40 National Geographic’s Photos a Breathtaking Collection
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Thomas J. Abercrombie has captured the true spirit of religion of Islam in this photograph where quarter million Muslims are seen in Haram Mosque.
Michael Melford has captured this trail of Goodnow Mountain, Yellow Birch showing a regeneration of Adirondack Park.
Jared Skye has captured cottonmouth to give us new explanations of cottonmouth.
Paul Wilkinson has seen this blacktip reef shark in shallow waters where smaller fish are trying to keep a distance from the giant.
5- Lion, Uganda
A tree-climbing lion stirs in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park by Joel Sartore
one of the most popular festivals in Jaipur and takes place at the famous Chaugan Stadium in March.
White pelicans are among the largest Mississippi flyway migrants. At an average weight of 16 pounds (7 kilograms), they rely on a nine-foot (three-meter) wingspan to enable flight at very high altitudes.
In Botswana, one of the largest zebra migrations on the continent takes place each year.
monarch butterflies travel to ancestral winter roosts in Mexico’s shrinking mountain fir forests.
10- Moray Eel
a moray eel slithers through the branches of a soft coral in the cool waters of Suruga Bay.
Lightning veins the Eyjafjallajökull volcano’s ash plume, which roiled air travel this spring.
Pioneering plants get a toehold above the tide line on Australia’s Fraser Island.
A subspecies on the Huon Peninsula adds white flowers to the base of its maypole for contrast and extra flair.
Snow geese in New Mexico’s Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
Big city, short game: Resident Charlie Bernhaut works on his stroke 34 stories above 63rd and Broadway
16- Butterfly Egg
Eggs of Julia heliconian butterfly are in safer lenses.
This reminiscence of what was once called Cleopatra.
18- Ocean Air Bubble
An air bubble ascending from the ocean floor contorts and twists into a semicircle as a wave breaks in the background.
Death is not the end of bravado for Mexican drug traffickers.
Idol worshiping for extremists but love for sufis, at Mithankot, women are sharing a mystical moment.
A 150 feet deep canyon carved by melt water.
A dust storm pounds through Zambia’s Liuwa National Park.
In the city that never sleeps a new awareness about energy means the Empire State Building.
24- Pacific Salmon
Six Pacific salmon species migrate back to Russia’s remote Kamchatka Peninsula to spawn,
Tusks of all lengths suggest a mix of ages among these walruses, part of Svalbard’s peak summer count of some 2,600. By the early 1900s ivory hunters had nearly wiped out Norway’s herds. Protected since 1952, the population is still recovering.Photograph by Paul Nicklen
A squadron of gentoo penguins wings through the waters of Drygalski Fjord.
27- Cave Buddha
At 116 feet (35 meters), the tallest Buddha in the caves peers out of a nine-story pagoda.
28- Badshahi Mosque
savor the majesty of the Badshahi Mosque.
29- Tea Plantation
A tea plantation bordering Kaziranga National Park.
“Mix two parts sugar white sand with one part crystal blue water,”
Waves of sand, firmed by an overnight rain, flow along the route of a fisherman pedaling his catch at dawn to trade it for supplies.
the wildest of the wild, a glacier-scoured terrain unmarred by roads, tugged at by wind, on the shoulder of the Continental Divide.
33- Wadi Hitan
dry expanse underwater, with whales hunting and diving.
“The road gods beckoned.”
Magnificent weather change in Lofoten Norway.
Capturing the magnificent Lion Gate Bridge through fog and mist.
Chicago’s Sears Tower backlit by multiple bolts of lightning.
Wood church in Greenland
39- Sand Dunes
Ribbons of dunes trap the rains.
Temple of Borobudur in Indonesia captured early morning.