New Photo from National Geographic
• New Photo from National Geographic
Most recently, National Geographic has launched a new initiative - a photo project, which can take part of any photographer, regardless of the location and the level of his professionalism. The main thing - to perform the task.
The essence of the project is simple enough - to display the changing world around us. Our planet is really changing at an incredible rate, and keep track of all the changes is simply impossible. Moreover, we are talking not only about the nature or the impact of man on it. Look around - beskoneyanye wave of concrete and millions of cars in traffic jams. Comes to the fact that there is even such a proposal, as the air taxi in Moscow. Because otherwise in the metropolis already impossible to move around freely. But we got carried away. Changes there are also positive. More than 10 000 photographers took part in the project and the number of participants continues to grow. As an illustrative example of the context of the project, National Geographic showed the most vivid images.
"Cloud tadpoles" - Eiko Jones (Eiko Jones). Photographer shooting water lilies, and finally captured a herd of thousands of tadpoles.
"Live" - Jonathan Tucker (Jonathan Tucker). Self made in Alaska in a cave under the glacier. For the author it was the crown of travel on the peninsula.
"Weightless" - Marulakis Dimitris (Dimitris Maroulakis). Freediver in the water surface of Lake Vouliagmeni.
"People in prayer" - Junaid Ahmed (Junaid Ahmed). Idzhtima - one of the largest gatherings of Muslim prayer. People do not have enough space and they pray on the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
"The camp in Dong Han Song" - Ryan Debudt (Ryan Deboodt). Halt cavers in the world's largest cave.
"Balloons Kabul" - Allen-hand (Allen Rooke). Decoration dark winter morning in the Afghan capital.
"Night lightning over the Grand Canyon" - Rolf Meder (Rolf Maeder).
'The most beautiful pool in the world "- Kent Shiraishi (Kent Shiraishi). This pond on the island of Hokkaido constantly changes color. Scientists are sure can not explain why.
"The Perfect Catch" - Peynpinto Wayne (Wayne Panepinto). Good picture sea lion in the zoo "Lily and Seneca Park Zoo".
"ice caves" - Andrew Inaba (Andrew Inaba). Granite Falls - a very interesting place in the western United States. Here there is a cave 4, periodically covered by ice.