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Photo@michaelmelford last day in New Zealand with Dusky Dolphins at Kaikoura. @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #newzealand #dolphins
Image by @christianziegler on assignment for @natgeo. Madame Berthe's mouse lemur, the smallest primate on earth (30 grams, or 1.1 ounces!!!!), hunting for insects in the Kirindi forest, the only place it lives. Lemurs can only be found in Madagascar, but in an astonishing diversity of more than 100
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Photo @ladzinski / Nearly buried in fog, the #GoldenGateBridge standing proud. The bridge is one of the modern wonders of the world and most recognized symbols of the city of #SanFrancisco. I was fortunate enough to watch the sun set from Hawk Hill and shot this long exposure of the bridge in this b
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Image by @paulnicklen for @natgeo and @sea_legacy with @cristinamittermeier. An animal requires habitat in order to survive, and we cannot understand a species without understanding his ecosystem. The spirit bear, a ‘white’ black bear that is very rare, inhabits a lush coastal rainforest in British
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The family minivan shares space with corn set out to dry in the patio of a farmhouse, near Lijiang, Yunnan, China, circa 2006. In mountainous country like this most farming is still done by hand. Photograph by George Steinmetz while flying a motorized paraglider #unpublished @thephotosociety @natg
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Photo // @jimmy_chin Scouting locations on a recent shoot in Yosemite. It's always a good sign when your scouting shots turn out like this. @dirkcollins @shawn_corrigan @wynnruji @squarespace @thephotosociety
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Photo by @renan_ozturk @camp4collective // #onassignment for the #MyanmarClimb. Hidden underneath that sea of clouds is the lush green jungle. From this high view, the moisture and humidity mix with high winds for a bone chilling cold. I took this photo from our highest camp at 18,100 ft, the "shiv
Photo by @amivitale. Kamara, a @lewa_wildlife rhino keeper introduces #Samburu warriors to baby #rhinos. None of the warriors had ever seen a rhino in the their life and some had never even seen a photo of a rhino. Their eyes got wide and they became very protective of them. The young warriors from
A horse at Hell's A-Roarin' Outfitter stands in a hilltop corral overlooking Yellowstone National Park near Jardine, Montana. iPhone photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder on assignment for @natgeo
Photo by @ciriljazbec // I have been working hard on @natgeo assignment in northern Greenland. It is a privilege to get such opportunity and document this incredible part of the world. I have been living with families in small settlements, following hunters and fishermen on several boat trips and tr
Photo by @BrianSkerry A baby lemon shark, about 12” in length swims in foot-deep water within a mangrove in the Bahamas. These shark pups will spend the first 2-3 years of their lives living in mangrove nurseries until they are big enough to compete in the sea. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo
Elk hunters on horseback descend a snowy hillside overlooking Yellowstone National Park before sunrise. iPhone photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder
Photo @ladzinski / Any rain is good news, especially when you're experiencing the third year of the worst drought in the past century. Such is the case with California. I shot this at sunset about a week ago on a quick stop into Malibu. The moody evening was perfect for a long exposure while I watch
Image by @paulnicklen for @natgeo and @sea_legacy. Species are shaped over time to thrive in a certain environment. The evolution of traits perfected for the cold marries the penguin to its polar ecosystem. While penguins are often portrayed on land, waddling about and huddling together to keep warm
Close up sighting of the Galápagos Short-Eared Owl on Genovesa Island, Galápagos, Ecuador on Halloween 2014 while on a NG Photo Expedition.
Photo by @renan_ozturk @camp4collective // #onassignment for the #MyanmarClimb. Bleeding feet, aching limbs, bug bitten, still open hearted. Here the women of our expedition, @taylorfreesolo @emilyaharrington and @hilareeoneill, expose how physically depleting this trip has been. We have descended
Saturday night at the Sydney Opera House after the concert featuring the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. As dramatic as all the legends ever said. Photo by @jimrichardsonng @natgeo @natgeocreative @natgeotravel #sydney #australia #iphonephoto
Photo by @thomaspeschak Reef mantas feeding on the seabed in the Hanifaru Marine Reserve, Maldives. This unusual behavior often occurs after mass feeding events when little plankton is left in the water column. It appears that these mantas are hoovering up any plankton hiding near the sandy bottom.
See our favorite shots from the Macro photography #YourShot assignment: on.natgeo.com/1vyfE8o pic.twitter.com/rOXPGyK2Lv
Photo by @vincentjmusi I get a lot of emails looking for guidance on how to become a photographer for National Geographic Magazine. The truth is I don't know. I've made every wrong move and mistake in the book but have always felt that you can't learn from your mistakes if you don't make any. So he
Photo by @amivitale. Three male giraffes fight it out in a head butting match in the @Londolozi Private Game Reserve, a part of the #SabiSands Private Game Reserve, situated on the western border of the #Kruger National Park in #SouthAfrica. The normally placid animals head butt each other in a show
The sun sets on Detroit's historic Grand Circus park, November 21, 2014. iPhone photo by @waynelawrence #onassignment in #Detroit for @natgeo
A replica of a 1.9 million year old Homo habilis skull made with a polymer resin emerges over a 15 hour time laps on a 3D printer. The #TurkanaBasinInstitute and the #NationalMuseumofKenya teamed up with @AutoDesk, a software firm to create @africanfossils to show case many of the fossils found in E