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In this scene from our May 1957 issue, a girl walks through the town of Tylerton on Maryland's Smith Island. Today, fewer than 300 people live there, and due to climate change the island is expected to erode completely by the year 2100. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3DJhsjx
In this scene from our July 1915 issue, a car drives beneath towering redwoods in California. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3lFVFD4
In this scene from our archives, divers off the coast of Sri Lanka attempt to cut a fishing net off the fluke of a sperm whale. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2YHv1AQ
In this scene from our December 1995 issue, a farmer in California rides an ATV through his vineyard to examine the grape vines. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2YFmrDf
In this scene from our January 2017 issue, girls play during a break from a daylong mother-daughter retreat. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3oTd6lM
Like me, photographer @EliasNotAlias was uprooted from a middle-class home as a teen and struggled for a few years. Unlike me, he ended up documenting his old neighborhood for @NatGeo as an adult, with fellow Queens native @Fletchpost. Elias's story: email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v60000017c…
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In this photograph captured in Forbesganj, India, students take a break between classes at the Kasturba Gandhi Girls School. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3iJ5dLW
In this scene from our archives, students march in commemoration of Ohi Day-- also known as "Day of the No"-- in the village of Chora, Greece. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3BpaFe0
In this scene from our August 1955 issue, kids wash the family station wagon next to Clear Lake, Manitoba. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3FjywhS
"I wonder how many more little white flags we will need to commemorate all the Americans who will die from this." On the stunning composite photograph of the memorial to #COVID19's U.S. victims. nationalgeographic.com/newsletters/ar… @NatGeo @WhitneyLatorre @swilkesphoto
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Blood from this cheetah cub's last meal still lingers on its face in this scene from our December 1999 cover story. #PhotoOftheDay on.natgeo.com/2WKhhos
In this scene from our July 2014 issue, an assortment of fruits and vegetables from upscale markets in Manhattan mimics a still life painting. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3F8fLh6
In this scene from our October 1984 issue, the Portuguese city of Porto stands at the mouth of the Douro River. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3D1kwr6
In this scene from our September 1979 issue a vendor pours tea for a customer at a market in Manama, Bahrain. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3zZ2nby
In this scene from our November 1997 issue, actress Grace Bradley Boyd, left, teaches tai chi to fellow seniors in Los Angeles. Boyd would live to be 97 years old. #PhootoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3iflPdI
In this scene from the May 1969 issue, tourists visit the reconstructed Temple of Ramses II in Abu Simbel, Egypt. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3ibHkMM
In this scene from our archives, the patriarch of a family of antique dealers prepares to enjoy a meal during Eid at his home in Kashgar, Xinjiang, China. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3i1uXCM
A carrot. A piece of kale. A blueberry seed. The otherworldly beauty of the things we eat, magnified hundreds of times. nationalgeographic.com/science/articl… @NatGeo v Robert Dash
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In this scene from our archives, Sudan, the world's last male northern white rhino is comforted by Joseph Wachira, one of Sudan's dedicated keepers at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia, Kenya. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3i0trRr
In this scene from our archives, elephants graze in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3zvGdNF
In this scene from our June 2003 issue, schoolboys armed with fake automatic rifles wait to greet foreign peace activists. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3Cy8XY5
Story and understanding, not just beauty, are what @NatGeo's elite underwater photographers are aiming for. See more images here: email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v60000017b… @WhitneyLatorre@Brian_Skerryy@tompeschakk@jennifer_hayes11@DavidDoubilettD
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In this scene from our May 1996 issue, the falls of Saskatchewan's Fond du Lac River crash around a small island in this image from our photography archives. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2XpjmpX
Powerful: A fire helmet. A pair of boots. A prayer card carried by a hijacked jetliner pilot. A piece of the engine. The objects that survived 9/11. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v60000017b… @NatGeo @WhitneyLatorre @911Museum
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In this scene from our archives, Kakenya Ntaiya reads with fourth graders at the boarding school for girls she founded in the village of Enoosaen, Kenya. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3ntNWJA
In this scene from our archives, people in Mumbai, India, dance and throw colored powders as part of a festival celebrating the elephant-headed god Ganesh, who offers good luck. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3trb9xh
In this scene from our April 1996 issue, Orthodox Jewish men approach the Western Wall, a holy site dating back to 19 B.C. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3zTyfz1
It seems so dispassionate, taking photographs from the air. Get the composition & lighting right. Then it hits you: Here's what #Ida and rising seas are doing to the coastline—& the lives of people who live there. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v60000017b… Thanks, @BenDepp @WhitneyLatorre @jentse
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In this scene from our September 1921 issue, the King of Derge poses for a portrait with his two wives and the family's attendants. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/38uohYP
In this scene from our February 1990 issue, a carnival in Windsor, Ontario, looks out over Detroit, Michigan. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3BpC3Z2
In this scene from our archives, the wind makes intricate patterns on a deserted beach along the Pacific Ocean in Baja California, Mexico. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3mLiMx9
In this scene from our archives, the sun casts long shadows at the ancient city of Palmyra, Syria. Historical records of the city date back to 2000 B.C. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/38h034f
In this scene from our March 2005 issue, drummers perform in Brooklyn's Prospect Park. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/38dKjyI
In this scene from our November 1961 issue, archaeologists in Pompeii, Italy, patch a plaster mold of a female victim of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3msyCMS
In this scene from our January 1999 issue, a woman climbs Popocatépetl, an active volcano in central Mexico, to make offerings to El Popo, a god who harnesses clouds to deliver rain to thirsty crops. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3B3Ud2d
Mangoes are now booming in Sicily. The canals in Leiden have flowed since Rembrandt’s day. These microscopic crystals shine in a Hungarian lab. Seeing the world from the eyes of @NatGeo’s 30 international editions. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v60000017b… #WorldPhotographyDay
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In this scene from our July 1914 issue, a baby crawls out from under a net serving as a playpen. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2WdCIgJ
"When I got home, a phone call came from the @nytimes — 'You have 15 minutes to pack. Get to the airport now.' I got my hard drives and a few pieces of clothing. I forgot to take socks, that’s how quickly I packed." - @kianahayeri nationalgeographic.com/culture/articl… @NatGeo
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In this scene form our December 2002 issue, Puna Dawson, a hula master (left), exhibits the spirit of aloha in her work helping elders at a food bank in Lihue, Kauai. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2W2LaQ1
In this photograph taken in 1910, civil rights activist, feminist, and educator Nannie Helen Burroughs holds a banner for the Woman's Auxiliary to the National Baptist Convention, which she helped found. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/37TdfvN
In this scene from our archives, an iridescent double rainbow arcs over the Kalalau Valley on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/37Veb2A
In this scene from our November 2017 issue, thrill seekers strap in for flying roller coaster ride in Pyongyang, North Korea. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3jXnbKu
In this scene from our December 1961 issue, workers in West Germany build the Berlin Wall. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2VQO36E
In this photograph taken at the Nairobi Elephant Nursery in Kenya, keepers protect a baby elephant from the cold and rain with a custom-made raincoat. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3scIsn4
The outstanding Olympic photographer who redefined underwater imagery—and tells @NatGeo that you’re only as good as your last shot. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v60000017b…
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In this scene from our August 1999 issue, a Chipaya family in Bolivia visits the grave of a family member on the eve of The Day of the Dead, praying the loved one will arise and return home to them. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3lLgq0J
In this scene from our August 1995 issue, a crowd observes the anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing by laying flowers at the city's Peace Memorial Park. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/2VtN1NT
In this scene from our March 2003 issue, little dresses hang to dry on a line in Utuado, Puerto Rico. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3fSqW2H
In this scene captured in September 2016, former U.S. President Barack Obama snorkels in the waters off the Midway Islands. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3frVlUX
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