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Photo by @pedromcbride // A boy prays inside a buddhist monastery in the remote corner of Bhutan, the Himalayan country that defines itself with gross domestic happiness. I spent a month walking the remote northern reach of this country on what is called the “Snowman Trek”, an old 230-mile trade route that crosses multiple 15,000 foot passes and meanders into an ancient Buddhist world where few roads and wheels, except for prayer, exist. To see more, follow @pedromcbride. #bhutan #himalaya #color #gratitude


Photo by @FransLanting Trees covered in Monarch butterflies is what you can find in the mountains of southern Mexico if you know where and when to go (Michoacan between November and February). Until the 1970s the destination of migrating Monarchs was a mystery, but when I first visited in the 1980s it had become a place to go to not just for butterflies, but for visitors as well. Unfortunately, since then the Monarch population has plummeted by more than 80%, largely because of widespread use of herbicides in the US, which kills the milkweed plants they depend on. To get a sense of the astonishing numbers of butterflies (more than 50 million!) that used to gather in Mexico go to @FransLanting and check some of the links below to learn more about the plight of the Monarchs. @ChristineEckstrom @ThePhotoSociety #Monarch #Endangered #CenterforBiodiv #Monarch_Watch


[ #BreakingBarriers ] On Their Way | Photograph by Dalida Innes (@dainnes67)

#YourShotPhotographer Dalida Innes captured this quiet underwater image of a mother humpback whale and her calf. Dalida had been in the water every day for three weeks waiting patiently for an ocean critter to swim through her frame. After two hours in the water her last day, her patience paid off when these gentle giants floated in front of her on their way to Antarctica. Often, the waiting game is common for a photographer, and Dalida excellently displays how that patience can result in beautiful images.” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemcnicholas)
March is #WomensHistoryMonth and to honor the women in our community and around the globe, @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas curated 31 Your Shot images that celebrates women to be featured each day this month. “The images I chose to feature this month celebrate female-identifying Your Shot photographers telling a visual story of empowerment, the freedom and flexibility of womanhood, photographers and their images #BreakingBarriers whether it’s identifying women’s issues in their images or a beautiful landscape or underwater image.” #natgeowomen


#Steve, un nuevo tipo de aurora boreal ✨
Fotógrafos científicos canadienses identificaron otro tipo de aurora hace unos años: una breve franja de plasma púrpura reluciente y comenzaron a investigar qué es lo que lo está causando.
El resultado sugiere que hay una manifestación de partículas aceleradas, calentadas y cambiantes viniendo desde el Sol que interactúan con una parte particular del campo magnético de la Tierra en la ionosfera.
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Sunset in Santorini ✨🌺🌺🌺✨ Picture by ✨✨@cbezerraphotos✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 🌺


Morning light, Paris
Taken with #sony #A7III

Paris, France

Photo by @amivitale: A giant panda roams her enclosure at the Wolong China Conservation and Research Center. Fun fact - Sometimes male pandas relax by doing handstands against trees. #panda #china #wildlife #cute


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