Mysterious Phenomenon by Nature, Part II

Nature gave us everything. Nature is always beautiful though we don’t know how big this nature, only God know the secret of nature. In variety of uses, "Nature" word is related with geological. Sometimes we often saw the using of "nature" word in the animal or plant. From this hub I’ll take you tour in the special place related by nature. Most of these places are beautiful. If you had read my previous hub with the title “Mysterious Phenomenon By Nature (Geological Side)”. This hub is part two. Everything is naturally formed. With influences such as weather and geology on Earth, and all these things made up and form a natural place. We often interpret this as a "natural environment", which consists of wild animals, plants, rocks, forests, beaches, mountains, valleys, and in general things have not changed substantially by human intervention. Geology itself is the study of science and learning about solid and liquid materials that make up the Earth. Geology includes the study of the structure, composition, dynamics, physical properties, and the history of Earth-forming materials. We learn about how the processes these materials are formed, moved, and changed.

As my big appreciation to the places I’ve never seen before and I am glad to share this information to my reader. I hope we can learn together how this earth so beautiful and we more care with them. Small action is better in keeping the earth stay clean and tidy as well. Like throw the garbage in the right place. I can imagine if the air stay clean and fresh. Curious……? Please continue to read! I’ll explain everything below.

Grand Prismatic (Yellowstone National Park, USA)

Grand Prismatic Spring is really beautiful from distance far. As the largest hot spring in USA, “Grand Prismatic Spring” is also to be the third largest in the world. The dimension of Grand Prismatic is about 250x380 feet. Grand Prismatic attracts many tourists from all over the world. Just for information that the third largest hot spring in the world is located in New Zealand. The Grand Prismatic Spring itself is located in Yellowstone National Park, USA (in the Midway Geyser Basin right next to Excelsior Geyser). "Grand Prismatic" name was taken of its striking coloration and beautiful coloration, like: yellow, blue, green, orange, brown and red. From the picture below, we can see that the colors begin with a deep blue at the center followed by pale blue. Outside the scalloped is yellow fades into orange. The shallow edge was created by green algae and the outer border is red.

The Hayden Expedition in 1871 named this spring. Again…I thought my fellow hubbers from all USA familiar with this natural wonder. I heard that artist Thomas Moran made water-color sketches, depicting “Grand Prismatic Spring” like a rainbow. The vivid colors are created by thermophilic bacteria (pigmented bacteria in the microbial mats). The ratio of chlorophyll to carotenoids and the water temperature as well as one of the main factor why the color of the water so beautiful. The color of the mats usually changed in the summer and the winter. “Orange and red” color in the summer and "dark green” color in the winter. The steam often come out and produced about 560 gallons per minute. The center of the pool is really “hot”, with temperature about 147-188°F.

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Morning glory (Yellowstone National Park, USA )

It’s another beautiful phenomenon happened in the same area with Grand Prismatic. Morning Glory phenomenon is located in Yellowstone National Park, USA (in the Upper Geyser Basin). It’s like a natural hole filled by water or we can call this a pool created by nature. Morning Glory name was given by the wife of the Assistant Park Superintendant, Charles McGowan, in 1883. She called this pool "Convolutus" . This is the Latin name for the morning glory flower. Please, take a look the picture which was taken from 1960. We can see the wonderful deep blue color that Morning Glory used to be. I also enclose the picture of the flower, that’s Mrs McGowan chose to call the pool that name. But now, the colors of the “Morning Glory” pool have changed completely from blue color into green color. The water has amazing color like this because of thermophilic bacteria (kind of algae which photosynthesizes at high temperatures). It’s completely natural. So, no wonder that "Morning Glory" has been a popular tourist destination for tourists for many decades.

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The flowers as inspiration Mrs.McGowan

Fly Geyser (Nevada, USA)

I just want to say that this place is phenomenal. From outer appearance, "fly geyser" looks like a statue in the beautiful garden. I thought most of American's hubbers know this geyser very well. Fly geyser also known as Fly Ranch Geyser. This place is located about 20 miles north of Gerlach (Washoe County), Nevada, USA. Fly geyser itself is actually a small geothermal geyser with 1.5 metres (5 feet) high. But if we count the mound on which it sits the height of this geyser is 3.7 metres or 12 feet. Fly Geyser is a private property, owned by Todd Jaksick and only accessible by a small road. There is a high fence and locked gate to keep from the intruders. Some of them still choose to jump the fence to see this geyser closer. Some organizations have tried to buy the land of "Fly Geyser" for conservation. They have a plan to make it open to the public, but it has been denied. There’s something beautiful come out from this geyser as the point of view this natural wonder. The water is constantly squirting out up to 1.5 metres or 5 feet (eruption height). This geyser contains several terraces with 30 and 40 pools of warm water inside an area of 30 hectares. It’s like miniature of volcano. Fly geyser can be seen from State Road 34, unless we have permission the view from a distance. Since the 60s the fly geyser has substantially developed and now, it’s like a huge multi-colored sculpture. Wow….amazing and beautiful.

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Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, USA

This was beautiful rock formation. From outer appearance, it’s like the towering castle (where a sleeping princess live). She slept for many years waiting the princes who want to kiss her. Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks is located about 40 miles southwest of Santa Fe and and 55 miles northeast of Albuquerque, USA. It ranges from 5,570 feet to 6,760 feet above sea level. The national monument spread in 4,645 acres of public lands. It’s a remarkable outdoor laboratory. It’s a great place for us to learn and observe about the geologic processes that shape natural landscapes. From this place we can see many cone-shaped tent rock formations. All the rocks formations are the products of volcanic eruptions in 6 to 7 million years ago. restrooms, camping and RV hookups at Cochiti Lake Recreation Area.

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Tremendous explosions from the volcanic eruptions spewed rock fragments. If we go there, we can find rounded, small, and translucent obsidian fragment created by rapid cooling. Even rock which are like towering castle has height from a few feet to 90 feet. Wind and water cut has main role in creating canyons and arroyos, even scooping holes in the rock. We can also discovered various plants and animals over there. Various plants, like: the vibrant green leaves, manzanita shrub, Apache plume, Indian paintbrush, desert marigold, and hardy evergreen produces a pinkish-white flower in the spring. Various animals, like: mule deer, elk, coyotes, chipmunks, ground squirrels, rabbits and various birds (like: violet-green swallows, Red-tailed hawks, golden eagle, and American kestrels). This area completed with fun activities, like: birdwatching, hiking, plant identification and geologic observation. We can easily find

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The Valley of the Moon (Argentina)

It’s another beautiful rock formation. The Valley of the moon is one of the most interesting landmarks in Argentina. It’s located about 300 kilometers from the capital of San Juan or about a five hour drive from the provincial capital of San Juan City. The Valley of the Moon is known as the Ischigualasto National Park or the Valle de la Luna. Ischigualasto means a place where the moon rests, in the Quechua tongue. We can see the combination of water and wind erosion carved different silhouettes. The wind has pounded the local bedrock for an age.


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It’s a place where we might imagine our self on a distant, forsaken planet. It's like at the moon, where we can find stone in everywhere. This beautiful landscape offers shapes, hues, and layers of minerals and sediments. The Valley of the Moon is the example of the Earth’s evolution of the Triassic Period (it goes from 250 to 200 million years). The visitors will enjoy the natural architecture in many formations, like: Painted Valley, The Worm, The Sphinx, The Bowling Field, The Submarine, Alladin's lamp, Red Ravines, The Mushroom. All the names have been given to the weird and irregular rock formations. For example “The Bowling Field”, it's a place where different perfectly polished spheres made of the same material as the soil. All the rounded shape placed on a flat surface. It's like a molecular attraction from different particles (sediment) were grouped together which created these balls.

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The landscape is wonderful for tourists from all over the world that come to “The Valley of the Moon” to enjoy this pre-historic treasure. This valley was declared as one of the most important paleontological sites in the world or “Natural World Heritage” by UNESCO. Even the formation of the rocks came from Dinosaurs era. We can see this from a great variety of reptiles and petrified trees. The all discovered intact through the natural preservation in Ischigualasto.

Danxia Landform, China

I love art and I can say from this natural wonder is like a "watercolor" painted on sandstone. We can see the unique geological phenomenon in several places in China. Like: several provinces in southeast and southwest China, including Fujian, Guizhou, Guangdong, Jiangxi, Yunnan, Hunan, Sichuan and Guizhou. Danxia itself is a word to describe a unique type of landform which develops through erosion, having the appearance of “coloring clouds”. In Chinese literally, Danxia means “vermilion sunglow”. A famous example of such Danxia Landform is Mount Danxia in Guangdong Province. Actually Danxia Landform was formed from red-colored sandstones and conglomerates about 120 million to 65 million years ago (the Cretaceous Period). The steep cliffs created by exogenous (erosion and weathering). Danxia landform divided by into two types, “young” Danxia and “old” Danxia. We can see the “Young” Danxia has deep and narrow valleys. But when they get "older" isolated peaks, towers, ridges and valleys widen are formed.

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Danxia Landform often developed from red-colored conglomerate, so they produced “red color”. But if “Karst Topography” was developed from limestone, so they produced “cream color”. If you had read my previous hub, “Stone Forest” in Yunnan Province is kind of Karst Topography. Even six Danxia landform areas in South China were proclaimed as UNESCO World Heritage. They are Mount Lang in Hunan Province, Chishui in Guizhou Province, Mount Longhu in Jiangxi Province, Mount Danxia in Guangdong Province, Taining in Fujian Province, Mount Jianglang in Zhejiang Province.

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Enchanted Well (Chapada Diamantina National Park - Brazil)

Enchanted Well or also known as Poço Encantado is located in the Chapada Diamantina National Park, Bahia state (Brazil). If we want to drive, it’s about 400 kilometres inland from Salvador, the capital city of Bahia. This is 61 metres deep lake of dark blue water. The water is so transparent. So, we can see the rocks and ancient tree trunks on the bottom. The blue water created from light comes through a crevice. It happened when the sun is just right. The best time to visit the Enchanted Well is between April and September. At that time, the cave receives direct sunlight about 10:30- 12:30 each day. We brought to the amazing experience where the sun's rays illuminate the perfectly clear water right down to the bottom. The strictly rule is bathing isn't allowed. The ecosystem really guarded and the access to this pond is highly controlled. The reason is for environmental protection.

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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar the Uyuni or also known Salar de Tunupa is the world's largest salt flats. Most of people in the world called this place as the largest mirror in the world at 10,582 square kilometers. Salar de Uyuni is located in the Department of Potosi and Oruro, near the top of the Andes (Bolivia Southeast). Salar de Uyuni is located at an altitude of 3650 metres. About 40.000 years ago, Salar de Uyuni is part of Michin Lake, the biggest lake in prehistoric era. When it dries, formed two largest salt deserts, Salar de Coipasa and Salar de Uyuni. Just for information, Salar de Uyuni contains 10 billion tons of salt or 25.000 tons of salt produced from this lake each year. Salar de Uyuni also the best place three species of flamingos in South America, like: Chile flamingos, James, and Andes. Now, Salar de Uyuni become a famous tourist destination. The Salar tour usually use 4x4 vehicles (like Toyota Landcruisers) consists 6 or 7 people. Don’t forget to bring sunglasses, I heard that the salt flats are blinding. Warm clothes and hot water bottle, because the nights are freezing. Don't waste the beautiful landscape among the largest mirror in the world.

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Markawasi, Peru’s “stone forest”

I give many thanks to my fellow hubber, hazelwood4 who give me an inspiration to write about this place. This place called “Markawasi”. He ask me about “Have you ever seen the mysterious stone mountains in Peru? So, I don’t waste my time to write a little about this place. Personally, I am “shock” and wondering about Markawasi to myself. Why I don't know about this place from yesterday, while I wrote about stone forest. But, better late than never, right! Markawasi is located in small plateau (towering above the town of San Pedro de Casta) or about 50 miles northeast of Lima, Peru. Markawasi stand at the altitude of over 12,000 feet above sea level. Wow…this is an ancient stone sculptures. We can see small stone until huge stone in everywhere. It’s like found the lost culture that dates back thousands of years, even ten thousands of years or more. Just like my friend said that this place so mysterious. There’s an anomalous phenomena, like flying saucer (UFO) appeared above this plateau. We can say this phenomenon like the gigantic megalithic sculptures with various figures of man face and animals. Like: camels, a hippopotamus, sphinxes, frogs, lions, seals, a crocodile, and many other forms. I hope all the pictures and the video below can answer how this place so amazing. Again….thank hazelwood4 to remind me about “Markawasi”.

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hazelwood4 4 years ago from Owensboro, Kentucky

Prasetio, You did such a wonderful job on this Hub. There are so many beautiful places on Earth with a mysterious feel and look to each of these. Have you ever seen the mysterious stone mountains in Peru? The place is called Markawasi. It is a very strange place with some really unusual stone monuments.


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always exploring 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

Wow, The color formations are so beautiful. This is a wonderful hub Prasetio. I would love to see all the sites. You continue to bring us the best from all over the world. Thank you....


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, hazelwood4. Thank you very much for coming to this hub and share information about Markawasi. Actually, I never heard about this place. But I believe, it's a beautiful natural wonder of "stone forest" in Peru. I'll add soon about Markawasi in this hub. Have a nice weekend!

Prasetio


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Bbudoyono 4 years ago

Prasetio, your hub is always excellent. Voted up.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Ruby. Thank you very much for always come to my hub and gave me a lot of support. I hope I can give the best for the next hub....amen. God bless you!

Love and peace,


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, Mr.Bbudoyono. I hope this hub useful for us and we can learn about how the earth so beautiful. Take care!

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Scribenet 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

prasetio There is so much to see here, I will come back later to enjoy at my leisure. Beautiful and so unusual. It is amazing this world of ours! Thank you for bringing it to us to enjoy!


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Pollyannalana 4 years ago from US

Wow-Wow-Wow. You deserve a special button pras that says wow, because we can always expect that from you! Above and beyond, always. Up and across!


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Alastar Packer 4 years ago from North Carolina

Truly awesome one brother Pras. Outside of Yellowstone and Tent Rocks all are new here. Your the man with a plan to enlighten on earth's many wonders. Vote er up and awe!


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, Scribenet. Thank you so much for coming and share nice comment about this hub. I hope this hub useful for you. Take care!

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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, Polly. Thank you very much for stopping by and your compliment to this hub. I always love your vote. Have a nice day!

Blessing,


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My brother, Alastar Packer. I love your comment and you give me a lot of supports. I need two days for research and collecting all pictures here. I hope you enjoy this information. Your vote are much appreciated. God bless you!

Prasetio


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thougtforce 4 years ago from Sweden

This article is fantastic Prasetio! The pictures and the videos are so amazing and I am totally captured by all the beautiful places on Earth. So many bright and natural colors. Thank you so much for this well written and interesting hub, you have done a good article as always!

I hope you have a great weekend,

Tina


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Tina. Good to see you again. I am so happy reading your comment as your big appreciation to all beautiful places here. Let the earth save all these mysterious phenomenons. I agree with you about the colors. God is very talented artist and we are as curators, should be able to appreciate it wisely. Thank you very much. Cheers..

Prasetio


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poetvix 4 years ago from Gone from Texas but still in the south. Surrounded by God's country.

Thank you for always reminding me of how truly beautiful and full of mystery our world really is. There are so many astounding things right here in my own backyard I never saw in person. You allow me to see the world through enchanted eyes.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England

Wow! amazing as always! I loved the geyser and the colored sand on the ground! actually I loved all of it! rated up! nice one!


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fundamentallife 4 years ago

Loved the photography. Loved the whole hub, amazing work.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Thanks, poetvix for share your opinion about how this world is so beautiful. Your coming are much appreciated and I hope you enjoy this hub. Have a nice day!

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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My dear, Nell Rose. Thank you so much for coming and your appreciation to this hub. I hope you enjoy all the beauty of these natural wonders. God bless you!

Love and peace,


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, fundamentallife. I hope this hub useful for you. I am glad to see you here. Have a good day. ~prasetio


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AliciaC 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

You've included amazing photos in this hub, Prasetio! I love the colors - they are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing the interesting information.


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drbj 4 years ago from south Florida

Wow, pras, you covered a lot of ground (literally) with this hub of unusual and beautiful rock formations, geysers and colorful pools. Your descriptions are intriguing and the photos and videos are perfect. Thank you for your time and effort on this one, my friend. Voted way Up!


Sueswan 4 years ago

Hi Prasetio

You have done a phenomal job on this hub. Mother nature is truly the greatest artist.

Voted up and away!


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom

Hi Prasetio, what an amazing hub, you have done a fantastic job.

I have been fortunate to visit yellowstone park, it's the most amazing place I have ever been to and will treasure the memories always, I would love to visit all these places they are fascinating!

Thank you for an incredible hub, I will bookmark and read often.

Voting up, best wishes Lesley


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Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

Amazing;well presented and so useful my friend.

This has an up up and away without a doubt.

Keep them coming as you are ideed a great teacher;take care and enjoy your day.

Eddy.


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Om Paramapoonya 4 years ago

This is such a wonderful hub, Pras. Nature can amaze us in many mysterious ways. Your hubs always make me want to just pack up my bags and travel the world. :)


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, AliciaC. Good to see you again. I am glad to know that you love this information. I am proud to share this hub to you. Have a nice day!

Prasetio


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, drbj. Thank you so much for always love my hubs and gave me a lot of support. Actually, there are many beautiful places created by natural based on "geological side", but because of limited space I hope this hub give us useful information. I'll give the best for the next hub. Your vote are much appreciated. Cheers...

Blessing,


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, Sueswan. Welcome to this hub where we can see beautiful painting of natures. I hope you entertained with this information. I love your vote. Take care!

Prasetio


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My dear, Lesley. Thank you very much for coming and share your experience when you visited Yellowstone National Park. I believe that it would be a beautiful memories of you. Again...thanks for bookmarked this information and give your vote as well. God bless you!

Love and peace,


Sunnie Day 4 years ago

Hello Prasetio,

What a wonderful hub! So full of wonderful unique places to visit..I think my favorite was Danxia Landform in China, the colors are so magnificent. You do such a great job bringing all these wonderful places to us..Nature brings us such gifts to enjoy doesnt it?. I remember going to a place to camp in New Mexico called the City of Rocks when I was a child. Lots of Volcano rocks to climb..they were huge..but was such a unique place to visit. Thank you for sharing. Up all the way!

Take care my friend,

Sunnie


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jean2011 4 years ago from Canada

This is absolutely a beautiful and interesting hub. God's glory is really declared in nature. No wonder David said that the "Heavens declare the glory of God". Thank you Prasetio30 for sharing. I have voted this hub up, interesting and beautiful.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear, Eddy. Your comment is never disappointed me. I believe, it's come through your heart. Thank you very much and your vote really appreciated here. Take care! ~prasetio


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My brother, Om Paramapoonya. I hope my hubs always entertained you with useful information. So, don't forget to stay tune, I'll give more information about beautiful place around the world. Have a good day!

Prasetio


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Becky Katz 4 years ago from Hereford, AZ

This was great. I have a cousin that worked on the ranch where Fly Geyser is. He took us out to see it when we went to visit him. His mom has known the people who own it for years. I believe they went to school together.

I have been to Yellowstone and marveled at it also. The whole state is a giant caldera. I believe the largest in the world. If Yellowstone ever becomes an active volcano and blows, it will end most of the United States and parts of Canada , as well.

If you get the chance, see what you can find out about Pyramid Lake, outside Reno, Nevada. It is a fascinating place that Jacque Cousteau explored. He did a show on it and thought it was the scariest body of water that he had ever explored. He also wrote a book about it. It is part of the Paiute Indian Reservation.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, you always come up with smile and I love the way you express your feeling about this hub. I have the same interest with you about Danxia Lanform. It's like a beautiful natural painting. Thanks to remind me about the City of Rocks in New Mexico. I'll search more about this place. My friend, your vote is like a beautiful flower and I love this one. Take care!

Love and peace,


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Ruchira 4 years ago from United States

Wow Prasteio30,

You have captured the magnificant beauty of our planet, Earth.

I vote this hub way way up and pressing all the buttons.

I am bookmarking this hub for my kid to learn about this mother nature!


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, jean2011. I am glad to see you again. Thank you very much for share your thought based your spirituality side. I hope we more care with environment around us and save it for our grandchildren in the future...amen. Thanks for giving your vote to this hub. God bless you!

Prasetio


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Becky Katz. Thank you very much for coming and share your personal experience in visiting Yellowstone National Park. Wow..I had never know that the whole state is a giant caldera. I have prediction about this from the smoke that come out from the lake. I hope everything is going well and what you thinking wouldn't happened.

Thanks for share about Pyramid Lake, outside Reno, Nevada. I had never heard about this before. I'll search about this place soon. It looks beautiful place. You made my day so wonderful with your coming. Have a nice day!

Prasetio


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, Ruchira. Thank you very much for your kindness to bookmarked this hub. I hope this information useful for you and your kid as well. You are right about how beauty of this planet. I love your vote. Take care!

Prasetio


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tammyswallow 4 years ago from North Carolina

You have some of the MOST unique, interesting, and beautiful hubs. This is even more fabulous than the rollercoasters. Stunning! I have never seen this before. So well written and researched. Voting WAY up and sharing. I love your hubs.


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carolinemd21 4 years ago from Close to Heaven

This was a great article. Very interesting with gorgeous photos. Loved it. Voted up.


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MummyDearest 4 years ago from Kildare, Ireland

What an amazing hub..felt like i just took a trip to these amazing places that you've just written about. Thumbs up!


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jamila sahar 4 years ago

greetings, absolutely stunning, mesmerizing thought provoking hub ! Incredible photos ! voted up, interesting, beautiful, useful !


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breakfastpop 4 years ago

Your work is so amazing. The photos are spectacular and I always feel like I travelled around the world after reading your hubs. Awesome job and voted that way.


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4FoodSafety 4 years ago from Fontana, WI

Surreal!


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Tammy. I am so happy to see you here. Thanks for stopping by and your appreciation to this hub. I hope this hub useful for you. You can add this hub on your travel list. Thank you very much. Take care!

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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, carolinemd21. Thanks for give nice comment. I hope you enjoy this information. Your vote are much appreciated. Cheers.....

Prasetio


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, MummyDearest. Welcome to this hub. I am glad this information useful for you. Have a nice day!

Peace,


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, jamila sahar. Good to see you here. I am so happy to know that you love this information. Your vote really appreciated here. Cheers....

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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, Pop. You always come with your smile and I am glad to know that this hub inspired you. I hope you can visit one of them, or maybe the place outside US. I believe that the place like Yellowstone National Park is familiar place for you. I will always love your vote. Cheers...

Blessing,


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, 4FoodSafety. I hope you enjoy this hub. Take care!


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Dolores Monet 4 years ago from East Coast, United States

Hi, Prasetio - wow this stuff is awesome! I love the Fly Geyser - it doesn't look real. And the Danxia landforms in China are fantastic too. I just kept looking at the pictures. What an amazing world we live in. Thanks for sharing this wonderful stuff with us. Peace and blessings to you, dear.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, Dolores Monet for your big appreciation to this hub. I am glad you love this information. Fly Geyser and Danxia Landforms are fantastic. I hope you have a chance to visit these places. Thank you very much for coming. God bless you!

Prasetio


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Happyboomernurse 4 years ago from South Carolina

What an amazing hub about the natural wonders of nature. The explanations about how these sites were formed was fascinating and the photos were absolutely stunning.

Thanks so much for sharing this.

Voted up across the board except for funny.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, Happyboomernurs. Thank you very much for coming and share beautiful comment about this topic. I hope you enjoy this information and we can learn together about natural wonder. Your vote are much appreciated. Have a nice weekend!

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Peggy W 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

Wow! I seem to say that a lot when I read your hubs, Prasetio. What a fascinating collection of truly beautiful and unusual places around the world! The only one of these that I have been fortunate enough to visit is Yellowstone. We can only hope that volcano stays dormant! I loved that video about walking through that slot canyon. What fun! Other great videos as well. All the up votes except funny.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, Peggy. Thank you very much for your kindness to visit this hub and leave nice comment about all natural wonders here. I am so happy to know that you have experience in visiting with Yellowstone. That must be a wonderful vocation. I always love your vote. Take care!

Blessing,


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Lady_E 4 years ago from London, UK

Absolutely Awesome. There are places on this Earth that seem like they are not on Earth. Thanks for taking time to post all the photos and videos. It's the next best thing to visiting in Person.

Beautiful Hub.


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, Lady_E. Thank you very much for coming and leave wonderful comment about all these natural places. I hope you have a chance to visit one of them...amen. Take care!

Prasetio


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Amethystraven 4 years ago from California

Thank you for sharing this feast for the eyes and the soul! Seeing these places awakens a part of me that has been wanting to get as close to nature as possible without seeing any concrete jungle for miles. I have put these places on my bucket list for sure. I am glad you took the time to post this hub. Thanks again! :-)


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

My friend, Amethystraven. Thank you very much for your attention to this information and put some of these places. I am glad you enjoy it. Take care and have a nice day!

Prasetio


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moonlake 3 years ago from America

Wonderful hub. I have lived close to some of these places but have never been to any of them. Look at what we are missing by not traveling. Voted up and more.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear, moonlake. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you have a chance to visit one of them. Take care and have a good day!

Prasetio


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rajan jolly 3 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

Awesome information And pictures. I'm amazed at you findings and thank you too for bringing the beauty of nature we would have missed otherwise.

Voted up, awesome and shared, my friend.


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Your welcome, brother. I am glad to know that you love this hub. Thanks for reading and vote this hub as well. God bless you :-)

Prasetio


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sgbrown 3 years ago from Southern Oklahoma

What a wonderful hub! I love it! Such amazing places we have in our world. Some of these I have never heard of before and I am glad to have discovered them through your beautiful hub. You did a great job here, voting up, awesome, sharing and pinning! :)


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rebeccamealey 3 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

Thanks for sharing these gorgeous photos. I love nature, and always have to have things around like flowers and shell decorations!


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prasetio30 3 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Dear friend, rebeccamealey. Thank you very much for coming and your support to this hub. I think we have the same idea about beautiful things like flowers. Take care!

Prasetio


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JPSO138 2 years ago from Cebu, Philippines, International

Nature is indeed wonderful and of course mysterious. Your hub makes it more amazing. The pictures are awesome and that is why this hub certainly earns a thumbs up!


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prasetio30 2 years ago from malang-indonesia Author

Hi, JPSO138. Welcome to my hub. Thanks for your appreciation to this hub. Nature is a wonderful things in the world. I am glad you love it. Take care!

Prasetio

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