Category: Nature

Have you been to these bizarre places? – Part 2

Continuing from my earlier post on Have you been to these bizarre places

Baobabs avenue sunset-bizarre places
Baobabs Avenue Sunset
Image credit -Zigomar

Avenue of Baobab in Madagascar

Madagascar, bizarre places
Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve in Madagascar. Image credit- Moq

Stone Forest in Madagascar

Desert and Sea meets at Skeleton Coast in Namibia, bizarre places

Desert and Sea meets at Skeleton Coast in Namibia

Great Mosque of Djenne, bizarre places

The Great Mosque of Djenne, Largest Mud Structure in the World in Mali

Chefchaouen, Blue city in Morocco

Village of Tamri in Morocco, bizarre places
Found in the small village of Tamri in Morocco, these goats climb Argan trees

Village Tamri, Goats Climbing Trees in Morocco (Even I found it difficult to believe!)

Tiebele traditional house decoration Burkina Faso, bizarre places
Tiebele traditional house decoration Burkina Faso

Tiébélé Houses in Burkina Faso

Please do let me know of any other bizarre places that I may have missed out on this list and the previous one.

Have you been to these bizarre places?

Have you been to these bizarre places from around the world?

This list is going to be big. Huge actually. And I won’t add a description. Plus I will add some known places too if I find them worth mentioning. If you are comfortable with this, only then proceed further. Thanks


White desert, Egypt, bizarre places to visit
White desert, Egypt
Black Desert in Bahariya Oasis, bizarre places in the world
Black Desert in Bahariya Oasis

Located to the north a little bit of white desert, formed by the erosion of the mountains to cover the surface of the desert with a layer of powder and black rocks and this was called the black desert, and there at the end of volcanic hills black chronicling on the outbreak of volcanic material dark dubbed «Duliraat» This is due to formation black Rock.

The Danakil Depression in Ethiopia.

Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, bizarre places in the world
Danakil Depression in Ethiopia

Located in the north of the Afar Triangle, a geological depression formed by tectonic plates that are slowly ripping the earth apart, the Danakil Depression is very low in altitude (about 100 meters below sea level), dry (rain is extremely rare) and hot – so hot that it’s famous for being the hottest place on earth in terms of year round average temperatures. Moreover, reaching it requires a day-long drive through the desert, which is both expensive and exhaustively uncomfortable. But it’s worth the effort because this area holds invaluable treasures for the avid photographer. [Source]

The Lac Rose (Or Lake Retba ) in Senegal, bizarre places to visit
The Lac Rose (Or Lake Retba ) in Senegal

Lake Retba or Lac Rose Or Pink Lake lies north of the Cap Vert peninsula of Senegal, some 30 km north-east of the capital, Dakar in north-west Africa. It is named for its pink waters caused by Dunaliella salina algae and is known for its high salt content, up to 40% in some areas. [Source]

Devil's pool, Victoria Falls, bizarre places to visit
Devil’s Pool at Victoria Falls
Image credit-

Victoria Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Devil’s Pool is adjacent to the famous Livingstone Island situated on the edge of the Victoria Falls. [Source]

To be continued…

Birds of Bikaner Rajasthan

A farmer with a bird in Rajasthan
Spotted Asian Owlet, Birds of Bikaner, Rajasthan
Spotted Asian Owlet
Steppe Eagle
Steppe Eagle
Indian Roller
Indian Roller aka the bird mafia, very aggressive little guy
Red breasted bulbul -beautiful song, Birds of Bikaner
Red breasted bulbul -beautiful song
Steppe Eagle
Steppe Eagle
A young red winged lapwing

A young red winged lapwing

Southern Grey Shirke -kills bees by impaling them on thorns.
Southern Grey Shirke -kills bees by impaling them on thorns.
The Desert gerbil -fast food for the birds, Birds of Bikaner
The Desert gerbil -fast food for the birds

Source: The Birds of Bikaner, Rajasthan – 19th January 2015 | The Jalebi Express

Awesome birds of Bikaner, Rajasthan.

Gigantic waves- Digital Paining
Gigantic Waves

A digital painting created by Ahmed ALOZADE has been gifted to me by him with his signature and my name. 

It is a beautiful realistic picture created with digital techniques.

A creation which is full of emotions. It causes varied passions and sensations. 

The energy generated by this painting through its subject, its movements, its features, its shape, and its color contrasts, that give the grand blue and white, against the red and yellow miniature.

The technical specifications are: 


Copyright noticeThe recipient of the gift, has all rights to the number of prints he/she wishes for his personal use and to provide for his family and friends (For commercial use, ask Ahmed Alozade for a written authorization).

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