50 Photos of the Day by National Geographic vol. 2

As we know National Geographic stands for quality photography and that’s why we’re all looking forward this new showcase. It’s gonna be again breathtaking as you’re already used to .). You’ll find tons of animal and nature photos plus something extra. Drop us a comment, we would LOVE to know which one is your personal fav. Enjoy!

German Shorthaired Pointer by Chris McKay

German Shorthaired Pointer

Pig, Malawi by Tara McKay

Pig, Malawi

Japanese Macaques, Nagano by Patrick Shyu

Japanese Macaques, Nagano

Chikuminuk Lake, Alaska by Michael Melford

Chikuminuk Lake, Alaska

Street Scene, Kolkata by Randy Olson

Street Scene, Kolkata

Spadefish, Bonin Islands by Brian Skerry

Spadefish, Bonin Islands

Whooper Swans, Hokkaido by Stefano Unterthiner

Whooper Swans, Hokkaido

Ornate Day Gecko, Mauritius by Mark W. Moffett

Ornate Day Gecko, Mauritius

Vietnamese Potbellied Pig, Minnesota by Vincent J. Musi

Vietnamese Potbellied Pig, Minnesota

Machu Picchu by Robert Clark

Machu Picchu

Polar Bear and Cub, Svalbard by Philip Dien

Polar Bear and Cub, Svalbard

Nyiragongo Lava, Congo by Carsten Peter

Nyiragongo Lava, Congo

Lightning, Arizona by Richard T. Cole

Lightning, Arizona

Arches National Park by Bret Webster

Arches National Park

Lago di Olginate, Italy by Stefano Anghileri

Lago di Olginate, Italy

Oxpecker and Zebra, South Africa by Magnus J. K. Elmgren

Oxpecker and Zebra, South Africa

Gold Miner, Mozambique by Robin Hammond

Gold Miner, Mozambique

Intersection, Seoul by Sungjin Kim

Intersection, Seoul

Camel Thorn Trees, Namibia by Frans Lanting

Camel Thorn Trees, Namibia

Aurora Borealis, Iceland by Olgeir Andresson

Aurora Borealis, Iceland

Eiffel Tower by Rick Wianecki

Eiffel Tower

Inishowen, Ireland by Dave Johnston

Inishowen, Ireland

Situ Gunung, Indonesia by Situ Gunung

Situ Gunung, Indonesia

Tiger, Chiang Mai by Patrice Carlton

Tiger, Chiang Mai

Leopard, South Africa by Madison Hall

Leopard, South Africa

Autumn Woods, Germany by Jonathan Manshack

Autumn Woods, Germany

Sunrise Skyline, Bagan by Cynthia Dial

Sunrise Skyline, Bagan

Highland Cattle, Scotland by Patrick Kelley

Highland Cattle, Scotland

Horses, Wales by Marian Ubrankovic

Horses, Wales

Wildebeest, Serengeti by Peter Mortifee

Wildebeest, Serengeti

Lions, Kenya by Mrs. Wai Chun Turnbull

Lions, Kenya

Polar Bear With Whale Bone by Florian Schulz

Polar Bear With Whale Bone

Elephants, Kenya by Danielle Mussman

Elephants, Kenya

Giraffe, Mexico by Oscar Medina

Giraffe, Mexico

Zebras, Tanzania by Erica Scobie

Zebras, Tanzania

Leaping Langur, India by Stefano Unterthiner

Leaping Langur, India

Cheetah, South Africa by Frank Trimbos

Cheetah, South Africa

Koala, Australia by Gary Brown

Koala, Australia

Kermode Bear in Tree, British Columbia by Paul Nicklen

Kermode Bear in Tree, British Columbia

Orphan Elephants, Kenya by Michael Nichols

Orphan Elephants, Kenya

Morning Fog, Adirondacks by Michael Melford

Morning Fog, Adirondacks

Babysitting Langurs, India by Stefano Unterthiner

Babysitting Langurs, India

Yellow Birch, Adirondacks by Michael Melford

Yellow Birch, Adirondacks

Bandarban, Bangladesh by M Yousuf Tushar

Bandarban, Bangladesh

Horses, Iceland by Marketa Kalvachova

Horses, Iceland

Stargazer, Lake Malawi by Chris Cannucciari

Stargazer, Lake Malawi

Iguazu Falls by Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

Elephants, Uganda by Joel Sartore

Elephants, Uganda

Buffalo Race, India by AchintyaGuchhait Guchhait

Buffalo Race, India

Vermilion Cliffs, Arizona by Richard Barnes

Vermilion Cliffs, Arizona

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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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