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It might be the case that there are more flowers in this single photo than there are inhabitants of the town in which it was taken. Located in Spain’s Castile and León region, according to a 2004 census the quaint municipality is home to around 450 people.
With scenery like this, it’s hard to imagine how any ex-pat residing within the “City of Lights” could experience a drought of inspiration.
Tucked away in Vermilion Cliffs National Monument sits White Pocket, one of the region’s most precious features. Over the ages, natural phenomena have sucked the color out of the Navajo sandstone. The pocket’s mosaic-like form is also the abstract latticework of Mother Nature; weather has created the irregular polygons on the pocket’s surface.
Given the stunning image above, it’s plain to see why Geirgangerfjord is considered a treasure by Norwegians and tourists alike. In 2005, the nordic gem was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites; though its status is questioned as some propose placing power lines across the 9.3-mile long geographical feature.
Framed by forests, mountains and medieval castles, Slovenia’s Lake Bled is certainly picturesque. But that’s not to say that its appeal is entirely aesthetic; Lake Bled’s pristine waters have led to Bled’s hosting of the World Rowing Championships in 1966, 1979, 1989 and 2011.