Let's turn this one over to the talented photographers of Reddit who've found ways to showcase some of Earth's more underrated wonders.
Old life gives way to new life practically everywhere you look in nature, but that doesn't make it any less awe-inspiring.
I love the juxtaposition between the smooth sand, the crashing waves and, of course, the ominous dark clouds rolling in.
The addition of car lights streaking through the frame gives this pic of the U.S. Capitol an almost cyberpunk feel.
Spelunking freaks me out, but I can still appreciate this pic of a massive underground cave complex in France.
Macro photography might take a pic of the sun itself, while a more micro image such as this shows a fascinating light pattern.
I'm glad this photo was captioned, because otherwise I might have never figured out what it's actually showing.
This jaw-dropping photo shows a solitary swing set against a background of hazy, dreamy colors.
Niagara Falls is truly one of the most incredible sights in the world, and this angle shows off Horseshoe Falls in all its glory.
The middle portion of this photo — below the clouds but above the hills — is breaking my brain a bit. It could be land, water, or sky.
The sky often shows us pink hues at dawn and sunset, but rarely is it so pink that it colors the ground below.
Don't ask me why and don't ask me how, but somehow this tree is eking out an existence as it clings to another tree.
The effect here is uncanny. If you squint your eyes a little, it even looks like the "planet" has a textured surface.
I'll never tire of looking out at the clouds anytime I'm on a plane, and this beautifully composed photo really demonstrates how beautiful it can be.
The cloud would be cool enough on its own, but it's truly amazing how the sun is illuminating the top plume. It looks almost like a volcano.
The ingredients for this pic — a field full of flowers and two dogs — might not seem like much, but somehow it all comes together beautifully.
Giant sequoias live up to their name, as they truly are massive. It isn't until you see a human for scale that it becomes apparent, though.
The eerie glow of the Northern Lights would be enough to make this photo spectacular, but the ruined plane in the foreground really adds something else.
I feel like I could stare into this hawk's eye for hours. It almost looks to have a papery texture.
This is a great photo, but it looks like the photographer should maybe get inside if lightning is striking this close.
I love any photo that shows the same scene during different times of day. Turns out the London Eye looks stunning 24/7.