14 Apr '11, 3pm

#BlueAugust2011 ~Appreciate Our Planet with Amazing Photography - Planet Green via @PlanetGreen

#BlueAugust2011 ~Appreciate Our Planet with Amazing Photography - Planet Green via @PlanetGreen

The beauty and complexity of our planet is endless. From the bottom of the ocean to the top of Mount Everest, there are many diverse ecosystems filled with amazing wildlife. Through the use of photography, we all have access to these astounding places, some that we never dreamed of reaching. We’ve put together a list of our top slideshows , showcasing the best in nature photography. Whether it’s an unbelievable shot of an ordinary lake, or an inside look at mountaintop mining, these pictures give the viewer an opportunity to marvel at our planet, and get a new perspective of our environmental impact. Take a moment to enjoy the wonders with our top picks for nature photography. 1. Most Stunning Bodies of Water in the World Photo Credit: Jupiterimages From oceans, to lakes, to dead seas and more, view these amazing photographs of some of the world’s most impressive bodies of...

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