The Quiver Tree Forest with a rainbow at sunset shortly after a summer thunderstorm. Keetmanshoop, Namibia
A summer thunderstorm creates a stunning rainbow backdrop at sunset over the Quiver tree (Kokerboom) forest near the town of Keetmanshoop in Namibia. The quiver tree or kokerboom (Aloe dichotoma) is a tall, branching species of succulent aloe, indigenous to Southern Africa. They occur specifically in the Northern Cape region of South Africa, and parts of Southern Namibia. Just outside the town of Keetmanshoop in Namibia is a forest of sheer and utter beauty with some of the most fantastic specimens of Quiver Trees to be seen anywhere.
© © Mitchell Krog
Lighthouse on Little Curacao (Klein Curacao)
Klein Curacao (English: Little Curacao) is a 1.7 square kilometres (170 ha; 0.66 sq mi) uninhabited island south-east of Curacao in the Caribbean Sea, and is part of the country of Curacao. The only structures on the island are an old lighthouse, a beach house, and several huts. Klein Curacao is well known as a beautiful diving-spot because of its coral. It's fairly easy to spot colorful fish and sea turtles when snorkeling.
© 2013 Frans Sellies
Young Couple Sitting Along The Stairway To Lycabettus Hill in Athens
Young couple sitting along the stairway to the Lycabettus hill in downtown Athens, Greece, surrounded by Prickly Pear Cactus (Opuntia Ficus Indica) and other Mediterranean shrubs.
© Federica Grassi
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