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Switzerland by ✨✨@sennarelax✨✨ follow his amazing feed!!!
#wonderful_places for a feature 💚


Photo: @andy_mann // We’ve mapped almost every square inch of land on this planet and so much of it is either developed or destroyed. However, our oceans remain a vast & unexplored frontier for which we know so little about. When you dip below the thin blue line and into the depths of the ocean, if only for the length of a single breath, everything goes quiet and you can feel as if you are discovering a new world for the first time. These moments provide so much hope and inspiration for me. Here, one of seven billion people swims alone beneath the belly of an Oceanic Whitetip Shark off the coast of San Salvador, Bahamas. // Follow me @andy_mann if you love and adore this big blue planet and all it’s magic. 🌎 @sea_legacy

Planet Earth

Silly String Celebration | Photograph by Bobby Ellis (@bobbydellis)
“Trinity Flora celebrates with her teammates after finishing second in a local pee-wee softball tournament. Yes, you read that correctly, this is a celebration over a second-place finish,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Bobby Ellis. “I normally try to follow the winners of a tournament, but a parent told me that this team was going to have a silly string fight no matter how the game ended, so I took a chance and went with them.”

“Excellent image. Great job getting close and filling the frame with the moment. Also, good instinct on following your gut. It definitely paid off.” — @sfchronicle staff photographer Scott Strazzante (@scottstrazzante). This photo was submitted to our “Exploring Community” assignment, curated by Scott Strazzante.


Photo by @FransLanting A rainbow adds a touch of softness to a blustery squall that whipped up the waves off South Georgia Island, but for the millions of seabirds that call this frigid island in the Antarctic home, strong winds are just fine, because they are expert gliders. This giant petrel is one of them, but it’s the legendary albatrosses that are truly masters of the wind. To see them up close follow me @FransLanting and @ChristineEckstrom.

@natgeocreative @thephotosociety #SouthernOcean #Seabird #YearoftheBird #Wind #Rainbow #Antarctica

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

Featured photo by @mambo926
Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPtwinning
Ever looked up to realize you’re coincidentally wearing the same outfit as your BFF or co-worker? This weekend, the goal is to capture moments of shared likeness that make you smile.
Create your own. This assignment is not just for people who look alike. Show us a close-up of matching nail art or the details of a collaborative art project.
Observe the natural world. Plants and insects are incredible mimics. Photographing them in their surroundings can bring an added layer of surprise.
Be open. Twinning isn’t all about obvious sets; objects and architecture can resemble people and animals. For example, your neighbor’s bush may perfectly mirror your poodle’s haircut.
Make sure you’re ready. Moments of twinning may be fleeting. As they say, pics or it didn’t happen!
PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPtwinning hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.


El fotógrafo y explorador @rikky.azarcoya es el curador de la exhibición “Nuestras batallas contra la extinción” que puedes encontrar en Las Rejas De Chapultepec, Ciudad de #México. Aquí nos cuenta el objetivo de esta muestra de impresionantes fotografías 👆
#NatGeoFestCDMX #NGXplorers


Photo by @chamiltonjames : Did you know that a pack of wolves howling can be heard from ten miles away? The howl is used as a way to call to another pack or warn of danger. #wolves #wildlife #wyoming


layer cake // birthday views over beautiful Lake Tahoe ⛵️

South Lake Tahoe, California

“"How's it hanging?" writes @eggnogthebulldog


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