Rosemarie Shallow

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11 of the Clearest Bodies of Water in the Entire World

In the Maldives, you can see the ocean floor from your hotel room.<p>If you've ever said "pass" to jumping into a lake, because it was so murky you couldn't see your feet, you're no alone. The feeling can be, well, unsettling. But you'll never run into that problem at these lakes, bays or coastlines. …


If this photo doesn't scream summer, we don't know one that would. Great photo of Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge (Viginia) by Tyrone Singletary (

Photo by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto. This is New Jersey? It's the Duke Farms in Hillsborough. Mike will be teaching a photo workshop here in October, his first in the Garden State. #sunflowers #dukefarms #newjersey Here's the link:

Photo @ladzinski / Nothing compliments a colorful sunrise sky like a colorful foreground. Spring wildflower blooms in the #CedarbergWildernessArea of South Africa are truly world renowned, painting the fields in vibrancy. @natgeocreative @andy_mann @coryrichards @3stringsproductions #Earth365

Photo @pedromcbride (Pete McBride) Floating the Upper Navua River in Fiji is beyond description. Working on a short film about this"tropical Grand Canyon" for @oars_rafting. Amazing story of #conservation by local landowners, a mining company and a government entity. #riversfiji #island #rivers #wild #remote #slotcanyon @thephotosociety

Monday is the National Park Service 98th birthday & all entrance fees will be waived to celebrate. Like this photo to help spread the word! Photo @GlaicerNPS by Marc Smith

Photo by @BrianSkerry Coral Gardens - Marine scientist Enric Sala explores the pristine coral reef environment of Millennium Island in the Central, South Pacific. Most reef environments today have less than 30% coral cover, but in these remote Southern Line Islands coral typically covers 85-100% of the bottom. Much of this region is being protected thanks to National Geographic’s Pristine Seas project. Coverage from the story ‘A World Apart’ in the September issue of @natgeo. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #pristineseas #kiribati #subal _________________________________________


@paulnicklen on assignment for @natgeo. Emperor Penguins rocket to the surface. They release millions of micro bubbles from their feathers in order to reduce the amount of friction between their bodies and the water, allowing them to accelerate to much greater speeds to avoid leopard seal predation. Leopard seals hide under the ice edge, waiting to ambush the penguins at this moment when they are most vulnerable. @sea_legacy @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #nature #wildlife #penguins #picoftheday #instagramhub #marineprotectedareas

20 amazing cliffside beaches around the world | CNN Travel - High Quality Luxury Blog


<i>Sea Cliffs, Normandy, France</i>

New Suspect Identified in Supernova Explosion Supernovas are often thought of as the tremendous explosions that mark the ends of massive stars' lives. While this is true, not all supernovas occur in this fashion. A common supernova class, called Type Ia, involves the detonation of white dwarfs -- small, dense stars that are already dead. New results from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope have revealed a rare example of Type Ia explosion, in which a dead star "fed" off an aging star like a cosmic zombie, triggering a blast. The results help researchers piece together how these powerful and diverse events occur. Supernovas are essential factories in the cosmos, churning out heavy metals, including the iron contained in our blood. Type Ia supernovas tend to blow up in consistent ways, and thus have been used for decades to help scientists study the size and expansion of our universe. Researchers say that these events occur when white dwarfs -- the burnt-out corpses of stars like our sun -- explode. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Goddard #nasagoddard #supernova #space #star #galaxy #science #STEM

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey), flying low over the #RuthGlacier in #DenaliNationalPark, Alaska, on assignment for @natgeo magazine.

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