Her name, Sharbat Gula, in the Pashto language of the Pashtun people, means sweetwater flower girl. Her photograph of 1984 taken by Steve McCurry was National Geographic's most famous photograph. Sadly, the end of October 2016, Sharbat Gula was arrested with two men, said to be her sons, in Peshawar, Pakistan. The action was a “complete … Continue reading Sharbat Gula, The Afghan Girl, In Trouble And Needing Help
Lynx, Snowy Forest. Nat. Geo.
Floating Island, Tumuch Lake.B.C. by Shane Kalyn Nat Geo
"I happened upon this beautiful whitetail doe while hiking along the Centerpoint Trail near Ponca, Arkansas. She was standing along the rocky path, poised in the sunlight that was bursting through the trees above. I readied my camera and tripod as quickly and quietly as possible and was lucky enough to capture the magic moment … Continue reading White Tailed Doe sparkles in the Sunlight ~ Photography
Photo of South Georgia Penguin. Post by Amanda Ricks @surprisinglives.net