Greenland—An iceberg reveals a glimpse of the southern Greenland town of Narsaq. A nearby glacier births a steady supply of bergs that jostle off the settlement's shores year-round. Photograph by NIck Cobbing
Zambia—A lone bull elephant breakfasts at first light near the precipice of Victoria Falls. With the Zambezi River near its seasonal ebb, once submerged walkways—and fresh foraging possibilities—present themselves.
Queensland, Australia—Massive clouds called morning glories roil over the Gulf of Carpentaria. Most common in September and October—and in morning—the clouds can travel across the skies at nearly 20 miles kilometers) an hour. Photograph by Barry Slade
Xkeken Cenote, Mexico Photograph by John Stanmeyer, National Geographic This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features The Maya believed natural wells, such as the Xkeken cenote in Mexico’s Yucatán, led to the underworld.
AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE Photograph by Daniel ReRicha This stunning photograph by Daniel ReRicha was taken one Autumn morning in Czech Switzerland, a picturesque region located in the north-western Czech Republic.