Best Nature Images of Month: July 2011

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Nature tells us a lot of stories about oddest existences and scenes around the planet. Such local sightseeings with astonishing features quickly become globally known. However, in daily life, people are always seeking for new and fresh images of natures and animals which occur in all corners of the world. Following the series of nature images of June 2011, the National Geographic Magazine has released the issue of best nature images in July 2011

 

Freeze Frame

In the picture is a 15-foot (4.5-meter) great hammerhead shark on ice at Australia's Melbourne Aquarium. According to International Union for Conservation of Nature, this species faces the very high risk of extinction in the wild.


The picture is taken by Mick Tsikas

The picture is taken by Mick Tsikas

 

A Real Trooper

Stormtrooper Paul French, who is taking 4,000 kilometre journey from Perth to Sydney approximately 25 kilometres from Mandurah to raise money for the Starlight Foundation, is talking with a young boy on a Perth, Australia.


The picture is taken by Paul Kane

The picture is taken by Paul Kane

 

Striped Shirt

Beekeeper Lv Kongjiang, who dons in only shorts and goggles, attracts more than 50 pounds (23 kilograms) of bees to his body within 60 minutes in a competition in Shaoyang, China.


The picture is taken from China Daily

The picture is taken from China Daily

 

3, 2, 1 ...

Ruthy Vortrefflich of Israel excellently captures the Iceland's Strokkur geyser in the very moment before its eruption on July 4.


The picture is taken by Ruthy Vortrefflich

The picture is taken by Ruthy Vortrefflich

 

A Bloomin' Good Time

Kids are playing on the 7,700-square-mile (20,000-square-kilometer) Yellow Sea made by algae at the beach in Qingdao, China. Warm ocean temperatures and waters rich in the elements phosphorus and nitrogen help to make up these massive algae.


The picture is taken from ChinaFotoPress

The picture is taken from ChinaFotoPress

 

In a Word, Haboob

The giant wall of dust rising to 900 meters swept through the Phoenix area, Arizona U.S. on Tuesday 19 July, turning the sky into brown, creating a fill-in-sea of sand city, causing hazardous driving conditions and postponing some airline flights.


The picture is taken by Mike Olbinski

The picture is taken by Mike Olbinski

 

Doubling Down

The amazing reflection of diver Meaghan Benfeito of Canada falling out-of-focus glass building has been taken by Feng Li. Meaghan Benfeito is performing during the women's ten-meter platform semifinal at the 14th FINA World Championships on July 20 in Shanghai, China.


The picture is taken by Feng Li

The picture is taken by Feng Li

 

The most amazing geyser eruption (Strokkur in Iceland)

 

Related links:

Best Nature Images of Month: June 2011

Best Nature Images of Month: May 2011

Best Nature Images of Month (February 2011)

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This article was published on 2011/08/04