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Michael Nichols 2004(Gabão, África, Ivindo park sitatunga)

Michael Nichols 2004(Gabão, África, Ivindo park sitatunga)

"The first ever seamless photograph of an entire redwood tree. Photographer Michael Nichols and National Geographic built a robotized rig with three cameras to capture this enormous 1,600 year old redwood tree in California. The final composite is stitched together from 84 photos." photo: Michael Nichols #PadreMedium

Biggest, Tallest Tree Photo Ever

"The first ever seamless photograph of an entire redwood tree. Photographer Michael Nichols and National Geographic built a robotized rig with three cameras to capture this enormous 1,600 year old redwood tree in California. The final composite is stitched together from 84 photos." photo: Michael Nichols #PadreMedium

Jane Goodall and chimp Gregoire • photo Michael Nichols for National Geographic (1995) • http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2014/04/03/nick-nichols-on-capturing-the-essence-of-jane-goodall/

Jane Goodall and chimp Gregoire • photo Michael Nichols for National Geographic (1995) • http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2014/04/03/nick-nichols-on-capturing-the-essence-of-jane-goodall/

Orphan Elephants, Kenya    Photograph by Michael Nichols, National Geographic    "What a scared orphan elephant needs more than anything is other elephants. The process of becoming socialized begins as soon as the worst injuries heal."

Orphan Elephants, Kenya Photograph by Michael Nichols, National Geographic "What a scared orphan elephant needs more than anything is other elephants. The process of becoming socialized begins as soon as the worst injuries heal."

An older mother cared for two orphaned calves along with her own calves. The orphans’ mothers were adult daughters of the older mother here. Lens Blog

Documenting Elephants' Compassion, and Their Slaughter

An older mother cared for two orphaned calves along with her own calves. The orphans’ mothers were adult daughters of the older mother here. Lens Blog

Lion Pride, Serengeti  Photograph by Michael Nichols, National Geographic  A pride of lions behaves naturally for the camera—a remote-controlled car outfitted with still and video cameras to capture the lions at ground level. The equipment was field tested by photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols while on assignment for National Geographic magazine.

Lion Pride, Serengeti Photograph by Michael Nichols, National Geographic A pride of lions behaves naturally for the camera—a remote-controlled car outfitted with still and video cameras to capture the lions at ground level. The equipment was field tested by photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols while on assignment for National Geographic magazine.

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