Japan (photo from igmur.com)
Written by Valentina Romano
Sunsets, sunrises, and incredible landscapes are all things that Mother Nature constantly awards us with. Wonderful natural shows are every person’s soft spot: who wouldn’t want to admire a warm sunset sitting on the white beach of an isolated island?
Northen Ireland (photo by Christopher Tait)
The Golden Scope found something incredibly beautiful, always designed and produced by Nature, but this time involving human constructions as well. Indeed, there in some parts of the world, it’s possible to enjoy the magical tunnels made by nature: tunnels made of flowers and trees that Mother Nature managed to create in harmony with buildings and streets.
Maple Tunnel, St. Louis, Oregon, U.S. (photo by Ian Sane)
If you are intrigued and curious about these tunnels, then you should have a look at the following pictures, one of the natural constructions might be positioned not too far from you, and you could be lucky enough to go check it out!
Bamboo Path, Kyoto, Japan (photo by Yuya Orikawa)
Bonn street, Germany (photo by Alias Meliauskas)
Tunnel of love, Ukraine (photo by Oleg Gordienko)
Japan (photo from www.mindphoto.blog.fc2.com)
Sakura tunnel, Japan (photo by Okera Japan)
Porto Alegre street, Brazil (photo by Stephen Messenger)
Laburnum Tunnel-Bodnant Garden, U.K. (photo by Tony Shertila)
Netherlands (photo by Lars van de Goor)
Gingko Tree Tunnel, Japan (photo from www.flickr.com – mrhayata)
Jacarandas Walk, South Africa (photo from igmur.com)
Jerez Street, Spain (photo by Aidan McRae Thomson)
Sussex, U.K. (photo by Sam Moore)
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. (photo from www.500px.com – Exploring Light Photography)
Gyeonghwa Station, Jinhae, South Korea (photo by Aaron Choi)
Cypress Tree Tunnel at the Historic Marconi Wireless Station, California, U.S. (photo by Michael Brandt)
Francisco Alvarado Parque, Costa Rica (photo by Vytautas Šėrys)