美国国家地理图片- 珍藏摄影图片下载(2)

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Photograph by Len Jenshel

摄影作品说明:重大的楼梯样的边区村落建筑,美国犹他州,1999。那带有条纹的红色岩石山脉,湛蓝色的天空俯瞰一个饱经风霜的边区村落在犹他州的重大的国家纪念碑。犹他州的南部是:“红石村”。纪念碑的命名在1996年。该地区大小是:一千九百万英亩,部分地区是炎热的,富有的矿物石茫茫一片受到美国保护。
Grand Staircase-Escalante Outpost, Utah, 1999,Striated red-rock mountains capped by a piercingly blue sky overlook a weather-beaten outpost in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Part of southern Utah’s “red rock country,” Grand Staircase-Escalante was named a national monument in 1996, adding a 1.9-million-acre (768,903-hectare) slice of parched, mineral-rich wilderness to U.S. protected lands.

 

 


Photograph by Rudy Sulgan/Corbis

摄影作品说明:麦克阿瑟大桥。在迈阿密(美国佛罗里达州东南部港口市),麦克阿瑟的堤道大桥十分明亮,那是夜总会发出的粉红色和紫色色调,使得大桥装饰的更加灿烂光芒。
At twighlight, Miami’s MacArthur Causeway Bridge is illuminated in nightclub-like hues of pink and purple.

 

 


Photograph by David Doubilet

摄影作品说明:一批海洋生物群体造就华美的风景线,充沛的食物和良好的隐匿环境为一批东方的清洁器――小喉盘鱼创造条件,它们生活在澳大利亚塔斯曼海并远离海岸。这些小鱼会清洁大鱼身体上的寄生虫,有时它们还互相打斗显示强壮,它们都有一个吸盘在其腹部以固定自己,然后开展清道夫样的工作。
A colony of sea squirts forms a colorful landscape, ample hiding place for an Eastern cleaner-clingfish (Cochleoceps orientalis) in the Tasman Sea off the coast of Australia. The tiny fish, which cleans parasites from the bodies of larger fish, fights strong currents by anchoring itself with a sucker disc on its abdomen.

 

 


Photograph by David Doubilet

摄影作品说明:在世界上的云彩像水晶般的蓝色,一对黄貂鱼悄悄地在水面下滑行,这是在法国玻利尼西亚群岛,它们寻找避难所,因为这里是联合国教科文组织规定的生物圈。
In a world of clouds and crystalline blue, a pair of stingrays glides just below the surface in the waters of French Polynesia’s Tuamotu archipelago. The creatures find safe haven here under the protection of one of UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere reserves.

 

 


Photograph by Joel Sartore

摄影作品说明:智利,月亮谷,2003年
旅游者愿意速滑下到山一样的沙丘,最合适的是智利的“月亮谷”。
这是在风景如画的太平洋和安第斯山脉之间,是地球上一处干燥的地方。在这里已经有一百多年没有下过一滴雨水。这地形令人十分可怕的,科学家曾到此处测试。
Valley of the Moon, Chile, 2003
Tourists career down a mountainous sand dune in the aptly named Valley of the Moon region of Chile’s Atacama Desert.This stark landscape between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains is considered the driest place on Earth, and some areas here have not received a drop of rain in hundreds of years. The terrain is so arid and forbidding, scientists came here to test the prototype for a rover destined for Mars.
(Photo shot on assignment for, but not published in, “The Driest Place on Earth,” August 2003, National Geographic magazine)

 

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