a deep sense of appreciation for the natural world.
In light of the urgent need to address climate change, it is crucial that we prioritise the protection and preservation of our planet. The meat and dairy industries are among the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions, which are driving climate change. By adopting a vegan lifestyle, we can make a significant impact in reducing our carbon footprint and slowing the pace of climate change.
Ultimately, my hope is that this picture and its message will motivate others to take action and join in protecting our planet for future generations.
One is reminded of the beauty and power of nature, and the delicate balance between human presence and the natural world. It serves as a reminder of the enduring allure of Iceland, and the many wonders that await those who are brave enough to venture out and explore its rugged and beautiful terrain. – Reyniskirkja Church, Iceland