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"The work is a mosaic," says photographer Peter van Agtmael. "Even if it's melancholy it is an homage to America."
Douglas Chandler, a WWII-era contributor to National Geographic magazine, harbored a treasonous secret.
View some of our editor's favorite images from the Follow Me story. #YourShot
With spring in full swing, it's not to early to imagine soaking up the summer rays.
The 2017 Travel Photographer of the Year contest is open for submissions. Show us your best travel photography.
The Follow Me story features some of the best work from our #YourShot community.
Looking at a country where life is a constant search for identity
Embracing one of the coldest and darkest winters to document the Inuit people
The #YourShot community showed through these 22 images how they are facing their fears with a camera.
Photographer Matthieu Paley shares his intimate experiences with the Gojali people in northern Pakistan
Unpacking the history of King Tut’s Father, Akhenaten
Photographer Laetitia Vancon explores the world of young Scots in the Western Isles
Inside incredible, extravagant celebrations of love and family
The 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year contest is now officially open. Submit today!
The Strong Women story features 28 images of women who inspire our #YourShot community.
The Facing Your Fears story features our #YourShot community photographing what scares them.
Documenting the animal inhabitants and breathtaking landscapes of the polar regions
Finding the millennials in the great outdoors...through Instagram
Engaging photos show how Pacific communities are adapting environmental changes
See a National Geographic photographers drive to explore and protect the seas
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