The Universe's Tiny Specks

"Wise is he who enjoys the show offered by the world."
Fernando Pessoa

Cavernas de Marmol, Patagonia, Chile by Noelegro
Banff, Alberta, Canada by Dan Ballard Photography
Kitzbuhel Tirol, Austria by Andreas Ehrensberger
Sunset at Currumbin Alley, Gold Coast, Australia
Yellow Mountains, China by DbTek
Madeira Sunset by MagnusL3D
Easter Island
Aoos River in Konitsa, Greece
Panagia Soumela Monastery, TrapezountaGreek: Μονή Παναγίας Σουμελά, i.e. Monastery of the Panaghia (“All Holy”, the Greek name for the Virgin Mary) at Melá mountain is a Greek Orthodox monastery, standing at the foot of a steep cliff. At an altitude of about 1,200 metres (3,900 ft), it is a major tourist attraction of Altındere National Park.The Turkish name of the city is Trabzon. It is histor
ically known as Trebizond, Trapezund, Tribisonde and Trapezus. In Latin, Trabzon was called Trapezvs, which is the latinization of the Ancient Greek Τραπεζοῦς (Trapezous), the first name of the city. Both in Pontic Greek and Modern Greek, it is called Τραπεζούντα (Trapezounta).(From Wikipedia)
Seychelles
Credit: Jim Richardson of National GeographicFingal’s Cave is located on the uninhabited rock island of Staffa, off the West coast of Scotland. This fascinating cave is formed from hexagon shaped basalt columns. The basalt formed into hexagonal columns when a lava flow cooled in the ocean. The lava flow that created Fingal’s Cave also created the amazing Giant’s Causeway rock formation in Scotland. In Gaelic, Fingal’s Cave is known as Uamh-Binn, meaning “cave of melody”, due to the lovely sounds made by echos of waves crashing inside.