Category Archives: Nature

Gros Morne National Park Newfoundland Canada in 4K Ultra HD – Amazing Places on our Planet …

This is spectacular I am sure you will love it also …


I follow Amazing Places on our Planet on YouTube and he publishes some amazing videos.

Great video with stunning images and I am sure you will enjoy.

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“Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List:: “More recent glacial action has resulted in some spectacular scenery, with coastal lowland, alpine plateau, fjords, glacial valleys, sheer cliffs, waterfalls and many pristine lakes”(quote from whc.unesco.org/en/list/419).
In the video – hiking in Gros Morne: Western Brook Pond Overlook hike and Gros Morne Mountain hike.” …

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Drakensberg, South Africa in 4K Ultra HD – Amazing Places on our Planet …

This is spectacular I am sure you will love it also …


I follow Amazing Places on our Planet on YouTube and he publishes some amazing videos.

Great video with stunning images and I am sure you will enjoy.

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“Hiking in the Ukhahlamba Drakensberg mountains in South Africa. The park is on the UNESCO World Heritage list for its exceptional natural beauty.

Three hikes included in the video: Cathedral Peak hike in Central Drakensberg, KwaZulu Natal; Amphitheatre hike in Northern Drakensberg; Tugela Falls Gorge – Northern Drakensberg/Royal Natal National Park.” …

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Amazing Places on Our Planet in 4K Ultra HD (2015 in Review) – Amazing Places on our Planet …

This is spectacular I am sure you will love it also …


I follow Amazing Places on our Planet on YouTube and he publishes some amazing videos.

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“2015 – Year in Review: Best selection from all 42 “Amazing Places on Our Planet” videos released in the channel in 2015.”

There are links to some stunning videos you must watch …

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Spring in Holland …

Shared by Bear Tales follower Hilary


SPRING..like you’ve never seen it before ! …

Keukenhof – know as the Garden of Europe – is the one of the best places to view the abundance of spring flowers in the South Holland region of the Netherlands

Amsterdam’s flower market – the Bloemenmarkt – reflects the country’s passion for cut flowers and plants

Around seven million bulbs are planted each year in the park at Keukenhof, in an area of 32 hectares

The Bloemenmarkt – set on the capital’s Singel canal and said to be the world’s only floating flower market – has a score of stalls where you can buy all sorts of plants, flowers, bulbs and seeds

The mild climate of Holland, with its wet springs makes it an ideal place for bulb cultivation

Tulips originated in the east and were brought to Holland from the Ottoman Empire in the mid 1500s

In springtime, the lowland area by the North Sea is carpeted with fields of gladioli, hyacinths, lilies, daffodils, crocuses… And, of course, tulips

Keukenhof – literally ‘kitchen garden’ – is part of the hunting grounds of the ancient Teylingen estate

This year, the theme for the Keukenhof exhibition is Germany: Land of Poets and Philosophers

The patchwork quilt of colours in the Keukenhof park, just outside Lisse in South Holland, is a veritable feast for the eyes

The bulbs of Keukenhof are re-planted each year according to the current trends and in collaboration with a number of gardening magazines

Spring in Keukenhof is one of the main tourist attractions of the Netherlands

The best way to appreciate the full glory of the Dutch spring is to hire a bike and cycle one of the tourist routes among the bulb fields


Hilary hopes you enjoyed.

Western Australia – Kimberley …

One of the most remote parts of the world

An amazing place please enjoy the video and watch full screen is good 1080p …

I lived there for 10 years and have been to these places when there were no terrorists no tourists I mean!

Please visit these sites …

Kimberley Wikipedia

Guide to the Kimberley

The Western Australia Kimberley Region – A Travel Guide To Australia’s Last True Wilderness

This area has to be on your bucket list without doubt.

Deadvlei and Namib-Naukluft National Park Namibia in 4K Ultra HD – Amazing Places on our Planet …

This is spectacular I am sure you will love it also …


I follow Amazing Places on our Planet on YouTube and he publishes some amazing videos.

Great video with stunning images and I am sure you will enjoy.

Don’t forget click the settings wheel and adjust for the best resolution your system will display. Watching in fullscreen is good.

“Aerial views from the Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia, and views from walking around some of its most popular areas: Dune 45, Sossusvlei, Deadvlei. The skeletons of the trees in Deadvlei are believed to have died 600–700 years ago, the area is dream location for the photographers around the world.

Part of the Namib-Naukluft National Park, named Namib Sand Sea, has been declared UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Recorded March 2017 in 4K Ultra HD with Sony AX100. …

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Chinese scientists teleport object into Earth’s orbit for first time …

“The work is an essential step toward establishing a global-scale quantum internet.”

Bear thinks this is a big deal …

Source: Chinese scientists teleport object into Earth’s orbit for first time – Business Insider

 

“Researchers in China have taken the process a few steps further: They successfully teleported a photon from Earth to a satellite orbiting more than 311 miles away.

The satellite, called Micius, is a highly sensitive photo receiver capable of detecting the quantum states of single photons fired from the ground. Micius was launched to allow scientists to test various technological building blocks for quantum feats including entanglement, cryptography, and teleportation.”