Incredible Planet: Places You Didn’t Know They Exist on Earth
It’s a Blomming’s world… Blomming loves to travel (I hope you noticed that we speak 5 languages!) and is keen on discovering new places. When we talk about travelling, we usually think about our holidays. Being next to the sea or snowboarding in the Alps – that’s great but not very uncommon. I thought it might be interesting to take a look on places which clearly look like they’re coming from another world! Let’s play a game: look at the pictures and guess where these places could be!
What it is: the fort Kalavantin Durg, located next to Mumbai, India.
Well, I think the picture says it, no? Nothing for the faint-hearted: you have to be brave to climb the stairs on the 7000 meters-high montain, but the view must be worth it!
What it is: the Salar De Uyuni in the Potosí and Oruro departments of southwest Bolivia
No, this woman isn’t walking on water… It is “only” the world’s largest flat salt! It looks like a giant mirror of the sky, that seems very surreal!
What it is: the piece of rock called Trolltunga in Hordaland, in Norway
Nothing for the people who feel easily dizzy!
What it is: the Hang Son Doong Cave in Vietnam
I agree, this one was difficult, as it is underground… So you never would’ve guessed it is situated in Vietnam!
What it is: The swing at the end of the world, in Ecuador.
I believe I can fly… Okay, a swing can be everywhere, but did you already try a swing over nothing? It gives you the feeling you can fly
What it is: the sea of stars on the Vaadhoo Islands, the Maldives
It looks like an landscape from a Walt Disney movie, but it actually exists! The sparkling spots are actually little phytoplanktons, and their characteristic is the Bioluminescence. Their “luciferase” chemical is the reason of their fluorescing property!
Incredible photographs are the result of incredible places! Which one would be your favorite? It takes some nerves to