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Nat Geo Photography
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"I always try to go without preconceived ideas...and let my instincts take over." on.natgeo.com/1te0bmU pic.twitter.com/mc3wbD8w7D
Seal, Whale, and Arctic Cod—it's what's for dinner in Greenland. Matthieu Paley documents eating habits of the Inuit. on.natgeo.com/1tdZEBr
One photographer spent 100 days in photo blinds trying to capture the elusive swift fox and its prairie dog prey. on.natgeo.com/1ncT4i0
On the edge of conflict in Ukraine: "War is about normal people ... That is what scares me most." on.natgeo.com/Y5O0jd
On photography: "I like its ability to transform life into permanent memories." on.natgeo.com/Y4ltuk
Photographer @JohnStanmeyer continues to cover the refugee crisis in Turkey as tension between Turks and Kurds grows. on.natgeo.com/XY9e2x
How one scary bear led to a fascination with taxidermy. on.natgeo.com/1yq0HGr
How to keep calm with a squirrel on your face: find out why these great images didn't quite make the cut. on.natgeo.com/XWbfvZ
What kind of photos were you shooting at 16 years old? on.natgeo.com/1yoNL3G
Did you know that a group of rhinos is called a crash? Celebrate World Rhino Day with these 14 memorable pictures. on.natgeo.com/1ymXl73
Photographer @JohnStanmeyer on witnessing a deluge of thousands of Syrian refugees fleeing to Turkey. on.natgeo.com/XOmGpE
How did he do that? The magic behind a 240-degree view from above. on.natgeo.com/XNkvm7
In 1977 a photographer followed a stubborn woman across the outback. Love, danger and adventure ensued. on.natgeo.com/1DnT3wf
We are what we eat: travel to a place where heaven is a slice of steaming goat fat with a side of salty milk tea. on.natgeo.com/1ATpD5e
"My subjects are mainly older people because, they have more vivid experiences marked in their faces." on.natgeo.com/1ATimlP
"It's almost as though he was a toy soldier that had been pushed over by some malevolent child." on.natgeo.com/1ASHd9x
Photo of the Day: Blowing in the Wind on.natgeo.com/1ASuovI
Chernobyl: nuclear meltdown leaves a vast, empty land overtaken by vegetation. on.natgeo.com/1DkOcvK
Pen and ink to pixels: A photographic sketchpad brings science to life. on.natgeo.com/1u447s1
It's thanks to evolution that no two faces are alike, study finds. Stunning photos by Martin Schoeller on.natgeo.com/1Dg70MM
Swirling lines and a rainbow of colors: Thierry Bornier, in China, brings us a stunning series of rice paddies. on.natgeo.com/1tXhN8f
Jurassic Parking Lot: Spinosaurus Makes Its Debut on.natgeo.com/1tWVqzG
Photo of the Day: Spirits of Westminster on.natgeo.com/1sWfZOM
Photo of the Day: Red Fish, Blue Fish on.natgeo.com/1tQuzW2
The future of Britain is balanced on a knife's edge as Scotland weighs independence vote. on.natgeo.com/1qQhLPw
From high on atop a boom, Fritz Hoffmann pulls a reverse street view on Google. on.natgeo.com/1tNNODb