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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…

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…

photo by @randyolson | words by @neilshea13  In those days we ate many more animals including hippos and crocodiles and most of all perch biggest and best of the lake fish. We hunted by mood and season and men often went below water with their spears walking the mud-bottom stirring up creatures for the cook-fires. Hunters learned to hold their breath and open their eyes to join the water-world and forget for a while the world of air. Sinking and staying under took skill. Stalking was real…

photo by @randyolson | words by @neilshea13 In those days we ate many more animals including hippos and crocodiles and most of all perch biggest and best of the lake fish. We hunted by mood and season and men often went below water with their spears walking the mud-bottom stirring up creatures for the cook-fires. Hunters learned to hold their breath and open their eyes to join the water-world and forget for a while the world of air. Sinking and staying under took skill. Stalking was real…

iPhone photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder. Lovely light on the field and fence row near Bear Creek Montana. On assignment for @natgeo in the GYE. by natgeo

iPhone photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder. Lovely light on the field and fence row near Bear Creek Montana. On assignment for @natgeo in the GYE. by natgeo

photo by @randyolson | words by @neilshea13  The El Molo who live closest to the water say the east wind Parkan is the worst. In its season which is nearly every season this wind bangs down day and night across Lake Turkana bludgeoning the water and scattering the fish and sometimes drowning the fishers. But men are brave men are foolish and above all men are hungry so even against this wind they contend pushing out in sailboats or aboard rafts made of palm logs which drive clumsy as sleds…

photo by @randyolson | words by @neilshea13 The El Molo who live closest to the water say the east wind Parkan is the worst. In its season which is nearly every season this wind bangs down day and night across Lake Turkana bludgeoning the water and scattering the fish and sometimes drowning the fishers. But men are brave men are foolish and above all men are hungry so even against this wind they contend pushing out in sailboats or aboard rafts made of palm logs which drive clumsy as sleds…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of Narwhals rest on the surface in the waters of the high arctic off Canadas Navy Board Inlet. Narwhals are called the unicorn whale due to their tusk which is actually a canine tooth that protrudes from the animals lip. Male narwhal tusks can grow to lengths of nearly nine feet. Coverage from an upcoming story in @natgeo about climate change in the arctic and the effect on wildlife and culture. For more ocean animal pics follow @BrianSkerry @thephotosociety…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of Narwhals rest on the surface in the waters of the high arctic off Canadas Navy Board Inlet. Narwhals are called the unicorn whale due to their tusk which is actually a canine tooth that protrudes from the animals lip. Male narwhal tusks can grow to lengths of nearly nine feet. Coverage from an upcoming story in @natgeo about climate change in the arctic and the effect on wildlife and culture. For more ocean animal pics follow @BrianSkerry @thephotosociety…

Photo by Pete McBride @pedromcbride // Staring into the abyss  the land of hidden secrets painted deserts and sacred routes  which are all linked to one lifeline  the Colorado River. Aerial perspective of Marble Canyon which forms the upper stretch of the #GrandCanyon. I am gearing up to explore much of this challenging landscape soon for @natgeo. #chasingrivers #aerial #marble #petemcbride #arizona #coloradoriver by natgeo

Photo by Pete McBride @pedromcbride // Staring into the abyss the land of hidden secrets painted deserts and sacred routes which are all linked to one lifeline the Colorado River. Aerial perspective of Marble Canyon which forms the upper stretch of the #GrandCanyon. I am gearing up to explore much of this challenging landscape soon for @natgeo. #chasingrivers #aerial #marble #petemcbride #arizona #coloradoriver by natgeo

Last piece for PIDA wip @hashimotocontemporary by soeymilky

Last piece for PIDA wip @hashimotocontemporary by soeymilky

Photo by @amivitale. Thank you for the incredible outpouring of love after the loss of beloved black rhino Kilifi. Kilifi was a great ambassador for all rhinos and taught us that man and wildlife can coexist in harmony. Please show your support and get engaged by following Lewa Wildlife Conservancy (@lewa_wildlife) the Northern Rangelands Trust (@nrt_kenya) and The Nature Conservancy in Africa (@nature_africa). We will pass on your comments to the rangers who lovingly protect these rhinos…

Photo by @amivitale. Thank you for the incredible outpouring of love after the loss of beloved black rhino Kilifi. Kilifi was a great ambassador for all rhinos and taught us that man and wildlife can coexist in harmony. Please show your support and get engaged by following Lewa Wildlife Conservancy (@lewa_wildlife) the Northern Rangelands Trust (@nrt_kenya) and The Nature Conservancy in Africa (@nature_africa). We will pass on your comments to the rangers who lovingly protect these rhinos…

#drawing something by dilkabear

#drawing something by dilkabear

Photo by / @melissalesh and @tbfrost / a saltwater crocodile rests beneath the surface of the water in a billabong in Northern Australia. Crocodiles are extraordinary hunters the worlds best after humans. A sixteen foot 1500 pound crocodile can remain undetected in as little as three feet of water. For more cool crocodile photos from my nat geo crocodile project please follow me @tbfrost by natgeo

Photo by / @melissalesh and @tbfrost / a saltwater crocodile rests beneath the surface of the water in a billabong in Northern Australia. Crocodiles are extraordinary hunters the worlds best after humans. A sixteen foot 1500 pound crocodile can remain undetected in as little as three feet of water. For more cool crocodile photos from my nat geo crocodile project please follow me @tbfrost by natgeo

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