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Review â€œCan we still be awed by pictures, in a world in which everyone with a cellphone is a documentarian? NatGeo again makes the case that the best photographers have something new and, yes, awe-inspiring to show us.â€ â€“USATODAY.com Â 'National Geographic has been known for publishing breathtaking photos for 130 years. Now it has putÂ together 200 of its most spectacular images in a collection chosen by the organization's editors.The photos depict an array of marvels ranging from a shark feeding frenzy in the depths of the ocean to the blue blaze of burning sulfur to lava during a volcano eruption.'Â â€“USA Today'It was common for me to turn the page and be completely blown away.' â€“Doingdeweydecimal.comâ€œHow in the name of Christmas are you going to surprise and delight your friends and family with fun and festive gifts theyâ€™ll remember forever? â€¦a breathtaking collection of inspiring photographs curated by National Geographic editorsâ€¦features more than 200 astounding photographs depicting an array of marvels.â€ â€“Travel by Entree â€œWow National Geographic has done it again. Another awesome book chock full of beautiful photographs capturing nature, cities, and people. It is simply breathtaking.â€ â€“A Bookish Way of Life Â Â â€œThere are no words to describe the gorgeous images showcased in this book.â€ â€“What is That Book About â€œThis book is the perfect reminder of just how awe-inspiring the world we live in and the people who live in it can be.â€Â â€“Thoughts from a Highly Caffeinated Mindâ€œWOW. Thatâ€™s it. Nothing more need be written.â€ â€“Broken TeepeeÂ â€œThe photographs are so fantastic on their own, that it will be hard to tear your eyes away from them.â€ â€“Books are My Thing Â Read more About the Author Mark Thiessen has been a photographer with National Geographic since 1990 and on staff since 1997. He is widely published in National Geographic magazine, National Geographic Adventure, and National Geographic Traveler. In 1996, Thiessen began a personal photography project on wildland firefighters that took him to the front lines of wildfires every summer. To better understand the world of this little-known subculture, he became a certified wildland firefigheter. His photographs for the National Geographic cover story 'Under Fire: Why the West Is Burning' earned first-place recognition by Pictures of the Year International. Thiessen also directs the National Geographic photo studio and was featured in Out There, a series aired on the National Geographic Channel. He lives in Washington, D.C. Read more