Namib Desert of Namibia

Vast expanses of desolate beauty, peaking red sand dunes and some of the toughest animals in the world, the Namib Desert of Namibia is a harsh but beautiful environment where animals and plants have learned to adapt in this water deprived environment. The Namib Desert is recorded as being the oldest desert in the world, … Continue reading “Namib Desert of Namibia”

Preikestolen Norway Pulpit Rock

Preikestolen is a massive cliff in Norway that towers 604 meters (1982 feet) in near vertical drop over the ocean. When famous French writer Victor Hugo visited the fjords, he referred to them as “the most terrifying of the ocean reefs.” Preikestolen is a natural rock formation that was carved by melting glaciers at the … Continue reading “Preikestolen Norway Pulpit Rock”

Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy is a 170 Miles (270 km) long ocean bay located on the East Coast of Canada, between the provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and is renowned for being a place with the highest tides on the planet. 115,000,000,000.00 (one hundred and fifteen billion) tonnes of ocean water raises the … Continue reading “Bay of Fundy”