Photograph taken by @christianziegler These are red-eyed tree frog embryos - just 4-days old - they sit outside the water, glued to vegetation overhanging a pond. Unlike other tadpoles, they are ready to emerge immediately when danger is coming, often in form of a snake or a wasp. The premature tadp
photo by @joelsartore | A bog #turtle at @ZooAtl. #Follow me to meet more members of the #PhotoArk. #nikonambassador #photooftheday
Photo @ladzinski / Stepping foot into the #GiantForest of #sequoianationalpark, you immediately feel small. Sequoia trees are among the tallest and oldest living trees on earth, some living in excess of 3,000 years. You don't get this old without being resilient. Sequoia's are a very thirsty tree so
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Photo by Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo
Corinne, 24, is one of the several hundred millennial employees living and working in the shops, restaurants, campgrounds, and hotels that service the tourists of Yosemite National Park. But, no one cares to discuss their work... they are really here as an excuse
Photo by @dominicbracco Victoria Acosta, a seamstress who makes car seats and air bags, cleans her house while towels dry on a line. Until the violence subsided, outward displays of money, such as gaily painted walls, were rare as residents tried to avoid attracting the attention of criminals. The s
The sun bear, native to Southeast Asia, is struggling to survive. Can the animal be saved? on.natgeo.com/1Uk7mtI
Photo by @daviddoubilet A vast zen garden of eels rises from the soft sands of Dumaguete Philippines. These guys are called "Garden eels" and they live in burrows in the sea floor, they are social creatures that prefer large groups (colonies) that resemble large gardens. These gentle creatures wav
Photograph taken by @christianziegler This amazingly colorful bug has warning colors and is best avoided because it is poisonous. Here an adult is sitting on a spectacular maracuya (Passiflora edulis) flower. When they are young, the bugs feed on the poisonous sap of the maracuya plant, which render
Photo by @BrianSkerry.
A large Tiger Shark swims over a coral reef in the Bahamas. Considered the most dangerous shark species in tropical waters, researchers are now learning about behaviors that until recently remained a mystery. Despite being large predators, life in the ocean is difficult and t
Photograph by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto - Odd jobs, river washing in Japan: to ensure that the waters run crystal clear in the streambed at Kenrokuen Garden, "river washers" labor from morning till dusk, sweeping algae from the stones. #japanesegardens #kenrokuen #japan @thephotosociety @nat
Photo by @martinschoeller
Martin: “Where are you from Della?”
M: "How long have you been in LA?"
D: "Well, I was living here for seven years and then I left in 2015 and then I came back."
M: "What brought you back?"
D: "Well, I lost my home there and I came back here. But I los
Could mealworms help reduce the world's non-biodegradable waste?
iPhone photo by @mattmoyerphoto // The Rio Grande carves its way along its ancient path through the Rio Grande Gorge near Taos, New Mexico. @amytoensing and a friend enjoy the view after a good hike. Check out my feed @mattmoyerphoto for more photos from this beautiful part of the country. #bigsky
Photo by @jimmy_chin
Find the heli for scale….Thankful everyday for the work I get to do and the people I get to do it with….some of the most incredible pilots, athletes and safety teams out there. Here’s moment setting up for one of the more challenging shots of the year. #onlocation #canadianrocki
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Bright lights, tiny village. ~
Day to day life for the Kulunge has always been structured through an animistic mythological tradition called the 'mundhum.' A kind of oral history, the mundhum is a
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Photograph taken by @christianziegler A Keel-billed Toucan is about to feed it's chicks with a juicy cicada. Toucans often feed small animals, like large insects, little lizards or more commonly other chicks, to their young during the breeding season (May-July). During the rest of the year, they are
@robertclarkphoto Going for a stroll in the evening. A construction fence reflects the colors of a traffic light. The amount of development that has taken place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is hard to fathom. Only one restaurant was open in 1997 and now it boasts Michelin star restaurants. I have read
Photo by @GerdLudwig shot #onassignment for @natgeo. The Novy Svet Winery is a small, yet leading, sparkling-wine manufacturer in Crimea producing about 2 million bottles a year, ranging from sweet to brut. Founder Prince Lev Golitsyn constructed the tunnels below sea level, where the wine ages at t
The year 1971: People peer through a natural window in the castellated cliffs above the river in White Cliffs, Montana.
Flashback 128 years into photographic history as we bring you images from the NatGeo archives. See more at natgeofound.tumblr.com. @natgeocreative
Photo by Volkmar Wentzel #tbt
Photo by @amivitale. Join us tonight in Madrid for the opening of the Danube Revisited exhibition! We are eight photographers paying tribute to Inge Morath, following in her footsteps down the Danube River from start to finish. The gift of the Danube was liberating and ultimately about bringing us a
This tortoise lost her shell in a bushfire—but thanks to 3D printing, it was soon revived.
Photograph by paulnicklen for @natgeo // At 2am, the aurora dances across the night sky in Canada’s Yukon Territory. I wanted to capture the reflection as well so I waded out in the the cold water. As soon as I started shooting, I heard noises behind me in the bushes along the shoreline. I could
Photo by @james_balog. Retreating ice reveals the bedrock underfoot on British Columbia's Heakamie Glacier. Follow @james_balog for more. #climatechange #anthropocene #eis #glaciers #nature #britishcolumbia