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National Geographic
Photo // @dguttenfelder David Guttenfelder In southern Laos, near where the Don Sahong hydroelectric dam will soon be constructed, a fisherman’s son rests in a hammock above his father’s weir, waiting for fish migrating upstream to tire and wash back into the trap. Please take a look at our new st
Hubble peered through the dust surrounding a stellar nursery in the constellation Carina:
Video by @amivitale #onassignment for @natgeo. Watch as a panda named Sen Sen pushes Xin Xin out of a tree at the Gengda Giant Panda base that is part of the Wolong Natural Reserve and China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda. #panda #ipanda #pandacub #giantpanda #wolong #sichuan
Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto: Methane emissions, which can be largely attributed to the oil and gas industry, have a significant impact on global #climatechange. Nigeria’s oil industry emits tons of methane from gas flares, despite the fact that flaring has been illegal in #Nigeria since 1984. Flarin
Photo by @tyronefoto (Tyrone Turner). Surfers wait to catch waves near the beach in La Jolla, CA. Shot for a Nat Geo magazine story on the coast of the United States in 2005. #California #lajolla #surf #coast @thephotosociety @natgeocreative
Photo - @andy_bardon /// Figures on a Landscape /// Climbing high in the Tien Shan mountains of #Kazakhstan yesterday. Humbled by the scale. w/ @sherpascinema @anjin_san @shotovercamera
Photo taken by @stevemccurryofficial in Cambodia // The man playing with the young pup is the temple's caretaker. The once-glorious building has been left in the condition in which it was discovered. Over time, the thick roots of the jungle trees have become entwined with the building to the point
Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz / @thephotosociety. Low tide reveals the decaying hulls of the Staten Island Boat Graveyard. Located on the Arthur Kill waterway that separates Rossville from New Jersey. It's an accidental museum of New York maritime history, as boats rot while waiting t
The year 1941: Cars parked at a drive-in theater with a 53-foot wide screen in Alexandria, Virginia. Flashback 127 years into photographic history as we bring you images from the Natgeo archives—see more at @natgeocreative Photo by J. Baylor Roberts
An Armenian family poses inside Haydarpasa train station, where exactly a century ago, hundreds of Armenian intellectuals were brought and set to Ayas to be executed. This marked the beginning of the massacres of 1915. Photo by @markosian #natgeo #1915
Photo by @haarbergphoto (Erlend Haarberg) The snow is still deep in the Norwegian mountains, but it is melting and the days are getting longer. This is the mating season of the mountain #hare (Lepus timidus) and they are much more active than usual as they are looking for a potential mate. Love make
Photo: @melissafarlow/@thephotosociety | B-Boy Hip Hop dance is a two hour daily ritual as the family arrives home to a father/son practice. | Currently with @randyolson and @pablocorralvega in Quito, Ecuador. Check out more images from this trip at @artesdequito | #Ecuador #Quito #culture #travel #
Sea ice scientists preparing to secure a GPS unit into the Arctic sea ice, by photographer @nickcobbing. This picture was made in severely cold temperatures; the scientists covered their faces to prevent frostbite. In the background is the polar research vessel Lance, frozen into the surface of the
Photo: @stephsinclairpix/ @thephotosociety Generators keep the lights blazing in Sanaa, Yemen's Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where power cuts are frequent. This image was made #onassignment for National Geographic for the story Days of Reckoning, a prelude to the country's troubles: http
Photo: @stephsinclairpix/ @thephotosociety Urban neighborhoods with pervasive unemployment and poverty are home to the hungriest. The South Bronx has the highest rate of food insecurity in the country, 37 percent, compared to 16.6 for NYC as a whole. Here, Hullamatou Ceesay feeds one of her childre
Photo by @amivitale #onassignment for @natgeo. A red panda roams at the Wolong China Conservation & Research Center for the Giant Panda. Its wild population is estimated at less than 10,000 mature individuals and the population continues to decline because of habitat loss and fragmentation, poaching
The editing for a project on #Feathers nears an end. I found this #Ostrich #tailFeather in a hat that was given to my daughter. @thePhotosociety @natgeo @RobertClarkphoto
Photo: @melissafarlow/@thephotosociety | Clouds swirl above Cotopaxi, the volcano 50 km south of Quito making its presence known above a shadowed hillside of homes. Since 1738, Cotopaxi erupted more than 50 times. | Please see @artesdequito photo by: @melissafarlow | @thephotosociety with @randyolso
Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto: In this photo from 2004 a resident of Sanghana town, in the Niger Delta, attempts to board an oilrig as a form of protest. A Dec. 29, 2014 article on the @washingpost states, “Methane accounts for about 9% of US greenhouse gas emissions, and the biggest single source of
photo by// @drewtrush With summer right around the corner, we’ll soon be seeing more of these Pika (Ochotona) in the high country. #greateryellowstoneecosystem #pika #cute #photography #wildlifephotography #nature #bigwonderfulwyoming @natgeocreative @thephotosociety
Photo by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto Re-creating nature in miniature has for centuries proved an irresistible challenge for the Japanese. Great care is bestowed on bonsai, tiny trees whose roots and branches have been pruned to stunt their growth. Bonsai master Yamada Tomio holds a 75 year-old
Photo: @randyolson/@thephotosociety | El Panecillo (from Spanish panecillo small piece of bread, diminutive of pan bread) is a hill you can see throughout Quito. Its peak is 3,016 metres above sea level. Currently with @melissafarlow and @pablocorralvega in Quito, Ecuador working on a new project. b
White rhinos graze on grasses in this image from our Traveler Photo Contest:
Photo // @dguttenfelder Cambodian men fish in Tonle Sap Lake. Fish pour out of the nutrient-rich Tonle Sap lake during the dry season, when its floodwaters recede into the Mekong. Dams may disrupt the seasonal flood cycle that underpins the fishery, which supplies many Cambodians with protein. Ple
The year 1935: A kitten aboard a floating Victoria water lily pad in the Philippines. Flashback 127 years into photographic history as we bring you images from the Natgeo archives—see more at @natgeocreative Photo by Alfred T. Palmer