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Nat Geo Photography

Villagers blend in with trees in this moving image from our Through the Lens
View 12 retro photos of Yellowstone through time:
An abandoned town gives off an eerie glow in this month's Visions of
Look into the eyes of refugee children from all over the world:
Lava and water collide for a display of elemental power in this image from our photo
A harvest mouse—Europe's smallest rodent—is magnified in this incredible image.
Think you have an eye for fashion? Submit your photos to the fashion assignment on
Refugees give powerful accounts of what caused them to flee for Europe:
Did you know that colors can trigger memories? See what these bright photos bring to
These pictures of great white sharks highlight their beauty and immense power:
From braids to bows—explore ways different cultures use hair to express their
Parakeets resemble ascending souls as they glide gracefully over a London cemetery:
Take an intimate look at some of Japan’s most popular primates:
Mesmerizing photos transport you to an enchanted forest where anything is possible:
Catch some of the best views in the world through these incredible pictures on #YourShot:
Photos show how Europe is being reshaped by the sudden influx of refugees and
A photographer in Hong Kong shares his favorite places to take unique photos of the
See this week's most breathtaking views in our Nature Photographer of the Year
On #WorldRhinoDay view 15 photos of rhinos that shed light on the troubles they face:
A photographer reveals the limboed lives of African migrants who've yet to reach Europe:
Peek through the lens of an Austin photographer and experience the city like never
Fake tusks with hidden GPS trackers are exposing the trails of Africa’s elephant poachers:
Ethereal photos from our #YourShot assignment seek to expose our shady
Science has proven that when seeing a panda we're programed to feel loving and protective:
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