The wilderness that covers most of Canada is so wonderfully exemplified by the Kluane National Park.
I am not sure how one decides which is the north or south pole of the Moon, but someone made the call, and this is a composite photo of the North Pole of the Moon, by NASA.
A baby fox is known as a cub, a pup, or a kit, but this tiny baby from Scotland is only concerned with that next helping of milk.
If this gorilla, from the Cameroon, is the animal that preceded humans, what comes next?
I’m constantly amazed that one of the world’s most modern cities is to be found in Central Asia: Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan
Perched on a hillside, overlooking the bowl that is Kyoto City, Japan, the temple known as Kiyomizu-dera looks good by day, and looks good by night.
Waterfalls are one of the most spectacular and explosive sights in nature, and what really captures my attention is that they don’t appear for a fleeting moment and then disappear for a while, they are non-stop phenomena.
The Ekom Nkam Falls in the jungles of the Cameroon have amuddy tinge to them, presumably from the riverbed silt that they deposit on the rocks below, nature at work.