There are many strange things on Earth. Many of them are small and sim­ple at first glance, but upon clos­er exam­i­na­tion, they reveal them­selves in all their extra­or­di­nary beau­ty. Some­times peo­ple just need to be more atten­tive in order to be able to enjoy incred­i­ble, amaz­ing phe­nom­e­na.

Pho­tog­ra­ph­er David Doubile sub­merged his lens exact­ly halfway under the water to cap­ture the amaz­ing image of the Damir Strait. At the top you can see the Mir­ror sur­face of the water, and under it the fish are just teem­ing.

The salt lake Nar­na Koh and the domes­ti­cat­ed yak are har­mo­nious­ly locat­ed on the Tibetan Plateau. For a long time, yaks were domes­ti­cat­ed and used as pack ani­mals, as well as for the pur­pose of obtain­ing meat and milk.

This lit­tle girl’s red dress is a splash of bright col­or among the white robes of the women in the mosque dur­ing Ramadan.

Kol­man­skop is an aban­doned city in Namib­ia, which is rapid­ly dis­ap­pear­ing under piles of sand.

These bright swim­suits and tur­bans are rem­i­nis­cent of the 50s, but still this is not a jour­ney through time, but the begin­ning of a cham­pi­onship in cold water swim­ming in pools.

Long expo­sure pho­tog­ra­phy makes this Fer­ris wheel at the Kansas State Fair mag­i­cal.

Mod­els for cre­at­ing clothes ini­tial­ly already exist in nature. This is also evi­denced by this suc­cess­ful shot.

Accord­ing to sci­en­tists, it was the pea­cock tail that helped Dar­win come up with his the­o­ry of sex­u­al selec­tion.

Art of the abo­rig­ines of Turkey. Crafts­man­ship is passed down from gen­er­a­tion to gen­er­a­tion. For the most part, the paint­ings are made up of dots and cir­cles.

See also
The 11 best hotels in Peru

Splen­dor North­ern Lights.

A tiny grasshop­per crawls out of the flower to remind us of the won­ders of nature.