Colour is the name of the game this week*, and today's new Natural Monuments cards feature some of the worlds most vibrant places.
Take, for example, the Fly Geyser, which has been constantly spurting hot water since the 1960s when the seal on an abandoned geothermal well broke (which the energy company responsible did not attempt to remedy, apparently). The water contains thermophilic algae, which is what's turned the rock the otherworldly red colour that you see on the front of our card.
And marvel at China's Zhangye Danxia Landforms! Different boldly-coloured rocks formed underground over centuries, then tectonic activity pushed them up above the surface and tipped them over to give them their magnificent diagonal stripe look. As someone who builds up the courage to play (and SLAY at) Dance Dance Revolution after a couple of drinks, I can relate the anything that reaches the best version of itself when it's a little sideways.
* I mean, it's not. The game is still Cards, the Universe and Everything.