The Week In Pictures – 19 December 2015

We assume, as all of us at Clickker are busy with the Holiday Season, so are all our valued viewers. However, we will continue to post interesting articles, so that you enjoy your Holiday Season. We are back with the Week in pictures post, this week Shaun & Zak have worked really hard in focusing more on Nature and Animals across the globe. We would also like to inform all our viewers that none of these pictures are Photoshopped/doctored or altered. These are actual photographs taken by ace photographers. Please do keep in updating us with your valuable feedback’s and Enjoy your Holidays. Take care and be good.

Photo by @steve mccurry

Temporary pontoon bridges across the Ganges River help facilitate movement of some of the 30 million Hindu devotees who took part in the Kumbha Mela Festival, Allahabad, India.

Photo @ladzinski
Photo @ladzinski

A pair of Greathornowls perched in a cottonwood tree huddled against the cold winds and winter snow in Colorado.

12345792_1284321471593468_1098551373_nMountain Lion an ambush predator, the mountain lion has massive hind legs that can work in unison giving it the tremendous leaping power needed to take down prey like elk and deer.

Photo by Evan Adams

Frozen Park in New York. This picture is of 2014, but very rare to see this event every year.

photo by @ai.visuals

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Photography by @kathryn_dyer

Skating in Point Reyes, California

Photo by @ mattias klum
Photo by @ mattias klum

A small herd of African elephants at a water hole in South Africa. Don’t miss the crocodile in the background adding some scale to the image.

Photo by @nick cobbing

Captive in the frozen Arctic Ocean and moving with the ice floes.

Photo by @ paul nicklen
Photo by @ paul nicklen

This Black Bear may look as if it has been beaten up a lot, however the scars are representative of his place in the bear community.

Photo by Charlie Burlingame
Photo by Charlie Burlingame

Beautiful Black Panther.

12357359_1551914868433999_2017118612_nThe Fennec Fox or (Vulpes zerda) is a small nocturnal fox found in the Sahara of North Africa. Its most distinctive feature is its unusually large ears, which also serve to dissipate heat. Its name comes from the Arabic word فنك (fanak), which means fox, and the species name zerda comes from the Greek word xeros which means dry, referring to the fox’s habitat.

photo by @mijlof
photo by @mijlof

Mount Klimanjaro

Photo by @BrianSkerry
Photo by @BrianSkerry

A mahimahi (also known as a dorado fish) cruises quickly just beneath the ocean surface in the offshore waters of the Bahamas.

Photo by @ travis burke
Photo by @ travis burke
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Photo by @ Steve Mccurry

Two boys playing football in Rybinsk, Russia. The plane is a monument to the workers who make jet airplane engines and other parts. The city has been a leading aviation manufacturing center since the 1920’s.

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Photo by @ jimmy_chin

Aerial view of the west side of the Tetons. Winter is in full effect out there…. (L to R) Mount Owen, the Grand, the Middle and the South Teton.

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Photography by @ paul nicklen

A baby emperor penguin awaits his parents’ return.

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