Wednesday, September 3, 2014

BEST PHOTOS OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC IN JUNE 2013

Best photos июня 2013th of National Geographic magazine and National Geographic Russia.

Orda Cave

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
It is the world's largest underwater gypsum cave located in the Perm region of Russia.

Virginia deer, Arkansas

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
One of the most common species of deer in North America.Interestingly, in the 1920s the population of deer in Arkansas was only 200 goals.

Comoran day gecko

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
These geckos are diurnal, feed mainly on insects and nectar of flowers and their color changes depending on the temperature and lighting.

A flock of swifts over Iguazu Falls

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
Almost surreal picture.

Waves and icebergs, Iceland

National Geographic: Best pictures in June

North American scoop

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Bixby Creek Bridge, California

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
Bixby Creek Bridge - an engineering marvel. More than a million tourists and photographers from around the world stay here every year to enjoy the magnificent views

Lake five colors, China

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
Heaven and earth are reflected in the lake in five colors, fancifully colored mineral salts and water plants. The Chinese call this picture magic. "Nothing on earth can compare with Jiuzhaigou" - they say.

Moscow

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
View from Greater Moscow River bridge.

Fisherman in Indonesia

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Fireworks and demons in Catalonia

National Geographic: Best pictures in June

Wolverine, Kamchatka

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
Even through the thick layer of snow wolverine can smell prey. Vision in this predator is bad, but hearing and smell - are excellent.

Tentacles worm-sabellida, Hawaii

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
With a large increase in the photo is visible to a network of thin hair-worm sabellida. Hairs separated aqueous slurry into several streams that bring particles - including minerals and detritus for the protective "house" - right in the mouth of the animal. Bright colors warn predators that the worm can be poisonous.

Night sky, Patagonia

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Bamboo Forest, Japan

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Brown seagull, India

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
Last year, during a trip to the reservoir on the river Bhima, where they overwinter flamingos, the photographer noticed brown seagull gliding over the water. He pressed the button of the camera just as the happy moment when a seagull vytsepili of water fish.

Borodavchatka

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
On the Pacific reefs are very difficult to see borodavchatku - fish, meeting at which all forces should be avoided. If the poison of the spines on its back and will not kill you, unbearable pain is guaranteed.

Hveravetlir, Iceland

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
In Hveravetlire (which means "hot springs on the plain") in the XVIII century in a cave hidden among the legendary Irish fugitive from the law-Fyalla Eyvindur and his wife. Several winters are warmed at the source and stealing sheep to summer pastures.

Svalbard, Norway

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Svalbard ecosystem includes the sky, the sea and the coast. Small razorbills nest on ledges of rocks and dive for copepod crustaceans.Decomposed remains of birds and their droppings provide fertilizer for moss undergrowth where foxes ambush.

Parson Russell Terrier, United States

National Geographic: Best pictures in June
Parson Russell Terrier named Lulu splashed down into the pool at the American Phoenix (Arizona). To capture the moment when she grabs a toy thrown into the water, the photographer took ten attempts, ability to work under water and fantastic skill.

Fox, Wrangel Island

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Young foxes autumn begin to develop the territory and less likely to return to the burrow where they were born and spent the first three months of life. .yu. 

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