If you need to flesh out your bucket list, here are 10 natural wonders that usually get left off lists of old faithfuls like the Grand Canyon and the Great Barrier Reef and, uh, Old Faithful. Some of these are less well-known because they’re remote and hard to get to, but others are right here in the U.S. — like the giant hot spring ringed with rainbow-colored algae.

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Other examples of nature being extravagant include the Mouth of Hell, a forest of limestone needles, a group of islands where all the plants look like something out of Dr. Seuss, and this:

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It’s hard to tell from that pic, but this is basically the Eye of Sauron. Sign me up.