Waiting Game
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Waiting Game

April 7, 2015 | By Frans Lanting

The cat called cougar thrives throughout the Americas, from boreal forests in Alaska to the steppes of Patagonia, and it lives in deserts, jungles and mountains in between.

Strictly Artistic
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Strictly Artistic

December 2, 2014 | By Frans Lanting

In Iran, everything warrants a second look.

Iconic Waters
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Iconic Waters

August 26, 2014 | By Frans Lanting

Iguazu Falls (known as Iguaçu in Brazil) straddles the border of the two countries, both of which have protected the falls with contiguous national parks that draw millions of visitors.

Hippo Pool
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Hippo Pool

January 28, 2014 | By Frans Lanting

Just as fertile as the plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania or the inland delta of the Okavango in Botswana, the floodplains of Zambia’s Luangwa River sustain wildlife in spectacular numbers.

The Precious Few
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The Precious Few

September 17, 2013 | By Frans Lanting

After many safaris, cheetahs are still among the most alluring subjects in Africa to me.

Color Pools
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Color Pools

August 13, 2013 | By Frans Lanting

In the last 30 years, Antarctica has opened up, enabling travelers to witness some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet.

Private Passage
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Private Passage

May 21, 2013 | By Frans Lanting

The place I’ve called home along the coast of California for more than two decades is surrounded by thousands of acres of protected wild land.

Elephant Reflections
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Elephant Reflections

March 26, 2013 | By Frans Lanting

One memorable evening during Botswana’s long dry season, I waded into a water hole to capture a perfect reflection of a gathering of elephants at twilight with a full moon suspended in a luminous pink sky.

Land Art
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Land Art

January 17, 2013 | By Frans Lanting

Few places on earth match the scenic wonders of the American Southwest.

Counting Condors
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Counting Condors

October 23, 2012 | By Frans Lanting

ome animals live in the shadows of a mystique we have bestowed on them.

Primeval Pulse
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Primeval Pulse

April 24, 2012 | By Frans Lanting

The annual spring migration of shorebirds is an awesome phenomenon. Untold millions of them fly from wintering grounds all over the Americas to reach summer nesting grounds in the Arctic. As they cover distances spanning half the globe, their food demands are critical, and high-energy refueling stops are essential.

Ghost Trees, Namibia
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Ghost Trees, Namibia

December 13, 2011 | By Frans Lanting

Deep in the Namib Desert of southwest Africa, there’s a remarkable place.

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Wilderness Reflections
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Wilderness Reflections

September 20, 2011 | By Frans Lanting

California’s Sierra Nevada has drawn people ever since word first got out about its breathtaking beauty. In the 1860s, Alfred Bierstadt enshrined these mountains as an iconic American place with his monumental paintings.

Spring Sensation
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Spring Sensation

May 24, 2011 | By Frans Lanting

My roots in photography go back to my university days in Holland.

A Leap For Life
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A Leap For Life

February 22, 2011 | By Frans Lanting

For some of us, jellies may evoke childhood memories of gelatinous blobs on the beach; for others they’re milestones in the evolution of life.

Ice And Time
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Ice And Time

December 7, 2010 | By Frans Lanting

Every iceberg is a floating record of time, a frozen snapshot of events that occurred over many millennia.

Enchanted Forest
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Enchanted Forest

October 12, 2010 | By Frans Lanting

The splendor of autumn foliage makes Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains a favorite stop on the annual circuit of many nomadic nature photographers in North America.

Earth In The Making
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Earth In The Making

June 22, 2010 | By Frans Lanting

Volcanoes are exhilarating subjects to photograph, but challenging places to expose your gear—and yourself.

Jungle On The Edge
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Jungle On The Edge

May 11, 2010 | By Frans Lanting

Mention Borneo and many people think of wall-to-wall jungle, but actually, the world’s third-largest island has lost most of its original forests over the past few decades in a relentless cycle of clear-cutting and burning.

Read My Lips
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Read My Lips

March 2, 2010 | By Frans Lanting

Hippos have a bad reputation. They’re often called the most dangerous animal in Africa and are said to be responsible for killing more people than any other wild creature.

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