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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - The distinctive quartzite Tepuis of Venezuela provided the magical setting for Arthur Conan Doyle's - The Lost World. In the book the explorers traveled by very traditional means, but for us, we had the advantage of flying around in a helicopter to search for caves. We were very lucky to find this spectacular cave entrance, which was large enough to fly the helicopter straight into! Can you spot it on the rocks to the left of the lake?
This photograph is from a portfolio I made from inside caves on top of extremely remote tepuis (aka table-top mountains) in Venezuela. The scientists from the Italian geographic exploration group known as ‘La Venta’ and the Venezuelan team ‘Theraposa’ were looking for unique forms of bacteria that could help clinical microbiologists in studies into bacterial resistance to antibiotics. It was a fascinating assignment to a very remote and rarely visited part of our world. The diverse environment on top of these tepuis is likely no other anywhere on planet Earth, as each tepui is different and home to a unique world. @natgeocreative


Photo by @pilotmaria
Taking in the sunrise from high above the clouds, pilot Maria Pettersson (@pilotmaria) gives thanks for the beautiful Earth below her. #WHPthankful

London, United Kingdom

Photo by @amivitale. Prema Ratana, a buddhist monk, takes care of a spotted deer that he rescued after he found it alone in the forest without his mother at the Ritigala Monastery, an ancient Buddhist monastery in Sri Lanka.
I'm Ami Vitale (@amivitale) and I worked for National Geographic covering the political upheaval and aftermath of the thirty-year war in Sri Lanka. Read the @natgeo story here:

@natgeo @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #srilanka #asia #everydaysrilanka #photooftheday #photography #topshot #photojournalism #monastery #buddhism #amivitale


“There are so many things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving - how can I not smile? 😄” writes @itsmisterbarclay


Unsung Hero: My Cousin Gabe | Photograph by Rex Jones (@rexjonesphoto)
“Without arms or legs, my cousin Gabe Adams (@no_limbs_) has already accomplished more than what most people ever will,” writes Your Shot photographer Rex Jones. “As a motivational speaker, he talks about excelling without limits, and how he has continued to achieve his goals with arms or legs. I wanted to photograph him in a location that portrayed him in a place where most people would not expect him to be, to visually emphasize his overall message of not letting a handicap stop him.”

Inspired by the @natgeochannel series, “The Long Road Home,” that relives the ferocious ambush the American First Cavalry Division endured in Sadr City, Iraq in 2004, @natgeoyourshot is launching a new assignment called “Unsung Hero,” curated by @natgeo photographer Matt Moyer (@mattmoyerphoto). Matt is inviting you to share who is your hero, and more importantly, why? Who lifts you up, inspires you, protects you, even saves you? To share your photos and stories about your unsung hero, go to the link in our profile. #YourShotPhotographer


Photo by @paleyphoto: A #Hadza man goes #hunting with a bow and arrows in the Yaeda Valley in #Tanzania. #culture #traditional #africa


Colorful house in La Havana, Cuba 🇨🇺

Havana, Cuba

Everyday life in Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

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