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Polar bears in sunset

They’re usually pictured against a bright white backdrop but this family of polar bears bathed in a vibrant reds, yellows and oranges as they watched a glorious sunset in Alaska.

The stunning shots capture the moment a female bear and her two cubs enjoyed the last warm rays of the sun at the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Kaktovik. The bears can be seen gazing at the vibrant sunset and appear to revel in the tranquil moment as they bask in the array of colors.

Photographer, Sylvain Cordier, spent three weeks following the bears to capture the memorable moment. The 67-year-old from Alsace in France said: I was lucky because I was photographing a very calm and cooperative mother and her two large cubs.

(Photos by Caters News/Sylvain Cordier)

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celestial-navigation:

Why penguins climb icebergs will always be a mystery to me. 

(Source: Flickr / gengen, via celestial-navigation)

capturedphotos:

The Path to the Sea

Sunset Beach, Treasure Island, Florida

Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil  

crookedindifference:

Had some amazing sunset views on my flight to Seattle.

(via n-a-s-a)

expressiveexpression:

Queenstown, New Zealand

By IngCK

icelandicphoto:

A small waterfall of fresh spring water from the mountains. Best drinking water you can get

noahsiano:

The river was lit up with the sun’s rays.

Noah Siano

(Source: noahsiano.tk, via noahsiano)

tynanphillipsphotography:

Europe Trip: Day 15: in the air! on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Flying over some ice bergs. Either in Greenland or in Nunavut or Northwest Territories, Canada.

Taken in the air on August 13th, 2009.

tynanphillipsphotography:

A calming sea on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
A beautiful calm descends on the sea this evening.

Taken on September 19th, 2009.

skeptv:

How Coral Grows

Set out on an underwater adventure to the scene below the waves around Andros Island - one of the largest barrier reefs in the world - with DIORAMA at The American Museum of Natural History. For more, visit http://thirteen.org/diorama/ The astounding colors and shapes of the Caribbean’s Andros Reef are created by colonies of small, soft-bodied coral polyps whose hard skeletons form the unearthly architecture of the reef’s structure. While you’re there, go way back in a film reel time machine to a 1930’s Andros. See scientists and artists study, document, and even paint underwater with the aid of diving suits, in order to recreate this subsurface setting.

Features interviews with AMNH scientists and curators Melanie Stiassny and John Sparks.

via PBS Diorama.

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tynanphillipsphotography:

Darkness reclaims the land 1 on Flickr.

Beautiful silhouetted mountains lit up by the last of the day’s sunlight.  Taken January 2nd, 2014 on Denman Island, BC, Canada.

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Photos by Javier Andres

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