Natural pool in Brazil ❤️❤️❤️
Picture by ✨✨@thiago.lopez✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


Weddings in the Arab region are many, obviously. But to share and publish is a big deal. As Arabs, we tend to view the special day as an intimate and private one. You would never show up to a wedding uninvited. And photography, whether you are conservative, wearing hijab or not, is viewed as something that many couples want to only print and show to close friends and family. Hence, although I have shot countless weddings in the region, I rarely have couples that allow me to showcase some of their wedding images. I get overexcited with the few images that I beg and plead and finally get to share.


Photo by @europeanmommyof2
“A Slinky is one of the most timeless toys,” writes Sasha Čukure (@europeanmommyof2) in her #WHPcircles submission caption. “Every time I watch one of the boys playing with it, it immediately brings me back to my childhood.” 👀


Tourist Taxis | Photograph by Mike Kai (@lemikekai)
“A boy and his mother wait for the local bus while tourist taxis line up all the way out the airport. Only in the past couple years after lifting the embargo have newer cars been imported into the country,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Mike Kai. “Unfortunately the only ones who can afford them are cab companies catering to tourists — locals continue waiting for the bus.”

“I love this young boy’s direct gaze at the camera paired with the body language of him holding hands with his mom. Great job framing this moment against the new taxi cabs to create a narrative about tourism in Cuba.” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemcnicholas)


Photograph by @paulnicklen // When we took off from the sea ice in my little ultralight airplane and flew out over Lancaster Sound, I finally got to live a dream that I had been pursuing for over 10 years. Narwhals are incredibly elusive and live in a habitat that is very challenging to work in. The airplane gave us a glimpse into their world that I had always longed for. Sadly, this not in my new book "Born to Ice" but I do love the simplicity of the water, their body position and the rings of water rippling from their heads. To see many more images of narwhals please feel free to #followme on @paulnicklen. #nature #naturelovers #cuttingroomfloor #instagood #picoftheday #blackandwhite #gratitude


STORY TAKEOVER! “Guardian of the tent at work ⛺️🐶🔥” writes @dogswiss | Be sure to tap our Stories and see Nala’s big adventure weekend! #dogsofinstagram


#Repost @natgeowild

Photo by @FransLanting Adorable, but vulnerable, three cheetah cubs watch their mother hunt in the Serengeti Plains, a few weeks after they first emerged from a den inside the rocks where they spent their first month hiding from predators like lions, hyenas and leopards. More than half of all cheetah cubs do not survive the first four weeks of life and most of the rest do not make it beyond their first year. Cheetahs can’t climb trees like leopards, they can’t dig burrows like hyenas, and they’re not social like lions, so they are vulnerable no matter where they are.Follow me @FransLanting and @ChristineEckstrom for more images of cheetahs and other inhabitants of Wild Africa.

@natgeocreative @thephotosociety #Cheetah #BigCats #BigCatsInitiative #Endangered

Tag @natgeomedia + #ilovemyfamily,我們會於每周分享主題精選照片。
August Spotlight : Family
Home is where your heart is set in stone.
Tag @natgeomedia + #ilovemyfamily, We' ll post favorites next week.


Photo by J. Baylor Roberts: A pair of performing swimmers put on lipstick underwater in Wakulla Springs, near Tallahassee, Florida. This image was originally published in the magazine in January, 1944. #flashbackfriday #fbf #vintage #underwater


FIERCE🔥#HuaweiNextImage #GoodNight


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