Travel And Adventure Photos From NGC
This December 2010 best photographs from the National Geographic Channel are on the theme of Travel and Adventure photos from all over the world. Here are the beautiful photographs taken by the different photographers from various places.
Storm Clouds, Nushagak Bay
Photograph by Michael Melford, National Geographic photographer. Storm clouds gather over Nushagak Bay, where a tempest is raging over the proposed Pebble mine.
Photograph by C.T. Feng. A nice twilight shot of the often photographed Oia, Santorini.
Kayakers, Land’s End
Photograph by Ralph Lee Hopkins, National Geographic photographer. Kayakers navigate the waters around Land’s End in Cabo San Lucas, a popular tourist destination at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.
Sand Dunes, Australia
Photograph by Nicki Chen. The east of Lancelin town is bordered by endless snow-white sand dunes, which are heaven for sand boarders.
Photograph by Nick Kelly. One of the photo off the coast of Koh Tao in Thailand, near Koh Phangan. A fish just happened to steal the shot.
Photograph by Greg Girard, National Geographic photographer. Tourists explore Megiddo, an ancient city north of Jerusalem where archaeologists found ruins of a palace and stables—evoked by a metal horse sculpture.
Point Reyes, California
Photograph by Anton Barmettler. Point Reyes, California, near the top of the cliff, under fog.
Dragon Boat Festival, China
Photograph by Yu Andy. The Dragon Boat Festival is a traditional cultural event in China.
Bad water Basin, Death Valley
Photograph by Dan Desroches, it was taken in Death Valley at a location named Badwater, a dry sea of salt below sea level.
Colorful Umbrellas, Laos
Photograph by Dimitris Koutroumpas, This photo was taken in Luang Prabang, Laos.
Storm Clouds, Utah
Photograph by Steven Besserman, Storm clouds move in over a Utah cornfield at sunset.
Kite Surfer, South Africa
Photograph by Tim Allen, Kite surfers riding the wind, Table View, Cape Town, South Africa
Photograph by Mark Reimer, lagoon full of icebergs floating out to sea.
Polar Bear, Norway
A curious female polar bear approaches the Lindblad Expeditions ship National Geographic Explorer in Svalbard, Norway.
A fisherman in Rawa Pening, central Java, Indonesia
Hang Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
A half-mile block of 40-story buildings could fit inside this lit stretch of Hang Son Doong, which may be the world’s biggest subterranean passage.
Train Trip, Sweden
This picture was taken in northern Sweden during a train trip to Abisko.
Mana Village Man
Mana village, Uttaranchal, India and Tibet border
This was shot in the Serengeti, Tanzania, April 2010.
Giant’s Causeway, Ireland
Photograph by Yourane Ung. People visiting Northern Ireland necessarily go to the Giant’s Causeway.
Good Friday Procession, Italy
Photograph by Randy Olson, National Geographic photographer. An elderly woman has a front-window view of a Good Friday procession passing by her home in Orosei, on the island of Sardinia.
Namsto Lake, Tibet
Photograph by Jeremy Nielsen. In Tibetan, Namsto means “Heavenly Lake,” and the serene beauty should not be missed by anyone who travels to Tibet.
Photograph by Victor Troyanov. Western Breithorn, European Alps.
Motocross Biker, Colorado
Photograph by Rayner Marx. Track owner hurls into a dark heaven at Wild Rat Motocross in Colorado
Grand Canyon National Park
Photograph by Ralph Lee Hopkins, National Geographic photographer. Ancestral Puebloan granaries, Grand Canyon National Park
Photograph by Dan Desroches. the early morning in Cuba.
Photograph by Lior Patel. Thai fishermen prepare a net for night fishing.