Worldly Vistas: Volcano Licancabur

Licancabur Volcano, Atamaca, ChileAtacama
Photographed in Chile

Located on the Chile-Bolivia border, Volcano Licanbur towers over the Atacama Desert at over 19,400 feet. Its summit crater lake is among the highest lakes in the world!

The Atacama Desert has so many special vistas; this is but one.


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Worldly Vistas: Edge of the Oasis

On the edge of the oasis, Douz, TunisiaDouz
Photographed in Tunisia

Douz is located in southwestern Tunisia and is known as the Gateway to the Sahara. The oasis goes on for “blocks and blocks,” looking just like a regular city. That is, until you get to the edge where the trees thin out, giving way to sand. Then, the Sahara stretches out before you for thousands of miles.



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Worldly Vistas: Tambopata

Tambopata River, PeruTambopata River
Photographed in Peru

Located in southeastern Peru and northwestern Bolivia with the upper part forming the border between the two countries, The Tambopata River is a tributary of the Madre de Dios River. The river flows between Lake Titicaca and deep into the Amazon basin, and flows through the Tambopata National Reserve, which is rich with wonderful wildlife.

Getting here? Easy. Just go to Puerto Maldonado, take a motorized canoe up river…OK. Yes! It’s remote, but that adds to the allure.



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Worldly Vistas: Westfjords

Westfjords, Iceland

Westfjords
Photographed in Iceland

The Westfjords, located in northwestern Iceland and facing Greenland,  is a very mountainous region with the coastline heavily indented by dozens of fjords surrounded by steep hills.

But, everything seems surprising flat…at least the tops of the fjords, that is.


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Worldly Vistas: Lichen

Lichen covered rock, Antarctica

Lichen-Covered Rocks
Photographed in Antarctica

Antarctica has more than snow, seals and penguins, though that might just be a penguin on the top of that rock!

Lichens grow in many areas of Antarctica. This shows how lichen can colonize an area, forming patterns and add interesting color to the rocks jutting out of the snow.


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Worldly Vistas: Antelope Canyon

Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Lower Antelope Canyon
Photographed in Arizona

Calling Antelope Canyon a slot canyon is minimizing its grandeur. Yes. it is a slot canyon, but really it is THE slot canyon: THE one to see; THE one to photograph; THE one to admire.

Located on Navajo land, the Lower Canyon is called Hasdestwazi, “spiral rock arches.” Unlike the upper canyon, which is a straight walk directly into it, reaching the lower canyon is through a ladder system that has been bolted in place. Still, not a place for someone with a fear of heights.


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Worldly Vistas: Monk of Pacana

Monk of Pacana - Atacama Desert, Chile

Monk of Pacana
Photographed in the Atacama Desert, Chile

As if the Chile’s Atacama Desert ins’t magnificent enough on its own, there are also these unbelievable “statues” adding to the scenery. They are huge vertical rocks formations that have been shaped by wind erosion over millions of years, mimicking the silhouette of monks. they are remains of large volcanic eruptions which once flowed in the area.  The gignormous rock formations rise toward the sky enhancing this beautiful area.

How large is this one? Do you see Bill standing in the foreground? He’s nearly 6′ and barely visible!


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Worldly Vistas: A Walk in the Forest

Canopy Walk in the Amazon, Peru

Canopy Walk in the Amazon
Photographed in Peru

This Canopy Walkway in the Amazon Rainforest is an experience unequaled! At a height of over 115 feet and extending over 1,750 feet, the Canopy Walkway provides a view of the rainforest from the treetops. This provides a unique perception of the wildlife and vegetation seldom observed from the ground.

Not just one walkway, this is spread between 14 of the area’s largest rainforest trees and is one of the longest canopy walkways in the world.


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Worldly Vistas: Icescape

Antractica - ice to the sea

Below the 60th Parallel
Photographed in Antarctica

Ice everywhere…at least for now. But the beautiful glaciers in Antarctica are at threat from global warming as warming temperatures, melting ice, and rising seas endanger this pristine ecosystem.

I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. Just sayin’


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Worldly Vistas: Kinabalu

Early morning in Kinabalu Park, Borneo

Early Morning in Kinabalu Park
Photographed in Borneo

Located in the State of Sabah on the northern end of Borneo, Malaysia, Kinabalu Park is dominated by Mount Kinabalu (more than 13,400 feet), the highest mountain between the Himalayas and New Guinea. It has a very wide range of habitats changing at various elevations.

Kinabalu Park has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Centre of Plant Diversity for Southeast Asia. Maybe these interesting trees are but an example of why!


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