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In this scene from our August 2000 issue, Young Vietnamese Buddhists stand outside the Phuoc Hue Temple in Sydney, Australia. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3MpPvlr
In this scene from our archives, guests attend a poetry party in China in the mid to late 1920s. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3a0j6nj
In this scene from our March 2017 issue, Sixth graders line up in front of a Montezuma cypress in Santa María del Tule, Oaxaca, Mexico. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/39lu9XX
“It’s mesmerizing to watch hundreds of eels waving and undulating in an ancient exotic dance." The wonders below the surface, from two of the world's best undersea photographers. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000180… @NatGeo @DavidDoubilet @jennifer_hayes1
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In this scene from our November 2006 issue, a bevy of red-eyed tree frogs engage in mating—with as many as four males trying to attach to one egg-laying female. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3yCyqkm
In this scene from our 1990 issue, Catholic worshippers in Cavite, Philippines, light fireworks after a Mass. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3l7UbjY
In this scene from our May 2008 issue, in this photo from a culinary school in Hefei, chefs-in-training prepare vegetables in flaming woks. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3wnbJxI
In this scene from our June 2009, an imperial shrimp camouflages itself in gills of a Spanish dancer off the coast of Bali, Indonesia. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/37D381O
In this scene from our October 2008 issue, people hang out under the Golden Quadrilateral Highway in Muratganj, India. #PhotoOTheDay on.natgeo.com/3KRpMRu
In this scene from our February 2018 issue, three telescopes at Spain's Deimos Sky Survey peer into space. View more photos here: on.natgeo.com/3w9jbg3 #PhotoOfTheDay
In this scene from our archives, Ice covers the weather observatory on New Hampshire's Mount Washington. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3MQKhz7
In this scene from our July 1964 issue, typesetters prepare pages for a daily Chinese newspaper. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/39sNgzf
In this scene from our April 1996 issue, Muslim women at Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, offer prayers at Id al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3kDoqyV
She grew up in Alaska's wilds. Her parents nurtured a love of the north. Acacia Johnson gets it. Deeply. And shows us in her photography. email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000180… @_AcaciaJohnson @NatGeo @ICPhotog @WhitneyLatorre
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In this scene from our October 2017 issue, visitors walk around an 82-foot artificial tree inside of the Green Planet, a biodome in Dubai that shelters more than 3,000 species of tropical plants and animals. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3MFVrXg
In this scene from our February 1988 issue Ian Aboriginal man leans on his fishing spear and looks upon his family's traditional lands. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3ETp4Sz
In this scene from our archives, a Lama and his disciple meditate in a sacred cave during Losar, the TIbetan New Year. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/37ISlmF
In this scene from our April 1922 issue, a man stands at the edge of the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park is one of the most-visited natural attractions in the world, welcoming more than 5 million tourists each year. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3vn5Hy9
This land is your land. What happens when a photographer takes a year off and travels to every U.S. national park? See here: email.nationalgeographic.com/H/2/v600000180… @NatGeo 📷 by@jonathanririshhh
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In this scene from our May 2017 issue, Heather blooms across the Mar Lodge Estate in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/37AQP60
In this scene from our September 2009 issue, a hummingbird pollinates an orchid in Cerro Punta, Panama. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/36CQNdq
In this scene from our May 2009 issue, a bus shelter in downtown San Francisco supports a tiny living roof in this image from our photography archives. #PhotoOftheDay on.natgeo.com/3Ojm0U1
In this scene from our October 1999 issue, members of a Jewish priesthood, called the Cohanim, pray beneath prayer shawls at the Western Wall. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/393ezAb
This scene of the Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park was featured in our April 1922 issue. The falls are 308 feet high—nearly twice that of Niagara Falls #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3vlZbpY
In this scene from our November 1974 issue, colorful sawdust creates a carpet to be used in a Good Friday procession on a street in Antigua, Guatemala. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3jK6sKI
This sequoia tree is a sign of hope. The world needs forests. Behind the cover of this special issue of @NatGeo. nationalgeographic.com/photography/ar… @sequoiaforest @Interior Photo: @keithladzinski
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In this scene from our May 2015 issue, dusky dolphins work together to herd anchovies into a group before they take turns feasting on them. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3JHPIhK
In this scene from our January 1992 issue, women in Coconut Grove, Florida, attend a pre-Easter hat sale at a friend's home. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3xmKRjL
“This is a story of Indigenous people using traditional practices and modern technology that is offering us a potential solution to deal with the #climate crisis, while ... giving these previously disenfranchised people the opportunity to thrive." nationalgeographic.com/newsletters/ar… @NatGeo
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In this scene from our archives, wild horses graze along the Kolyma River in northeastern Siberia. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3JwjSEw
In this scene from our archives, a six-week-old baby gorilla is cared for by a zookeeper at the Cincinnati Zoo, after it was abandoned by its mother at a zoo in Texas. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/38CyFRA
In this scene from our March 1970 issue, A cowboy herds his cattle through tall grass in the Herrera province in Panama. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3O6BGtN
In this scene from our July 2002, a man inspects scores of orchid hybrids at his nursery in Homestead, Florida. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3Ji2Mds
Need some help getting psyched for spring? Here are @NatGeo's best flower and blossom images, in one place. Enjoy! nationalgeographic.com/newsletters/ar… @WhitneyLatorre
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In this scene from our April 2013 issue, a manatee swims in Crystal River Reserve, Florida. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3Lwbgzr
In this scene from our October 2013 issue, women apply makeup before filming a dance sequence for a movie in Bhutan. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3uxvmCq
In this scene from our October 2018 issue, the sun sets over Peru's Juruá River #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3JL35yH
In this scene from our The November 1917 issue, three Scottish terrier puppies rest from playing in a field. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3JDttup
In this scene from our archives, pilgrims climb Croagh Patrick in County Mayo, Ireland, on Reek Sunday. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3654Acg
In this scene from our August 2016 issue, a mother panda tends to her infant at Bifengxia Panda Center in Sichuan Province, China. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3iuZOYt
In this scene from our August 1978 issue, a woman in Cape Coral, Florida, collects beer cans for recycling. on.natgeo.com/3KI1g5G
In this scene from our May 1974 issue, high schoolers in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, play basketball. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3tUffP8
She's photographed a dozen polar expeditions. It seemed natural that she'd accompany the discoverers of the Endurance—which was found entombed 2 miles beneath Antarctic ice. nationalgeographic.com/newsletters/ar… @NatGeo @WhitneyLatorre
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In this scene from our April 1917 issue, Red Cross nurses use microscopes to conduct research during World War I. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/35LcLuq
In this scene from our March 2003 issue, people dive into a river in El Yunque National Forest, an hour outside San Juan, Puerto Rico. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/36acnoM
In this scene from our July 2018 issue, members of the Palmer Society, a campus women’s organization, celebrate their graduation from Whittier College in California. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/3ITMKY8
A mother and daughter ran as gunshots sounded behind them. Others had only a moment to gather things before fleeing. They somehow made it out of #Ukraine. It will take much longer to feel safe, they told @anastasiatl—who took these portraits. nationalgeographic.com/newsletters/ar… @NatGeo
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In this scene from our archives, an American crocodile swims through the waters of the Gardens of the Queen National Marine Park in Cuba. #PhotoOfTheDay on.natgeo.com/35Ggp8l
In this scene from our September 1966 issue, A pair of readers luxuriate in the warm waters of Radium Hot Springs in Canada's Kootenay National Park. on.natgeo.com/35mF168
She's traveling light. The Ukrainian photographer has fled Russian invaders before. “I grabbed only a camera and a bag with documents. I’m starting a new life from zero. There is me, a tracksuit on me, a camera, and my fiancé.” nationalgeographic.com/newsletters/ar… @NatGeo #Ukraine
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