No wonder that traveling in one of the best forms of recreation – even looking at these pictures takes your mind to far away places… Here are most beautiful locations from around the world.
These images are gruesome and brutal, but they have to be shown because of their important message – they raise awareness of the often unseen casualties of deforestation around the world. The slogan on these ads, “When the wood go, wildlife goes” drives home the point made by these macabre images – when you cut down habitats, you might as well kill the animals that live there as well.
Geysers are found in active volcanic areas or land that is prone to earthquakes. Thermal or hot springs are also a feature, as are boiling mud pools, often appreciated for their medicinal qualities. Here is some of most stunning Icelandic geysers.
System of the rice terraces demonstrates extraordinary harmony between people and their environment, both visually and ecologically, based on exceptional and long-standing social and religious structures.
Slovenian photographer Marko Korošec, who specializes in photographing weather phenomenon took these pictures after 10 days of strong Bora wind, snow and freezing fog soaring over Slovenia’s Mount Javornik.
Now that the annual National Geographic Photo Contest has concluded and the 2013 winners have been announced, we can finally take a look at some of the best photographs in the world taken this year.