860-291096 - Tail of Blue whale diving (Balaenoptera musculus) Reaching a maximum confirmed length of 30 meters and weighing up to 200 tons, it is the largest animal known to have ever existed. Azores, Portugal, Atlantic Ocean.
832-394776 - Aerial view, over the snow-covered Taunus with Oberreifenberg, in the back the transmitter mast of the Hessian Broadcasting Company and observation tower, Grosser Feldberg, Oberreifenberg, Taunus, Schmitten, Hesse, Germany, Europe
832-394648 - Hiker looking at mountains under dramatic clouds, view from the summit of the Westliche Toerlspitze, in the back Partenkirchner Dreitorspitze, Wetterstein Mountains, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
1116-51926 - View taken from behind of two women riding horses (Equus ferus caballus) traveling past acacia tree through the bush towards the hills at the Gabus Game Ranch at sunset; Otavi, Otjozondjupa, Namibia
1116-52116 - View taken from behind of travelers standing together with arms around each other enjoying a stop alongside the road to watch the sunset with The stunning high altitude cliffside views along the coastline of Croatia; Podgora, Dubrovnik-Neretva County (Splitsko-dalmatinska zupanija), Croatia
1116-51936 - View taken from behind of a safari guide and women travelers standing in a parked jeep talking and looking out onto the savanna with binoculars on the Gabus Game Ranch at sunrise; Otavi, Otjozondjupa, Namibia
1113-106991 - Angola; western part of the province of Cunene; Woman from the ethnic group of the Mucohona; rear view of the head; eye-catching hairstyle with pearls, shells and a long feather; in addition finely incorporated colored sticks, made from tin cans
832-393439 - Stuttgart at night in 1963: A young woman with a coat and handbag looks at the display of handbags and suitcases in a leather goods shop, in the back a cinema with the announcement of the film Ein fast anstaendiges Maedchen starring Liselotte Pulver, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe
860-290377 - France. Hunting. The European commission has adopted in january 2021 a ban on using lead 100m around any wetland in Europe. So far in France, the ban is only 30m. In the future, the lead will be totally banned as 6000 tons of lead is put into nature by hunters every year causing death of thousands of birds (here a mallard) eating lead balls.