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#HelloFrom Wat Samphran, a temple in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. 🦎 “The dragon has always been one of my favorite mythological creatures and seeing one being wrapped around a building/temple like this makes this place seem like something out of fantasy,” says photographer Nathan Ackley (@nathan_ackley).⁣⁣
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Photo by @nathan_ackley

Wat Samphran

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Picture by ✨✨@neohumanity✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💖


Photo by @Sofia_Jaramillo5 | Hikers scramble up rocks on Mount Pilchuck in Washington state. From the top, people can enjoy views of Mount Shuksan, Mount Baker, and the North Cascades. This is a popular hike in Western Washington. If you decide to explore the area in the fall or winter, make sure you are prepared and know where you are going. Many hikers lose the trail when it snows and it is not uncommon for search and rescue to be called up to this area. For more photos of outdoor adventure follow @sofia_jaramillo5. #planetearth #hikers #ig_landscapes #mountainsarecalling


White Wolves | Photograph by Ejaz Khan (@ejazkhanearth)
A pack of arctic wolves strolls by on the Arctic Bay in Nunavut, Canada. It's hard for scientists to spend time studying the animals, as temperatures in their climate can get down to −63 °F.

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


Photo by Katie Orlinsky @katieorlinsky | Scientist Sergey Zimov looks out over the Arctic Ocean at a Siberian research station, 70 miles north of his home in Cherskiy, Russia. He uses the metal rod in his hand to quickly test the depth of frozen ground. Zimov is a world-renowned, eccentric permafrost scientist who has spent decades unearthing the mysteries of a warming Arctic. He was the first to figure out that permafrost stores far more carbon than scientists once thought. More recently, he was one of the first scientists to grasp that Arctic permafrost is thawing much faster than expected, releasing carbon gases that could drastically speed up climate change. Learn more online in "The Carbon Threat" for @natgeo (link in my bio @katieorlinsky).


“This is my puppy Dirk, he’s a 12 week old mini longhair dachshund. His color is cream dapple, He loves to sleep, chew on everything and for people to tell him how cute he is!” writes @sierracav_


💚 the earth


Ine no Funaya, Kyoto(伊根の舟屋)





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