Posts tagged ‘natural’

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Amazing Nature Photography by Mark Laita

Mark Laita is an award-winning photographer with studios in LA and New York. He has spent most of his career exploring and documenting elements of nature and American cultures and his work has been exhibited in galleries inn the United States and Europe. His distinctive still life photography has been used in advertising for a …

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Various Nature Landscapes

Dear Cruziners! If you like nature and photography, you seriously shouldn’t miss today’s collection. As you may see, our team wasn’t lazy and prepared more than 80 quality nature landscape photos. Of course, we made sure to make it interesting … you’ll find photos basically from all around the World – China, Peru, Scotland, France, …

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50 Photos of the Day by National Geographic vol. 3

Finally it’s here again .. another showcase of cool National Geographic photos of the day. As you’re already used to, we’ll be presenting quality and quality only … pure medicine for your eyes .). I have to say this collection is amazing, full of cool animal photos, different people from all around the World, untouched …

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(Really) Cute Animals

And here we go .. another photography showcase .). This time we’ll be presenting a collection of cute animals. It’s not gonna be about pets only .. you’ll be able to see racoons, chimps, deers, goats and much more … just about everything we found that was cute in a way .). Enjoy!

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National Geographic Photo Contest 2011

We all love National Geographic and I am always excited when presenting new photography collection from this magazine. Photos from NG are special … probably the best out there you may find. Anyway, this time it’s about NG’s 2011 photography contest .. so again, do not expect nothing else than pure quality and of course …

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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 …

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Bonsai

Bonsai – A Garden on the Desk Top

Everyone of us wishes sometimes to be a little closer to nature and feel more intensively the tight connection with its mightiness, immensity, and beauty. We can get vitality, inspiration, and pacification from it. Believe it or not, but even living in the high-tech and urbanized cities, we still can have a piece of nature …

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Portraits of the Lost World – Table Mountains of Venezuela

Needless to say, that the Nature is the greatest and the most genius artist ever known at the planet Earth. Throughout millions of years Nature has been created its masterpieces using Earth surface as the canvas and winds, water, and sun lights as the instruments. Grand mountains, eroded in a fancy way, deep canyons, unreachable …

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Canyons and Valleys – Natural Monuments Created by Rivers

Glorified by many Hollywood films, American Grand Canyon, located in Arizona, is, perhaps, one and the only canyon with the world fame and popularity. However, there are many and many other canyons in the word, each being characterized with the distinct authentic look and surrounded by multiple legends and true stories. Like with other natural …

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Majestic Arctic and Antarctica: Introducing the Ice Kingdom

Unlike Arctic region, which consists of the Arctic Ocean mainly and some parts of the northern countries, Antarctica is a separate continent, magnificent and mysterious, which keeps lots of its secrets under a mile-thick layer of ice covering 98% of its area. Regions near the South and North Poles are sometimes called desert lands, but …

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