Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

Giant’s Causeway at the Northeast coast of Northern Ireland is an area of 37,000 interlocking, mostly hexagonal basalt columns. This geological wonder, one of Ireland’s top tourist attractions, is the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.

Jiuzhaigou and Huanglong Valleys, Sichuan, China

Jiuzhaigou Jiuzhaigou (literally Valley of Nine Villages) is a nature reserve and declared UNESCO World Heritage site in Sichuan, south western China. In autumn, the place is a fairyland of colourful foliage and bright aqua lakes, most intense being the Five Color Lake. Photo by B_cool Huanglong Valley Huanglong Valley is situated south of Jiuzhaigou. [...]