A formal penal island used by the Russians, Aniva Rock was once sought after by both the Russia and Japan. This now Russian controlled territory sits uninhabited in the seas between Japan and the eastern coast of Russia.
Kjeungskjaer sits on a rock off the Norwegian coast, just to the northwest of the small town of Uthaug. Accessible only by boat, Kjeungskjaer is one of the loveliest, and loneliest, lighthouses in Norway.
The power of nature: 35 amazingly unique mountain and rock formations