Cerita seks mansturbasi pria 40 i
The series provides a glimpse into the life of the next generation of Australians living in Auburn, peering behind the veil of this little-known side of society.
Auburn is a small suburb in Sydney’s west, a landing point for many migrants and refugees when they first arrive in Australia. (Photo and caption by George Voulgaropoulos/People/National Geographic Photo Contest) # NEW ORLEANS STREETCAR: This is a streetcar in New Orleans traveling back towards The Quarter on St. I held the camera against the window sill, making sure to divide the image equally between the inside and the outside. (Photo and caption by Don Chamblee/Places/National Geographic Photo Contest) # PRAYING ON THE LAND OF BLACK JERUSALEM – I: Black Jerusalem is the name given to Lalibela, the ancient capital of Abyssinia and monastic city of northern Ethiopian mountains.
These geckos were living all around the hale’ we were staying in, enjoying the noni and basking on the railing and sunny steps to our place.
They were very shy mostly, except this one must have enjoyed the nectar so much as to let me get a shot of their favorite activity. (Photo and Caption by Chandra Sherin/Nature/National Geographic Photo Contest) # FLESH AND BONES: In a world where no one understands the importance of nature, all that is left of our nature is just these flesh & bones. (Photo and caption by Amirhassan Farokhpour/Nature/National Geographic Photo Contest) # ATACAMA SUNSET: Setting sun lights up clouds over Salar de Atacama in north Chile.
Here, this oxpecker in a tight crop, lost on the abstract surface and framed by the legs of the larger animal finally seems to work. (Photo and caption by Benjamin Bronselaer/Nature/National Geographic Photo Contest) # RHEA’S PORTRAIT: A different angle from an American Rhea (Rhea americana) seen in Pantanal, Brazil, on a cloudy day. (Photo and caption by Simony Blanco/Nature/National Geographic Photo Contest) # SAND SPHERES: The food filtered 2-3mm sand ball creations of a tiny Sand Bubbler Crap. (Photo and caption by Szabo Eszfer/Nature/National Geographic Photo Contest) # GOOD MORNING: Jabulani the elephant greeting his caretaker, Stavros Chakoma, before heading out on safari.
Done so that it knows which sand has been filtered for food. (Photo and caption by Baron Collocott/Nature/National Geographic Photo Contest) # SUMMER AT GRANNY’S: This is a heart-shaped stawberry in the hand of my grandmother. Kapama Game Reserve, Kruger region of South Africa.
This elderly woman was the only white-haired person I came in contact with. I really love this picture and hope you like it as well. (Photo and caption by Christopher Bellezza/People/National Geographic Photo Contest) # SALOME RAMOS: Salome Ramos is 64 years old and lives in Quibdo, a town with a 95 percent Black population derived from African slaves imported to Pacific coast of Colombia by the conquistadors.
Thankfully this time it just served as spectacular canvas to a sunset and reminder how beautiful is the world we live in. (Photo and caption by Magdalena Rakita/Nature/National Geographic Photo Contest)# STINGRAY: This image was captured to Sandbar, Grand Cayman during my last trip.
Sandbar-Grand Cayman-Caribean (Photo and caption by Gazzaroli Claudio/Nature/National Geographic Photo Contest) # LOVE OF PARENTS: The emperor penguins fight for survival and to protect their only baby in the frozen Antarctic ice desert. (Photo and caption by Claus Possberg/National Geographic Photo Contest) # WINTER LOLLIPOPS: Winter is extremely beautiful in Lithuania.
It was an early morning and minus 25 degrees Celsius outside.
This beautiful creature turn around you very close and you can touch it.
This is a really amazing experience, you are surrounded by dozen of this friendly animal.
This landscape feels out of this world, but in fact it’s in the outskirts of my home city, Kaunas—just a mile away from my house.