Following the series of nature images of January 2011, the National Geographic has released the issue of best pictures in February 2011. The most astonishing photos of the month feature the annual Elephant Festival in India, peaceful scene in Scotland’s highlands, an amazing shoot of a bathing buffalo in muddy water and ect.
Elephant Festival, India
Rajasthan is just not anything about camel festivals. There is an annual Elephant Festival held in March to highlight the importance of the symbol of Rajput royal animal to Indian people, elephant. The commencement ceremony begins with a beautiful procession of elephants, folk dancers and camels. Most participants are female elephants which are decorated with colorful sight on their foreheads, feet and trucks.
The Jaipur Elephant Festival is a great opportunity for travelers to have an insight into Indian culture.
A pair of damselflies is forming an impressive heart shape when making a mate.
Monkeys, Macritchie Reservoir
A happy monkey family is captured in Macritchie Reservoir, Singapore. The adult monkey helps to extract ticks from the other adult monkey’s body.
The above picture shows the beautiful Scottish Highlands.
The above shoot is captured in one of the Komodo Islands in Indonesia when a buffalo is bathing in muddy water.
This picture excellently captures a running horse.
Common Tern Chick
A little kiwi is waiting to be fed.
Alaska King Crab
An Alaska king crab has its leg golden-orange in color. This is the most abundant type of crab in Alaska.
The meaningful scene is the symbol for brave people who dare to do.
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