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Get your dose of outstanding travel photos. This week: See a colorful lake in Bolivia and waves crashing high in the Canary Islands.

 BEST TRAVEL PHOTOS

ALDABRA ATOLL, SEYCHELLES

Blacktip reef sharks occupy the shallow waters of Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles as they wait for the tide to refill the lagoon. The mangrove forests around the atoll serve as a nursery for many juvenile marine animals—making them a prime hunting location for blacktips

PHOTOGRAPH BY THOMAS P. PESCHAK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE

BAJAMAR, CANARY ISLANDS

Bajamar, on the north coast of the Canary Islands’ Tenerife, is known as one of the better surf spots in the region. Here, the waves that make the island town so attractive crash high into the air as beachgoers look on

PHOTOGRAPH BY GERHARD WESTRICH, LAIF/REDUX

BANGKUKUK TAIK, NICARAGUA

A fisherman pulls in his line from his dugout canoe off the shore of Bangkukuk Taik, a village on the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua. A proposed canal—a $50-billion infrastructure project—would cut through the territories occupied by the indigenous Rama and Kirol people

PHOTOGRAPH BY MERIDITH KOHUT, THE NEW YORK TIMES

GREAT SALT LAKE, UTAH

Utah’s Great Salt Lake once sprawled more than 20,000 square miles (52,000 square kilometers) across land that is now Utah, Idaho, and Nevada. Today’s lake is approximately 10 percent of that size, but it is still the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere. The remnants of the prehistoric lake, called Lake Bonneville, are seen on the densely packed Bonneville Salt Flats shown here.

PHOTOGRAPH BY CHRISTIAN HEEB, LAIF/REDUX

HUOSHAN COUNTY, CHINA

A pair of boats make their way across the Foziling Reservoir in China’s Huoshan County. Amid the lush green landscape is a hydroelectric dam, which helps generate power for the region.

PHOTOGRAPH BY XINHUA NEWS AGENCY, EYEVINE

LAGUNA COLORADA, BOLIVIA

Perched at an elevation of more than 14,000 feet (4,267 meters), Bolivia’s Laguna Colorada is instantly recognizable thanks to its red-and-white waters. The red tint comes from pigments and sediments in the saltwater lake (as well as algae), while the white islands are borax deposits. Three of the six flamingo species in the world inhabit the area around the lake.

PHOTOGRAPH BY PATRICK BRANDENBURG, TANDEM STOCK

ROSS SEA, ANTARCTICA

In Antarctica’s Ross Sea, the H.M.S. Protector breaks through sea ice on its way to inspect fishing vessels. These fishing expeditions are often in search of species found only in the icy waters around Antarctica, such as toothfish.

PHOTOGRAPH BY ED/JL/MOD, CAMERA PRESS/REDUX

References : nationalgeographic

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