And will you check out the Most Excellent Ground Clearance! Photo by Mark Bridger, National Geographic Your Shot..sent in by Vajda B.
We’d have to agree with the headline sent our way by Carmen C. For above, she says “I can literally (well, almost) feel the softness at the tips of my fingers and the cheeks of my face!!” (A cygnet peers out from its mother’s wing at a local pond in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.) And for the Llama below, “this one is one of the prettiest pouts I’ve ever seen!” (Taken at Bolivia’s Laguna Colorado salt lake.)
~Le Creditos: Hover and caption info from NG. Featured image photograph by John Halvorson, National Geographic Your Shot. Second image by Esther Buttery: This photo and caption were submitted to the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
Are you here for the winery tour? by Greg Snell:
Solo surfer by Mark Connell:
Dancing with crabs by Sharon Powers:
Family affection by Vanessa Donaldson:
Himalayan dog by Sebastian Wahlhuette:
Gooooooood Monday morning, C.O. Campers! Back with another batch of swell photos from the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. First up, Vole in a Hole, by Mark Bridger in East Malling, Kent UK:
Gorilla Surprise by Ying Xiao, also at Volcanoes National Park:
Owl Stretch by Mohd Khorshid in Kuwait:
Chipmunk Love by Helen Rogosin in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada:
C.O. Thanx 2 Marilyn T., Chief Researcher at National Geographic Traveler magazine.
A new week means more new stuff from the folks at the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. Leading off, a Mom Penguin and her little guys, who are curious about SOMEthing. Imagine that. Photo from Steve Zonka.
Next, a little featured creature sayin’ hi, from Leonardo Neves.
And a teeny tiny lizard by Corinne Field.