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Foto av Michael Melford - "Although brown bears are normally solitary creatures, they congregate at places like Brooks Falls in the summer to catch and eat spawning salmon - Alaska"
Foto av Michael Melford - "Clouds scrape by the snow-covered Iliamna Volcano, which last erupted before Europeans settled in the area - Alaska"
Foto av Salvador Calaf - "Group of wild musk-oxen (Ovibos moschatus) grazing in Dovre National Park, Norway"
Foto av Frida Gruffman - "Reindeer running in the snow by a log house in Sweden"
Foto av Scott Wilson - "Sunset above the fog casts a red light on the snow-covered trees in Arctic Sweden"
Foto av Camilla Wejdemar - "I took this picture from the popular view in Reine, Lofoten, Norway. I saw the weather changing from the kitchen window, so I grabbed the camera and ran out. I managed to take five, six pictures before the special light was gone again. The weather never stops to amaze me here in Lofoten. It can change so quickly, and sometimes you can have four seasons in one hour"
Foto av Claudio Coppari - "Seljalandsfoss is a waterfall situated in Iceland, not far from the main Ring Road on the south coast. Following a path it's possible to go behind the waterfall"
Foto av Stephane Vetter - "A dazzling green aurora frames the arc of the Milky Way over Jökulsárlón, the largest glacier lake in Iceland, on March 10. The picture is a first-prize winner in the Second International Earth and Sky Photo Contest's "Beauty of the Night Sky" category"
Foto av Alex Cherney - "A tree seems to bend in a galactic breeze in a July 2010 picture of the central bulge of the Milky Way taken from Australia. Our solar system lies in one of the galaxy's spiral arms, about halfway from the galactic center. Recent studies show that the Milky Way's dusty heart houses a supermassive black hole"
Foto av Winfield I. Parks, Jr. - "Memory-haunted arena of the ancients, Rome's 1,900-year-old Colosseum saw bloody gladiatorial duels, battles with wild beasts, and mock naval engagements on its flooded floor. Christians banned the spectacles, and in later centuries presented church dramas here. Time, earthquakes, and stone scavengers took their toll. Still, the treasured monument survived and again serves Rome—as a traffic circle. Cars at evening rush hour create streaks of light in this time exposure, which also captures horse-drawn carriages waiting at curbside for tourists"
Foto av Michael Nichols - "A days-old Nile crocodile, Crocodylus niloticus, takes his first swim through the tannin-stained Louri Creek, deep in the heart of the 380,000-acre Loango National Park"
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