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National Geographic
Photo by Michael Yamashita @yamashitaphoto. Ice patterns from the Duke Farms Winter workshop. ‪#‎dukefarms‬ ‪#‎Hillsborough‬ ‪#‎NewJersey‬ ‪#‎snow‬ ‪#‎winter‬ ‪#‎ice‬ ‪#‎nature‬ @dukefarms @theimagereview @thephotosociety @natgeocreative
Photo by @salvarezphoto shot on assignment for @natgeo 65,000 years ago small bands of people occupied Klipdrift cave on the southern coast of Africa. In Klipdrift and sites like it humanity came up with our most important innovation, symbols. #africa #southafrica @thephotosociety
Photo taken by @stevemccurryofficial // Split by an earthquake in 1838, King Bodawpaya's pagoda in Mingun, near Mandalay, is a monument to earthly ambition and a dream unfulfilled. Begun in 1790 to enshrine a holy relic - a tooth reputed to be the Buddha's - the pagoda was envisioned by Bodawpaya as
Photo by @edkashi A young man peers through a window at a police checkpoint in Kano, Nigeria on March 31, 2013. The Nigerian Mobile Police, known as Mopols, man a checkpoint to protect the Christian minority during Easter Sunday from rampant violence by Boko Haram. Ed Kashi of @viiphoto is taking
This image is from a body of work that focuses on some of the #humanrights issues fueling the fire in Northern Nigeria. A Muslim Fulani man stands in the doorway of his burnt out home in Attakar, #Nigeria on March 26, 2013. Hisfamily's home was attacked the previous week by Christian Fulanis, with
Photo: @melissafarlow | How do you select photographs that work together to tell stories? My colleague @amivitale and I will give honest advice at a National Geographic Traveler seminar in San Diego on March 8. We target how best to connect with people you photograph. Register now:
Photo @ladzinski / Explorer @mikelibecki sending up a 100% biodegradable rice paper lantern at the base of #Poumaka Tower after a successful first ascent. It was nothing short of a muddy and dangerous battle on the beautiful remote island of #UaPoa. In the deep wet jungle after weeks of constant rai
I photographed these salmon alevin for the @NatGeo article, "Was Darwin Wrong?" This is a copy of a #Polaroid that I found in my files. The eggs that are laid in the fall hatch the next spring. The small larval fish, about one inch in length, are called alevin and still have a yolk sac attached. The
Photo by @edkashi/@viiphoto: A mountain of bagasse, the fibrous material left after #sugarcane production, is loaded by large trucks for use in the power generation station at the Sao Manoel Usina, where #sugar and #ethanol are produced in a 24/7 operation, in Sao Manoel, #Brazil on Sept. 25, 2011.
Phone photo: @ivankphoto The open road is a symbol of freedom and adventure. This road leads down to surf spot called Shipwrecks in northern #Baja, #Mexico. #Bajandoparabaja, @runa_photos, @natgeo, @panospictures, @thephotosociety
Photo by Tyrone Turner, @tyronefoto. Ka'Yenne Waterhouse, 5, poses for a portait before the start of the Original Big Nine Social Aid and Pleasure Club second line parade in December, 2014. See more in my Nat Geo Proof story, "Decked out in Sunday's Best for a New Orleans Second Line." @natgeo @natg
Photo taken by @stevemccurryofficial // I photographed this Hindu priest conducting a prayer ceremony in the evening in Karnataka. These simple prayer ceremonies can be held as often as one to five times per day. An aarti is sung and incense lit by the priest which is often accompanied by the rin
Time Lapse by @timlaman. A little fresh powder makes for a great photo shoot with skier @russlaman. Time Lapse from one day of shooting at Grand Targhee Wyoming. #skiing #Wyoming #powder @thephotosoceity @natgeocreative
Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Suspended on a thin rope, engulfed in cloud and lost in time, a tiny figure is dwarfed by the sheer size on a monumental scale of Cloud Ladder Hall in the Quankou Cave system in Chongqing Municipality of China. The beam of light cast by another cavers head torc
photo by @chamiltonjames (Charlie Hamilton James) Sometimes a slightly wider lens is required. Shot on assignment in Wyoming for a special issue on the Greater Yellowstone Eco-system
Photo by @kitracahana Miss Pearl Heart transforms into the “The Silver Lady” in her home in the New Orleans Bywater neighborhood. A famous local mime and longstanding resident of the Bywater, Miss Pearl is known for having an open house for low-income buskers and artists trying to stay afloat in the
Look into these eyes and SAVE THE TIGER! Check out "Tigers Forever" - Saving the World's Most Endangered Cat" my NG Book with Sharon Guynup Check out Sharon's Nat Geo Cat Watch blog's - everything you ever wanted to know about the worlds largest cat and the threats they face. Read - J. A. Mills "Blo
Kingo, a western lowland gorilla, ponders a leaf before chowing down. Photo by Ian Nichols @fnordfoto | the 2015 to 2025 IUCN action plan for great ape conservation in western and central Africa is out, a must read for anyone interested in ape conservation, Google it! @thephotosociety #greatape #pri
Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz This is how Lower Manhattan looked at sunrise last month, now that #OneWorldTrade is finished, and Frank Gehry’s wavy skyscraper has some new company to its left. Scroll down through @newyorkairbook to see the exact same view last year and compare. #build
Photograph by @paulnicklen I am going to get back to posting my polar series on @paulnicklen very soon, however, in the meantime we just went and did a fun dive and I wanted to share these images with you. What do I do on a rare day off from shooting for @natgeo? We go and shoot for @sea_legacy an
#PlanetaPhoto is a movement to conserve nature through the power of photography:
Photo // @jimmy_chin A little windy in the high country this week. @jxnfigs searching for calm in the chaos. #iphone #gtnp @kitdski @jacksonhole @thephotosociety
Fighting one of the most destructive invasive species in the Western Hemisphere—the lionfish:
"Photographing transition is tough. But success takes you to new levels of photography."
Photo by @JohnStanmeyer A #dustdevil picks up dirt and plant debris pulverized by the migration out of #Syria. Relatives, friends, and helpful strangers—waiting to welcome the refugees as they walk into #Turkey—were caught in the maelstrom. Fleeing Terror, Finding Refuge ~ My latest story for @Nat