Κυριακή, 4 Σεπτεμβρίου 2011

Καλύτερες φωτογραφίες από το National Geographic τον Αύγουστο του 2011

Παραδοσιακή μηνιαία επιλογή των φωτογραφιών από το National Geographic, που μπορούν να χρησιμοποιηθούν ως screen savers για την επιφάνεια εργασίας σας.

1. In the summer on weekends and cold crystal clear water of the river and other water bodies Homem park Peneda-Geres attracts thousands of tourists. Seasonal influx is a real test for permanent residents of the park and its nature. (Peter Essick)

2. For thousands of years created the winds in the deserts of Namibia’s highest sand dunes in the world, the red because of the high content of iron oxide. Soil moisture is sufficient only to sustain the lives of several very hardy plant species. Not far from the dunes of this could be seen “Big Daddy” in height about 400 meters.(Frans Lanting)

3. The pilgrims in the temple of al-Kazim, Shia shrine in Baghdad, almost untouched during the war. (Lynsey Addario)

4. Purple starfish and seaweed on the bottom off the coast of British Columbia. (Thomas P. Peschak)

5. Buddha in coal storage in northern China. After several decades of coal reserves in the country runs, and China will have to switch to alternative energy sources.(Greg Girard)

6. Memorial in memory of famine in 1845 in Dublin, Ireland. (Jim Richardson)

7. A mixture of civilization and primeval, the Portuguese National Park Peneda-Geres, faces a daunting task: to protect the environment, taking visitors. (Peter Essick)

8. Dudzhood Ali was ten, when she fled from the cruel old man and went to court in Sinai, Yemen. Courageous act girl, and the ensuing judicial scandal turned her into a national heroine in the struggle for women’s rights. After the divorce, she returned to her family and continued her studies at school. (Stephanie Sinclair)

9.Ruiny ancient settlements submerged in the construction of hydropower plants in Portugal, re-appear over the water when the water level in the lake drops. Built man in a national park attractions are very different – from medieval castles to modern resorts. (Peter Essick)

10. Mother of two cubs climbing up on a wild apple tree to harvest small fruits. In years when little salmon, the bears have to look for other foods such as berries, roots, or mussels. (Paul Nicklen)

11. Rowing legs to free his hands, fishermen on Inle Lake in the north of Burma – a gift for tourists to see the dream of a modern country untouched. (Chien-Chi Chang)

12. Above the headboard offers a lively, as if from a window view of the Brooklyn Bridge and Lower Manhattan. To make this Extra-picture, the photographer put the camera in the room, and kept the shutter open for five hours. He used a prism to draw the image. ”View of the Brooklyn Bridge in the bedroom”, 2009. (Abelardo Morell)

13. The family grazes cattle Turkey over their flocks in the northern part of the Fertile Crescent for the past century. The place where the cattle graze, the slope of the volcano Karak Doug, is just 110 kilometers from the archaeological site of Tepe Gobekli, where, according to genetics, first began to grow wheat. Sheep and goats have also begun to tame here. (Vincent J. Musi)

14. On the left side wall of the church in Denedre you can see one of the few images of Cleopatra. On this terrain, it serves as the Pharaoh, bringing gifts to the gods. A picture of her son by Julius Caesar is intended to strengthen its position as the heir to the throne. He was captured and executed shortly after her death. (George Steinmetz)

15. If a flood came, the children Dzhabeda Ali know what to do: climb a bamboo Nudo macha in the yard and stay stronger. People living in the ever-changing islands in the floods of the three main rivers of Bangladesh has grown accustomed to such disasters. (Jonas Bendiksen)

16. What could be more useful frightened elephant orphan than a society of elephants? Socialization process will begin immediately after completion of treatment.(Michael Nichols)

17. Visitors to the first 4-D Theater in Baghdad receive more impressions of science-fiction movie with shaking seats and air currents. During the war, the family watched television at home or DVD, and movie theaters were closed. Now cinemas like this, again open. (Lynsey Addario)

18. Lighting a whole ocean of candles, the people of Burma pays tribute to the ancestors during the festival Thadingyut, a three-day festival of lights in October, which marks the end of the Buddhist equivalent of Lent. (Chien-Chi Chang)

19. Morning mist covers the surface of the pond and the Bear Valley at the foot of Mount Seint Regis. (Michael Melford)

20. Since then, as the northern sea lions are protected by law in 1970, their numbers in the waters of British Columbia and has tripled in the summer breeding season is about 30 thousand. (Thomas P. Peschak)

21. Adirondack forest palette changes with the seasons. The refined pattern of leaf viburnum green of summer gives way to autumn on the red as the chlorophyll fades, and comes through the lower layers of pigment. (Michael Melford)

22. Evening breeze stirs the clothes of the Tuareg, walking on the plateau Tassilin-Addzher in Algeria. (Brent Stirton)

23. These monkeys – a mother? Who knows. Langurs in tight groups often share responsibilities for minding young. Juveniles are born with dark fine wool, which then becomes more rigid and changes color to gray-gold. (Stefano Unterthiner)

24. Fish and scuba diver near Memorial Reef Neptune, an underwater cemetery, decorated with ornamental arches and columns. The remains of 200 people cremated were mixed with cement and transformed into a memorial sculptures are mounted on the bottom of the ocean near Miami Beach. (David Doubilet)

25. ”I think I’m in outer space,” says Dean Potter, standing above a waterfall in Yosemite Highline. Gusts of wind and mist make movement on the rope one inch in width, stretched at an altitude of 790 meters a daunting task, but in case of breakdown insurance is provided. (Jimmy Chin)

26. Tuareg women, whose hands are smeared with indigo in the paint and dressed in new clothes to celebrate the birth of a child. Tuareg women rarely hide the face, while men traditionally wear turbans that leave only their eyes open. (Brent Stirton)

27. This yellow birch, found a photographer on the way to Mount Gudnau seems to be going to “swallow” the stone left here passing glacier. Adirondack National Park, with its exuberant wildlife, is the true miracle of nature samvosstanovleniya. Devotion to lawyers and protection provided by the constitution of New York, suggest that the park will remain intact forever. (Michael Melford)

28. Welsh pig farm walks next to an exhibition at the National History Museum near Cardiff, Wales. This type of pig was bred specifically to their body shape make for easy cutting, but also they are known for their special character, through which get along well with people. (Jim Richardson)

29. Monk is on the road in Bagan, the ancient capital of Myanmar (Burma). Local churches can compete with the Cambodian Angkor Wat. Once in this area was 13 000 pagodas built around the 2nd century BC of brick and covered with paint or plaster. Earthquake killed more than 10,000 of them. (Chien-Chi Chang)

30. Autumn Landscape, Adirondacks. Spots of sunlight on the slopes of Algonquin and Wright, two of the 40 mountains whose height exceeds 4,000 feet. The once-ravaged industry and the Forest area has experienced a revival. (Michael Melford)

31. Dawn in Baghdad. At the bridge over the Tigris man feeds sea gulls, and the first river taxi waiting for morning passengers. (Lynsey Addario)

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