Unique

Tuesday, July 29, 2008


Tepui Mountains, Venezuela


Forbes Traveler just listed their “10 Most Unique Landscapes”. Their definition is “instantly recognizable views that are found nowhere else in the world” and created by specific and unusual geological forces.

This sounded like a useful list for any resourceful photographer (although they left out my particular favorite, Badlands National Park in South Dakota which looks completely other-wordly). Nevertheless, in no particular order here are the 10:


Inle Lake, Myanmar


Petra, Jordan


Tauo, New Zealand


Li River Valley, China


Uyuni, Bolivia


Skeleton Coast, Namibia


Western Highlands, Scotland


Cappadocia, Turkey


Redwood National Park, USA


And my personal pick:


Badlands National Park, South Dakota

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