The Great Escape: During a lovely morning in July I was out photographing Great White Sharks in False Bay, South Africa. We had two days when the sea was so still you could barely see a ripple. (© Tonya Herron/National Geographic Photo Contest)

During a lovely morning in July I was out photographing Great White Sharks in False Bay, South Africa. We had two days when the sea was so still you could barely see a ripple. (Photo and caption by Tonya Herron/National Geographic Photo Contest)

(Hout Bay) Cape town, South Africa

(Hout Bay) Cape town, South Africa

RoyaM alewane,  Thurnybush Game Reserve

The Royal Malewane in Kruger National Park offers guests amazing meals and walking safaris in the bush. Their rooms have soaring ceilings, canopy beds, fireplaces, and cozy outdoor showers.

Rolling Coals: I went on a kayaking camping trip with my best friend on a remote lake in NW Ontario, DeCourcey Lake. Staying on a little, rocky island we listened to the waves, and watched the stars, sitting by the fire. When it was time to put the fire out, my friend began kicking the coals down the rocky slope to the water below. I ran down to the waters edge to catch the motion of the burning coals. Little comets streaming to the lake to be extinguished with a hiss.

Fiery trails: National Geographic Photo Contest Part II - In Focus - The Atlantic

take flight!!

Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) jumping out of the water, False Bay

Flying rhino. Source: epa.

The seventh black rhino population established by the WWF Black Rhino Range Expansion Project, was recently released after an epic 1500 kilometre trip across

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