These 12 National Geographic Photos of the World’s Greatest Landscapes Will Fill You with Wonder
Talented photographers from 'National Geographic' traveled the world to capture photos of nature's raw beauty. What they found will stun you.
Isle of Skye, Scotland
Verdant grasses swathe the land around the tower of rock known as Castle Ewen. Photo by Kerstin Enderlein.
Morning fog settles over a field of wildflowers. Photo by Teruo Araya.
Inyo National Forest, California
Weathered twisting branches of an ancient bristlecone pine seem to dance. Photo by Ken Lee. (Here are more spectacular photos of America’s national parks.)
Okayama Prefecture, Japan
Fireflies form blinking rivers of light in a still woodland. Photo by Trevor Williams.
San Francisco, California
A span of the Golden Gate Bridge peeks above low-hanging morning fog. Photo by Dave Gordon.
Cortes Banks, Pacific Ocean
A sheepshead fish (foreground) and señorita fish swim through a kelp forest. Photo by Brian Skerry.
Trees in a winter field hold a soft dusting of snow. Photo by Robert Fulton.
Cold Icelandic waters catch the aurora borealis’s iridescence. Photo by Thierry Bornier. For more of National Geographic’s Landscape Photography, check out Greatest Landscapes: Stunning Photographs That Inspire and Astonish.