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This film is a combination of time lapse and video shot over two weeks while exploring the South Island of New Zealand. Locations include Queenstown, Arrowtown, Wanaka, Kinloch, Glenorchy, Fox Glacier, Mount Cook National Park, Twizel, Lindis Pass and Haast Pass.

This film is a combination of time lapse and video shot over two weeks while exploring the South Island of New Zealand. Locations include Queenstown, Arrowtown, Wanaka, Kinloch, Glenorchy, Fox Glacier, Mount Cook National Park, Twizel, Lindis Pass and Haast Pass.

How to turn ‘mundane’ into ‘exotic’ | Matador Network

How to turn ‘mundane’ into ‘exotic’

How to turn ‘mundane’ into ‘exotic’ | Matador Network

Antarctica, oftewel het zevende continent. De grootste wildernis ter wereld, waar je ogen tekort komt. IJsbergen, walvissen, pinguïns en nog veel meer. Op veel bucketlists van mensen komt Antarctica voor. En terecht, kijk maar. Met name rond minuut 5 en 6 is het ongekend mooi.

Antarctica, oftewel het zevende continent. De grootste wildernis ter wereld, waar je ogen tekort komt. IJsbergen, walvissen, pinguïns en nog veel meer. Op veel bucketlists van mensen komt Antarctica voor. En terecht, kijk maar. Met name rond minuut 5 en 6 is het ongekend mooi.

By Bianca There have been quite a few articles about Antarctica by now, but none of them actually about Antarctica itself. For most people the seventh continent is isolated from everything, and tha...

By Bianca There have been quite a few articles about Antarctica by now, but none of them actually about Antarctica itself. For most people the seventh continent is isolated from everything, and tha...

A raft rests peacefully on Switzerland’s Lake Thun, September 1985. By Jodi Cobb, National Geographic

A raft rests peacefully on Switzerland’s Lake Thun, September 1985. By Jodi Cobb, National Geographic

The chick of the Wanderer Albatross, 1915 / photographed by Frank Hurley

The chick of the Wanderer Albatross, 1915 / photographed by Frank Hurley

Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland.  Yeah, giants really made it! Naomi/MM

Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. Yeah, giants really made it! Naomi/MM

This incredible formation of sandstone rock is stunning in its colors. Formed from Jurassic era sandstone (about 190 million years old), researchers say that sand dunes compacted and hardened, with erosion now forming the wavelike lines and shapes in the structure. Like a painting, everywhere you look there are new and amazing shapes to stun the eye    Read Full Article At: http://www.mediadump.com/hosted-id186-most-fascinating-geological-wonders-on-earth.html#ixzz1acKEedNV

This incredible formation of sandstone rock is stunning in its colors. Formed from Jurassic era sandstone (about 190 million years old), researchers say that sand dunes compacted and hardened, with erosion now forming the wavelike lines and shapes in the structure. Like a painting, everywhere you look there are new and amazing shapes to stun the eye Read Full Article At: http://www.mediadump.com/hosted-id186-most-fascinating-geological-wonders-on-earth.html#ixzz1acKEedNV