The best photos of National Geographic in September 2014
Focus on the best Photographers September 2014 from the National Geographic magazine and National Geographic Russia.
The Holy Land
San Juan - an archipelago between the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Georgia and Vancouver Island and Seattle.
Deer in the Wildlife Refuge near Paris, France.
Grand Prismatic Spring
It is the largest source of Yellowstone Park, and also in other States, it is ranked third in the world in size. The source was first noticed by geologists, labor here in 1871. Source got its name because of the bright color. In it you can see the shades of blue, green, yellow, orange, gold, red and brown. source size of about 75 to 91 m, depth - 49 m, water emissions (temperature 71 ° C) - about 2000 liters per minute.
It's extremely fast, energetic predator that usually forms large flocks.
Walruses, Franz Josef Land
Walruses swim up to the ship expedition to Franz Josef Land near Hooker Island. In summer, when the sea ice melts, the walrus herd huddling on the coast. There is not enough food, and adults sometimes pressured young.
Fire in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.
The key to the survival of
In northern Afghanistan, at high altitude does not grow any culture. Survival here depends entirely on pets.
The stark beauty of
Conifers are hardy enough to withstand winter winds and snow at high altitudes in the western part of North America.
Chameleons change color depending on your mood, temperature, light and other stimuli.
Sky lanterns in Thailand
Paradise tailed flycatcher, Russia
Male paradise flycatcher immediately recognizable by the long bright tail, length and color of which in different individuals vary greatly.
Fishermen in Da Nang, Vietnam
A pair of striped catfish nestled in his burrow in the Bay of Bonn. Spawn, the female leaves the family, leaving him to the care of the male.
"Hare prefers to settle on the Taimyr Peninsula in the mountainous areas than justifies one of its names - the mountain hare. And when you live in the mountains, and on the Taimyr lyutom wind, it is not surprising that sometimes even the ears you have, "blows away". "
Owl in a tree in Northumberland, United Kingdom.
Black-sand beach in the south-east of Iceland.
A female kingfisher fish brought their hungry chicks every five minutes. Then a short break - and again all around.
Big and Little Dipper
It Kamchatka, Russia.
Arctic fox, the Svalbard
"The picture was taken in August, the Norwegian island of Ossian Zarza, - says the author of a photo Alexander Perov. - We knew that this island is famous for the opportunity to see foxes and even polar bears. And so it happened! The first on our own little fox ran two - one of them went then to the water's edge, where the ice floe lay and began to greedily lick. "