The unique hydrological phenomenon takes place near the Polish town Wągrowiec. Two rivers – Wełna and Nielba – cross each other without having their waters mixed and continue to flow in separate beds. The researchers have once colored the water of the rivers in different colors and the paint didn’t mix.
The photos in this post made by photographer Jim Richardson are of the Hebrides islands in Scotland. Somewhere between the lakes and rivers, the mountains, the sea caverns, the meadows, and the misty landscape is a kind of tranquil beauty that makes one truly appreciate the wild.