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Photograph by @juanarre (Juan Arredondo)

In February 2000, when members of a paramilitary group massacred townspeople in El Salado, one victim was Miguel Ángel Contreras. His father, Jesús Contreras, has not visited El Salado since. Now 86, blind, and deaf, he lives with his daughter in Cartagena.

The killing of El Salado lasted six days from February 16 to 21 of 2000. By the end, 66 people were killed and the remaining 4,000 residents fled, joining more than 2 million other internally displaced Colombians at the time.
After 52 years of internal conflict, this hopeful nation seek a lasting peace and new opportunities.

Shot on assignment this month's issue of @natgeo 'The healing of Colombia' with text by Alma Guillermoprieto. To see more about Colombia or to learn more about the changes that are taking place.
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#colombia #peaceprocess #internallydisplacedpersons
#almaguillermoprieto #postconflict #photooftheday #everedaylatinamerica

Cartagena De Indias, Colombia

Where the Streets Have No Names | Photograph by Maria Sahai
“Longyearbyen, the world’s northernmost settlement in the world, is one of my favourite places to explore. Especially during the Polar Night, when the sun doesn’t rise for months,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Maria Sahai. “The streets in Longyearbyen have no names, which makes it even more interesting to wander them in search of small details and simple moments.”

“The dark blue tones give this image a cool feeling which matches the frozen landscape that we see. I love that you took this image wide and included the streetlights in the photo. Nice work.” — @natgeoyourshot Producer Matt Adams (@themattadams). This image was selected for the January 8, 2018 Daily Dozen.


Hay palabras que simplemente no tienen traducción. Explora las diferencias que nos unen en #TheStoryOfUs. Estreno domingo 21, 8 PM PE / 9 PM MEX-COL / 10 PM CHI y lunes 22, 10 PM ARG.


Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // How do you like to travel? In the Amazon, where I photographed this sunset along the shores of the mighty Xingú River, people carve canoes with fire and ax from the trunks of massive trees. In the absence of roads, most travel is done on the river. When the canoes are not being used, they half-sink them to prevent air from rotting the wood. For more images of beautiful Amazonia, #follow @CristinaMittermeier #reflections #river #brasil

Xingu, Amazonas, Brazil

winter light 💡

Gowanus, Brooklyn

Lights Festival in Mie - Japan ✨💖💖💖✨ Picture by ✨✨@ui_hii618love✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💖


STORY TAKEOVER! “Wanna join my pajama party?” Writes @gusgusinthecity | follow his adventures in today’s Story as he escapes the Minnesota cold in sunny California! 📷 by @StudioTwelve52


Photo by @chamiltonjames: A pair of elk battle in the 24,700-acre National Elk Refuge near Jackson, Wyoming. #wildlife #wyoming #elk


「そうだ京都、行こう」の広告撮影しました!もう見かけた方もいるかもしれませんが、渋谷、新宿、東京、表参道、恵比寿、明治神宮前駅などに掲載されています!ストーリーで送ってくれた方もありがとうございます!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @soudakyoto_officialでもこのキャンペーンで撮った写真が見れるので、良かったら見てください!#そうだ京都行こう
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Excited to be part of a classic campaign for JR “Kyoto, let’s go” #そうだ京都行こう that’s being displayed stations all around Tokyo! Thnx to all of you who have sent me snippets of it! Check my stories for more :)

Kyoto, Japan

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