Monday, June 25, 2007

Visions of Earth

Salt dug from the world's largest salt plain waits for transport to surrounding Andean villages - Bolivia

The Olindias jellyfish displays an extravagantly curled and colored armament of tentacles loaded with stinging cells

Morning glories roil over the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland, Australia

Comet McNaught as viewed from New Zealand

Reed Flute Cave reflections in China

A lava lake seethes within Nyiragongo volcano just ten miles from Goma, Congo

A Snowy Owl prepares to pounce - Quebec Province, Canada

Limestone pinnacles rise 300-plus feet in Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar

Each month, National Geographic magazine features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth. Browse through this view of the world through a photographer's eye.

Check out the feature at National Geographic.

Excellent photography! Of course, what else would you expect from National Geographic?

Be sure to check out National Geographic Magazine Photography AND National Geographic Photography for many more excellent photographs and desktop wallpapers!

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