Top 10 Amazing Nature Photos You Won’t Believe Are Real

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Each of these amazing nature photos is more difficult to believe than the one before, but that just shows how Incredible nature really is. Do you know there’s aΒ beachΒ in Mudhdhoo Island (also known as Vaadhoo Island) ofΒ MaldivesΒ that glows at night?Β  There are many strange but beautiful flowers which we haven’t seen before.

Sometimes there are such places in the world that is hard to believe they are real. This world is full of wonders you wouldn’t believe existed in Nature. To truly comprehend these magnificent sights, you must witness them for yourself. so here are Top 10 amazing nature you won’t believe actually are real.

10. New York, USA

9. Japan

Japan has many beautiful parks. One of them is Hitachi Seaside Park. The annual bloom of 4.5 million Nemophilas (baby blue eyes) are blooming every year.

Covering an area of 19 hectares, the park features a variety of blooms throughout the year. The baby blue eyes peak in late April or early May, while a million daffodils, 170 varieties of tulips, and many other flowers pop up at different times. Colors ranging from yellow and blue to green and orange cover the sprawling landscape each season.

8. Beach in Italy

7. Village in Russia

6. Sea Looks Like Shark’s Teeth, UK

5. When one side of the road is autumn and another side is still summer

4. Pink lake because of its high salt level

Pink Lake Hillier, located on Middle Island, off the coast of western Australia. It’s been a mystery for some years, but the scientifics finally have find out the true. They say that pink bodies of water like Lake Hillier contain both Halobacteria and a type of algae known as Dunaliella salina, which thrive in salty environments like the pink lakes. The carotenoid red pigments secreted by Halobacteria and  salina are responsible for the pink lakes’ otherworldly colors. These same algae also flourish in the Dead Sea.

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3. Shimmering Shores of Vaadhoo Maldives

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2. Tree-like rivers in Mexico Desert

1. Lighting striking the tree

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