Tiger Photo by Paul Hayes -- National Geographic Your Shot #NatGeoPhotoCuration

Photograph by Paul Hayes Tiger A female sumatran tiger approaches through the bamboo. This is Puna, and was shot as part of a photography day at the wonderful Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent 0 773 26 1

Green Gecko Photo by Tony Fernandez -- National Geographic Your Shot

Green Gecko Photo by Tony Fernandez -- National Geographic Your Shot Me- I love the Madagascar Day Gecko a lot, such a beautiful gecko species!

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Les 20 plus belles photos de 2015 de National Geographic

African Wild dog- National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Wild dogs are one of the rarest of sightings on any African safari. To up my odds I hooked up with…”

Photo by // Wild dogs are one of the rarest of sightings on any African safari. So to up my odds I hooked up with in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia.

Sea Wolf Photo Shot In B.C. Earns National Geographic Award, photo taken by Ian McAllister of Pacific Wild. He snapped photo last spring while studying spawning herring in Bella Bella. Stunning Photo!!

Sea Wolf Photo Shot In British Columbia, Canada, Earns National Geographic Award, photo taken by Ian McAllister of Pacific Wild. He snapped photo last spring while studying spawning herring in Bella Bella.

Tiger Photo by Paul Hayes – National Geographic Your Shot

Tiger Photo by Paul Hayes – National Geographic Your Shot - Tap the link to see the newly released survival and traveling gear for all types of travelers!

National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Photo @ladzinski / If you’re a #Giraffe, a drink from the watering hole is a vulnerable time. The…”

National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Photo @ladzinski / If you’re a #Giraffe, a drink from the watering hole is a vulnerable time. The…”

It is in the Small Things - Ajar-Setiadi -- © Copyright 2014 Ufunk.net - All rights reserved. // Mentions légales

27 superbes images issues du National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2015 (image)

27 superbes images issues du National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2015 (© Ajar Setiadi) - very sweet

Underwater photography has a fairly long history. It dates back to 1926 when the first underwater color photograph was taken by a National Geographic photographer. Back than due to limited technical equipment photographers used magnesium powder as an explosive on the surface of the water to illuminate the sea down to 15 feet (4,6 meters).

TOP 10 Amazing Underwater Shots

Wild, Alaskan, brown bear, Bear Creek, Lake Aleknagik, Alaska (2012 National Geographic Photography Contest)

URSUS ARCTOS HORRIBILIS - This photo of a wild, Alaskan, brown bear digging on a game trail was taken with a home made motion controlled triggering device hooked up to my DSLR. (Photo and caption by Jason Ching/National Geographic Photo Contest)#

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