If anyone argues that there is no God, then they should observe nature first. Nature represents God’s beautiful creation. Will there be anyone in this world who says nature is ugly? If there is anyone then I really feel sorry for them. Nature is beautiful and sometimes it makes us afraid too in the form of cyclone and typhoons. A sinner or criminal may escape from the law but not from nature.
The miracles it shows is beyond anybody’s imagination. The beauty of nature is, it relaxes you with fresh air and fragrance, it rejuvenates you to do your regular job with full energy, it also punishes you if you commit a mistake.
There are still so many mysteries in this world where scientists are cracking their heads to understand. There are some natural phenomena which are unusual, beautiful and powerful. Today we bring out 11 such natural phenomena that are so beautiful that you would feel like you live in a magical world.
1. Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees – Found In Northern Hemisphere
The specialty of these trees is that instead of usual brown trunk, it gives out rainbow colors. This most colorful tree on earth is found in an area that spans New Guinea, New Britain, Seram, Sulawesi, and Mindanao. This is the only Eucalyptus species that extends into the northern hemisphere.
2. Bioluminescent Waves – Vaadhoo Island, Maldives
It is not an arrangement but a completely natural event found in the Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives. Sometimes you can see neon blue waves near San Diego, California.
3. Frost Flowers – Antartica
Looking beautiful, isn’t it? You can find these frost flowers which are made of ice and shaped like beautiful flowers in Antarctica. These frost flowers are formed depending up on a freezing weather condition.
4. White Rainbow – Scotland
Isn’t it majestic as the colorful one? Even though it lacks the colors of a traditional rainbow, this fog bow, an all-white rainbow was captured by UK photographer Melvin Nicholson in Rannoch Moor, Scotland.
5. Great Blue Hole – Belize
This large underwater sinkhole located just 100 kilometers off the coast of Belize is a world-class destination for recreational scuba divers. Originally formed as a limestone cave, it took a sinkhole form a time when sea levels were much lower. As the ocean began to rise, the cave system collapsed and a vertical cave is formed in the ocean.