The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

The famous publishing house to share the best images in the last month of winter.

Daily edition of National Geographic gets a lot of images from different corners of our planet. Hundreds of photographers waiting for the right moment and make stunning images, from which simply breathtaking.

We have selected for you the best picture in the past month, which show extraordinary grace of the natural world and everyday life. Here and in the Norwegian fjords, and the aurora, and grizzly bear, and even in sylvinite potash mine!

A girl from the tribe Kayapo, Brazil

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

The young Indian named Nyaktat with orphaned spider monkey on his shoulder talking on Kendzhamu - a village in the north of Brazil. Kayapó sometimes take on the education of young animals, which are hunted.

The Night Watch, Russia

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Fox friendship Russian

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Barracuda, Papua New Guinea

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

twenty-meter tower of barracudas lined up next to a marine biologist Jennifer Hayes - his wife and assistant photographer Dubile.

Shades of red, Myanmar

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

The monks are covered with parasols in Mandalay, Myanmar.

Valley Logar, Slovenia

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

Aleš Umek rode a bike 90 kilometers to capture the wonderful scenery of Logar valley in Slovenia. "I wanted to do a magic shot", - he explains. On top of a hill Umek captured several houses, as though caught in a fairy tale here. © Ales Umek

Grizzly Bear, Canada

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

Grizzly Bear - one of the main representatives of the wildlife of Yukon - grown a layer of ice.

Nereus Fjord, Norway

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

The fjords of Western Norway - such as Nereus fjord to the north-east of Bergen, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site - look like sea fingers clutching at the ground. They also act as a receiving tank for fresh water flowing down from the mountain slopes.

Silvinit potash mine, Russia

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

The circle five meters in diameter "engraved" "Ural" harvester in sylvinite rock. The red color gives the rock potassium salt (potassium chloride), White - common salt, black - clay impurities and other sedimentary rocks.

An elegant heron, USA

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

foggy morning I was driving along the national park in New Jersey, and noticed how the heron hunts.

River Moika Russia

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Snow King, Russia

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The snow leopard, snow leopard, or, in the Novosibirsk Zoo.

Seal cynomolgus, Antarctica

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

"Seals cynomolgus - one of the most curious animals, with whom I was fortunate enough to work with. When the Antarctic waters in the bays are frozen, they prey on krill. Seals use these faults beneath the surface to find their way. "

Harmony in all, Italy

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Dolomites, Italy.

Night in Yukon, USA

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Aurora over the house of Robert the Bruce cold autumn night.

Under the Dome, Iceland

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Tourist floated on the raft for the largest Icelandic glacier Vatnajökull.

Backwater, Russia

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The evening on the northern shore of Lake Ladoga, Karelia.

The light beam, Mexico

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

A diver explores the cenote in the vicinity of Tulum - the ancient Mayan city on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.

The ideal time Kenya

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

"During the safari we felt surrounded by hundreds of baboons. They were all over the place and looked at us with curiosity. A little later I saw this kid. Already after I took this picture, I realized that I have not studied it, and he got me. "

Emperor penguins, Antarctica

The best photos of National Geographic February 2014

"It seems that these penguins have never seen a man in the water, - says photographer Paul Nicklen. - But they lacked a couple of seconds to realize that I do not represent danger to them. They safely swim and allowed me to be around. "