National Geographic Photographer/Filmmaker Chad Copeland has traveled the world in search of precious moments behind the lens.
This is the 6th fissure in what’s the first expression of deep crust lava making its way to the surface in over 800 years for this part of Iceland. Yet, the first time humans have been able to film and photograph the hotspot erupting, ever. We inhabit a very small planet and those who travel internationally on a regular basis will agree. We’ve always been fascinated by fire. My eyes were equally drawn to this magical experience as were my ears to the unique sounds of the cycling eruptions, whipping vortex and river of molten rock passing before my feet.
Microsoft Windows 10 Global Rebrand
Chad Copeland, brand ambassador for Microsoft, circumnavigated the earth in search of images that represented “People of Action”. These images and 100 others are on more than 8 billion computers, smart devices and more around the world.
DISKO BAY GREENLAND
From the glacier that seeded the iceberg that sank the Titanic.
Ancient native lands made from sandstone.
PUEO OF KAUAI
A rare sighting of an endangered species on the island of Kauai.
KINGDOM OF TONGA
Deep in the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, a mother Humpback and her 5-day old calf prepare for a long journey to Antarctica.