A picture speaks more than thousand words!
A picture speaks more than a thousand words, but certain pictures eat up the dictionary and puke out 'amazingness' that no words are capable of describing. Some National Geographic photographs did the same.
Here are some of the unpublished pictures from their archives. Established in the year 2013 for the purpose of honoring NatGeo's 125th anniversary, the project Found was formed for sharing pictures with new audiences.
Ready to get your minds blown?
A young Kenyan holding her pet deer in Mombassa.
Charging through the heavy snow in the Yellowstone National Park- American Bison Charge.
Hikers standing at the top of Natural Rock Bridge on the Mt. Rainier.
A regular customer at Le Louis IX in the city Paris, "caramel" giving a client company.
Rock shaped as a wave by the rain and wind towers just above a plain in the Western Australia.
Irish guards in attention even when one of them faints.
This kitten boarding a floating Victoria water lily pad.
A kitten attacking its own reflection in the mirror.
A white fallow stag standing in a forest in Switzerland, 1973.
Locals relaxing next to the tulip fields along the canal in Haarlem.
Boys posing along with the King Penguins.
Waterfall plummeting 3,000 feet out of Auyan-tepuis-wall.
A flock of birds flying up.
Coffin of John F. Kennedy lying in the state.
A woman standing infront of her flower stand.
The giant Mark Twain Redwood Cut Down and loggers.
Tourists pose for the camera as they find a huge dead tree having a road cut-out of it.
A woman adorned as a Chinese goddess posing for a picture.
Man herding sheep with the help of his collies.
A man dwarfed besides the ape-ape leaves of Puohokamoa gulch in Maui.
A child mounted on a hereford bull.
Young lovers embracing beside the Arc De Triomphe.
A man studying the mouth of a 10-year-old Alaskan Malamute Puppy.
Scars of beauty patterned upon the entire back of Nuba woman.
Shadow of a man holding bicycle on the wall.