America's most expensive beach-hut Tiny wooden property on sale for $2.5million but at least it has a nice view Red beach property comes with 20 acres of Hawaiian land The tiny, 484 square foot property is said to be a 'slice of paradise' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:17 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:45 GMT, 7 January 2013 A cosy red wooden hut nestled in the middle of the Hawaiian countryside is on sale for an eye-watering $2.5million. The property is described a 'slice of paradise' with vistas onto the pacific and the Laupahoehoe countryside. At only 484 square feet, the dimensions may be a little cosy, but the price tag may be helped by the 20-acres of lush Hawaiian countryside that come with it
Shepherd's delight: Rainbow coloured 'mother-of-pearl' clouds shimmering in the night sky over Scotland Unusual formation spotted over the Outer Hebrides just before sunriseMethane reacts with ozone in the atmosphere to create the dazzling display | UPDATED: 10:13 GMT, 17 December 2012 These breathtaking images show an extremely rare, multi-coloured cloud hovering over a Scottish island at night. The dazzling sight appeared over the island of Scalpay, in the Outer Hebrides, just before sunrise on December 9. Amateur photographer Jez Wheeler was lucky enough to be in the right place to capture the perfect shots of the cloud, known as a 'mother-of-pearl' or Nacreous cloud
Inside the glacier-cave: Amazing underground chamber with giant ice slides that never melt 140 metre deep cave is beneath the Rocky MountainsCrystal clear ice makes explorers feel they are flying, while unique acoustics make it almost impossible to converse | UPDATED: 14:09 GMT, 10 December 2012 These are the stunning images which capture the breathtaking beauty of a new world discovered in an ice chasm beneath the Rocky Mountains. The cave, called Booming Ice Chasm, was named for it's incredible acoustics – as falling rocks crash and 'boom' when they tumble down the 140 metre deep cave. The crystal clear ice is several meters thick – and explorers say navigating across it makes them feel like they are flying.
The magic of Madagascar: Staggering landscapes and breathtaking natural beauty in the world's most unique ecosystem | UPDATED: 18:37 GMT, 5 December 2012 This breathtaking collection of photographs documents the staggering natural beauty and scenery of the island of Madagascar home to a unique collection of animals found nowhere else in the world. Deciated photographer Paolo Torchio, 51, spent over a month travelling through the Western region of the island just off the coast of Africa to capture the stunning shots.
The paintings which are full of life: Incredible body art transforms people into living creatures and moving landscapesGerman artist Gesine Marwedel, 25, creates amazing lifelike paintings of animals and scenery on people | UPDATED: 16:12 GMT, 2 December 2012 Artist Gesine Marwedel's paintings are full of life – quite literally. The German creates her stunning images not on a traditional blank canvas but on the bodies of people, as these breathtaking pictures reveal. Using her subjects' limbs to create angles for her intricate work, she transforms them into moving masterpieces that represent landscapes and animals
Call me Sandy: The moment a 4 ton elephant shakes the dust of his back during a stroll through the Kalahari Desert | UPDATED: 12:38 GMT, 29 November 2012 Breathtaking photographs capturing animals in their natural habitat are among the top picks from the editors from National Geographic magazine as part of their annual photo contest. The favorites among the thousands of submissions so far include stunning shots of sea creatures, a touching photograph of a mother bear with her young and an elephant charging through the Kalahari Desert.
Where have all the rats gone Photos capture Stockholm's beautiful subway system after its makeover by artists The 110 kilometre (68.3 miles) subway is the world's longest art exhibition featuring work by more than 150 artistsAround 90 of the Swedish city's 100 stations feature art works, including sculptures, mosaics and installations | UPDATED: 20:48 GMT, 29 November 2012 Travelling on a city's underground system is never expected to be an exciting experience – rather a convenient way of getting from A to B. But this could not be farther from the truth in the Swedish capital Stockholm, where artists have transformed the city's subway into a gigantic, kaleidoscopic art exhibition. Around 90 of the city's 100 subway stations have been given a dazzling makeover by over 150 artists, who have been let loose over the last 55 years.