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Photo by @KristaRossow. I hiked up Dune 45 in #Namibia at dawn to watch the sunrise. My footsteps marred the perfectly formed ridges at the tops of the dunes, but the beauty of sand dunes is that they are always changing. By the next sunrise they will have vanished. #Africa @NatGeoCreative #sossusvl
Snow falls over the Blue Pond in Japan in this photo submitted to the Traveler photo contest
Photo by @tylermetcalfe // A man walks along clear waters and sandy beaches at Buck Island, St. Croix, Virgin Islands. A National Monument, the island hosts over 4500 acres of reef, and is one of the few nesting grounds for endangered brown pelicans in the Virgin Islands.
A closeup view of the colorful markings on King Penguins. I shot this in one of the largest King Penguin colonies in the world on South Georgia Island on a recent #natgeoexpedition. Did you know that yesterday was World Penguin Day? Photo by @magnumji
Photography @johnkernickphotography Tanka Bay, just north of Tulum on Mexico's Yucatan coast. The reef which is about 1 km from the shore and an easy swim in shallow waters is part of the second longest barrier reef in the world. #yucatancoast #mexico #tankabay
Birds fly by the Jal Mahal Water Palace in this photo submitted to the Traveler photo contest
Most people travel to #Nepal to see the mountains, but they return to Nepal because of the people. Our hearts and prayers go out to those affected by the earthquake in #Kathmandu. This image was shot while hiking the trail to Everest basecamp. photo by @magnumji
Dune 45 is a huge dune in the Sossusvlei area of the Namib Desert in Namibia. Its name comes from the fact that it is at the 45th kilometer of the road that connects the park entrance gate and Sossusvlei. Because it is close to the road, it is a popular dune to climb and photograph. At about 500 fee
Photo by @natgeoyourshot member Kelvin Z. // A rainbow arcs over a landscape of Cappadocia's famous rock formations. This image was chosen as a Top Shot from @natgeoyourshot editors, who select from thousands of recent photo submissions on our National Geographic Your Shot website. Top Shot is the p
A lone iceberg made its way to the beach, while the others watched from a distance, just outside of Ilulissat, Greenland. in Greenlandic, Ilulissat literally translates to "icebergs"...and it is really no wonder why. This small little town on the west coast of Greenland is an iceberg paradise, most
Be patient and your subject will appear! Photo by @erikaskogg on a National Geographic Photography Expedition through #Morocco. #HassanIIMosque
A climber gazes at an Icelandic cave in this photo submitted to the Traveler Photo Contest
Brilliant moon ring in the #FloridaKeys. A moon ring, also known as a lunar halo, is caused by the ice crystals in cirrostratus clouds high in the upper troposphere. Light is reflected and refracted by the ice crystals and split up into colors because of dispersion. The crystals behave like prisms a
Photo by @ChrisBickford @NatGeoTravel: The word "whiskey" comes from the Irish word "uisce" (pronounced ISH-ka) which means, simply, water. In Irish, whiskey is called "uisce beatha", or water of life, which is a literal translation of the Latin "aqua vita". Medieval Irish monks were the first to
Photo by @jeffmauritzen. On August 10, the first day of #PuckFair in Ireland, horses are bought and sold in the fields just outside the small town of #Killorglin in County Kerry, #Ireland. Puck Fair is a mad festival that's been going on for the last 401 years, where a wild mountain goat is captured
A nighttime view of the Temple of Haroeris and Sobek in Kom Ombo, Egypt
Photo by @erickruszewski - Held each November, the #Pushkar Camel Fair in #India attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors and tons of livestock over a five-day period. People buy and sell livestock, while others come to witness the event. At sunset, several #camels congregate near a tent.
At CM Ranch in Dubois, Wyoming, Hunter Sullivan runs his horse across open pasture on the ranch. If you want to improve your photography as well as spend a fantastic week at the CM, in the beautiful Wind River Valley, check out the upcoming National Geographic "Wyoming's Cowboy Country" photograph
Sunrise over Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia. Submit your best shots to the Traveler Photo Contest
The 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is underway! Weekly Featured Images by: Manish Mamtani Francesco Riccardo Ethan Blair Adam Clark Stefan Berube Mohd Irman Ismail Lee Scott Visit to enter the contest for a chance to win incredible prizes, including
I am always captivated by the blue coloring or glaciers. Compression over time makes the ice more dense, forcing out the tiny air pockets between crystals. When the ice becomes dense, it absorbs a small amount of red light, leaving a bluish tint in the reflected light. Earth Day is a time to reflect
Photography @johnkernickphotography Walking the high line in NYC. Its just been extended beyond the original 2.3Km all the way up to 34th St, amazing way to pass through the city. #thehighline #nyc #thehighlinepark
The spires of British Columbia's Bugaboo Mountains reflect in a small mountain lake in the early morning light. On this Earth Day, let's make sure we protect beautiful places like this for future generations to enjoy. #earthday #earthdayeveryday photo by @magnumji
Photo by @jeffmauritzen. The blue-sided tree frog is an endangered and endemic arboreal frog found in #CostaRica. Happy Earth Day! #NGExpeditions #HappyEarthday #Earthday