This electric green sulphur lake looks like a radioactive dump site. The Wai-O-Tapu Wonderland in New Zealand is home to a number bubbling geothermal sights, but the most calm is known as the Devil's Bath, a neon green pool of stagnant smelly sulfur water - a natural wonder.
The Bolaven Plateau is an elevated region in southern Laos. Most of the plateau is located within Champasak Province of Laos, though the edges of the plateau are also located in Sekong and Attapeu Provinces. It is located between the Annamite Mountain Range, along which runs Laos’ eastern border with Vietnam, and the Mekong River to the west.
Hazy evening sunlight enhanced by back burning on the north rim of the Grand Canyon helps to create this atmospheric view as seen from the Grand View Point overlook on the South Rim of the National Park in northern Arizona.
Mud Pool at Wai-O-Tapu, Rotorua, New Zealand. This was the site of a large mud volcano which was destroyed through erosion in the 1920’s. It now represents one of the best opportunities to experience the unique character and sounds of erupting mud in New Zealand where the activity is always guaranteed.