While some places are beautiful to look at when the sun is shining brightly, there are also places that are more wonderful to look at when the sun is out. Know these 7 amazing places at night!
Waitomo Cave, New Zealand
This cave is popular because of its beauty especially during night time. Glowworms are abundant in the place which made the cave more beautiful to visit at night. These glowworms are just like the size of average mosquitoes. Enjoy a boat ride and witness these glowworms in Waitomo Cave.
Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
In these mountains, you will enjoy insects dancing in harmony. What are these insects? These are not fireflies if that is what you think. These are bioluminescent flying beetles! Their synchronization lighting up and dancing is just what makes these insects beautiful to look at. Their abdomens light up making them look like fireflies. Still, fireflies are present in the area.
Toyama Bay, Japan
In Toyama Bay, firefly squids are visible that glow like fireflies. These bioluminescent squids only grows up to 3 inches long. These squids are very abundant in Toyama Bay. These squids emit cobalt blue lights and are very abundant during 3:00 in the morning. Firefly squids are so beautiful to look at attracting tourists to see them.
Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
Salar De Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world. With its beautiful landscape, you will surely want to visit this place again and again. See cool and beautiful shapes formed in the salt ground and beautiful landscapes visible in the area. At night, experience the amazing view of the skies without anything to block your scene.
Glowing Mushrooms, New England
These so-called glowing mushrooms are commonly known as bitter oyster having the binomial name of Panellus stipticus. Panellus stipticus are very common in New England especially during the fall. These fungi usually lives on half-decayed oak trees and feeds on chemicals from the oak tree.
Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra)- Capri, Italy
See the beauty of the Blue Grotto which is a natural sea cave that is 25 m wide and 60 m long. This is called Blue Grotto due to its water’s bright azzure color inside the cave. What makes the water stunningly blue? Sunlight enters the grotto through an underwater opening under the sea cave’s mouth. The light filters out the red reflections and only the vibrant blue color remain. Also, if you put something under the water, it turns the object’s color to silver. This is due to tiny bubbles covering the outside of the object causing light to refract in a different manner.
Aurora Borealis, Canada
Aurora Borealis is commonly known as the Northen lights which can be found in Canada. Aurora Borealis is named after a Roman goddess of dawn named Aurora. This natural phenomena is so beautiful to look at as different colors such as neon green, purple, orange and other colors appear in the skies melting, waving, and forming new formations of colors.
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