The Forces of Nature

As you travel and see different parts of the world, seeing the way that nature has shaped the land that we live on is amazing to see. Water shapes the land through erosion both from rivers as well as the oceans. Volcanos add new land where there once was nothing. Mountains are formed over time, rising ever higher towards the skies. The sun beats down on the deserts, leaving scorched earth and drought for those who live in those areas. This week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge is Elemental, observing the effects of earth, air, water, and fire. We have chosen a few photos representing the forces of nature from different locations that we have visited.


Arch at Cabo San Lucas


Garden of the Gods


Andes Mountains in South America


Geysir Bubbling Up in Iceland


Cavern Carved by Water in Morocco

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9 Responses to The Forces of Nature

  1. Nature is indeed a great shaper of the landscapes you’ve captured a great collection of.

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  2. Also my favorite view in Garden of the Gods. 😊

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  4. Yes I hear you … 100% Louise

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous pictures!!!!

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  7. RahulYuvi says:

    Great . Beautiful clicks.During the last few months of Travel, I too have come across few of most beautiful creations of Nature – A Pink Pigeon , A White Peacock and some other delightful species.Have a look –

    Exploring the Colours of Nature – A Photographical Insight

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