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21 Super Amazing Shots From Last Night’s Supermoon
Missed last night's supermoon? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
What We Love This Week, Volume LXXVII
From colorful rivers to quotes and photos, this week we love all that is vibrant.
The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Winners
More than 18,000 picures were submitted to the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. These are the 11 winners that beat the competition.
No, You’re Not On Drugs: Colombia’s River Of Five Colors Is Real
Head deep into the Colombian wilderness to find the River of Five Colors, a national, technicolor treasure.
The Lifecycle Of A Queen (Bumble) Bee
We recognize them by their hum, signature yellow-black stripes and for being invaluable to our ecosystem. These bumblebee facts will only add to that.
5 Animals With Superpowers Way Cooler Than X-Men
Real animals with superpowers are way more exciting than fictional superheroes. Prepare to be amazed.
Mitch Dobrowner’s Photography Makes Destructive Storms Absolutely Beautiful
While most run away from the bruise-colored nightmares, Mitch Dobrowner transforms them into magnificent works of art.
Flower Artist Makoto Azuma Sends Trees And Flowers Into Space
As part of his most recent project, flower artist Makoto Azuma dropped flower arrangements from the sky, capturing the entire fall on camera.
30 Eerily Beautiful Photos Of Abandoned Iceland
The frigid island is typically associated with enchantment and natural splendor; these photos of abandoned Iceland present a slightly more sinister view.
Dirt, Disease, And Death: What Life Was Like During The Dust Bowl
The greatest environmental catastrophe in American history, the Dust Bowl, was not the result of nature; it was caused by man.
Cueva Ventana, Puerto Rico’s Natural “Star”
Puerto Rico's picturesque vista, Cueva Ventana, is no stranger to cinema. And with views like this, it's easy to see why.