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Thien Duong Cave, Vietnam - also known as paradise cave, sits in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. Hidden amidst forested karst mountain peaks, it was discovered in 2005.
astonishing mineral formations on the ceiling and floor of this natural wonder intrigue visitors along the wooden pathway, winding through a 1km section of this awe inspiring wonder.
a thought provoking, spiritual experience, as visitors dwell at the detail of these stunning formations created over a vast age.
the diversity in formations can also be seen here, almost a fossil-like imitation.
arriving at the gate of this chamber is simply awe inspiring, a mystical experience heightened by scale, design and far from population centres.
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias / City of Arts and Sciences - Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe and Palau de les Arts designed by architect Santiago Calatrava.
guest admire their surroundings and shelter from the intense Valencian sunshine.
A vast complex of spectacular structures, I was particularly drawn towards the geometric patterns and alternative views of these iconic buildings.
Setas de Sevilla, Spain - designed by Jürgen Mayer is the largest wooden structure in the world.
these 'mushroom' like wooden parasols sit in contrast with the more traditional surroundings of La Encarnacion square.
as seen from the viewing platform above, the pathway winds around with views of the surrounding buildings, synonymous with traditional Andalucian structures with central courtyards - a legacy of Moorish rule in the Iberian peninsula.
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