Angelina Salas

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Parques en el mundo para enamorarse

article<p>Imagina lo que sería pasear con tu pareja por hermosos jardines y esplendorosos lagos. Pues deja de soñar y hazlo realidad en alguno de estos …

SantaCon 2015 in Pictures

¿Cómo sabrán juntas la manzana y la zanahoria? Compruébalo probando esta ensalada

Como todos los Lunes, os dejo un plato sencillo y sano. Es una ensalada depurativa y refrescante, donde el yogurt, la manzana y la zanahoria combinan …

The Last Men - Photographs and text by Camille M. | LensCulture

<i>Camille M. is one of the 50 best emerging photographers for 2015, as voted by the eight-member international jury for the LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards 2015. Here is her winning entry and her artist’s statement. View her profile to learn more about her and to see more of her great work.</i><p>These …

🏆F O T O D E L D I A🏆 🚩COLOMBIANOS EN EL EXTERIOR🚩 Felicitaciones @marip_osa_ Localización: Florida, USA Etiqueta tus fotos del mundo con el Tag #IGERSCOLOMBIAEXT Foto seleccionada por @acedanoa 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆

Photo by @randyolson | words by @neilshea13 — Halfway between Alia Bay and Kalokol a dark island rises and from it the mouths of two volcanoes open skyward. They are dead now and water-filled, and for those who make the crossing each contains a marvel. To the west, shallower and rimmed with grass, is the lagoon of crocodiles. To the east, down steeper trails, lies the lake of flamingoes. Marco Polo might have told of these twin cities, separated by a tall rampart of rock. Or Herodotus, who wrote of winged serpents that swarmed out of the Arabian desert and the heroic ibises who met and killed them before they could reach Egypt. Either man might have observed the customs of the species here, noted how they respect borders, never trespassing, and described how in seclusion they live and die, breed and lay, shielded by their citadel walls. On a hot afternoon we climbed the eastern rim, stopped for a breath, and stared into this pink chaos: ten-thousand flamingoes wheezing and guzzling below, a stadium filled with murmurs and farting. Their smell and noise smothered—a dense gauze that made us blink and laugh—and we stumbled to the fetid, feather-coated lake. We spent hours trying to learn something but each time we drew near the great flock lifted and flapped away. All those bodies, all those wings and silly dangling legs. They were like beads tossed at carnival, or some bubble

Photo by @BrianSkerry A tiny seahorse swims just below the surface of the water within a mangrove in #Belize. Mangroves are critical habitat for many sea creatures and a natural nursery for juvenile animals. This seahorse has the ability to mimic the surrounding habit on its body in an effort to camouflage itself. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeo. @thephotosociety #seahorse #underwater #nikonnofilter #nikonambassador #nature #mangroves

Sunday in the jungle 🚣🏼Domingo en la selva #BuenosDiasPeru #Peru 🌴🌴#PuertoMaldonado . Si te gusta la foto, compártela tagueando a quienes más quieras. Foto gracias al #igersperu @craighowes . Para ser destacados: Agrega #IGERSPERU Sigue a @igersperu

Sandstone cliffs, beaches, sand dunes, waterfalls, lakes, forest and shoreline beckon you to visit #PicturedRocks National Lakeshore in #Michigan. Pictured here is the park’s #MosquitoBeach -- a gorgeous, isolated beach that is the perfect place to take in the scenic beauty of #LakeSuperior. Stormy #sunset by Steve Perry (

Cataratas de #Ahuashiyacu, el paraíso existe y esta en #Tarapoto 😍 . Si te gusta la foto, compártela tagueando a quienes más quieras. Foto #igersperu del día gracias a @roosaviitala y @chicotitooo . Para destacar tus fotos: Agrega #IGERSPERU Sigue a @igersperu

After lowering gear all morning from the extreme heat of the Yucatan Peninsula, into the depths of this cenote, my partner @cristinamittermeier takes a dip into the cool waters in this beautiful cavernous swimming hole. I had already framed up the Mayan skulls for a shot with the shafts of light and loved how this serendipitous and tender moment appeared connecting the surface world with the dark secrets of an eerie past. There are no above ground rivers in the Yucatan and all the water runs through and underground maze of subterranean rivers. Occasionally, the ground breaks to reveal one of these waterways to form beautiful cenotes. Dozens of tourists swim here every day completely unaware of the large ancient Mayan burial site just below the surface. Ancient Maya believed that the rain god Chaak resided in caves and natural wells called cenotes and that is where they buried the human sacrifices they made to call for rain. As I approach 1 million followers on @paulnicklen I can’t express my gratitude enough for the chance to work for the best journalistic publication in the world. Thank you @natgeo for all of life changing opportunities to explore, photograph and share stories from the most remote corners of the planet. I am also grateful for the incredible people I get to work with and most of all, I am grateful to all of the wildlife that has allowed me to tell their story. Please #follow me as we pursue the next chapter of this journey and share those images and stories on #instagram #gratitude #nature #wildlife #keepitwild #@natgeo @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #love #beauty #love #culture #diving #rebreather #light

Great Barrier Reef, Australia | May 12, 2015 One more from the bucket list with @marvilacar at the Great Barrier Reef. #iphoneonly #GBR #lifeproof #australia #photojournalism #nature #underthesea

Photograph by @paulnicklen // Emperor Penguins court one another as they prepare to feed their hungry chick. I spent 6 weeks camping on the sea ice with these 70 pound, 40 inch tall penguins. The truly exciting part of this story was how they released millions of micro-bubbles from their feathers to reduce friction against the water, ultimately doubling their in-water speeds to avoid leopard seal predation. Please follow me on @paulnicklen to see this incredible physiological adaptation in action. I am so excited to share stories from the field this coming week on May 17, 18 and 19th ( 3 evenings and two matinees) at the Benaroya Hall in Seattle for NG LIVE. Definitely one of my favorite audiences in one of my favorite venues. Apparently it is sold out (nothing to do me and everything to do with NG's great relationship with this enthusiastic city) but I hope to see you there regardless.…/seattle-speaker-ser…