Traveling on Spaceship Earth

As you travel to various parts of the world, you begin to realize that the planet that we live on has some strange and fascinating features due to the forces that created it. There are definitely places that we have visited that seem almost other-worldly. You could easily imagine yourself as having stepped off of a spaceship and walking around the surface of some foreign planet. It is amazing how truly unique and beautiful our world really is, although some places can be somewhat scary and foreboding. People that truly love to travel, especially to unique places in the world, have that same spirit of exploration that led our ancestors to risk their lives in order to discover new lands and map the world that we live in. If you could jump into a rocket and travel to other planets in other solar systems, would you?

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Moon Valley

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Unique Geology in Colorado Up Close

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Cavern Carved by Water in Morocco

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Amazing Scenery in Yellowstone

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Lava Field in Iceland

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Fish Under Water

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Colorful Formations

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Supposed Alien Face in Tiwanaku

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Incredible Landscape in Moon Valley

 

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9 Responses to Traveling on Spaceship Earth

  1. Maggie says:

    You have captured this strange and wonderful world. Love it.

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  2. mvobsession says:

    Stunning.

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  3. Whenever I visit the Paint Mines, I also feel transported into a different, beautiful world!

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  4. I think if I could go to another solar system I would but I would want to have seen much of this world first. Loved the Yellowstone photo in particular. šŸ˜€

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  6. I enjoyed this post! Thanks for sharing your pictures.

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