The only solution: Go see these sights with your own eyes.More
Perhaps Dr. Seuss spotted one of these trees as he created his illustrations, because they look surprisingly cartoonish and similar to the trees in his work. Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California is filled with the trees, which live for about 150 years.
This surreal salt flat is the world's largest, with 4,500 square miles of land, salt mounds and the occasional wild ostrich spotting. Found in southwestern Bolivia, the reflective Salar is known for causing optical illusions that make tiles of salt seem endless and the sky seem underfoot.