Για ακόμα μια φορά, το National Geographic θα μας εντυπωσιάσει.
Οι Φωτογραφίες του στα social-media μαγεύουν τους εκατομ. ανα τον πλανήτη θαυμαστές του.
Εμείς συγκεντρώσαμε τις πιο εντυπωσιακές και σας τις παρουσιάζουμε
Εσάς; Ποια σας αρέσει περισσότερο;
Photo by @adamfergusonphoto | Dataka Baibuke, age 18, unloads seaweed grown and harvested near Beniamina Island in the Solomon Islands, June, 2018. Dataka lives in a small community of seaweed farmers who are threatened by rising seas. The surrounding seas have risen about 7 to 10 millimeters per year since 1993, roughly three times today’s global average — and what scientists expect across much of the Pacific by the second half of this century. @adamfergusonphoto #adamfergusonphoto #globalwarming #solomonislands #risingseas #conservation
Photo by @katieorlinsky on assignment for @natgeo. The "Kingdom of Permafrost" museum, a tourist attraction that includes walking through permafrost tunnels decorated with psychedelic lights and ice sculptures, is dug into the side of a hill on the outskirts of Yakutsk, Siberia. Yakutsk is one of the only cities in the world built entirely on permafrost, a layer of frozen soil that spans the global North and up until recently remained completely frozen all year round. As permafrost thaws cities like Yakutsk are already facing challenges, and in years to come the rest of the world will see the effects as it releases methane and massive amounts of carbon into the atmosphere.
Photo by @irablockphoto // A Macaque monkey is very happy with a sandwich stolen from an unsuspecting tourist at a Buddhist Temple in southern Thailand. These “crab eating macaques“ or Macaca fascicularis are plentiful in Southeast Asia and are skilled at stealing food from tourists. #followme @irablockphoto to see more photos – #macaque #monkey #sandwich #thailand #temple #happy #hungry
Photo by @DavidDoubilet / Sunset casts a golden shadow across a group of black tip sharks patrolling the shallow corals of Fakarava's South Pass in French Polynesia. The South Pass, one of two openings into the lagoon, is a true boulevard of predators inhabited by hundreds of gray reef sharks in the depths and squadrons of black tip sharks that patrol the shallows. The sharks ride the changing tidal currents in the pass by day and at night disperse to aggressively compete and explore the coral reefs for a fish meal. This is one of the most exhilarating places to dive with predators on the planet, day or night in a garden of coral. It is a place to observe sharks and to be observed by them and to be cautious because you are in their world strictly on their terms. But equally important is this: Fakarava is a designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserve within the Tumamotus Island Archipelago. // On assignment with @natgeo for Coral Kingdoms // #Ocean #Sharks #Sunset #sharkFest #Beauty #Coral #BestPlaceToDive #Instagood #Gratitude #ILoveSharks for #MoreOcean follow @DavidDoubilet
Photo by @renan_ozturk // We met Patience at a 9,000 ft smoldering campground fire above Bishop CA well past her bedtime. “Tell me a story…tell me another story…scary ones” @taylorfreesolo entertained her with visions of storms and frostbite from mis-adventures in Iceland. The next morning we chatted about deep grown up things with her parents as she stalked @baloointhewild (and he stalked her) around the surrounding meadow and mountain stream. I didn’t speak to her much but snapped a parting shot underneath the aspens. Out of the 15 undirected silly faces this is the one shot of her curious mischievous green eyes in focus. #newfriendsfromtheroad #greeneyedgirl #humanity with @amelygreeven @daddymadethat