The pictures that have surprised the world in 2012
• The pictures that have surprised the world in 2012
The highest tree of the world.
the icy car on the waterfront, Switzerland
Internet flown shots Paradise Parking, photographer Peter Lippmann
Tornado Destroyed Church, Illinois, February 29, 2012
The fields are shrouded in a veil of cobwebs. Flooding forced spiders firmly occupy the bushes in the town of Wagga Wagga, Australia
The photographer David Orias and his series of photos Golden waves
Foam ocean in Australia. This phenomenon is quite rare, and many people took the opportunity to come to the ocean that would be an unusual sight, and take a few photos
The giant crayfish Tasmania
In the Italian Venice because of the unprecedented cold weather for the region's frozen canals. This city had not seen for 80 years
Landscapes of the Dakar Rally 2012
Landscape Dallol volcano
Snow Corridor in Japan is 20 meters high
Storage felled timber in the Swedish airport
Giant Amazon water lily
A glowing plankton on the beach of the island Vaadhu
Near the village Nikoltsy Myadel Minsk region local resident has seen the vast clouds of mosquitoes.
The strongest earthquake in Italy
Lake Thousand Islands
ISS Flight Engineer Don Pettit during his flight with 31 exciting expedition made a series of pictures with a high shutter speed.
Wildfires in Colorado
June 21 to the east of Beijing appeared unusual thundercloud
Hurricane Debbie, made landfall USA
Photographer Dmitry Dokunov did an amazing series of photographs of the frozen Black Sea.
Autumn House, ivy-covered, England.
Most animals on an overpass in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
Flying South Flying Squirrel
British photographer Kim Taylors using a special camera made detailed flight images of the animal.
supercell in Colorado
Farmer Winston Hauiz in memory of his wife Janet 17 years ago planted the oak grove.
Heavy rains fell on Beijing
selected 20 of the best photos taken at the salt lake Salar de Uyuni
Colorful umbrellas on the streets of Portugal
Another flood in Philippines
One of the first pictures of Mars rover Curiosity made cameras
Humpback whales off the coast of California
A tropical storm "Isaac"
A part of the Yangtze River in Chongqing, China, painted in blood red
Australian Chris Tendzhi (Chris Tangey) captured a rare natural phenomenon - a fiery tornado 30 meters high.
The deer with a crown of fern became a celebrity
Kitten - star Photographer Ben Torode put on service flickr photos of your kitten, which immediately conquered all cats lovers!
The trees Axel Erlandson
Photographer Michael Martin made a series of photographs in which the same landscape at low tide and at high tide the water.
The first blows of Hurricane "Sandy" in New York
Flooded taxi rank
The largest light installation in the world
One of the severe floods in the history of Venice
Swiss diver Franco Banfi photographed in nature famous anaconda, the largest snake in the world.
Kuwait pleased with the world's largest fireworks display in the world
The total solar eclipse over Australia
agitated public message about the house in the middle of the road
Philippines after typhoon "Bofa"
Millions of Internet users have been touched to the core image, published on the Facebook page by photographer Hannah Hudson. The photo depicted a man standing in the water, and his dog, who slumbers peacefully in his arms.
In the signature Hannah explained that this is John and his 19-year-old dog named on Shope, who suffers from arthritis. The only thing that can comfort his pain - is swimming, so the owner every evening plunges along with him into the water of Lake Superior to the dog could sleep.
Because of a thriving poaching, the purpose of which is the extraction of the horns of rhinoceros, South African black rhinos are endangered. This year alone, poachers killed 341 individual. In order to save the animals environmental organization WWF carries 19 black rhinos from the Eastern Cape to a safer place in Limpopo, for 1000 miles.
This way rhinos done by air, attached a rope to the helicopter. Pre animals were given sleeping pills.
Experts say that this method of transportation is much better, faster and easier for the animals themselves, rather than for a long time to shake over bumps in the close box.