Iceberg Alley: Where You Can Watch Enormous Icebergs Drift in Front of Your Window

Stretching from Arctic to the southeast coast of the island of Newfoundland, Iceberg Alley is the perfect spot for iceberg viewing – even from your kitchen window, while cooking the local staple ‘Jiggs dinner’. A 150 ft. Iceberg passing through Iceberg Alley near Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada. Photo: Doreen Dalley If you live in Canada’s Iceberg Alley, you will never be short of iceb

Colombia’s Largest Tree Is So Big in Diameter, It Has Grown Pillars to Support Its Branches

No, that’s not a little mountain, but a big tree. Share Image credit: Eréndira Rodríguez What’s the biggest tree in the world? General Sherman is certainly at the top of contenders, but then look at this. In the depths of Colombia’s Caribbean region, there is a tree some mistakenly call ‘The Tree of Guacarí’, which was another enormous tree in the same area, rat

49 Of The Most Beautiful Historic Castles Discovered Around The World, As Shared By This Online Group

According to this year's surveys, 11 percent of Americans who are planning to travel internationally right now are considering a trip to the United Kingdom. Of those travelers, one-in-four intends to explore the country beyond London, showing an interest in its history and heritage. A similar curiosity fuels trips to villages throughout Europe and other continents that otherwise might've e

50 Beautiful Pics Of Ukraine That Are Heartbreaking To See Right Now

Ukraine, a democracy of 44 million people, continues to experience a devastating attack. As the world uneasily watches the 8th day of the Russian invasion, people and nations are uniting like never before, sending support and condemning this unjustified war. Sitting in the heart of Europe, Ukraine celebrated its 30 years of independence last year. While it may seem like a young state, it has

Mysterious Forest Of 400 Crooked Trees In Poland Is Still A Mystery For Scientists

There’s a small grove of regular pine trees in West Pomerania, Poland, that has become famous because of one little “twist” – all 400 of the trees located there have a strange bend at the base! The stand of trees was planted around 1930 in what was then Germany. The trees all take a sharp 90-degree turn soon after leaving the ground before sweeping back into an upright position with a g

20 Times Nature Made the World Bow Down Before It

We may think that modern technology is very powerful, but the reality is that whatever we manage to build and create is temporary and Mother Nature proves this to us at every opportunity. And it never hesitates to take over as soon as we turn our backs, showing us who is the real king of the castle. We at Bright Side selected a few photos to show how incredibly st

Proof That When Left Alone, Nature Always Finds a Way to Take Over

“There’s always a way – if you’re committed,” said Tony Robbins, an American author, and entrepreneur. Nature has definitely mastered this skill at an expert level and certainly serves as a great life coach. We at Bright Side have selected these photos to show how incredibly strong nature really is. 1. Energy and persistence conquer everything.

The Winners Of The 2021 World Nature Photography Awards Are Here, And The Pics Are Stunning (39 Pics)

The annual World Nature Photography Awards (WNPA) have just announced their 2021 winners, and the pictures are stunning. The top award and cash prize of $1,000 went to Amos Nachoum from the United States for his image of a leopard seal about to capture a defenseless Gentoo penguin. Nachoum waited patiently for hours on the remote island of Plano, off the Antarctic Peninsula, for the righ

50 Of The Most Interesting Winter Pics That Showcase What True Cold Looks Like

The Starks are always right, eventually—winter is coming, and would you look at that, it's already here in our yards. And it doesn’t feel like leaving. There’s a blizzard raging outside our windows, we’ve got our favorite ugly sweaters on, and we’d gladly exchange our radiators for roaring fireplaces. Our team here at Bored Panda wanted to share our love for snow and ice wonderl

Nearly Frozen Waves Captured On Camera By Nantucket Photographer

Photographer Jonathan Nimerfroh found himself staring at an ocean full of Slurpee. The waters of the Atlantic Ocean looked like it due to the unusually cold temperatures that were making it freeze. Lakes freeze every year, but oceans freezing is a rare sight. The photographer/surfer/ocean enthusiast set out to capture the beauty of this rare event. While the partially-frozen waves churned and h