Photograph by @PaulNicklen // I love exploring the cross-section between art, science, and conservation in my photography. For me, each image needs to tell a story. I set up this split-shot, half below and half above the water, to show the icy world in which this leopard seal lives. This picture is as much about sea ice as it is a charismatic predator. To see why my heart was racing when I took this photo #FollowMe on @PaulNicklen. #Nature#NatureLovers#PhotoOfTheDay#Antarctica#LeopardSeal
Sort of hypnotic watching these waves crash into the shores of Patagonia
A Wise Man | Photograph by Florence Goupil (@florence.goupil)
A Shipibo man named Senencina overlooks a river in the Peruvian Amazon. The Shipibo-Conibo tribe includes about 20,000 people in Peru, Brazil, and Bolivia.
Today we are featuring @natgeoyourshot photographs selected for @natgeo “Photo of the Day.” To see more, go to natgeo.com/pod. #YourShotPhotographer
Balmoral es la residencia de verano adoptada por los monarcas británicos desde su primer propietario real, la reina Victoria, en 1852. Esta gran finca de 50,000 acres se encuentra en una de las partes más bellas de Gran Bretaña, pero ha sido testigo de eventos clave que han moldeado la vida de la reina Isabel Especial "God Save The Queen": Escándalos en Balmoral .
HOY, 8 PM MEX-COL / 9 PM PE / 10 PM ARG-CHI.
Photo by @CristinaMittermeier // The calm and temperate waters of Holbox (Quintana Roo) are important feeding grounds for hundreds of whale sharks. Not surprisingly, the area also attracts hordes of tourists keen to swim alongside these gentle giants. In recent years, advisories and regulations have come in place to protect the sharks, but like many eco-tourism regions, the Isla Mujeres finds itself seeking solutions to the complex equation that is wildlife conservation and tourism. #FollowMe on @CristinaMittermeier as our @Sea_Legacy team investigates what it means to be a responsible tourism operator and guest. #Ocean#Conservation#Tourism#WhaleShark
Featured photo by @worduuup
Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPlookup
Tilt your eyes upward for this weekend’s hashtag project: #WHPlookup. Here are some tips to get you started:
Think vertical. Exaggerate the vertical composition of your photos and videos by putting your hair up in a beehive-styled do, building a five-scoop ice-cream cone or stacking a tall pile of summer reading.
Shoot from a low angle. Capture the height of a redwood tree canopy from the forest floor, or take a street-level Hyperlapse of the sun rising between skyscrapers.
Capture the action. Focus on a basketball player dunking, an airplane flying directly overhead or the mountain summit where you’ll finish your climbing journey.
PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPlookup hashtag only to photos and videos shared 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 shared over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.