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C IZZ
C IZZ

Pure yet so evil

joke praysif
joke praysif

Yet to be a piece of art of that the gods upon us. the world is trying to be a better world as they create all these natural events such as earthquakes or tornado.

w. wewalage
w. wewalage

wonderful.....!  too dangerous..!  nature power is very powerful thing and we can't gain it .....any more!

AFTAB SHEIKH
AFTAB SHEIKH

could you show me the crater of vensuvius that destroyed pompeii in AD-79 I shall be greateful aftab sheikh

Mary Georgiopoulou
Mary Georgiopoulou

Wonderful photos but sadly heart-breaking for what fire leaves behind, if only it wasn't so destructive!

Dylan Leming
Dylan Leming

I agree, I hate how our greedy nature take our world unto destruction, its just how we are, I regret that, we destroy the most beautiful technology, Our earth, how it grows, It's truly mind-blowing.... But alas we cannot stop ourselves from greed

Joseph Muguwa
Joseph Muguwa

Let God continue giving you that wonderrful SIGHT to see for us!!!!!! Simply amazing that so many wonderful instances of mother nature happen amongst us on a daily basis and go either unnticed or recorded. No wonder, reason why many of us continue destroying nature with utmost impunity.

Adrian Graham
Adrian Graham

its a strange haunting beauty of our natural world. an amassing demonstration of the power and beauty of mother earth. 

Amassing shot. thanks to Simon gray for capturing this amassing moment  

ANIL MANGOOL
ANIL MANGOOL

ASTONISHING REALLY,THE WAY NATURE FUNCTIONS.HOW MANY MORE INCREDIBLE SIGHTS ARE WAITING OUT THERE FOR US TO SEE,AND MOST PROBABLY IT WILL BE ON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC.THOUSAND THANKS TO NG

Daniel Rolan
Daniel Rolan

Beautiful, yet dangerous. How little we know about our world, let alone other worlds in our vicinity of space. A revelation that has shed light on these mysteries for me is the New Message, a vast revelation from the Creator. You can read it here: http://www.newmessage.org

Taione Meli
Taione Meli

Thank you National Geographic for producing this picture I really appreciate it so much so wonderful and fantastic scene

Trevor Taylor
Trevor Taylor

I have always enjoyed the photography on National Geographic.

I get to visit the world from the comfort of my home.

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