A baby elephant at the Anantara Elephant Camp near Chiang Rai, in the Golden Triangle in northern Thailand glistens with mud after being given a cooling bucket bath by his mahout to help him cool off.
A red deer in Freyr forest, near Han-sur-Lesse, Belgium. The red deer (Cervus elaphus) is one of the largest deer species. The red deer inhabits most of Europe, the Caucasus Mountains region, Asia Minor, parts of western Asia, and central Asia.
During the late afternoon and early evening of April 3, 2004, this supercell thunderstorm dropped 2 inch-diameter hail over Chaparral, N.M. causing widespread damage.
Irving Underhill (1827 -1960) took this picture on March 23rd, 1909 of the construction of the Manhattan Bridge. You can see the marine terminal in the foreground and the bridge under construction in the background. An amazing piece of engineering for the time!
Vegas is such a crazy place. You can find anything you want…. including deep fried Twinkies!
I find their single-mindedness of bees complex in an incredibly beautiful way that never fails to bring me into the moment and create a greater sense of peace. When I look at this picture, I get a small sense of that feeling and I hope you do as well.
At the beach in Panama there are thousands of Pelicans. They love to ride the thermal currents up the building for an added lift and are fascinating to watch!