Feast Your Eyes on the Beauty Around Our Planet – thanks to Nicki! Hugs, ~Jean

A canal through rice paddies:   Vietnam
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Clouds:   New Zealand.[]

Face to face with a manta ray in an aquarium:   Monterey, California[]

The Enchanted Bottomless River:   Philippines.

Allegedly, no one, even several scuba diver, have failed to reach
this river’s bottom.   Also, no one has caught any of the very elusive
fish which inhabit the river. The bluish color in the river’s center is
said to be due to its unfathomable depth, and reportedly, at around
12:00 o’clock noon, the water changes color and becomes much
clearer.

Hence, the legend and the name:  “the enchanted bottomless river”

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Underwater view:   Lake Huron on the Canadian side of the lake.

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Three-dimensional art:  Rennes, France.

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A treehouse:  Philippines

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A stone path across a pond:  Poland

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Trekking on a mountain pass in the Andes:   Peru

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Water spirals of Elakala:  Blackwater Falls State Park,
West Virginia

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Zhiangjijae Stone Forest:   Hunan, China;  [the “floating mountains” in the movie “Avatar“].

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“The calm before a storm”:  HongKong at dusk

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Purple and orange starfish on a beach:   place unknown

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Ice Cave:Greenland coast

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Unusual bent pine trees in the “Crooked Forest”: Poland

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The unusual slider staircase

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The astonishing annual red crab migration:   Christmas Island,
off the Australian coast

One of Mother Nature’s many wonders occurs each year, when
millions of bright red land crabs leave their burrows (homes) on
Australia’s 
Christmas Island and start a long, laborious trek toward
the sea.  They descend cliffs, climb banks, and maneuver around
obstacles to reach the shoreline and lay their eggs, eventually
returning to the island’s central plateau with their offspring in tow.
The synchronized migration resembles a crimson-colored river
undulating across the island and 
can last up to 18 days.  The
event typically takes place in either November or December,  and
the crabs only move when it is raining and the mass migration
coincides with high tide and a waning moon.

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The island of Aogashima:  Japan where some of the homes are
in the middle of the caldera of an extinct volcano.

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The Guelta d’Archei: an oasis in the Sahara Desert

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The Victoria water lily: native to the Amazon River

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The town of Gudvangen: Sognefjord, Norway

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The Footbridge in the Dolomites: Italy

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The lighted Cherry Blossom Lake at dusk: Sakura, Japan

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Prskalo Waterfall: Serbia

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The Redwoods: California  (Redwood Forest)

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Zacharias Bryggen: Bergen, Norway

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Cave Hotel: Cederberg Mountains, South Africa

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Vanishing underwater roller coaster: Japan

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The Amalfi Coast: Italy

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Bougainvilla as sunshade over a patio

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Mirror Pond


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Voringfossen:  Norway

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Preikestolen:  Norway

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Le Elephant:  Nantes, France

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A truly very unique bathroom![]

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25 Responses to Feast Your Eyes on the Beauty Around Our Planet – thanks to Nicki! Hugs, ~Jean

  1. Dan Meadows says:

    Ya, for sure. I like the manta ray looking at the little kid.

  2. Dee says:

    Astoundingly beautiful. Thank you for sharing these photographs Nicki and Jean
    xoxo

    • Nicki Tompkins says:

      Sometimes, you just have to share! These pictures are of a high vibrational nature, so I thought they fit perfectly on Jean’s site. We can use all the lift we can get, Right???!!

  3. Marie says:

    Guys I follow a page on Facebook called “Amazing Photos of the World” – search for them on FB and “like” them! Be ready to feast your eyes on the most astounding beauty you have ever seen! Just the right place to be when you’re down and out and for Mother Gaia to stir those love buttons;) Love you and thanks Jean!!!!

  4. Di, Cerrillos,NM,USA says:

    We are truly a jewel in the galaxy!! These photos show us the beauty
    provided by Gaia to lift spirits that are weary. Brings tears to the eyes
    to think that there are those who would destroy us.Thanks for the lift.

  5. girlseule says:

    These are some absolutely incredible images!

  6. Bill says:

    Really nice incredible photos and it would be fun to actually go to each of these places to experience the energy. Does make you wonder why anyone or thing would want destroy this gorgeous planet? Thanks Jean these make my day!!

  7. oystergirl99 says:

    Ahhhh mamma Jean! Thank you so much for posting these beautiful views of our blessed mother! I am always grateful to simply look at the beauty around us and feel it opening my heart~! 🙂 Alex

  8. Shelly says:

    Oh thank you Nicki and Jean…………the photos are beyond words! Made my 4th!

    • Nicki Tompkins says:

      I am so blessed you loved the photos that my friend Ron forwarded to me, which I just had to share with y’all. What you’re doing behind the scenes, Shelly, are also life changing. Love you much, Dahling and I’m SO grateful that Jean posts these uplifting pictures and articles for us. Sure has changed my life, to say the least..

  9. veraiconica says:

    Thank you Jean for sharing these awesome images. We are living in such a beautiful world. It is all around us. Hugs! Veraiconica

  10. Evelyn Goodman says:

    These are amazing pictures of actual sites.

    I thank you for sharing it with all of us!

  11. wolf727 says:

    Wow! Wonderful photos. Thank you Nicki.

  12. Nicki Tompkins says:

    These pictures are so captivating and I have to thank my friend, Ron, for sending them to me to share with all of you. Glad you loved them too, Jean. Love y’all!!

    • Jean says:

      Nicki, the photos simply took my breath away. How can we ever think of harming this beautiful planet we call home! Even the thought of exploding atomic bombs in her womb is beyond me! Hugs, ~Jean

      • Mona says:

        DITTO!!! Mona

      • Clara says:

        Jean, you took the words out of my mouth. It is so so beautiful. Thank you for posting.

      • Nicki Tompkins says:

        I don’t let those thoughts enter my mind, I am totally focused on Paradise, but then, you know that about me. I thank you for posting these pics and all the information you provide us Jean. I truly don’t know how you keep up with it all, but I only read articles that lift me to a higher plane. That’s the future I see and will soon provide a website so all can see our visions manifested. LOVE YOU ALL SOOOO MUCH!!

  13. IT WARMS THE HEART TO SEE SUCH NATURAL BEAUTY, WE MUST NEVER ALLOW OURSELVES TO BE BLINDED TO IT. IT IS A BEAUTIFUL WORLD. THANK YOU JEAN.

    • Jean says:

      Yes, Veronica, the planet is so very beautiful – and we are her stewards. Soon, I hope we will be able to return to our long-forgotten work! Thanks and hugs, ~Jean

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