Here we bring you ten incredible images that will leave you amazed both by their beauty and mystery. These images are worth a thousand words, so sit back and enjoy them.
-The Red planet… not so red after all? This is a rare picture of Mars , at least as far as colors are concerned is one of the most beautiful ever taken, it was photographed by NASA’s very own alien robot, the Curiosity rover.
-An incredible image taken in Australia in 2014 of a mega-dust storm. Mother Nature can be both beautiful and dangerous at the same time.
-Incredible when seen from Earth, the beauty of the Aurora Borealis could only be overcome if it is possible, by an image from space, like the one below taken from the International Space Station orbiting Earth.
– Chilling image taken from a camera mounted on a bird portraying how much mankind can poison our planet.
-A watch worn by Akito Kavagove. The clock stopped exactly at 8:15 when the atomic bomb fell on Hiroshima in 1945.
-High impact contrast in the photograph portraying a lake of lava in the crater of Volcano Erta Ale in Ethiopia.
-The Great Wall of China is probably one of the most photographed monuments on the planet. In this image we have a view of the Great Wall you’ve probably never seen… the place where the Great wall Begins… or ends, in the the Shanhaiguan County.
-This isn’t a photoshopped image nor is it fake. Actually, what we have in this image is nothing less than the world’s largest excavation machines… the colossal Bagger 288.
-The most vivid and clear image to date of Mercury displaying the incredible colors and beauties of one of the most mysterious planets in our solar system.
– One of the most beautiful images of Orion’s Belt ever taken where we can see the stars Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka. The color picture was composited from digitized black and white photographic plates recorded through red and blue astronomical filters, with a computer synthesized green channel.
Which one of the images is your favorite? Would you have added a different image in the list? If so… which one?