A dwarf minke whale cuts through the water, its many throat grooves clearly visible. Image credit Steffen Binke
I was watching a few eagles fishing in the Boise River when I captured these two fighting. Or maybe they were playing “King of the
An expedition member walks on the cooled lava floor, turned red by the reflected glow of a lake, of a caldera in Nyiragongo volcano in
Though Friday’s Japan earthquake—which spawned a tsunami and damaged a nuclear power plant—was the largest to strike the country since the dawn of modern seismology,
“Gained merit in battle” reads the epitaph of two of the 231 eminent Shaolin monks honored with shrines in the Pagoda Forest.
I took this photo at Six Flags Marine World in Vallejo, California, in 2004. The trainers were throwing meat into a small pool to demonstrate
The world’s “sleeping giants” can wake up much quicker than thought, according to a new volcano model. Scientists believe the magma chambers—or reservoirs of molten
I took this picture from the popular view in Reine, Lofoten. I saw the weather changing from the kitchen window, so I grabbed the camera
I took this picture in Guadalajara, which is very well known for its skateboarding culture and locations.
Large powerful storms can be nearly a daily occurrence during the summer months on the South Dakota plains. This one felt very mysterious as it