Each photo is a masterpiece.
National Geographic is famous for its emotional and colourful images that inspire and amaze everyone, encouraging to create and to create beauty around them.
Share with you the best moments that have captured the skilled photographers of National Geographic.
1. The largest salt flat in the world
The Uyuni salt flats, which is located in the South of the desert plains of the Altiplano in Bolivia, is the largest dried salt lake in the world.
2. Mine Is “Fantastic Pit”
Opened in late 1960-ies of the cave called the “Fantastic pit” is the deepest natural shaft in the United States.
3. The moai statues on Easter island
Easter island has a rich history but is most famous for its moai statues that date back to the XII–XV centuries. Them on the island around 1,000, and the highest reaches more than 9 meters in height and weighs about 90 tons.
4. Market crocodile skin
The process of manufacture of accessories made of crocodile leather on the market in Florida, where the thriving trade in alligators.
5. The Loch ness monster or an elephant?
No, it’s not the Loch ness monster, but only the tip of the nose of an elephant who wanders across the river.
6. Amazon with a pet
Aihua from the indigenous population of the Eastern Brazilian Amazon with her pet monkey.
The tribe likes to keep wild animals as Pets, but seems to have a special love for monkeys, and many women tame small monkeys Tomarinsky and often wear them on their heads.
7. Crocodile named Boy
Locals call it Nino, which in Spanish means “boy”. He’s only 8 or 9 feet in length and definitely not as scary as it looks.
8. The voice of the people
This young 16-year-old girl Takaiya Blaney of British Columbia, singer, writer, drummer and voice of his people, who fights for peace, the rights of indigenous villages and the independence of women.
9. The quiet expanse of the Italian lakes
The sparkling waters of lake Como, Italy.
10. The hunter with their guide
Siorapaluk is one of the northernmost settlements on the planet. Several families inhabited the village is facing a serious decline in the number of residents.
Photo hunter from Qaanaaq, surrounded by dogs.
11. A factory for leather tanning
One of the oldest factories on leather in the world is located in Fes, Morocco. Workflow is virtually unchanged since the middle Ages.
12. Marine iguanas
Galapagos marine iguanas live on the algae of cold waters of the ocean, and the difference between life and death a few degrees of temperature. The rising sea temperatures due to climate change has a detrimental effect on populations of marine iguanas. No seaweed — no iguanas.
13. Blessing chimpanzees
Jane Goodall and Joe Joe, a chimpanzee in the Brazzaville zoo, Republic of Congo, 1990.
14. Muslim women take a selfie
Group of women posing in the center of Amman, known as “al-Balad”, one of the oldest districts of the capital of Jordan.
15. A school of fish moving along the reef Tubbataha
The coral reef Tubbataha is the heart of the Philippines, one of the richest reefs in the world. Isolation and dedicated employees make it one of the best protected reefs on Earth. Such an almost pristine ocean wilderness.
16. The metro in North Korea
Desert North Korean underground, a mandatory attribute which is the monument of the leader.
17. All roads lead to Rome
Rome is a collision of grandiose architectural buildings, which breathe the centuries of history, with an incredible speed of modern life.
18. The bright colors of Indian villages
Blue alley in an Indian village where men paint their homes in colors of the rainbow, and women in saris look no worse than the models on the fashion show.
19. Sunrise over the Hindu Kush
The Hindu Kush is one of the greatest mountain systems in the world, a kind of huge house where neighbors can visit each other’s homes until the summer.
20. The Greenland dog
The Greenland dogs, which hunters and anglers in North America are used for dog sledding. So how to contain these animals is quite expensive, the locals hire them at certain short periods of time. Unfortunately, the lives of many dogs ends tragically: often hunters kill old animals.
21. Girl with a baby Alpaca
14-year-old Daniel holding a baby Alpaca, which is responsible together with his brother. In the photo — clay house in which they live.
22. Amazing views from the cliffs to Wadawu
Amazing views from the cliffs to Wadawu which name from the Algonquian language Arapaho means “have given birth to the earth.”
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