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The Beauty Of Nature Around Us

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1. Look who we meet here at Scotland, beautiful mother take care of her kid

From @callie.alexandre

2. Gloucester Cathedral, United Kingdom is land of fairytales

From @mustyv0

3. In front of Broadway Tower, Worchestershire, a deer making a pose for picture

From @explore_with_dan85

4. Relaxing moment at Bishop, California

From @sterlingsilvercat

5. Chasing sunsets in Austria

Styria is a mountainous, forested state in southern Austria, known for its wine, spas, castles and nature parks. The landscape realm of the nature parks in Styria ranges from vineyards and alpine pastures to forested areas with ponds and rivers or rolling hills with mixed orchards. These regions have committed themselves to the conscious coexistence of man and nature. "Protect through use" is their motto, because nature parks provide healthy habitats for plants, animals and people. It is not the "exclusion" of man, but rather the best-possible integration of man in the natural cycle that is the goal of nature parks in Styria.  

From @elsaanywhere

6. The remain of King Arthur's Castle

From @lauraelle17

7. Edinburgh street, how beautiful

From @edinburghphotowalks

8. This is a classic shot of The Shambles in York

The history of this street goes back to the 14th century. The etymology of the name shambles means where a market sold meat prepared on benches in these shop fronts - no refrigeration and waste was poured into the street. Markets have progressed a little since thankfully, but this wonderful street and its Dickensian looking buildings have been preserved for us all to witness

From @northern_scapes 

9. Ice so clear you could mistake it for glass, at Alaska

From @pattiegonia, ft. @laurakottlowski

10. Beautiful John Rylands Library

From @_alina_dragan_

11. Peaceful house in Malmesbury

From @the_onlycookiemonster

12. Bucket List, at Seven Sisters Country Park

From alfeeee

13. Thirsty snake boy, here is a The black-necked spitting cobra

(Naja nigricollis) is a species of spitting cobra found mostly in sub-Saharan Africa. They are moderately sized snakes that can grow to a length of 1.2 to 2.2 m (3.9 to 7.2 ft) in length. Their coloration and markings can vary considerably. They prey primarily on small rodents. They possess medically significant venom, although the mortality rate for untreated bites on humans is relatively low (~ 5–10%, in endemic regions under 1%). Like other spitting cobras, they can eject venom from their fangs when threatened (one drop over 7 metres (23 ft) and more in perfect accuracy). The neurotoxic venom irritates the skin, causing blisters and inflammation, and can cause permanent blindness if the venom makes contact with the eyes and is not washed off

From @lika_pxl

14. Just a daily life at Canterbury

From @amyharneiss

15. Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads

From @safarov__elman

16. Getting more fluffy, at Point Reyes National Seashore, California

From @sterlingsilvercat

17. Leaving work on Friday like... Would you try bungee jumping? At Sochi, Russia

This was shot in Sochi, a city in Russia that's popularly known for its range of outdoor extreme activities. Adventure lovers will have a field weekend here as you can embark on all kinds of attractions! From bungee jumping, skybridge, zip lining, a 170 meters swing, and the Mega Troll that combines height with speed and distance to create an out-of-this-world experience

From @skyparkajhackettsochi

18. Enjoy the air of the pastel pink color sky

From @sterlingsilvercat

19. I am catto and I like flower, at San Diego, California

From @sterlingsilvercat

20. The power of nature witnessed at Dettifoss waterfall, at Northeast Iceland

From @world.from.my.eyes

21. Enjoy the outdoor vibes and air, how amazing, at San Diego, California

From @sterlingsilvercat

22. Today we travel to Zion National Park, Utah

From @sterlingsilvercat

23. Skydiving together is a bucket list for every traveler, doing it with their best one’s

From @a_slepnev, @dmitrynazarov, @eugene.ta

24. Enjoy the sunset with the beach view, at San Francisco, California

From @sterlingsilvercat

25. Can you guess what bridge behind me? At Golden Gate Bridge, California

From @sterlingsilvercat

26. The Maldives is the flattest country in the world, but is the tropical paradise for relaxing

Its highest point (on Villingili Island) is only 7 feet and 7 inches above sea level, but the average ground level across the country is just 4 feet and 11 inches. Home to about five percent of the planet’s reefs that comes with an explosion of color contributed by soft and hard corals that form them. The reefs are inhabited to a thousand species of fish. Lured by the rich nutrients that flow in with the currents, large pelagic fishes such as manta rays and whale sharks also make the Maldives their home

From @momentsofgregory

27. Enjoy the snow, and chilling, at Sand Harbor Beach, Lake Tahoe, Nevada

From @sterlingsilvercat

28. When you realise you getting late for school

From @carlweiseth & @erikhenrickson

29. Rainbow python, Have you ever seen such a beautiful snake?

Why not share everyone’s favorite snake again. The Rainbow Python snake, named MyLove, is a motley-golden child reticulated python, this snake is as unique as it is beautiful. It can be found in the wild of New Guinea, the islands of Salawati and Biak, Normanby, Mussau and Emirau. This non-venoumous snake can grow more than 2 metres long

From @thereptilezoo

31. Leopard Gecko Shedding Skin, His little smile when he got it off his face, how cute

They shed their skin throughout their entire lives. But, unlike mammals, reptiles shed their skin all at once and not continuously. If their diet and environment are right, usually geckos shed without a problem

From @viicher

32. The Victoria Crowned Pidgeon looking majestic

From  @nohumanz_

33. Breakfast with the fam, Friendship goals

From @brothernature

34. Have you heard of the Gharial?

It’s a critically endangered crocodilian, found in India & Nepal. Did you know their long, thin jaws are used to catch fish?

From @jasonatthezoo

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