50 Greatest Landscapes
This breathtaking tour of the world’s most extraordinary landscapes reveals the splendors of nature in every form. Best-in-class photographers capture views you never imagined, climbing mountains, flying in helicopters, and diving deep underwater to bring a bold new perspective to the great outdoors. Vibrant and inspiring, 50 Greatest Landscapes is an invigorating journey to the wonders of the world – from coast to valley to hilltop to everything in between.
This stunning collection of images displayed like works of art reveals some of the most unique landscapes in the world. Inspired by the book “National Geographic Greatest Landscapes: Stunning Photographs That Inspire and Astonish,” this collection features 50 astounding images of our planet.
Organized by season, these images reveal the breadth of earth’s landscapes and showcase the phenomenon of changing seasons across the globe.
Educational Resources from National Geographic
Why We Can’t Afford to Lose the Rain Forest
Scientist and National Geographic Fellow Dr. Thomas Lovejoy is leading a charge to combat deforestation and protect the Amazon.
International Day for Biological Diversity
On May 22, 2000, the world celebrated the first International Day for Biological Diversity.
Brazil Conserves Rainforest
On April 29, 1998, the Brazilian government set aside 25 million hectares (62 million acres) of the Amazon rain forest for conservation.
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