National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

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Focus on the best photography November 2014 from the National Geographic magazine.

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014:

2. The Lord of the seas. Great white sharks are going to the island of Guadalupe, to hunt sea lions. (Photo by Marc Henauer):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

3. Reflections. Lake in Sweden. (Photo by Torsten Muehlbacher):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

4. formic treat. “The world of insects – amazing, even fabulous – says Irina Kozorog. – Remove all I love both at home and in nature – can not say that I like the most. ” In the photo: ant drinking a drop of sweet syrup on reeds. (Photo by Irina Kozorog):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

5. Winter swing. Barbary macaque – the only monkey living in the wild in Europe (Gibraltar). In addition, the Barbary macaque – the only monkey that lives not in Asia. (Photo by Francisco Mingorance):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

6. Leap. Wildebeest crossing the Mara River in Tanzania during the annual migration from Tanzania to Kenya. In the water, waiting for their huge crocodiles …

Animals are very well aware of the dangers that await them in the water. They are waiting on the banks of the river until they are collected thousands until the pressure behind does not make them go forward. And as soon as the first step into the water, all the others start to follow them, wave, which is no longer possible to stop.

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

7. Loneliness. Cypress in the pond of South Carolina. (Photo by Vincent J. Musi):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

8. Green turtle on the coast of Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Green turtle – large, carapace length of 80 to 150 cm, weight – from 70 to 200 kg, it rarely reaches a length of 200 cm and a weight of 400-500 kg. Despite the name, the color of the green turtle on top of not only olive-green, but often dark brown, with yellow and white spots and stripes. (Photo by Montse Grillo):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

9. Dawn from the height of the balloon. Burma (Myanmar) – one of those countries that never fail photographer.

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

10. Barbary macaques, Morocco. Barbary macaque kid basking in the arms of his mother and brother. While trade in these monkeys is prohibited by law, poachers continue to catch pups for sale in Europe, and merchants – to show them in the local markets, luring tourists proposal photographed with cute monkey. (Photo by Francisco Mingoransa):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

11. Krasnogorskoe lake, Altai. “Krasnogorskoe or Ortolykskoe lake hardly anyone notices, despite the availability. People often ask me about the whereabouts of the lake, marveling at the fact that this is the lake, past which they so often pass. Meanwhile, in the calm here you can see a fantastic reflection – gorgeous mirror worlds of the Altai Mountains. ”

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

12. Trutovik colorful – a widespread fungus tinder. Has a harsh, thin, semicircular cap diameter of 10 centimeters, gathered in groups. (Photo by Lance Isackson):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

13. yum. Bear in the National Park and Preserve Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska. (Photo by Rob Daugherty):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

14. Ice grotto Baikal. “Ice caves Kharantsy Island on Lake Baikal have long been the hallmark of the winter Baikal – the author writes photo Andrei Grachev. – This picture and wanted to show both the beauty and the scale of the ice grotto. This picture – the result of cross-linking of 14 shots. ” (Photo by Andrei Grachev)

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

15. Lighthouse in the Faroe Islands. Also, “Journey to the Faroe Islands.” (Photo by Grégoire Sieuw):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

16. Irbis with mining, Mongolia. The main food of snow leopards – mountain goats, or goats. In addition to these snow leopards prey on musk deer, hares, ground squirrels, marmots and even birds. There are cases when snow leopards attack bears. (Photo by Valery Maleev):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

17. Ghost Ship. “When in Krasnoyarsk accounted for 40 degrees of frost, all that is next to the water, immersed in milk mist. He envelops the trees and ships waiting to spring. If frosts are a few days, frost is formed – in this icy silence of the ships seem to be ghosts. ” (Photo by Marina St. Thomas)

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

18. Butterfly in the morning dew. “Cold … But soon dawn. Early morning fog. After a minute or two will flash the first rays of the sun. ” (Photo by Irina Kozorog):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

19. Gulls, Yakutia. Among all the rare species of birds Gulls, perhaps, one of the rarest. This medium-sized bird can stand up for themselves and their pets: it is able to attack the offender at a speed of 50 kilometers per hour. (Photo by Andrey Kamenev):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

20. Fisheye. At the traditional wedding ceremony on the east coast of India. (Photo by Brian Callaway):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

21. Owl in the snow, Finland. (Photo by Sven Zacek):

National Geographic: Best Photos from November 2014

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