The work of talented photographers.
Monthly popular magazine National Geographic published a selection of the best photos taken in various corners of our planet. Hundreds of photographers waiting the right moment and do some real stunning images.
National Geographic offers a look at the best shots for the last month.
Large and small Flamingo resting in the shallow water of a small pond in Tanzania. Large flamingos higher and more pale in color, while the lesser flamingos have shorter legs, but a darker color.
The launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 to the International space station under the Commercial Resupply Service mission 15.
Brown bear missed the catch at Brooks falls in Alaska. In better days, the bear may catch and eat up to 30 fish a day.
The unusual blue variety alcoholavoid snake, which took a clever position. “This is a bright snake immediately caught my attention, and I like how it contrasts with the lush vegetation in the background” – said the editor of photos Shot Kristen Maknikolas.
A family admires the view of the skyline of Lower Manhattan on the 80th floor of the world famous Empire state building which was the tallest building in the world until 1970.
Photographer Victor Troyanovo managed to capture the jump of a skier coming down the mountain range of Rila in Bulgaria.
The contours of two Arabian red foxes silhouetted against the city lights. The animals are most active at night, searching for small rodents, birds.
Rice fields form a complex and colorful patterns in Yunnan province, China. The colors are formed because of algae growing in stagnant water.
Toucan trying to eat the camera lens. The diet of this bird mainly consists of fruit. A long beak allows it to get more fruit, while remaining in one place.
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