National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

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Focus on the best photos in June 2014 of the National Geographic magazine.

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National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014:

1. Salzkammergut – “Land of Lakes” in the federal province of Austria – Styria. It is ideal for divers underwater world in the heart of Europe – Gruner See (“Green Lake”) around Tragoss, Austria. There are trees, hiking trails, benches, bridges. (Photo by Marc Henauer):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

2. Blacktip shark in the Seychelles. There are reports that the blacktip shark divers interested in staying at a safe distance. In most cases, these timid sharks are not considered to be very dangerous to humans. (Photo by Imran Ahmad):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

4. Postcard view of the city of St. Magdalena in the Dolomites, Italy. (Photo by John Bragg):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

5. In 1980 zoologist Alison Pascoe Friedman got saved Amelia to train her for a research project on ethology. Upon completion of the project, she took a Capuchin monkey to his home in New York. 45-year-old Amelia died in her sleep. (Photo by Vincent Myusi)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

6. Games antelope in northern Botswana. “Just a few meters from the lion killed their neighbor. The contrast between life and death make this a unique moment, “- says the photographer. (Photo by Chris Schmid):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

7. Archaeological finds, Peru. Excellent extant hand nobles of Peruvian Huari civilization still compresses flap burial shroud. (Photo by Robert Clark)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

8. Night Lights. “I have always been fascinated with magic fireflies in the valley Selo in southern Italy.” Who are the fireflies and how they shine. (Photo by Massimo Gugliucciello):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

9. Soaring turtle at a depth of 22 meters, Papua New Guinea. (Photo by Matt Lasky):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

10. Europe – one of the largest satellite in the solar system, discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei. Surface is composed of ice and is one of the smoothest in the solar system. There is a hypothesis that is underneath the ocean water, which can not be excluded microscopic life. (Photo Galileo Project | NASA | JPL):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

11. This Lama in the mountains of Bolivia icy winds feels incredibly comfortable. (Photo by Esther Buttery):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

12. Lake Western Brook Pond, Canada. Precambrian rocks billions of years old can be seen through the clear water of Lake Western Brook Pond National Park Gros Morne. (Photo by David and Jennifer Hayes Dubile)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

13. Buzkashi – exclusively a man’s game. To become a member, you need to combine the qualities of the rider, and even athlete’s boxing skills. Throughout the game over the field like a mantra, heard the appeal judges: “Haykun, bacha, haykun” (“Throw guys chase!”). (Photo by Marina Makavetskaya)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

14. Lighthouse on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. (Photo by Stefano Coltelli):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

15. Belka, Germany. Head jammed proteins sticking out of a manhole cover in Izernhagene. Police released a rodent, carefully prying ears and his neck smeared with olive oil. Unfortunately, the animal did not survive the stress. (Photo Police Hanover)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

16. Otter, perfect underwater predator resurfaced River Dorset and departures from their own ripples. (Photo by Charlie Hamilton James):

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

17. Giant sequoia President, California. Giant Sequoias grow high in the mountains, steadfastly enduring cold, snowstorms and lightning strikes. They reach enormous size and titanic forces, though inferior in height evergreen sequoia. (Photo by Mike Nichols)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

18. Wild Passion. “My whole life is devoted to animals – says Lesley-Anne Rush, instructor-breeder from Florida. – I rarely leave them for a day or go on holiday. ” She raised their kangaroos and lemurs from the first days of their lives. (Photo by Vincent Myusi)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

19. Harp seals, Gulf of St. Lawrence. Photographer Jennifer Hayes captured the tender affection of mother to child – a behavior that is rarely possible to take pictures in the water. (Photo by David and Jennifer Hayes Dubile)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

20. The Descending to land on the islands Treshnish impasse carries food chick. Parents fly for sustenance from three to eleven times a day; each bird can bring in its beak for more than 20 fishes. (Photo by Danny Green)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

21. The park Weeki Wachee Springs participant in the show Nicky Chikonski floats surrounded by thousands of air bubbles in the glass that separates her from the audience. Well thought out location allows for breathing hoses mermaids show their ideas without having to scuba – periodically they inhale air from the hoses. (Photo by Cristina Garcia Rodero)

National Geographic: Best Photos in June 2014

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