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Kruiend ijs – Drifting ice in The Netherlands

Kruiend ijs – Drifting ice in The Netherlands

The rare natural phenomenon of ‘kruiend ijs’ in The Netherlands. Drifting sheets of ice, causing unusual scenes as they piled up around the shores of the inland sea IJsselmeer. A sight that is usually confined to (sub) Arctic environments much further north.

Eldfell erupting a rainbow

Eldfell erupting a rainbow

Eldfell volcano suddenly arrived in spectacular fashion on the island of Heimaey on 23 January 1973, and caused quite some upheaval. After it finished its business on July 3 of that same year, it now lies dormant and watches over the island peacefully. But occasionally it still erupts a rainbow.

Dalal├Ž├░a – Spectacular waterfalls of fog

Dalal├Ž├░a – Spectacular waterfalls of fog

The Icelandic dalal├Ž├░a, the elusive natural phenomenon of fog waterfalls. I was incredibly lucky to experience this, being at the right place at the right moment when it accidently happened. I stood right in the middle of it, and saw spectacular waterfalls of fog flowing over the rocks and mountains all around me. I’ve never seen anything like it. It was absolutely magical.

Aurora Solaris – The sunset version of northern lights

Aurora Solaris – The sunset version of northern lights

The landscapes of Australia are truly out of this world, and so are the sunsets. This is the incredible sunset at Wollemi National Park, home of the prehistoric Wollemi Pine. It was like an Aurora Solaris – the sunset version of northern lights.

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