Madagascar Day Gecko

The combination of my passion for the natural world and my love of macro photography resulted in this shot of a baby Madagascar day gecko hiding in a succulent plant on my back deck in Spreckelsville, Maui. In the morning before work, I love to take my coffee with me to my . . . → Read More: Madagascar Day Gecko

Tokai Forest, South Africa

This Month in Photo of the Day: The Stories Behind Your Shots

I woke up early to go take some photos of a haunted mansion in Tokai in Cape Town. I got lost down a dirt road of sorts and noticed how gorgeous the heavy mist looked as it hung low over . . . → Read More: Tokai Forest, South Africa

This is not Antarctica, but Pakistan

How many of you believe its Pakistan ? We posted the same a few months back and many people claimed it is somewhere in antartica..

But this is Pakistan – The largest cluster of glaciers outside polar world lies here in Pakistan.

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Amazing facts about Pakistan

Sneak peak: Germany’s Rose Monday Parade

Here’s a glimpse into Germany’s traditional Rose Monday carnival parade in the city of Duesseldorf. Revelers took to the streets with papier-mache dummies mocking politicians and satirical messages on social issues, marching down the lanes of Germany.

A carnival float with papier-mache depicting German Social democratic Party (SPD) top candidate for Germany’s upcoming general elections, . . . → Read More: Sneak peak: Germany’s Rose Monday Parade

World’s toughest road trips

Karakoram Highway, Pakistan and China

Karakoram Highway, Pakistan and China

Whether you are desperately revving your car’s engine to clear a narrow pass or grinding through an endless expanse of sand in a 4X4, these five roads have gained a reputation for being among the most brutal in the world. A centuries-old trading trail . . . → Read More: World’s toughest road trips

Stand for Justice: Supporting what’s right

Kayaking in the Seymor Canyon, Canada

“Seymour Canyon is my favorite place to kayak. It is one of the most beautiful runs I have ever done, and I don’t have to travel far to get to it,” says longtime kayaker John Irvine, who first ran this river about 20 years ago. “When we first ran it in the early nineties, we . . . → Read More: Kayaking in the Seymor Canyon, Canada

The world celebrates Eidul Fitr

For many Muslims around the world, Eidul Fitr was celebrated on August 19, 2012.

Preserving the endangered

Members of the Indonesian national police and the special crime unit inspecting 14 seized preserved bodies of critically-endangered Sumatran tigers at a warehouse in Cibubur, south of Jakarta.

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