Imagine being able to watch whales leaping in the ocean from your living-room. Well that’s exactly what the citizens of Muizenberg, South Africa can see at this time of year.
Acapulco, Mexico is probably known more for its sun and sea than its lightning strikes, but when they come, they certainly come with breathtaking force.
As sunsets go it doesn’t get much better than this majestic panorama in Borneo.
What did the big volcano say to the little volcano? You’re too young to smoke.
Well this volcano is not too young, and an overhead view of Paluweh Island in Indonesia shows the smoke rising from this very active volcano.
Where is this? (It’s not from Gulliver’s Travels!)
Tokyo Skytree is the one of the world’s tallest structures, and after a recent typhoon it was bathed in the brightest of rainbows.
Bred in captivity this baby orangutan is not from its native habitat of Borneo, but from the island of Singapore.
A rainbow on the hills of Gansu, China, autumnal colours all year long, a World Heritage Site.
It’s like a rainbow flat on the ground, the Grand Prismatic in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA, seems unreal.
The Aurora strikes again, this time in Grotfjord, Norway.