photo by Heidi Walker https://www.flickr.com/photos/ilsa817/
“We love it when streetart is merged with nature, like this cool art installation of tube of orange paint that ‘leaks’ orange marigolds. The artwork is displayed in a public park in Boulogne-sur-Mer, France. Photographer Steve Hughes stumbled upon it and we are happy he shared it with us”
“Harbour Island is just 3.5 miles long and 1.5 miles wide, but this tiny slice of the Bahamas has one of the Caribbean’s prettiest beaches: three miles of pink sand that stretches along the island’s east coast. The red shells of foraminifera—single-celled marine animals—mix with the island’s white sand, thus creating the soft rosy hue.”
The region where Uluru lies – the southern part of the Northern Territory in central Australia – is a desert, where the average annual rainfall is about 300 mm, but even that is extremely variable. It is estimated that only 1% of visitors to Uluru get the chance to witness waterfalls flowing from the rock.