National Geographic – Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012

As I personally love National Geographic Collection and i know our visitors like it to, Here We offer you a large selection of the best photos from National Geographic of March. Please note that most photos are available in high resolution and can be used as wallpaper for your desktop.

1. The tanker lies off the coast of Kuwait since the Iran-Iraq war. Kuwaiti authorities are unwilling to remove it, feared, because it may break with the works of the ecosystem of nearby lakes. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (1)  2. Goals bleached Navajo Sandstone cliffs and covered with many cracks, small lakes on the White Pocket still reflect the cloudless sky of Arizona. (Richard Barnes, National Geographic)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (2)  3.  Bank of the River Yesil, muscle guys show the girls on the beach and on the other side on fishermen in the hope to catch a fish. (Gerd Ludwig, National Geographic)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (3)  4. Mongolia – a vast ocean of steppe grasses. Three million people live their life in this country larger than Alaska. (Mark Leong, National Geographic)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (4)5. Snowmelt in the Shadow Creek, California. (Peter Essick, National Geographic)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (5)  6. Employees Fund for Nature David Sheldrick in Nairobi, Kenya, covered with elephant Shukurov, to protect him from the cold rain. (Michael Nichols, National Geographic)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (6)  7. Boulders and ruts in the rocks they are over 92 million years of age, the path of the glacier. Yosemite National Park. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (7)8. In March 2005 Because of an earthquake the island of Pulau ball dropped a meter, Indonesia  and now the night-tide day recaptures the people in their homes. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (8)  9. The water in these hot springs in South Africa – the condensation of hot gases in magma chambers. Sulfur and algae stains in such an unusual color, and when it evaporates, salt and other crystals form here such strange shapes. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (9)  10. Statue of King James in full growth in the palace at Hatfield. This mansion was built by his secretary, Robert Cecil in 1611, shortly after the Bible was printed by King James. (Jim Richardson, National Geographic)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (10)  11. Snake River National Wildlife Refuge in the Bridger-Treton, Wyoming. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (11)  12. Beach Resort in Dubai. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (12)  13. The descent into the cave in Australia, the photographer Carsten Peter’s idea is that the Earth itself feeds on it. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (13)  14. Rhinos in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. (Brent Stirton, National Geographic)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (14)  15. Flooded yard – a common phenomenon for the fishermen who live on islands in the Jamuna River, Bangladesh. These people are the real experts on survival, tolerate the hardships brought by the local climate. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (15)  16. Peatlands in Moon Point, Australia. (Peter Essick, National Geographic)

National Geographic - Desktop Wallpapers From March 2012 (16)  17. Two bay, owned by Buster and Helen Brown, go AWOL. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

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18. In the courts of the Saami in Scandinavia frames “Lavut” – a common sight. These designs are intended for smoking meat and tents. Converted into a dwelling Lavut, here wind gusts up to 75 miles per hour. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

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19. Once the blocking of roads,by river Chongechon in 2005 was returned to its original form, and now again it flows into the center of Seoul. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

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20. Quiver trees, as the ominous hour, standing under the stars in the Namib Desert.  these trees feed Nectar from the flowers to the local birds and insects. (Frans Lanting, National Geographic)

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21. The reefs in the waters of Saudi Arabia – one of the most pristine ecosystems of the Red Sea man. The sun’s rays penetrate deep into the water and cover the bottom off the coast. (Thomas P. Peschak, National Geographic)

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22. The moon lights up the northern slope of K2. (Tommy Heinrich, National Geographic)

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23. When the chicks flamingo executed after few weeks, their parents leave them and go in search of food. But few adult birds are still around and protect them from dogs and jaguars. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

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24. Cowboy preparing for the fair district Merayyas. Despite the general mechanization of farms and ranches, rodeo tradition is alive. (William Albert Allard, National Geographic)

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25. Tannin beach at Fraser Island, Australia. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

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26. Icy leaves. (Peter Essick, National Geographic)

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27. The camp Soren Hansen and Engyager sled dogs at the station Nord in Greenland. (Fritz Hoffmann, National Geographic)

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28. Taksim Square, Istanbul. (National Geographic Magazine Features)

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29. Dozens of camels carrying 2.2 tons of equipment to the Chinese camp, through the valley of the river Shaksgam. (Tommy Heinrich, National Geographic)

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30. Eartha Ale volcano, Ethiopia. (George Steinmetz, National Geographic)

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31. Residents of Santa Rosa dos-Pretos dancing, celebrating the recovery of its neighbor. (Tyrone Turner, National Geographic)

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