We Went In Search Of The World’s Most Unique Places, And This Is What We Saw

We all live here. More than 7.1 billion of us. All of us on this third planet from the sun.

We know that when we stand on the equator we are spinning around the Earth’s center at 1000 miles per hour. At the North and South Poles though, we stand still, and gently rotate on the axis. We’ve identified 9,956 species of birds, and nearly ten times that of insects. The ocean at its deepest is nearly 7 miles deep, and the hottest recorded temperature has been 56.7 degrees celsius in Death Valley, USA.

We could go on for ages about what makes our planet amazing and more than just a floating rock in space, but we thought showing you would be more impressive.

It has taken us 20 months of exploring, hiking, climbing, walking, trekking, and flying to photograph some of Earth’s most unique places, and we know that there’s probably a million others that need to be photographed, but for now, here’s 20 that should be added to everyone’s bucket list.

Follow our Journey on Instagram @howfarfromhome

Algarve, Portugal

Algarve, Portugal

Bavaria, Germany

Bavaria, Germany

Antelope Canyon, USA

Antelope Canyon, USA

Jökulsárlón, Iceland

Jökulsárlón, Iceland

Sossusvlei, Namibia

Sossusvlei, Namibia

Lago di Braies, Italy

Lago di Braies, Italy

Bryce Canyon, USA

Bryce Canyon, USA

Hydra, Greece

Hydra, Greece

Yosemite, USA

Yosemite, USA

Real Alcazar, Spain

Real Alcazar, Spain

Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt, Austria

Åre, Sweden

Åre, Sweden

Venice, Italy

Venice, Italy

Drakensberg, South Africa

Drakensberg, South Africa

Victoria Falls, Zambia

Victoria Falls, Zambia

Le Morne, Mauritius

Le Morne, Mauritius

Rottnest Island, Australia

Rottnest Island, Australia

Zanzibar, Tanzania

Zanzibar, Tanzania

Landmannalaugar, Iceland

Landmannalaugar, Iceland

Bad Gastein, Austria

Bad Gastein, Austria

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