Golden Shower 4 by fotoporjoder http://ift.tt/1nCFFJ7
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The remains of the sandstone Buddha in Ayutthaya. by ohnoradeo http://ift.tt/1xPTBaB
Lindos regalos de #Mexico gracias @valeria_mateus y #Natis están muy hermosos by mantravocalist http://ift.tt/1ozcv1r
Photo by @chamiltonjames (Charlie Hamilton James) a Ruppells Griffon Vulture drips blood after feeding on the carcass of a zebra in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Griffon vultures have long powerful necks for getting under the skin of the dead animals they feed on and short downy feathers on their necks to prevent them from getting too dirty. Vultures wash regularly and are surprisingly clean - when not feeding. Vultures are currently the fastest declining family of birds in history - we must learn to love them before we lose them. by natgeo http://ift.tt/1pSAiNx
typically I crawl into bed while the birds are already chirping… 😴🐦🕓☀️ #bartenderlife by dudeitsdamsel http://ift.tt/1m9BKar
Photograph by @JohnStanmeyer for @natgeo
A pre-Islamic people, Nabataeans carved palatial tombs at Mada’in Salih some 3000 years ago. Today they stand in near pristine condition in the desert of Saudi Arabia. The Nabataeans inhabited most of this region stretching from Petra in present day Jordan, all the way to Mada’in Salih.
July 1 heralds the arrival of Part II of the Out of Eden project, this latest installment is on Saudi Arabia where Paul Salopek and I traveled throughout the Hejaz region last October/November. Story is aptly titled “The Wells of Memory”. There’s an extended photo essay of my work on this page. If you’re in the Berkshires of Western MA, stop by my gallery (Stanmeyer Gallery & Shaker Dam Coffeehouse) for signed copies of this months National Geographic magazine.
#Nabataean #SaudiArabia #Hejaz #MadainSalih #tombs #OnAssignment by natgeo http://ift.tt/1rewu8T
#worldcup2014 #fever #brasil2014 by marinagranziera http://ift.tt/1xhYR6F
The beach front in Wonsan, North Korea. by dguttenfelder http://ift.tt/1k6K6vh