Лучшие карты 2016 года по версии «Нэшнл Джеографик»

Лучшие карты 2016 года по версии «Нэшнл Джеографик»

Bamyan, Afghanistan

Bamyan, Afghanistan

Blindeyed Leopard Photo by Wayne Wetherbee -- National Geographic Your Shot

Blindeyed Leopard Photo by Wayne Wetherbee -- National Geographic Your Shot

"Hallo Brown Bear" by Jess Bray (Australia) | While guiding small group photo tours for Chris Bray Photog. we spent the day ashore in HALLO BAY, KATMAI NAT'L PARK/PRESERVE, ALASKA. Watching bears catch salmon so close they splash you is the most exhilarating photog. exper. in my life. We spent a couple of hrs watching this guy fish for salmon; the beautiful foggy backdrop was a great contrasting background/even lighting.

"Hallo Brown Bear" by Jess Bray (Australia) | While guiding small group photo tours for Chris Bray Photog. we spent the day ashore in HALLO BAY, KATMAI NAT'L PARK/PRESERVE, ALASKA. Watching bears catch salmon so close they splash you is the most exhilarating photog. exper. in my life. We spent a couple of hrs watching this guy fish for salmon; the beautiful foggy backdrop was a great contrasting background/even lighting.

The flora of Socotra Island is on display in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.

The flora of Socotra Island is on display in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.

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You think there is any truth to this? www.disclose.tv - http://dtv.to/VaCeff

The Mysterious Marree Man Of Outback Australia: Largest Geoglyph In The World

The Mysterious Marree Man Of Outback Australia: Largest Geoglyph In The World

Boy bitten by a viper, receives treatment at the Central Research Institute in Kasauli (Indian Himalayas). The Instiut was engaged in manufacturing antidotes for both military and civilian use. On the left in the picture is the boy's father with a dead snake, which he had brought for identification. The picture was published in the October issue of National Geographic for 1943.

Boy bitten by a viper, receives treatment at the Central Research Institute in Kasauli (Indian Himalayas). The Instiut was engaged in manufacturing antidotes for both military and civilian use. On the left in the picture is the boy's father with a dead snake, which he had brought for identification. The picture was published in the October issue of National Geographic for 1943.

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: The Gas Menagerie (Colorized): 1927

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: The Gas Menagerie (Colorized): 1927

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

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