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Wednesday, April 6

Amazing Weekly Wrapper By National Geographic

A beautiful waterfall in the mountains of West Virginia. The water below this scenic waterfall swirls very slowly; however, the 25-second-long exposure reveals a whirlpool in the gently flowing water.

The Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico has no rivers above ground because its upper layer is soft limestone. The water is found below ground in underground rivers and cenotes such as this one near Chichaltza.

The Lethbridge Viaduct is the largest railway structure in Canada, standing almost 100 meters high and over 1,600 meters long. This morning it happened to be skirted in a morning fog.

Amazing right? Allah creation never fail to amaze me.

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syuhada said...

subhanallah... only that i can think of...

btw, railway tu kalau aku mmg tak berani nak lalu -_-

Prinzcy Syida said...

aku pn takut gak. but if i ever did go to canada, maybe i would try.