I don’t really use Bing all that often, but I think that they do some things significantly better than the competition. However, I don’t want to get into a discussion about search engines and all that, that’s not what this is about. When I was using Bing, I noticed that they add an awesome image each day, so I decided to collect them, and share them with you (not all, just the best ones) – some of you have probably seen some or all of them before, but in case you missed some or just want to delight your eyes with some amazing images, here it is: the January Bing Image Archive!

Giant panda cub, Wolong National Nature Reserve, Sichuan province, China (© Keren Su/Corbis)

Immature sunflower (© Marion Faria/500px)

Yellow-throated marten (© D. Sheldon/Corbis)

American bison wintering at Fountain Flats, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA (© Jeff Vanuga/Corbis)

Two Grey herons (Ardea cinerea) squabbling over fish, River Tame, Stockport, Greater Manchester (© Terry Whittaker/Corbis)

hort-eared owl, Samish Island, Washington (© Bryan Matthew)

Squeaking silk moth, Qinling Mountains, Shaanxi, China (© Thomas Marent/Minden Pictures)

White terns on Sand Island, Midway Atoll, Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, USA (© Tony Ernst)

Magnification of a coiled proboscis of a moth (© Steve Gschmeissner/Corbis)

Chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica), National Park of Pyrenees, France (© Preau Louis-Marie/Hemis/Corbis)

Ice on Lake Grimsel, Switzerland (© Gozooma/Gallery Stock)

Painted Hills in John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon (© Anand Hegde)

A red kangaroo in the Sturt Stony Desert, Australia (© Jami Tarris/Corbis)

Long-tailed widowbird male in breeding plumage, Marievale Bird Sanctuary, South Africa (© Richard Du Toit/Corbis)

Longsheng rice terraces, Guangxi, China (© Redlink/Corbis)

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