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National Geographic
Photo taken by @christianziegler in #Sabah / #Borneo. Rajah’s pitcher plant (Nepenthes rajah), has the largest of all pitchers, with up to 3 liters content. The species is endemic to higher elevations of the Mt. Kinabalu area and listed as endangered in the IUCN red list. Rajah’s pitcher plant has
"Living in the Age of Airplanes" will take you on a visual journey around the world:
Photo by @haarbergphoto (Erlend Haarberg) We spent the last ten days in the #Sarek National Park in #Sweden, photographing ptarmigans. As we feared would happen, the movement of the birds was unpredictable in the landscape covered by deep snow. We had some lucky moments when we spotted them - if the
Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto: Helicopter "Sky Cranes", used by the CDF for dropping water on hard to reach fires, uses nearby #ShastaLake to load up their water tanks. Shasta County, CA 1999. A Sept. 2014 article on states, “According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, 82% of the state of C
Photo by @haarbergphoto (Orsolya Haarberg) Shadows of birch trees draw paralell lines on the surface of snow that was smoothed into gentle waves by the winds. #Sarek National Park, #Sweden.
Photographer @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) on assignment for @natgeo Magazine in his #AirWolf flight suit. Preparing to take off in an #R44helicopter to plant a camera trap on a moose kill site (hoping for a pack of wolves!) Check Huey's wolf photos from the past week of work in #DenaliNationalPark a
Photo @coryrichards A Rawang man weaves a bamboo mat in his home in the remote far north of the Kachin state, Myanmar. Shot #onassignment for @natgeo going sea to summit in an attempt to measure the highest point in SE Asia. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative
Photo by @petekmuller for @natgeo. The bustling streets of #Bouake, #IvoryCoast during a market day. Bouake is Ivory Coast's second largest city, after #Abidjan, and has an economy based largely around the cotton industry. I shot in this market for about an hour, hoping to capture a sense of the cro
Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz The Flatiron Building has a way of taking over every photograph it appears in. Cutting diagonally across Manhattan, Broadway creates two wedges every time it intersects an avenue. No architect was able to take better advantage of these wedges than Daniel
Photo // @jimmy_chin All storms pass...eventually. @kitdski waiting for the winds to drop and the sun to rise. Highly motivated and someone who can't sit still for long, I know it's cold out when Kit is still in her sleeping bag after 9am. On assignment for @natgeo. #wyolife #minusthirtywindchill #
Light and shadows, Lake Geneva. @JOEMCNALLY #nikonnofilter #thephotosociety
Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) taken two days ago from Buda looking at the Hungarian Parliament Building situated on the banks of the Danube in Pest. It was built between 1885 and 1904 in response to the need for a symbol that represented the sovereignty of the nation. It remains both the large
Photo by @amivitale. Children dress up for their annual Sport day in the hills of Maskeliya, Sri Lanka. I was there in January and February #onassignment for a National Geographic story (@natgeo). I've been away for a few weeks teaching some seminars, including one for @natgeotravel, but I'm back an
Returning (in images) to the islands of Scotland this weekend (like Sanday in Orkney that you see here) as I prepare for my Islands of Obsession show for NG Live in Tampa next week. You can follow along at @natgeotravel Photo by @jimrichardsonng #scotland
Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) of the the Iron Creek #wolfpack in #DenaliNationalPark, Alaska. This pack is a single family of 7 wolves. The parents are out of frame and wearing some of the tracking collars used by the National Forest Service to study the dozen or so packs in the Park. More
Photo by @petekmuller for @natgeo. Young men gather to listen to music in the town of #Waterloo, #SierraLeone. Waterloo is the capital of Western Area Rural District, located approximately 20 miles from the capital city of #Freetown. When this picture was taken in December 2014, Western Area was hea
For some getting a particular shot can become an obsession. How was this captured?
Photo by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto. An enchanted world in shades of green, Kyoto's Saihoji garden, known as the Moss Temple, is carpeted by some 120 varieties of moss. #JapaneseGarden #Japan #Kyoto #Saihoji #spring #zen #garden @theimagereview @thephotosociety @natgeocreative
Ballerina by window light. @joemcnallyphoto #nikonnofilter #thephotosociety
Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz The #Bedford-Stuyvesant section of #Brooklyn is unusual for the quantity and authenticity of its Victorian row houses dating largely from the 1880s. It became the cultural heart of Brooklyn’s African-American community after 1936, when the A train connect
The year 1969: President and Mrs. Johnson and Vice President Humphrey watch Apollo 11 lift off at Cape Canaveral. Flashback 127 years into photographic history as we bring you images from the Natgeo archives—see more at @natgeocreative Photo by Otis Imboden
Photograph by @paulnicklen while on assignment for @natgeo. You know you are in the right spot when you are in a staring contest with a wolverine. It was -18c outside and I was standing chest deep in a near freezing river in my drysuit with my 600mm lens. Only my head and shoulders were sticking
Photo taken by @christianziegler in #Brunei. Hardwicke's Woolly Bat (Kerivoula hardwickii hardwickii) is a bat which uses the pitchers of Nepenthes hemsleyana as a day roost. Being protected from rain and predators is important for bats. In this mutualistic relationship, the plant offers ‘housing’
Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz Dhows loaded with fishermen head out from Quero Niuni in the Quirimbas Archipelago of #Mozambique. Hundreds of fishermen and their families have set up temporary residence on this islet of sand only a few hundred meters long. They are here to gain acces
Slowly the earth becomes visible once again in the Northeast. #joemcnallyphoto #nikonnofilter