2016 Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year, Part II - "Dragging you deep into the woods." A morning stroll into the blissful forest ! Ceaseless drizzles dampening the woods for 12 hours a day; The serene gloom which kept me guessing if it was a night or a day. Heavy fog, chilling breeze and the perennial silence could calm roaring spirits; And there I spotted this beauty, a green vine snake! The Atlantic

2016 Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year, Part II - "Dragging you deep into the woods." A morning stroll into the blissful forest ! Ceaseless drizzles dampening the woods for 12 hours a day; The serene gloom which kept me guessing if it was a night or a day. Heavy fog, chilling breeze and the perennial silence could calm roaring spirits; And there I spotted this beauty, a green vine snake! The Atlantic

Bro Why This Snake Look Like It's About To Drop The Next Best R&b Album

Bro Why This Snake Look Like It's About To Drop The Next Best R&b Album

2016 Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year, Part II - "Jaffa Gets The Ball." I love everything about dogs. Their energy and spirit is so real and uncomplicated, in many ways more than we humans.The Atlantic

2016 Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year, Part II - "Jaffa Gets The Ball." I love everything about dogs. Their energy and spirit is so real and uncomplicated, in many ways more than we humans.The Atlantic

Interview: Photographer Christopher Swann Captures Whales and Dolphins in All Their Glory - My Modern Met

Interview: Photographer Christopher Swann Captures Whales and Dolphins in All Their Glory - My Modern Met

2016 Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year, Part II - "Killer swimmer of the sea " We tracked along the side of this Orca swimming out of the Norwegian sea as it dove into and out of the water like a dolphin. The curvature of the water spray around its body truly gives testament to the aerodynamic build of these magnificent creatures.The Atlantic

2016 Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year, Part II - "Killer swimmer of the sea " We tracked along the side of this Orca swimming out of the Norwegian sea as it dove into and out of the water like a dolphin. The curvature of the water spray around its body truly gives testament to the aerodynamic build of these magnificent creatures.The Atlantic

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