Frozen Beauty of Lofoten Archipelago in Norway

Frozen Beauty of Lofoten Archipelago in Norway

Lofoten is a unique district with distinctive scenery that attracts many travelers. The area is known for its mountains, peaks, sheltered bays and open sea. It is very popular for fishing as well. People take motor boats, go into open sea and catch a decent yield, mostly it is Atlantic cod.

Another Wonder of the World

Another Wonder of the World

Red Mountain, the Eighth Wonder of the World, a sacred place - all these words have been said about the amazing mountain Uluru in Australia. Ayers Rock is one of the most recognizable symbols of the Green continent.

10 Animals Which Our Children Will See Only on Pictures

10 Animals Which Our Children Will See Only on Pictures

We can still see these animals walking in Zoo cages, watch TV reports from their habitat, or even meet them in the expedition. But environmentalists are afraid that our children will be able to see bears, rhinos and other animals just on the photos, videos, and bones in a museum.

Fantastic Landscapes of Pinnacle Desert

Fantastic Landscapes of Pinnacle Desert

Australian Desert Pinnacle is the area, where reality and fantasy are mixed so that it is difficult to imagine what other strange areas hides this Green continent. Rocky desert after the discovery in 1960 is constantly visited by tourists.

Scandinavian Fauna in the Photos of Roger Brendhagen

Scandinavian Fauna in the Photos of Roger Brendhagen

Norwegian photographer and naturalist was born and lives in Oslo, but he spends most of the year traveling around, so the world from Antarctica to the Arctic can be called Roger’s workplace and home at once. He likes taking pictures of wild nature, yet he is never afraid to approach dangerous animals and take some stunning macro photos.

Mysterious Ice Cave in Skaftafell

Mysterious Ice Cave in Skaftafell

Bizarre ice caves in Iceland national park Skaftafell are the result of glacial sediment that lasted for centuries. When the air warms up and it is raining in the park, the cave walls become thinner.

How the Eyes Reveal Our Thoughts

How the Eyes Reveal Our Thoughts

Our eyes move constantly, and although some of these movements we consciously control, most moves are done unconsciously. For example, while reading we make a series of very fast eye movements, called saccades, which fixate and record one word after another.

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