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Red Sails by Daniel Kordan

Exploring The Spectacular Symmetry Of Nature

Nestled in various parts of the world, far from the busy cities, are the roads less travelled. From Vietnam to Greenland, we present a few spectacular natural—and man-made—phenomenon that are simply breathtaking.

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Nestled in various parts of the world, far from the busy cities, are the roads less travelled. From Vietnam to Greenland, we present a few spectacular natural—and man-made—phenomenon that are simply breathtaking.

Greenland, Vietnam, Indonesia, United States and Bolivia

Nestled in various parts of the world, far from the busy cities, are the roads less travelled. From Vietnam to Greenland, we present a few spectacular natural—and man-made—phenomenon that are simply breathtaking.

Frigid Beauty

The world’s largest island, Greenland is home to a spectacular backdrop of icebergs and icefjords, of which the Ilulissat icefjord is perhaps the most famous. A remarkable natural phenomenon, the UNESCO World Heritage listed icefjord has a stunning array of icebergs delivered here by a glacier at a speed of about 35 meters per day. Some of these can be up to 30 meters high and are simply breathtaking to look at. Aside from the ice in the centre, the terrain also includes dry Arctic desert in the northern fringe and green and filled with sheep farms in the south.

Rice fields at Northwest Vietnam by Kaiskynet Studio
Rice fields at Northwest Vietnam by Kaiskynet Studio

Other destinations include Magnificent Rice Terraces of Vietnam, Pink Perfection in Komodo Island, Grand Canyons in Arizona andSalt Splendor in Salar de Uyuni.

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© This article was first published in June-July 2018 edition of World Travel Magazine.

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