#1 Epic Underwater Waves In Fiji: By Alison Teal
This gal has an awesome collection of ocean and underwater images of her exotic surf safari ventures in Fiji.
#2 Forest On Shipwreck Island: By Bruce Hood
The ship, SS Ayrfield in Homebush Bay, Sydney, Australia has a forest growing on it! Utilized during WWII for American troops supplies in the Pacific, it was eventual sold to a Australian business and later abandoned.
#3 Looking Down From Lion's Head: By Trottin-The-Globe
Perched on a ledge 2,195 ft above the sea, this guy is super brave! Lion's Head is a mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, between Table Mountain and Signal Hill.
#4 Face Plant: By Acearchie
Wow.. and no photoshop? This process was done with a camera only, and the technique is called 'multiple exposure'. This image was a superimposition of two exposures to create a single picture.
#5 The Eye Of the Moon: By Lynn Sessions
Arches National Park in eastern Utah is looking at us! The park is located on the Colorado River and its landscape of contrasting colors and textures are otherworldly!
#6 The Space 'Selfie': By NASA
Why not, everyone does it and it's the first one while in space?! The reflection within his space helmet is what's incredible. Is that planet Earth back there? Wow!
#7 Sunset In Santorini: By Pedro Szekely
Santorini is a magical volcanic Greek island located in the southern Aegean Sea. The town is exactly as romantic and quaint as it looks here!
#8 First Flight: By Naturen-Ar-Fantastisk
Have you seen that nature video where young ducklings jump to the ground from high in the trees before they can fly? How do they do it?!
#9 Tree: Ponthus' Beech: By Christophe Kiciak
This renown tree of various old legends still exists in the Brocéliande forest, in France. One legend includes Merlin's tomb and the 10th century "Knights of the Round Table'!
#10 The Roman Pool At Hearst Castle: By Trey Ratcliff
Can you image taking a little dip? The Hearst Castle located on the Californian Coast was owned by newspaper tycoon, William Randolph Hearst. In its day the estate was infamous for lavish parties attended by Hollywood's elite and celebrities.