In this picture from the July 2014 issue of National Geographic magazine, a girl tends goats in the mountains near Shiikh in the Somaliland region of Somalia.
This breathtakingly picture is in Somaliland and today is our independence day 26 June 1960. 11 For thus says the Lord God, “Behold, I Myself will search for My sheep and seek them out. Pretty nasty looking skies making a backdrop to the rocks, greenery, and the young girl and her goats.The splash of blue in her clothes,makes for a really good picture well put together. The stormy sky with the  wind blowing hard against her body, really sets the mood for a sweet little girl surviving a hard life. United Kingdom—A lone mute swan stretches its wings upon a brook as the mists of dawn filter through London's Richmond Park.
The wall built by Roman emperor Hadrian runs along the top of a cliff at a place known as Peel Crags. Elephants have miles of unbroken savanna to roam inside Uganda's Queen Elizabeth Park, where their numbers total 2,500, a dramatic rise after heavy poaching in the 1980s.
The treasure's flashy ornaments announced the status of men like this aristocrat riding to war.
In a region bursting with people, a few big open spaces remain—like the Rift floor in Queen Elizabeth Park, pocked with crater lakes formed by volcanic explosions. Hadrian's Wall, named for the second-century Roman emperor who built it, stretches 73 miles across Britain.
Mexico—Surfacing in warm winter waters off the Baja California coast, a gray whale flashes its baleen plates by a boat. Exhaling clouds of gas, a cauldron of lava boils in the mile-wide crater of Nyiragongo, an active volcano in the Congo that threatens two million people. African buffalo create tracks in the salty mud at the edge of a crater lake in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Alert to human visitors, a young mountain gorilla and its mother sit tight in Bwindi Impenetrable Park.
Allagash RiverMoonlight bathes a birchbark canoe on Maine's Allagash River, a tranquil spot for paddlers.
Watch this un-narrated video and see what it's like to stand 4,000 feet above the Grand Canyon's floor. Step smartly with our compact, durable guide to canyon trails, wildlife, history, and more. In 2012, Emily Leproust was trying to raise money to start Twist Bioscience, a company that aimed to synthesize DNA more quickly and more cheaply than existing methods allowed. Money for microbesInvestments in synthetic-biology start-ups have increased dramatically in the past three years.
Much of the work that goes into developing a synthetic-biology product is shifting to computers and robots. Before joining Nature's staff in 2001, Erika worked for Newsweek magazine, reporting on science, health and news events, including the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks in New York.


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Smartphone apps claim to help conditions from addiction to schizophrenia, but few have been thoroughly tested. When the European Commission rejected a $5.7-million grant application from computational scientist Peter Coveney, he decided to fight. Apps that claim to treat mental health issues, ritual human sacrifice, and supernova debris on Earth. Like curtains drawn across the landscape, the walls of the Toad River Valley yield to untracked forests and pure lakes in northeastern British Columbia. Subscribe to National Geographic magazine and save. Print and digital editions available for as little as $12. Mesa Arch in Utah's Canyonlands National Park is one of the finest places for a photographer to start the day. The sun light bouncing off of the rocks make the whole arch and canyon appear to glow, and the amazing spires are an treat to see. I really did like the image at first sight but the more I view it, the more I see that there are some problems with it. Though big farms make headlines—a subject explored as part of our Future of Food series—small farmers still produce most of the food in Africa. 12 As a shepherd [k]cares for his herd in the day when he is among his scattered [l]sheep, so I will [m]care for My [n]sheep and will deliver them from all the places to which they were scattered on a cloudy and gloomy day.
By tradition, the British monarch has the right to claim ownership of unmarked birds of this species in open water. Outside the preserve villagers kill elephants that trample and eat crops, though attacks have diminished with the digging of trenches to protect fields from wild trespassers.
At the battlefield he would have dismounted and joined the rest of the warriors as they formed a defensive wall with their shields. If protected areas hadn't been set aside in the Albertine Rift from the 1920s to the 1960s, conservationists doubt any large wilderness areas would exist today.
It separated the civilized realm of Rome from the "barbarians"—restless Picts in the north. The area's lagoons and bays provide breeding and calving grounds for the giants, which migrate from as far north as the Bering Sea. Eruptions have blistered the region for millions of years, since the African tectonic plate began to split apart to create the Albertine Rift.
When the park opened in 1991, villagers resented losing access to forest where they had gathered honey and wood. But many investors were spooked by the perception that synthetic biology a€” the engineering of microorganisms to make useful products such as drugs, food ingredients and materials a€” would not turn a profit. You will be re-directed back to this page where you will see comments updating in real-time and have the ability to recommend comments to other users.
I imagine one would feel very small standing there looking through that arch at the canyon beyond.


Is the subject the arch, the Sun, or the lens flare?Googling "Mesa Arch" and viewing the images page shows that this may be one of the most spectacularly  photographed natural arches around.
I've been following the photo of the day for a while now and this is really is one the most breathtaking pictures I've seen. The frame that the rocks provide on the horizon is amazing, the sun rising and creating the rainbow patterns just tops it all off.
Both are crucial for the continent to be able to feed its own growing population—much less the rest of the world. 13 I will bring them out from the peoples and gather them from the countries and bring them to their own land; and I will feed them on the mountains of Israel, by the streams, and in all the inhabited places of the land. Today the park shares the fees from gorilla-watching tours with the locals, a small victory in the Rift's unending clashes for livable space. It should be noted that at the time I was taking this photo, I thought this frog was dead, having cooked himself from the inside. Download park guides in our National Parks by National Geographic app and get ready to explore. 14 I will feed them in a good pasture, and their grazing ground will be on the mountain heights of Israel. Can?t  we be surprised when more and more people will try to find their less hard life in Europe?
While an excellent optic for its time, it only had single-layer coating and was subject to more flare than modern lenses. There they will lie down on good grazing ground and feed in[o]rich pasture on the mountains of Israel. Bolt Threads in Emeryville, for example, is making fabrics from yeast by engineering the cellsa€™ metabolic pathways to mimic the processes used by spiders to make silk.Other companies aim to use microorganisms to make rubber, egg proteins, rhino horn, vanilla flavouring, rose-scented extract or coffee more cheaply, more ethically or of higher quality.
In this instance, it created a starburst pattern with rainbow streaks that add greatly to the character of the image. For example, coffee fermented by engineered microbes could replace a high-end brew made with beans harvested from civet faeces under conditions that some consider inhumane.Long term, synthetic-biology businesses have the potential to achieve something more meaningful a€” and profitable a€” than another social-media site or cloud-storage service, says Jason Kelly, co-founder of microbial-engineering company Ginkgo Bioworks in Boston, Massachusetts. For instance, synthetic-biology start-up firm Zymergen in Emeryville, California, uses machine learning a€” computer algorithms that evolve in response to data a€” to guide the engineering of fungi and bacteria that perform industrial processes more efficiently. Like electric-car maker Tesla or commercial spacecraft company SpaceX, he says, synthetic biology could revolutionize economic sectors that are ripe for innovation a€” or even create new industries.Li concurs. Adams did this as well but instead of digital layer masking in Photoshop he actually used physical layer masks during the printing process. I still love film chemistry media, I would love to get my hands on a good 8x10.
Lots of great images, that are much better than this particular one, on your website as well. Overall, 24 newly created synthetic-biology companies have raised funding in 2015, compared to fewer than 6 in 2012.




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