These Are National Geographic’s Top 20 Photos Of 2015 And They’re Glorious! | Fabweb

The Village, Sződliget, Hungary, National Geographic’s Top 20 Photos Of 2015

The bright blue glow is caused by billions of single-celled plant plankton which cause an illumination when disturbed.

Billions of bioluminescent algae literally make the sea sparkle in Tasmania's Preservation Bay off the coast of Australia.

These Are National Geographic’s Top 20 Photos Of 2015 And They’re Glorious! | Fabweb

These Are National Geographic’s Top 20 Photos Of 2015 And They’re Breathtaking

Because the next best thing to lying on a beach is looking at a perfectly crafted drone shot of one...

Because the next best thing to lying on a beach is looking at a perfectly crafted drone shot of one.

Explosive convection east of Warwick, Queensland. Picture: Chris McFerran

February: Explosive convection east of Warwick, Queensland. Photograph: SE Qld Weather Photography by Chris McFerran

These Are National Geographic’s Top 20 Photos Of 2015 And They’re Glorious! | Fabweb

Ancient forest of baobab trees in the west coast of Madagascar by Marsel van Oosten - some trees here are over a thousand years old.

From "Bioluminescence" story by ABC News on Storify — https://storify.com/abcnews/biolumines

Leanne Marshall captured bioluminescence near Rocky Tasmania’s northwest shores were glowing blue on Monday night as bioluminescent algae ushered in the stunning phenomenon along the coast. Cape National Park, Tasmania - Leanne Marshall via Storyful


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