Inspiring Mountain Views That Will Take Your Breath Away

Have you ever seen the sunrise standing on a mountain top? Have you ever climbed a mountain and just stood there, watching this peaceful, fiercely beautiful world pass by? It’s at moments like these that you suddenly feel so tiny and lost in the majesty of mother nature. Once you ‘conquer’ a mountain top, you will find it impossible to stop exploring. Soon there will be another one to climb, and another one after that.

Join me in this journey to see the most beautiful and breathtaking views from around the world.

The Dolomites, Italy

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10 Colourful Places To Visit

1. Cinque Terre, ItalyCinque Terre, Italy

2. Santorini, GreeceSantorini, Greece

3. Guanajuato, MexicoBurano Island, Italy

4. Venice, ItalyVenice, Italy

5. Provence Village of Menton, FranceProvence Village of Menton, France

6. Reykjavik, IcelandReykjavik, Iceland

7. Wroclaw, PolandWroclaw, Poland

8. Bristol, EnglandBristol, England

9. Willemstad, Curacao, CaribbeanWillemstad, Curacao, Caribbean

10. Naples, ItalyNaples, Italy

(Here in this post are only 10 places but there are many more colourful places to visit)

Supplementary Photos with some help from fellow bloggers

Valparaiso, ChileValparaiso, Chile

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada st john's newfoundland canada

Copenhagen, DenmarkCopenhagen, Denmark

Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norwaylongyearbyen svalbard norway 2

Paradise Island, BahamasParadise Island, Bahamas

Júzcar, SpainJúzcar, Spain

7 Epic Displays of Lightning

1. Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Iceland eyjafjallajokull-volcano-lightning-iceland_26742_990x742

On a Sunday In Iceland, Volcano Eyjafjallajökull burst through her ice caps and provided a light show for villagers down below of burning red magma and crackling white lightning  as clouds of black ash covered the night sky. Photographer Sigurdur Hrafn Stefnisso took the time to snap some photos before getting to safety. But how does this happen? This kind of phenomena happens when a volcanic cloud and its convection current are carried up into higher than normal parts of the atmosphere, creating static with the surface of the planet (hence, the lightning). It’s what scientist call a “Dirty Thunderstorm.” Continue reading