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Camel Thorn Trees, Namibia
Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic
Tinted orange by the morning sun, a soaring dune is the backdrop for the hulks of camel thorn trees in Namib-Naukluft Park.
Oceanic Whitetip Shark, Bahamas
Photograph by Brian Skerry, National Geographic
Oceanic whitetip shark and diver in the Bahamas
(From the National Geographic book Ocean Soul by Brian Skerry)
Yellow Birch, Adirondacks
Photograph by Michael Melford, National Geographic
On the trail to Goodnow Mountain, a yellow birch appears to be ingesting a boulder left behind by a glacier. With its tenacious trees and rebounding wildlife,Adirondack Park is a miracle of regeneration. Committed advocates and legal protections written into New York’s state constitution offer hope that it will remain forever wild.
Photograph by Catalin Marin, Your Shot
Every year around the month of October, Dubai experiences heavy fog due to the still-high humidity and the falling temperatures. With all the new high-rise buildings (including the tallest in the world, Burj Khalifa) this provides a great photographic opportunity.
Cottonmouth, North Carolina
Photograph by Jared Skye, My Shot
While working as a field researcher for a biodiversity study on pine plantations in North Carolina, I found this Agkistrodon piscivorus in a drainage ditch. It's seen here displaying the classic defensive posture that gives it the common name "cottonmouth."
Swimmers, Lake Superior, Minnesota
Photograph by Nick Otto, My Shot
I love all the empty space around the swimming platform. It shows how the lake is both huge and peaceful. The figures of the people become very small, and what makes the shot is the person jumping from the platform and appearing especially tiny surrounded by all that water.—Catherine Karnow
Photo Tip: Don’t be afraid to have a lot of open space in your photos. Wide open space is as much an element as the objects and subjects in your photos.
Blacktip Reef Shark, Maldives
Photograph by Paul Wilkinson, Your Shot
Smaller fish keep their distance when a blacktip reef shark swims amongst them in shallow water in the Maldives.
Kung Fu Master, China
Photograph by Fritz Hoffmann, National Geographic
Buddhist monk and kung fu master Shi Dejian (above) and his disciples hauled bags of cement and roof tiles up steep mountain paths to build an isolated retreat (in background) away from the tourist crowds at the Shaolin Temple.
Autumn Woods, Germany
Photograph by Jonathan Manshack
This photo was taken during autumn in Hameln, Germany, which is the birthplace of the infamous Rattenfänger—or Pied Piper as we Americans know it. This shot is actually on top of the last few hills that soon sink into the state of Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony). This area is essentially lowland plains—hence the name Lower Saxony!
(This photo and caption were submitted to the 2011 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.)
Elephant Festival, India
Photograph by Marjorie Lang, My Shot
The Elephant Festival is one of the most popular festivals in Jaipur and takes place at the famous Chaugan Stadium in March. It begins with a beautiful procession of bedecked elephants, camels, horses, and folk dancers. The mahouts proudly embellish their elephants with vibrant colors, jhools (saddle cloth), and heavy jewelry.
Photograph by Dwayne Holmwood, My Shot
Beautiful frost at sunset in Alberta
source: National Geographic
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