PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: 2/22/2018 :
Featuring the website: I Love Nature !
This week I discovered this beautiful website featuring a beautiful variety of photos, winning photos from a variety of artists, featuring not only great scenery, but animals in great form. Take a look at these, and just enjoy these beautiful photos:
The Hornsund, a beautiful scenery is viewed through glacier ice in Svalbard, Norway’s Arctic archipelago
A mother of two cubs climbs a Pacific crab apple tree to grab its tart and tiny fruit. In years when autumn salmon numbers are low, the bears must find other food, such as wild berries, lupine roots, and mussels.
Rafflesia Flower, West Sumatra, Indonesia
Quiver trees stand like eerie sentinels under the stars in the Namibia Desert. The flowers of these desert–tough varieties of the aloe plant provide nectar for birds and insects
The Victoria Falls.
Crystal clear water. Amazing Nature!!!
A fisher man called Chito discovered a crocodile that had been shot in the eye by a cattle farmer and left for dead. Chito was able to drag the massive reptile into his boat and brought him to his home, where he stayed by his side for months, nursing him back to health. A great lover of nature!!!
Help… Help… Help…!!! 😁 😁 😁
The unconditional love of mother
Amazingly beautiful… Isn’t it!!!
A rare white peacock
This is sad
Photo by Mark Rosengarten
Trying to take a Selfie … A shot by Simon Phillpotts
the 2011 Grimsvotn volcano eruption, Iceland —
Great Sand Dunes by Zach Builder Alamosa, Colorado, US
Iceland’s Kirkjufell, which means “church mountain,” is located on the coast of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula in the country’s west.
Chicken Farm, Pennsylvania Chickens provide the fertilizer on this Pennsylvania farm. The mobile coops are relocated daily to distribute manure evenly so that it won’t drain into the Chesapeake Bay. Photograph by Peter Essick, National Geographic —
Funnel Cloud, Minnesota Born in a bruising supercell, a funnel cloud looms beyond a cornfield. Photograph by Mitch Dobrowner
Pelicans resting on iron stands at Atapaka Bird Sanctuary in India
Tulip fields in the Netherlands
There you have some of the best variety of photos I have assembled ever in the “Photos of the Week” selection. And you can see more by going to the website: https://www.facebook.com/ILoveYouNature/
All photos are compliments of “I love Nature”.
Thanks again for this amazing collection of photos.