The Best of National Geographic

I have to admit I am reading Nat Geo pretty much every month. The information and discoveries are brilliant and the photos are JUST magnificent. But that’s nothing new under the sun. Today we decided to put together a collection of photos from National Geographic. Although the article says .. the best .. it’s always kind of subjective when speaking of quality stuff NG delivers for years every single month. So, let’s reframe it … today, we’re featuring the first collection of quality NG photos … the first from many to come .). Enjoy!

Matterhorn – Photograph by Verena Popp-Hackner

Frog and Crocodile, South Africa- Photograph by Jonathan Blair

Lightning, Dubai – Photograph by Maxim Shatrov

Cotton Grass, Iceland – Photograph by Jennifer Jesse

Timber Wolves – Photograph by Jacqueline Crivello

Lemurs, Madagascar – Photograph by Stephen Alvarez

Leopard, South Africa – Photograph by Madison Hall

Volcano, Tanzania – Photograph by Olivier Grunewald

Photo by Jason Rydquist

Polar Bear Plunge – Photograph by Mathieu Belanger

Skyscrapers, Dubai – Photograph by Catalin Marin

Tulip Farm, Tasmania – Photograph by Anthony Crehan

Blue Pond, Hokkaido – Photograph by Kent Shiraishi

Tiger, Indonesia – Photograph by Steve Winter

Merced River, Yosemite National Park – Photograph by Michael Melford

Blue Maomao, New Zealand – Photograph by Brian Skerry

Southern Right Whale, New Zealand – Photograph by Brian Skerry

Harp Seal, Canada – Photograph by Brian Skerry

Ice Climbing in Banks Lake, Washington – Photograph by Ben Herndon

Backcountry Skiing Crystal Mountain, Washington – Photograph by Ian Coble

Paragliding Bazaruto Island, Mozambique – Photograph by Jody MacDonald

Climbing Near Squamish, British Columbia, Canada – Photograph by Paul Bride

Sunset Highlining Near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Photograph by Tim Kemple

Climbing the Arch of Bishekele, Ennedi Desert, Chad – Photograph by Jimmy Chin

Ice Climbing in Eidfjord, Norway – Photograph by Christian Pondella

Ring Road – Photograph by William Olson

Seljalandsfoss – Photograph by Amnon Eichelberg

Nßmafjall Crater – Photograph by Joshua Holko

Glacier Lagoon – Photograph by Joshua Holko

Barnafoss – Photograph by Snorri Gunnarsson

Oceanic Whitetip Shark, Bahamas – Photograph by Brian Skerry

Stratus Clouds, Greenland – Photograph by Bryan and Cherry Alexander

White Lions, South Africa – Photograph by Dave Elliott

Machu Picchu, Peru – Photograph by Claire Wroe

Blue-Tongued Lizard, Australia – Photograph by Kathy Parker

Camel Thorn Trees, Namibia – Photograph by Frans Lanting

BASE Jumping, Yosemite – Photograph by Lynsey Dyer

Spring Field – Photograph by Giuliano Mangani

Lago di Olginate, Italy – Photograph by Stefano Anghileri

Lightning, Arizona – Photograph by Richard T. Cole

Machu Picchu – Photograph by Robert Clark

Common Tern Chick – Photograph by Lisa Franceski

Buffalo, Indonesia – Photograph by Andrew Ang

Dhaka, Bangladesh – Photograph by Amy Helene Johansson

Little Owl, Spain – Photograph by Andres Lopez

MEMENTO MORI – Photo and caption by Yun-Fei Tou

Horse and sunset – Photo and caption by Efi First

Curve of philosophy – Photo and caption by cheng bn

Moremi Trio – Photo and caption by Ria Waugh

I’m coming ! – Photo and caption by Jean Frederic Speth

Jelly in the Sun – Photo and caption by Mike Veitch

Manatee Sunburst – Photo and caption by David Fleetham

Juvenile Night Heron – I Can Make It! – Photo and caption by ike austin

Bwindi Blackback – Photo and caption by ALISON MACPHERSON

Croc’s Jaws – Photo and caption by Carlos Suarez

Northern Flicker in flight – Photo and caption by Bernard Friel

At Pasture – Photo and caption by Olivia Klayman

Waterfall – Photo and caption by Yushan Sui

Aerial refuel – Photo and caption by Paolo Taranto

When mother nature and two humans connect – Photo and caption by Nathan Smith

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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.

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