Photo by @jeffmauritzen. Poulnabrone #dolmen is a megalithic tomb dating over 5000 years old. This portal tomb which marks the remains of 22 individuals can be found in a rocky and beautiful landscape known as the #Burren in County Clare #Ireland. If you're in the area make sure to explore the Burren National Park as well. Enjoy! by natgeotravel
Poulnabrone Dolmen | Poll na mBrón in Irish, meaning "hole of the quern stones" (bró in Irish) | is a portal tomb in the Burren, County Clare, Ireland, dating back to the Neolithic period, probably between 4200 BC and 2900 BC.
Photo by @kristarossow. A rock formation almost looks like fingers flashing a peace sign to passing vehicles in the Valle de la Luna or Valley of the Moon. Visiting this surreal landscape in Chiles Atacama Desert does feel like what I imagine walking on the surface of the moon would be like. Taken while #onassignment in #Chile with #NGExpeditions. Follow @kristarossow for more. by natgeotravel
South Georgia Island's St. Andrew's Bay is Mecca for King Penguin viewing. I decided to zero in on these two of the hundreds of thousands there. I lay down on my stomach, extended the camera at arms length and waited for them to wander over and check me out. Photo by @danwestergren stop by there to see more from this journey. #ngexpeditions
photo by // @drewtrush The T.A. Moulton barn sits in Grand Teton National Park and has become known as the most photographed barn in America. When youre standing there in person its easy to see why. @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @grandtetonnps #findyourpark by natgeotravel
Photo by @jeffmauritzen. A couple take their #minicooper out for a scenic drive in the Piedmont region of Northern #Virginia. While many trees are past their peak there's still lots of color to be seen. Get out and enjoy! by natgeotravel
This two toed sloth had wandered into my yard in Gamboa Panama when I was working there with @christianziegler a few years ago on assignment for @natgeo. I took a few photos and then left it alone. Later on that night I went to check on it and found it had somehow wandered into the neighbors fenced off back yard and was having trouble finding its way out. Using a branch I lifted it across the fence and took it to the nearest patch of forest. Think sloths are gentle creatures? This one…
Photo by @TimLaman. Theres a reason they call it a rain forest! A long-tailed macaque feeding on wild figs high in the canopy at #GunungPalung National Park during the rain. I like photographing rain forest wildlife in the rain but you have to be ready for it. #monkey @saveGPorangutans #rainforest #Borneo @thephotosociety @natgeocreative. See more of my work and the biodiversity of Borneo @TimLaman by natgeotravel