Because of my writing work, I do a lot of research and often come across many interesting websites. One site I discovered is Wonderslists.com. The site offers lists about everything from the 10 Prettiest Young Filipina Female Stars to The Top 10 World Famous Animals You Need To Know. It's an interesting site to pass the time away. You click on one title and before you know it, you're on the site for an hour! Some call it click-bate, but it really isn't. It's more of a fun site designed strictly for entertainment. If you are taking a break or simply want to get away from all the negative news in the media today, you can find interesting, informative, and amusing information on this website.
I selected the list 10 Stunning Photos of Beautiful Places Around the World. Here are 5 of those places. Click on the link to view all 10.
Santo Domingo Savio, Meedellín
The sculpture is on the road between Medellin to Santo Domingo Savio in Colombia.
Temple Watrong Khun, Thailand
Just 13 km outside of the Chiang Rai city center, an extravagant artistic temple outshines even the most fabulous of traditional Buddhist temples. Buddhist and Hindi in origin, the temples artist, Chalermchai Kositpipat began construction in 1997 both as an offering and as an important statement against the charms of the modern world.
Terraced Rice Fields, Ping'an, China
The Rice Fields of Longsheng are about a two hour drive from the Chinese city of Giulin (Li River fame). This was taken from one of the many lookouts in the mountainside village of Ping’an. Although we didn’t have the best of weather the rain did stop long enough for a few nice photo opportunities, like this one.
Picturesque English Village of Castle Combre in Wiltshire
Castle Combe, with a population of around three hundred and fifty, is often called ‘the prettiest village in England‘. Situated in a conservation area on the southernmost edge of the Cotswolds and just twelve miles from Bath, this hidden gem has been welcoming visitors for at least a century.
Ta Prohm Temple, Cambodia
Ta Prohm is the modern name of a temple at Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th and early 13th centuries and originally called Rajavihara.