I just watched this video and still have goosebumps. Seriously. Crank up the volume, make it full screen, play and enjoy. The wonderment overdose is really worth it.
And sure, it’s just a compilation of incredible clips showing Earth from every possibly amazing place in the planet , edited to some…
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Andre Ermolaev is a Russian photographer whose latest series features trails of Icelandic rivers twisting through endless beds of volcanic ash.
Two divers look at a great white during a dive without shark cages in the waters off the coast of Mexico. Deep sea photographer Daniel Botelho took a series of pictures on a recent trip to a remote island off the coast of Mexico. The award-winning nature photographer insisted that while great white sharks are top predators they very rarely regard humans as food. He explained the key to safely diving with this notorious shark was to remain relaxed, keep eye contact with the shark and hold ones ground no matter how close the shark swims to the diver. Picture: Daniel Botelho/Barcroft Media
A World in One Cubic Foot is a series of photographs by David Liittschwager, a National Geographic photographer. He set out to document the worlds biodiversity using a steel frame of one cubic foot. “A cubic foot fits in your lap; you can put your arms around it. If you stand with both feet together and look down, it’s just about the size of your footprint while standing still,” he says.