Go take a look at this site and feast your eyes on the largest panoramic image ever taken:
They took 70000 images to make it!
"The astonishing majesty of this impressive white giant is too wide to be represented either in words or images. You have to be there to feel it. But now, you can grab that rarefied atmosphere through the highest resolution panorama ever made: a way to know, explore and feel the Mont Blanc. No matter if you’re not an alpinist or a photographer: from now onwards the highest mountain in Europe will be part of your life like never before."
I travelled to Papua New Guinea for 1 month and went to see the biggest tribal gathering in the world. It happen every year in the highlands of the country, a town call Goroka.The festival bring thousand of people coming from all over the country to share the traditional way of life from the different tribes of the country.
My Photos From The Biggest Tribal Gathering In The World. | Bored Panda
Strong spring storms producing multiple tornadoes and flooding have hit the United States over the last week. In Texas, a twister struck the town of Van last night damaging 30 percent of the community and killing two, according to authorities.
Tornadoes rip through US - The Big Picture - The Boston Globe
The prestigious Venice Biennale kicks off this weekend, exhibiting contemporary artists from 89 countries around the world for the 56th year. The city of Venice will be buzzing with art aficionados and enthusiasts viewing throughout the Arsenal, pavilions and locations throughout the historic city.
2015 Venice Biennale - The Big Picture - The Boston Globe
Sunlight shines through falling snow in Vladimir, Russia, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
Spring Snowfall Image, Russia -- National Geographic Photo of the Day
The recent civil war in Yemen prompted neighboring Saudi Arabia to intervene militarily six weeks ago, launching airstrikes, bombing targets from border stations, shelling from the sea, and establishing a blockade.
(graphic images ahead) The Saudi Arabia-Yemen War of 2015 - The Atlantic
Mars Curiosity Rover captured quite a nice pic! Very Ansel Adams...
This image was taken by Mastcam: Left (MAST_LEFT) onboard NASA's Mars rover Curiosity on Sol 956 (2015-04-15 15:50:31 UTC).
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
NASA just released these photos for Earth Day 2015:
New land is forming at the mouths of the Wax Lake Outlet and the Atchafalaya River.
The Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 captured this view of a phytoplankton bloom near Alaska’s Pribilof Islands on Sept. 22, 2014. The Pribilofs are surrounded by nutrient-rich waters in the Bering Sea. The milky green and light blue shading of the water indicates the presence of vast populations of microscopic phytoplankton.
Located in the northwest corner of Greenland, Leidy Glacier is fed by ice from the Academy Glacier (upstream and inland). As Leidy approaches the sea, it is diverted around the tip of an island that separates the Olriks Fjord to the south and Academy Cove to the north. The resulting crisscross pattern is simply the result of ice flowing along the peninsula.
Expedition 42 Flight Engineer Terry Virts marked the 100th anniversary of the Rocky Mountain National Park with this photograph taken from the International Space Station.
From the International Space Station, Expedition 42 Flight Engineer Barry Wilmore took this photograph of the Great Lakes and central U.S. on Dec. 7, 2014, and posted it to social media.
One of the Expedition 40 crew members aboard the International Space Station photographed this nighttime image showing city lights in at least half a dozen southern states from some 225 miles above the home planet.
Located in the Brabazon Range of southeastern Alaska, Yakutat Glacier is one of the fastest retreating glaciers in the world. It is the primary outlet for the 810-square kilometer (310-square mile) Yakutat ice field, which drains into Harlequin Lake and, ultimately, the Gulf of Alaska.
European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst posted this photograph taken from the International Space Station to social media on Aug. 29, 2014.
The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aboard NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this true-color image on June 5, 2014 as a spring bloom of phytoplankton lingered in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Iceland.
Ice, wind, cold temperatures and ocean waters combined to created dramatic cloud formations over the Bering Sea in late January, 2015.
A new book released this week highlights how the view from space with Earth-orbiting sensors is being used to protect some of the world’s most interesting, changing, and threatened places. From space, Egmont National Park in New Zealand shows the benefits and limitations of protected areas.
NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted this photo from the International Space Station on Tuesday morning, Sept. 2, 2014.
NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman shared this image of Yellowstone via his twitter account this morning. Wiseman later tweeted: “We cranked up our #Soyuz this morning and test fired all the thrusters. Everything worked flawlessly – ready for a Sunday departure.” – @astro_reid
This image shows the northeastern United States on Jan. 28, 2015, following intense winter weather in New England and the surrounding area.
NASA’s Terra satellite captured the March 20, 2015 solar eclipse’s shadow over clouds in the Arctic Ocean.
European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti took this photograph of the island of Hawaii and posted it to social media on Feb. 28, 2015.
One of the Expedition 40 crew members aboard the International Space Station recorded this early evening photo of the entire Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) on July 26, 2014.
From the Earth-orbiting International Space Station, flying some 225 nautical miles above the Caribbean Sea in the early morning hours of July 15, NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman photographed this north-looking panorama that includes parts of Cuba, the Bahamas and Florida, and even runs into several other areas in the southeastern U.S.
From the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly took this photograph over Australia and posted it to social media on April 6, 2015.
ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti photographed the Gulf of Aden and Horn of Africa from the International Space Station.
Expedition 40 Flight Engineer Alexander Gerst of the European Space Agency posted this photograph of windswept valleys in Northern Africa, taken from the International Space Station, to social media on July 6, 2014.
view more of these photos on the NASA website