Happy Earth Day blog friends. Today I thought it would be fun to put together a collection of some of my favorite blogs we’ve done that feature all the beautiful places on this Earth. We’ve done a lot of blogs about it so I couldn’t feature all of my favorites, but we hope you can enjoy a few of these beautiful pictures. Tell us, what’s your most favorite place in the world?
When I see images of the great outdoors, my heart aches to travel to those places. Seriously, there are some absolutely beautiful places in the world. And many of those places will be free to visit this upcoming week…
Every year nearly 2 million herbivores–mostly wildebeest–living in the grasslands of Africa make a journey from Tanzani’s Serengeti Plains north to Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve. (View an interactive map here.) This 1800 mile journey is a constant migration in order to find food and fresh water. As the land dries out, the animals must move on in order to survive.
Rainbows have to be one of the most beautiful sights that nature produces. Without fail they will make us stop and stare and put a smile on our face. Their timing is impeccable, as they often show after a heavy rain…
I’ve always wanted to travel north just to get a look at the Aurora Borealis. (Or I suppose I could travel south to see its counterpart, the Aurora Australis.) The pictures of this phenomenon are so spectacular that seeing it in person has to be at least ten times better.
There are cool pictures, then there are those that just take your breath away. At Newscom, we have them both.
In celebration of the 10th of March, we bring you 10 photos of spring. Is it too early to be wishing for spring? Because I may have developed a serious case of spring fever this morning … I need to see birds, flowers, sunbeams and I even want to clean. Continue reading →
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