The Internet has changed our lives in so many positive ways, it's hard to list all of them. But one positive change, certainly, is how it has brought people and places that we'll never get to see in real life right into the palm of our hands.
Click a site like YouTube, for instance, to watch some people and animals in faraway places doing amazing (or silly) things. There are photo sites, too, that capture the world in ways that we'd never be able to experience in real life.
Just think about all the photographs you've seen over the years of nature at its best, like cherry blossoms blooming in Washington, D.C. There are photographs that shock and appall you, too, like the devastation that followed natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy.
Now, there's an easy way to see a handful of some of the best photographs taken of nature, and many of them are jaw-dropping. And, it's not us saying these are great photographs, but London's Natural History Museum.