The beach, with its red sand, is surrounded by rusty red cliffs and black lava rocks. The ocean outside the cove is a pristine deep blue.
These striped hills in Gansu are known as the Rainbow Mountains of China. The sandstone deposits contain iron and other minerals that lend the landscape their colors.
In 1968, starting with his lawn, retired upholsterer John Milkovisch began covering every inch of his property with various items, including rocks, marbles, and pieces of metal such as beer cans.
Along India's southwestern shore are a series of sand dunes, lagoons, and inland waterways known as the Malabar Coast.
The gum wall now stretches for over 50 feet on both sides of Post Alley and is now an unlikely top tourist attraction.
It is common for massive pieces of the glacier to fracture and crash into the water beneath, creating an epic spectacle for visitors.
Visitors are welcome to enjoy the weathered glass and trinkets, but removing glass or other treasures from the beach is prohibited.
Frozen bubbles of methane fill this ice-covered lake in winter, creating a surreal landscape that draws photographers to this Rocky Mountain locale in Alberta, Canada.