Tamuning Area of Guam
A woman poses for a friend outside the entrance to a Restaurant in the Tamuning area of Guam.
In 2016, 162,742 people resided on Guam.
Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images
Tengger volcanic complex, Indonesia
This is part of a national park on the Indonesian island of Java that lies within a large caldera – the remains of an volcano that erupted more than 45,000 years ago.
In this view, the volcanic cones comprising the Tengger complex are at the centre, with smoke coming from Mount Bromo.
In the distance is Mount Semeru.
Image Credit: Photograph by EC Tong/Imagelibrary India Pvt
With Fungi, the Australian photographer Steve Axford opens the doors to the fascinating world of fungi and mushrooms, capturing the diversity, bright colors and amazing shapes of these organisms.
But do not be deceived, behind these beautiful creations often hide poisonous and deadly mushrooms…
The beautiful landscapes of Alban Henderyckx
The fascinating landscapes of French photographer and traveller Alban Henderyckx, who captures scenes from around the world in sublime images, from the Arctic to the Indian Ocean through Europe…
Photo: A young Marlon Brando with his dog.
Art Shay, who has died aged 96, photographed celebrities, politicians and ordinary Americans during a career that spanned 70 years.
Born in 1922, Shay grew up in the Bronx and then served as a navigator in the U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II, during which he flew 52 bomber missions.
Shay joined the staff of as a writer, and quickly became a Life magazine Chicago-based freelance photographer for Life, , Time , and other national publications. Sports Illustrated
Photo: Shay captured the hula hoop craze of the 1950s.
He photographed seven US Presidents and many major figures of the 20th century.
Shay also wrote weekly columns for various newspapers, several plays, children’s books, sports instruction books and several photo essay books.
Although rare, full cloud inversions are something we know well here, covering the same phenomena over the last few years both here and here.
This particular timelapse image by filmmaker Harun Mehmedinovic captures how beautifully the descending clouds imitate waves when trapped within the Grand Canyon, undulating against the uppermost edges of the natural wonder’s deep valley.