Saturday, April 28, 2012

Beautiful photos from National Geographic – II

11. By Brian Skerry
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Soft corals, also known as sea pens, and blue cod in the shallow waters of New Zealand’s Reserve Long Sound. If you touch the soft coral, it will emit a green light and contract.
12. By June Jacobsen
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A beautiful day for a walk on the arctic tundra. It seems that the mountain on Svalbard create their own e climate, or at least influence the formation of clouds.
13. By Robinson McClellan
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Celebration of “Manhattan Solstice” – when the series of streets are in line with the setting sun. On this day, the island turns into a such…as if created for the worship of the sun.
14. By Joel Sartore
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Lion in a tree in the Ugandan National Park, Queen Elizabeth.
15. By Catalin Marin
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Every year in October, Dubai tightened fog due to high humidity and lower temperatures. In combination with a large number of high-rise buildings, it provides excellent opportunities for photography.
16. By Brian Skerry
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Translucent shrimp on anemones, reef Kingmena, 2007.
17. By Paul Nicklen
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Polar bear – Young males are fighting in the Svalbard Islands in the light of the low winter sun. Polar bears thrive here – about half of the 3,000 polar bears in the Barents Sea have been here.
18. By Anthony Crehan
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The view from the helicopter of the field of tulips in The Table Cape, the north-west coast of Tasmania on left of the field can be seen by visitors who came to the open day on the farm.
19. By Stefano Unterthiner
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After a downpour langurs hide from the streams of water. Thar Desert is generally very hot and a little moisture, and langurs – the only primates other than humans living in this tough climate.

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