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Sand Dunes, Australia: You might be aware of sand, but what is a dune..? Dune is a hill of sand built either by wind or water flow. These Sand Dunes are the one which is near the coast of Coral Sea National Wildlife refugue, which is in Queensland, Australia. Sandbars flow into the Coral Sea at Whitsunday Island National Park in Queensland, Australia.
There are turbines on the river Rance which generates electricity and because of this the river looks like a Whirlpool.
Located at 1000 Lake Cook Road, Glencoe, Illinois, USA, the Chicago Botanic Garden is a 385-acre living plant museum situated on nine islands featuring 23 display gardens surrounded by lakes, as well as a prairie and woodlands. There are many gardens inside the main campus. The Waterfall Garden is one of the best with a set of cascading waterfalls flowing down a hill with beautiful plants and flowers. The Bonsai collection is very interesting and a must see. The other gardens include the Fruit and Vegetable Garden, the Aquatic Garden, the Rose Garden and the Sensory Garden among others. A full day isn’t enough to cover all the gardens thus the importance of the membership.
On the shores of Pismo Beach of California the waves of the pacific have left foot prints in the sand beach.
Ice on the Beaufort sea Turns the artic ocean.
Costa Rica, which means “Rich Coast”.The country is ranked fifth in the world, and first among the Americas, in terms of the 2012 Environmental Performance Index. The Ripples on the water looks like Impressionist Paints.
In the midst of a full algae bloom, the waters of Kenya’s Lake Magadi run red.
The Beach with a Black Sand In Manzanillo,Mexico.
Water Ripples On the Sand can be seen in the Virgin Islands.
On the Bottom of the Canadian River Sunlight and Water Pebbles create a Amazing visual effect.