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Nat Geo Photography

Celebrate the unofficial start of summer with these photos showing people soaking up sun
These seldom seen WWII photos from our archives "tell a story we don't want to forget":
An ocelot strolls at night in Manú National Park. This beautiful cat eats lizards & sloths.
See the birth of a black hole and a quiet portrait of Saturn in the week's best space photos
"The people who know sharks intimately tend to be the least afraid of them." Photos:
Were you one of the winner's of last week's captino contest?
A guard surveys a looted cemetery littered with human bones. How looting kills our past:
Passion drove this photographer to spend 10 years documenting Colombia's ranchers:
In this week's best space photos, see thousands of galaxies, a black hole's birth and more
In Juárez, painted houses used to be rare as residents tried to avoid attention of gangs:
Tired of the action picture, a photographer shares in-between moments from the Arab Spring:
Say "ahh!" Get up close and personal with tiger sharks through these stunning photos:
For #MemorialDay: photos of WWII bunkers that form a strange part of Europe's landscapes:
See the stunning pictures from our archive that made photographic history:
More than 1,000 species of birds live in & around Manú National Park. More amazing photos:
LAST CHANCE. The Travel Photographer of the Year Contest closes in one hour. Submit now!
A photographer casts a cinematic eye on conflict and change in her native Turkey:
We're not (sea)horsing around. The photo contest ends in a few hours— enter now!
As Juárez becomes safer, kids can leave the house. Many attend lucha libre classes.
We're smitten with this contest entry. See the rest, & submit yours before it ends tomorrow!
Why Snapchat could change how photographers tell stories | #snapchat
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Photos by @vanhoutenphoto show first U.S. climate refugees struggling to stay above water
What does the color blue evoke for you? In these beautiful portraits, it's a sign of hope:
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