Hang Rái (Otter Caves) named in the old days, otters live here, but now they do not exist anymore. Located at Vĩnh Hy, Ninh Thuận, Việt Nam, Google Map It is the beautiful place with stunning scenes at sunrise for most landscape photographers. Exactly, photographers call this scene “Bàn Thạch” because it looks like a stone table. Best time of the year to capture it is from end of November to early February.
The Golden Waves You’ve probably seen beautiful photos of the sensuously sculpted frozen sand hills. These formations called “The Waves” “The Sands of Time” or North Coyote Buttes. It is actually located in the Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness area, Utah-Arizona border. The golden waves or the Wave 2 is a sandstone rock formation, the formation is situated on the slopes of the Coyote Buttes is well–known among hikers and photographers for its colorful, undulating forms and the difficult hike required to reach it. Due to the fragile nature of the formation and the large number of people wishing to visit it, a daily lottery system is used to dispense only ten next–day permits in person at the Kanab visitor center. Additionally, ten online permits for each date are available four months in advance of a planned trip. The number of people allowed into the area is strictly limited. Details on how to apply for the permit are given at Paria Canyon-Coyote Buttes If you are just photographers, not experienced hikers, I do not recommend you to solo hiking in this area, especially hiking at late evening or dark night. You should be accompanied in a group with an experienced leader.
Past Resplendence Bodie State Historic Park is a genuine California gold-mining ghost town. Visitors can walk down the deserted streets of a town that once had a population of 10,000 people. The town was founded by Waterman S. Body (William Bodey), who had discovered small amounts of gold in hills north of Mono Lake. In 1877, the Standard Company struck pay dirt and a gold rush transformed Bodie from a town of 20 people to a boomtown.
Furious Waves Long sandy beaches below rugged headlands, a craggy coastline with natural arches and secluded coves are features that make Sonoma Coast State Beach one of California’s most scenic attractions.
Devil’s Golf Course The Devil’s Golf Course is a large salt pan on the floor of Death Valley, located in the Mojave Desert within Death Valley National Park is an area of salty mud that forms upturned sharp-edged crags, minerals dissolved in the lake became increasingly concentrated as water evaporated.
The Salton Sea Lake is an inland saline lake located in the Sonoran Desert of southeastern California, near the Mexico-U.S. border. It is one of the most arid regions in North America, was formed in 1905 when the Colorado River burst out of its man-made irrigation canal and flooded the dry alkaline basin of the Imperial Valley. The lake is approximately 35 miles by 15 miles with an average depth of about 30 feet, the water flowed for two years before the flooding could be shut off. Agricultural drainage and runoff from the surrounding mountains continue to pour water into the lake, so the lake level continues to rise.
Waves of Sandstone Lower Antelope Canyon is the most photographed with abstract shapes, structures and colors seen in other parts of the canyon. Located in the American Southwest, east of Page, Arizona USA
Sun Beam Upper Antelope Canyon is the most frequently visited and photographed with light beams or shafts of direct sunlight radiating down from openings at the top of the canyon. Located in page, Arizona, USA.
Moving Rocks The Mysterious Moving Rocks at the famous Racetrack of Death Valley in California are reputed to move. Although no one has ever witnessed the event, the tracks leave room for no other plausible explanation. It is hypothesized that when the surface of the playa is wet or frosted, strong winds cause the rocks to slide and leave their trails behind them on the mud as they make their way. There are many rocks that appear to break off from cliffs at the south end of the playa, some weighing as much as 3/4 ton, and move as much as two miles. Trails created by the rocks vary in length and direction, most trails are parallel to others, some show gradual curving or sharp turns or even make complete loops. These two particular rocks had moved from a far distance and traveled close together, the small one possibly had made a “U turn” twice (by looking at its trail), waiting for the large one, and lovely merged just behind. These two rocks and trails forming a “V” shape like a necklace over a mountain in the background.