These ice flowers form when plant stems and roots are not fully frozen but contain a lot of moistiure. As the moisture travels up the stem it freezes and creates layers of ice.
The Sinabung volcano began erupting in September 2013 but the most violent phase of the eruption only started two weeks ago. Over 25,000 residents have been forced to flee their homes for safety.
This phenomenon happens only once a decade in the Arizona Grand Canyon.
In the area of Slope Point, New Zealand the wind is so violent and persistent that the trees get twisted and bent along the direction the wind blows.
The storm winds reached 71 mph in the city on Friday and the rain flooded parts of the Las Vegas strip, affecting as many as 33,000 people with power outages.
Pictures show this Antheraea Polyphemus caterpillar as it changes into a silk moth.
This popular tourist destination in Hinatuan, Mindanao, Philippines, is a crystal clear, Enchanted River, which looks almost surreal and seems to contain further mysteries beneath.
Take a closer look at this living river in Java, Indonesia.
This light display is a natural effect that can be seen at high latitude regions such as the Arctic and Antarctic. The stunning show can even be seen from space.
Unless you live in cold climates where snow is an annual occurrence, you have probably not seen a “frost shadow” before. Here are some examples of nature’s artistry.