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The 35 Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Traveler PhotoContest

More  cold than snow, that's how this winter will go. Invisible drifts of frigid air blocking all the exits, clogging all the roads out of here. When you left with summer you stole autumn too and plunged me into a season from hell. But, its fine--I can always put more clothing on, layering for affect. When its hot you just can't lose enough, trhough you've helped a lot. >KB

BLUE POND & FIRST SNOW: The blue pond of a famous tourist resort. Since this pond freezes in winter, nobody is there during that period. This photograph is the moment of the first snow of the season falling on that blue pond. by Kent Shiraishi

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Half Dome, Yosemite National Park Photograph by Jimmy Chin, National Geographic Alex Honnold takes on the third zigzag of Half Dome without a rope. He has just one more difficult section, or pitch, in the last three before reaching the summit.

Climbing the Harding Ice-field trail in the rain, has its rewards. I stopped to admire a glacier, only to find an adult black bear eating in front of a glowing blue glacier. (© Colin McCrindle).

Climbing the Harding Ice-field trail in the rain, has its rewards. I stopped to admire glacier, only to find an adult black bear eating in front of a glowing blue glacier.

The Power of the Criollos by Chris Schmid

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The power of the Criollo ( criollo = breed of horses in South America) - Chris Schmid/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Le 35 foto più Spettacolari del National Geographic Contest di quest’anno. | Pagine Verdi - Blog

“Shadows in dust”. A herd of wildebeest kick up dust at sunset, revealing their shadows. (Photo and caption by Max Seigal/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)

Gran premio assoluto e vincitore natura  Foto e didascalia Ashley Vincent    La protagonista della foto si chiama Busaba, una tigre molto ben tenuta al Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Thailandia. L'ho fotografata molte volte, ma sono riuscito finalmente a realizzare uno scatto originale quando l'ho sorpresa a farsi il bagno e a scuotersi dall'acqua. Quel giorno Madre Natura mi ha sorriso!    Dove: Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Chonburi, Thailandia

The Explosion! Winner of the 2012 National Geographic Photography Contest. "The subject’s name is Busaba, a well-cared-for Indochinese tigress, whose home is at Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Thailand." Photo by Ashley Vincent of Chonburi, Thailand.

Bison, Yellowstone National Park by: R.J. Payne

Bison, Yellowstone National Park by: R. Payne We saw a big herd at the North Rim Grand Canyon National Park!

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Ghostly Bison in Steam During Winter, Yellowstone National Park Photographic Print by Norbert Rosing

I never did find out how this Mountain Goat, Oreamnos americanus, managed to get down. I was there for more than an hour and it kept licking away at the mineral in the rock. It was a sheer drop below, there was no apparent way up or sideways. But then other’s did some amazing feats of climbing that the best mountain climbers would be envious of. Goat Lick Overlook, Glacier National Park Just hang in there

Funny pictures about Religious goat. Oh, and cool pics about Religious goat. Also, Religious goat photos.

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"Kangaroos propel themselves with powerful hind legs" Photo: National Geographic Australia, December 1926

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