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A rare phenomenon which appeared on a frozen lake in Canada has been captured by landscape photographer Emmanuel Coupe. Coupe explained that seeing a frozen lake this spectacular is rare as they are usually covered in a thick blanket of snow. In this area, however, there is little precipitation which allowed for stunning views of the frozen surface and beneath.Photo: Emmanuel Coupe

BROADSANDS BEACH, Ilfracombe, Devon, [ENGLAND] #wildbeach. Owned by Watermouth Valley Camping this crescent-shaped lagoon is not to be confused with Broadsands in Torbay. With caves and a rugged headland covered in lush vegetation this beach wouldn't look out of place in the Indian ocean. Access is by a dirt path and steep steps. In spring the cliffs are awash with wild grasses and garlic, but the beach is best in summer for maximum sunshine as it's north-facing. [© Neville Stanikk]

Glencoe in the Highlands of Scotland is of volcanic origins. It lies in the north of Argyll, close to the border with Lochaber. The village of Glencoe lies at the north-west end of the glen.

Light Of God: Psalm 59:16 But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love; for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble.

Madagascar, Baobab trees Baobab trees only have leaves about 2-3 months out of the year, the rest of the time they store water inside their trunk. These beautiful African trees live for hundreds of years.

St Kilda, Scotland It's last inhabitants may have left back in the Thirties, but the spectacular archipelago of St Kilda, the remotest part of the British Isles, is worth a visit if you can get there. It's not easy to get to the World Heritage Site, and you can only camp there, so contact National Trust for Scotland for details.

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