I recently became aware of the National Geographic Image Collection while looking around the Internet. most of us remember growing up and looking at National Geographic Magazines in amazement of the pictures that they were able to capture. Now you can obtain many of those same photos on the web.
The pictures are broken down into the following categories: Exploration, Wildlife, People and Cultures, and Science and Climate Change. When you scroll over the image you get a brief description of who took the picture, where the picture was taken, and what the picture is. You can also find a history of photography, a video looking "Behind the Pictures," and an area where you can purchase the book.
The National Geographic Photo collection is in Flash, so you won't be able to right click (they do want you to buy the book), but that does not mean you can't take your other photos and turn them into a Shape Collage! I came across Shape Collage, a free automatic photo collage maker and thought it would be a new way to share groups of photos with students. Especially since you can create so many different collages. Below is the image from the front page of Shape Collage as well as a short video tutorial explaining how the site works. Take a minute and play around with the site to see what you can create.