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EZ A CÁPA IDŐSEBB, MINT AZ USA.

HATALMAS ATLASZLEPKE

“EZ EGY FA A FARMOMON KALIFORNIÁBAN”

KÖZÖNSÉGES SASRÁJA

We must leave dark behind, to find the light, but it’s in the dark we learn, wrong from right. I love eagles and I love eagle rays, one flys above, one flys below, something about their grace is just transfixing! Check out @mattdraperphotography who also has some great shots of these amazing creatures!

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EZ A KÉK GOMBA EGY ELHALT ÁGON NŐTT KI

MILYEN FÉLELMETES

EGY VIHAR VULKANIKUS KITÖRÉS ALATT

FRANCISCO NEGRONI, VOLCANOES AND LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER. www.francisconegroni.com You can buy my photos in my webpage. Hoy se cumplen tres años desde la erupción del volcán Calbuco. Desde que comenzó esta pasión por fotografiar volcanes siempre tuve el sueño de lograr una buena imagen o parecida a las que ya habia tomado el año 2011 en la erupción del Cordón Caulle…pero nunca imaginé que esa noche despues de buscar y buscar un lugar y encuadre diferente encontraria algo más que eso…y es que esa noche estoy seguro que tome la mejor fotografía de una erupción y tormenta sucia jamás tomada. Siento que soy un privilegiado de haber visto lo que vi y de haberlo captado de la mejor manera posible. #CaptureDedication #chile #volcanoes #volcano #calbucovolcano #volcancalbuco #dirtystorm #volcanes #volcan #puertomontt #frutillar

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EZ EGY KALAPÁCSFEJŰ DENEVÉR.

A VÍZILILIOM GIGANTIKUS LEVELEI

A TÁTIKA MAGHÉJAK ÚGY NÉZNEK KI, MINT A KOPONYÁK.

EGY FŰRÉSZHAL

ARMADILLÓ-GYÍK BÉBI

A TÉL SZEME

A HOLD, A TEJÚT, A LÁVA ÉS A METEOR …

The moon, Milky Way, lava and a a meteor… Yes, it’s real and it was he most amazing experience that I’ve ever had in my life. The heat of the lava, the skies twinkling above, and hearing nothing but the newest land on earth being created in front of me, it was all so beautiful. This moment was a bit special for me as i was beyond stressed in life and not in the best of places. Seeing and feeling Pele at work, but a peace in my heart and mind and allowed my worries to essentially vanish. It may seem weird to say, but after this moment, I had a whole new approach to life and to the people in it. I’m reposting my image of the Milky Way, Moon, lava and meteor with a bit more description to it this time. This image has been getting shared quite a bit again and of course there are a lot of people who are saying it’s not real. Well, sorry to burst your bubble, but it is 100% real and pretty much almost straight out of the camera. So, here’s how it was shot. ISO 2500, F2.8, 25”. The moon was a crescent moon and far enough from the Milky Way to not wash it out. Most of the lava in this image was cooling and not as bright as it appears in this image. The long exposure helped draw out the red glow. The meteor was just luck! It was a few things coming together at the right moment and a bit of luck that helped create this image. All I did in post was white balance correction, a small crop, and some dodging and burning. Now go ahead and repost the image with the story and credit 🙂 #lava #kilauea #hawaii #volcano #milkyway #nikonusa #celebrateAloha #contest

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EGY AMERIKAI KROKODIL

An American crocodile says “hello” to me in the Garden of the Queens, Cuba. This crocodile is one of the many predators that inhabit Cuba’s mangrove forests. His nonaggressive behavior and seeing many of these predators in this area is an indication of a healthy and abundant ecosystem. Today, I am talking at the Loggerhead Marine Life Centre in West Palm Beach, Florida to help share my experiences in the field and conservation so that we can continue to protect all our tropical waters for generations to come. #TurningTheTide with @sea_legacy #crocodile #tropics #nature #lecturetour

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GYÖNYÖRŰ A TETEJÉN, DE LENT HALÁLOS

FELHŐK A VIHAR ELŐTT

FEKETE HUNYOR

NESKOWIN KÍSÉRTET-ERDŐ OREGONBAN

GALAPAGOS TENGERI IGUÁNÁK

Galapagos Marine Iguanas live on the edge and the difference between life and death is a few degrees of temperature. The world’s only ocean going lizards graze on cold water seaweeds. Increases in sea temperature due to climate change have detrimental effects on marine iguana populations. No seaweed=No iguanas. If temperatures continue to warm these Galapagos icons could become the first to disappear. The world’s leading scientists have just met at @darwinfound in the Galapagos to discuss how to safeguard and protect the island’s unique fauna and flora from climate change. To find out more follow @darwinfound #climatechangegalapagos

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