Hell gates, volcanic lightning and spectacular natural phenomena

From the miraculous natural light show to the giant lava flow, the unlimited creations of nature's mother always make us surprised and admiring.

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Borealis Aurora or aurora.
The Borealis Aurora or aurora is a display of natural light, produced by the interaction of charged particles from the solar wind with the atmosphere above the Earth. This combination of energy creates a beautiful multicolored space with light bands that move continuously and change, looking like colored silk strips in the sky. For an opportunity to admire this spectacular phenomenon, visitors can visit Iceland, Norway or Canada. Photo: BlueOrange Studio.

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Perito Moreno glacier
Located in Los Glaciares National Park (Santa Cruz province, Patagonia, Argentina), Perito Moreno glacier is an amazing length of up to 30 km. The majestic "old" ice blocks have not a smooth, flat surface that is rugged and sharp, shining blue like jade. All create spectacular ice works, demonstrating the perfect creation of mother nature. Photo: Saiko3p.
Strokkur geyser.
Strokkur geyser is a famous place, attracting many tourists in Haukadalsvegur, Iceland. Strokkur sprays water every 5 to 10 minutes and can reach a height of 40 m. This natural phenomenon is caused by magma near the Earth's surface, which boiling water from nearby glaciers. Photo: Snomedia.
Volcanic eruptions of Etna.
Etna (Sicily, Italy) is the largest active volcano in Europe, often erupting for thousands of years. Volcanic eruptions of Etna can create lava flows several hundred meters high. Photo: Wead.
Lens cloud flying over the mountains in the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Far East of Russia.
The shape of a floating sphere makes many people associate these clouds with UFOs. In fact, the lens cloud is created when the wind blows on hills and mountains if there is enough air humidity. In the picture is the lens cloud flying over the mountains in the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Far East of Russia. Photo: Michael Dorogovich.


Darvaza Crater.
Darvaza Crater (in Central Asia Turkmenistan) is a terrifying natural gas field, dubbed the gate of hell. At a depth of more than 20 meters, Darvaza has been burned since the 1970s after scientists tried to remove a small amount of natural gas released from the crater. Photo: Matyas Rehak.
Volcanic lightning and lava sprayed from Calbuco.
The active volcanoes themselves have brought unpredictable danger, but the volcanic eruption accompanied by lightning looks even more frightening. Photograph of volcanic lightning and lava sprayed from Calbuco, the volcano in southern Chile, in 2015. Photo: Martin Bernetti.
Fire tornado in Malibu.
In November 2018, the Woolsey Fire wildfire swept through Malibu (California, USA) and formed a fire tornado here. The tornado blew up debris, embers, gas and could last only a few minutes. Photo: Erick Madrid.
magnificent Perseids meteor shower
In the right conditions, with the naked eye, you can observe the vast galaxy with hundreds of billions of twinkling stars. The image of the galaxy and the magnificent Perseids meteor shower was taken on the Black Sea coast (Bulgaria). Photo: Jasmine_K.
Fresh lava from Kilauea volcano (Hawaii, USA) flowing into the Pacific Ocean.
Lava meets water: This picture captures fresh lava from Kilauea volcano (Hawaii, USA) flowing into the Pacific Ocean. Lava flows can help create new lands but also destroy anything on the way through. Photo: Saraporn.

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