I really feel bad for people who don't have a travel bug living inside them. The world is so huge and diverse, and those who don't travel never get to see even the smallest fragment of it. In fact, those who do travel also get to see only a small fraction of the world because one lifetime just isn't enough to see it all.
But thank god for technology, at least now we have the internet to help us prioritize our destinations. So at least, when we're just about to leave the world, we'll know the satisfaction of having been to the best places on Earth. And speaking of best places on the Earth, here are a few that could possibly make it on that list. These photographs of breathtaking sceneries are so splendid that you'll feel convinced to go around the world, even if you're not a travel fanatic! These mindblowing photographs are a beautiful collaboration between nature's beauty and skillful photography.
And you must check them out!
It is one of the highest bridges in the world, and the photograph is enough to tell how splendid the view is from there!
It is one of the best instances of 'opposites attract.' This is where the dry Namib desert meets the watery Atlantic ocean and makes for one of the most beautiful sights in the world.
This island in Scotland is the best thing that exists away from civilization. Its rugged landscapes are probably the best in the world, and its wilderness makes it even more attractive.
This stretch of limestone cliffs just lining the ocean shore has to be one of the most beautifully crafted geological wonders in the world.
An ancient land with a lot of spirituality, Bagan is a place to visit for its Buddhist history and its splendid sceneries.
This may not be due to nature's artistic side, but it is a mindblowing view nonetheless. The night view of the city from Victoria Peak has to be one of the most beautiful urban landscapes on Earth.
The Moon Bridge in Dahu Park is a thing of fairy tales. Thanks to the clean, mirror-like water, this place becomes one of the most beautiful sights to see during the hours of twilight.
These chalk cliffs, found on the coast of Kent, are so huge that they can be seen from far away. In fact, these cliffs were used by sailors to orient themselves in the sea, as these cliffs indicated the coast of England.
This piece of rock sticking out of the cliff in Norway provides one of the most beautiful viewpoints to one of the most mindblowing natural sights in the world.
One of the most beautiful places in the world, the Melissani Cave is so full of various colors that one might even consider it to be the canvas over which mother nature painted with her own hands.