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For the past year, the work of these photographers has had much broader exposure—and they are confident that's just part of better representation and visual storytelling to come email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000177… Thanks, @FancyBethany @kgpnyc @mei_ling @johnedwinmason #BHM
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In this scene captured in Taarat, Morocco, a Berber groom kisses his bride at a mass wedding. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3aSmG0M
In this scene from our archives, a mountain goat perches on a wall of the Stikine River Grand Canyon in British Columbia, Canada. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3uxotQW
In this photograph taken during an epedition in the mid-1980s, double-layered tents shelter researchers from wind in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. on.natgeo.com/2Moa1JK
In this scene from our November 1971 issue, a gentoo penguin wears radio backpack that provides scientists with data on its blood flow and pressure. on.natgeo.com/2M6678c
In this scene from our November 1971 issue, a woman in an elaborate costume celebrates Carnival on the island of Trinidad. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3dfOw8Z
Abraham Lincoln lived in this home in Springfield, Illinois, for 17 years before becoming the 16th President of the United States. Today, the home and surrounding land are preserved as a National Historic Site. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3qhUPfU
For #ValentinesDay, @NatGeo asked its photo editors to pick one photograph they loved. One photo. Here they are: email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000177…
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In this scene from our archives, oceanographer Sylvia Earle shows engineer Peggy Lucas a handful of algae through the window of the Tektite habitat. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3b0cZMA
In this scene taken in western Siberia, Ice and snow encrust the workings at an oil rig. Oil is a key component of Russia's economy; the country is the second largest exporter. #PhotoOfDay on.natgeo.com/3rFV04N
In this scene captured in Loiza Aldea, Puerto Rico, a woman dances to bomba music at a bar. The music originated more than 200 years ago with Africans who had been enslaved by Spanish colonizers to work the island's sugar plantations. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3a25wgK
In this scene taken in Kathmandu, Nepal, children fly kites at a boarding school. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3a2M4kd
He's a fashion photographer Who found true beauty in flowers That were dead for decades But remarkably preserved. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000177…
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In this scene taken in Manitoba, Canada, an arctic fox sits under a full February moon. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3pUXXOq
In this scene from our January 1958 issue, thrill-seekers prepare to toboggan down a 1,400-foot hill at Qubec City's winter festival. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/36ZGxcj
In this scene from 1937, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt reads his annual address to the members of Congress. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3pMP2yH
In this scene captured in Oulanka National Park, Finland, a whooper swan prepares for takeoff in the morning mist. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3rgxnj2
In this scene captured in Malacca, Malaysia, a man lights large incense sticks outside of a Taoist temple to celebrate the Chinese New Year. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/39AAyfE
.@NatGeo began its Instagram account nearly 9 years ago—on Everest. "We hoped to reach a new generation...and show them what the beauty and storytelling power of photography was all about." It worked. Now 150 million people follow it. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000177… 📷@emilyaharringtooR
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The Hubble Sapce Telescoped captured this image of a galaxy nicknamed Sombrero, after having a new camera installed in 2002. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2L3qSAQ
In this scene from the early 80s, commuters rush to pack into a subway car in Mexico City. Today, the system carries an estimated 1.6 billion people every year. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3pFllzD
In this image featured in our July 1999 issue, Iranian film director Bahram Beyzai, in green, films a scene with actress Mozhdeh Shamsai. #PhootOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3qXDAjP
This scene captures the distinctive formations of Australia's Bungle Bungle Range, which covers 175 square miles and was created over 370 million years by wind and rain. #PhotoOfTheday on.natgeo.com/36eE5hy
The cottage captured here was the birthplace of poet Robert Burns. He was considered the national poet of Scotland, and is arguably most famous for the poem "Auld Lang Syne." #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2KQyoyW
In this scene from our December 1953 issue, a full TWA flight in the 1950s prepares to leave Washington, D.C., for the West Coast #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/39YaHNw
Half a world away, photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind covers a war few Americans have heard of, but a war that touches everyone living there. Fresh angles? News hooks? It's just important. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000177… @anastasiatl
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In this scene featured in our November 1995 issue, a visitor to the White House gardens dashes off with a peanut meant to deter him from eating flower bulbs. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2KBqlpB
In this scene taken on South Georgia Island, a photographer kneels among a colony of 10,000 king penguins. If you look closely you can tell each penguin is incubating an egg resting on its feet. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2LGghMB
In this scene captured in Cape Evans Antarctica, a formation known as "Castle Iceberg" rises 100 feet in the air. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2NfZdgF
In this scene captured in Cape Evans, Antarctica, a formation known as "Castle Iceberg" rises 100 feet in the air. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3nUtMFv
Nothing says “peaceful transfer of power” like thousands of armed members of the National Guard deployed to Washington, D.C. Scenes from a militarized capital: email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000177… #Inauguration2021 @NatGeo
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In this scene featured in our August 1977 issue, a herd of reindeer travels through a valley in Siberia. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/38Ndc6c
In this scene featured in our July 1999 issue, a betrothed couple—and their chaperone—relax on a bridge in Isfahan, Iran. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2Lz8rUH
In this scene featured in our March 2005 issue, an oak tree stands tall in Delaware Park, Buffalo, New York. on.natgeo.com/3bBVjJ6
In this scene taken near Gardiner, Montana, teenagers in winter hats swim in a thermal hot spring. The air there is 20 degrees below zero making this portion of the Yellowstone River a delightful place for a winter dip. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3siqO0F
In this scene taken in Lhasa, Tibet, a monk hoists prayer flags during Losar, the Tibetan New Year. During the 15-day celebration, observers participate in a series of rituals to set the course for the year ahead. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3ozW751
In this scene taken in Svalbard, Norway, a polar bear roams the ice hunting for bearded seals. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2Xqmmip
In this scene taken in Moscow, Russia, women walk through the snow to St. Basil's Cathedral. The cathedral is one of the most iconic symbols of Russia. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3hPqpOC
In this scene, photographer Des Bartlett captures snow and blue geese from the back of a station wagon in the Arizona desert. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/35boVt1
How photographers are shifting their orientation during #COVID19: "My primary concern has shifted from being about my own safety to whether I am unknowingly putting anyone else at risk.” buzzfeednews.com/article/piapet… @WhitneyLatorre @pia_peterson
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In this scene from our September 1949 issue, visually impaired boys at the Minnesota Braille and Sight Saving School arrange a toy farm in an exercise to improve their sense of touch. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3hERZy3
In this scene from our November 2001 issue, three young men dressed up like Santa to sell Coca-Cola at a New Year's Day celebration in the streets near Moscow's Red Square. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/34VCuwt
In this scene from our archives, a man rides through the Rattlesnake Hills in Yakima County, Washington. The rich Yakima Valley is an agricultural hub, and produces 70 percent of the apples in the United States. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3hr0NHC
"Photography connects us in a very different way." Here are the images that defined 2020, via @NatGeoPhotos email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000176…
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Captured in this scene is Captain Robert Scott's hut, which was erected in 1911 as a base for an expedition in Antarctica. Today, it is preserved as a museum. on.natgeo.com/2KKOyJU
In this scene from our May 1969 issue, children watch the Christmas Eve broadcast from Apollo 8 astronauts in space. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/38xQsp9
In this scene captured in Zermatt, Switzerland, skiers take flight as the iconic Matterhorn looms in the background. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2WIjiO4
In this scene captured at a Tibetan monastery in Bamei, China, bowls of black tea keep visitors awake for meditations. Behind them are candles made of yak butter. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3awzkD3
In this scene, a summer snowstorm swirls around evergreen trees in Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3p9Y2NB
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