Leave it to New Zealand to make even worms look beautiful. The Waitomo Caves hold thousands of bioluminescent larvae that leave long strings of mucus (sounds gross, looks dazzling) and glow like a subterranean Milky Way.
The Thrihnukagigur Volcano in Iceland erupted 4,000 years ago and is now dormant. What makes Thrihnukagigur unique is the fact that its core isn’t completely solid with hardened lava. This photo was taken from inside the volcano’s giant magma chamber, which you can descend into via open-air basket. #wowair #thrihnukagigur #iceland
Innisfree Garden in Millbrook, NY - a site-specific distillation of Modernist ideas with traditional Chinese and Japanese garden design principles. The result is a distinctly American stroll garden on 185-acres surrounding a large, glacial lake—a sublime landscape of rock, water, wood, and sky.