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Photo by @Sofia_Jaramillo5 | Sheep are loaded onto a truck at a lambing camp in Mabton, Washington. After spending the winter in barns, sheep are trucked out to various public and private land allotments to feed. Each year between 2,000 and 3,000 H-2A migrant shepherds work in Washington, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, California and Oregon. Most of the shepherds are from Peru or other South American countries. #sheep #wool #pnwsheepherders #sunrise


Photo by Beverly Joubert @beverlyjoubert | “You look straight ahead. You try to breathe normally. You can smell the scent of the huge cat that is staring back. You are a cameraman. He is the King of Beasts.” There's no feeling quite like looking directly into the eyes of a true predator. Your primitive being awakens immediately, recognizing that the animal before you is a phenomenal force with which to be reckoned. For me, trying to convey the power of that feeling in a single camera frame is an endless challenge, and clicking the shutter has become almost as instinctual as the hairs that can rise up on the back of my neck. But it's not just the stories and images that we can convey; responsible nature-based tourism, of “hunting” with our eyes and our cameras, offers us an effective, invigorating, and sustainable way of safeguarding species and their habitats, as well as uplifting the communities that live alongside wildlife. In a world where lions have vanished from 90% of their historic range, their numbers falling to dangerous lows, this is an important, minimum-impact conservation tool, bringing in money for conservation, preserving wild habitats, and cementing the relationship with nature that we need. #thisismytrophy


Great Bite | Photograph by Brice Weaver (@briceweaverphotography)
"What an amazing experience to see for myself how graceful, yet how powerful the great white is," says #YourShotPhotographer Brice Weaver, who spent a week diving with sharks off Guadalupe Island. "Ever since I was a child, I dreamed of one day diving with great whites, after reading stories about Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Now I get to create my own stories to share and inspire others."

Today we are featuring @natgeoyourshot photographs selected for @natgeo “Photo of the Day.” To see more, go to


Lauterbrunnen - Switzerland ✨❤️❤️❤️✨
Picture by ✨✨@takemyhearteverywhere✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


Tomoko Misumi’s (@tomoko_misumi_tchaiko) delicate miniature food sculptures have us reaching for the 🔬 and the 🍴.⁣

Inspired by 🌸s in the spring and her favorite summer treats, the Japan-based artist’s downright adorable works of art will melt your ❤️ and 💦 your appetite. #HiddenGems

Photo by @tomoko_misumi_tchaiko


The space between us - a series made during a short trip to the Italian beach town of Cefalù


STORY TAKEOVER! “Camping can be in-tents 🏕” writes @hortonmcsnorton // Tap our Stories and see Horton and Hazel’s camping adventures! #dogsofinstagram


En el quinto aeropuerto más importante de Europa, no sólo transitan pasajeros ¡Vuelve #AlertaAeropuerto Madrid! 🇪🇸✈️📺⬇️
Nueva temporada. Estreno miércoles 21 de agosto, 9 PM PE / 10 PM MEX-COL-PE-CHI.


In awe of Mother Nature at dawn - Cordillera Huayhuash, Peru.⁠
Doing the Huayhuash Trek (Cordillera Huayhuash in Peru) had been a dream of ours for 10 years. Although our expectations were high, the reality of our experience far exceeded them: eight high mountain pass crossings, surrounding peaks of 6,000+ meters (20,000+ feet), turquoise alpine lakes, stunning glacier-covered mountains, and a diversity of landscapes. Each day felt like a different experience, a new discovery. After answering endless questions about planning, organizing and preparing for the trek, it’s time we share it all in our Huayhuash Trekking Guide (link in bio)⁠
Since the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu often get all the tourist and adventure travel ink in Peru, many people have never heard of the Cordillera Huayhuash. However, this small sub-range of the Peruvian Andes packs a huge punch for its size. Although only 30km long, it includes six peaks over 6,000 meters (20,000 ft.) and features spectacular panoramic views of scores of high snow-covered peaks from different perspectives.⁠
This view was the beginning of Day 4 of our trek, at our campsite on the shores of Lake Carhuacocha. Before dawn, our trekking guide woke us and enticed us out of our warm sleeping bags with cups of steaming hot coca tea. We scampered up a hill just above the lake and waited for the the sun to emerge behind us and shine a light on these 5,500 - 6,600+ meter / (18,000-21,650 foot) snow-covered peaks you see here.⁠
As much as I wanted to capture the “perfect” shot, I reminded myself to put down my phone and camera to just enjoy the moment - the shadows, the light moving across the glaciers and peaks as the sun rose higher in the sky, the changing colors from orange to pink, and the subtle movements of reflections on the surface of the lake. .
Most of all, I remember a stillness, sense of awe and feeling of peace. This is the Cordillera Huayhuash. .

#CordilleraHuayhuash #trekking #Peru #destinationearth #ourlonelyplanet #lppathfinder #bbctravel#trekkingperu #adventuretravel #hikingadventures #perutravel


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