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For 23-year-old Hamy Pratama (@hamypratama), the best part of being a professional parkour and freerunning athlete is getting to challenge your fears. Get ready to run and flip with Hamy today in Jakarta. It’s all on our Instagram story.

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photo by @renaeffendiphoto // Jun Peng is a sixty-seven-year-old female elephant whose previous owner made a hole in her ear and tied a rope to it in order to pull her. Jun Peng's new caretaker - Pati, himself a refugee, inserts a fresh flower in her ear every morning. Dozens of elephants have been rescued here at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiangmai, Thailand from exploitation in logging and other abusive treatment. For more stories please follow @renaeffendiphoto #elephants #thailand #nature #animals #wildlife #love #care #rescue

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Photo by @dina_litovsky. Women take a dip on the beach in Jaffa Port, an ancient port on the Mediterranean sea in Tel Aviv, Israel. Jaffa, dating back to over three thousand years ago, is one of the best known tourist attractions of the eclectic city. #telaviv #jaffaport


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🎉GIVEAWAY TIME!! 🎉 Iphone X, Macbook, Ipad and Instax. To participate
1. Follow ▶️ @fashionsloops
2. Follow all the accounts that @fashionsloops follow • Giveaway ends on January 22
For an EXTRA entry: LIKE the 3 latest pictures of all accounts that @fashionsloops follow and TAG 3 real friends below on the comment section when you are done 💗 ———————————————————— Not affiliated with Instagram.


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Top Shot: A Stoic Portrait | Photograph by Crystal Alba (@crystalalbaphoto)
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While photographing at Project Chimps sanctuary in Georgia, #YourShotPhotographer Crystal Alba captured this portrait of Stirlene. “He is an adolescent male chimp, who was grooming a minor scrape on his finger,” writes Alba. “He’s very stoic and independent. Chimps frequently groom each other, and several of his group mates offered to groom his finger for him, but he insisted on handling it himself.” Project Chimps (@projectchimps) mission is to provide lifelong exemplary care to chimpanzees retired from research. This image was selected for the January 18, 2018 Daily Dozen by Your Shot Producer Matt Adams (@themattadams).

Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen, 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors from thousands of recent uploads. Our community votes for their favorite photo from the selection, and the Top Shot is showcased on the @natgeoyourshot Instagram account. Go to the link in our profile to see more editor’s favorites.


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What's your favorite photo? Swipe to see the images that caught our attention this week. #WhatWeLiked | #gorilla by @cristinamittermeier | #kids by @gerdludwig | #sunset by @jenniferhayesig | skier by @benhortonphoto |


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“This weather is a bit chilly willy” writes @sheepish_addie with @doodleandthehound and @indythegoldendoodle

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Morning in Venice 🇮🇹 | Je serai à Venise le mois prochain pour assister à la Masterclass de @fredstucin lors du festival Venezia Photo. Il s'agit de la première édition d’un nouveau festival de stages photo de 4 ou 6 jours mêlant théorie et pratique et enseignés par les plus grands photographes contemporains (tels que Peter Lindbergh, Oliviero Toscani, Sylvie Hugues et bien d’autres...) et de soirées exceptionnelles. Ce projet se déroulera dans un cadre idyllique à l’île de San Servolo à Venise, du 19 février au 5 mars 2018.

En collaboration avec le festival, je vous propose une réduction de 10% pour chaque Masterclass en tapant le code « VUTHEARAVP10 » lors de votre achat.

Plus de détails sur le compte de @veneziaphotomasterclass et sur le site venezia-photo.com

Venice, Italy
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如果能身在此刻,是否別無所求?
- “If there is a point to being in the canyon, it is not to rush but to linger, suspended in a blue-and-amber haze of in-between-ness, for as long as one possibly can. To float, to drift, savoring the pulse of the river on its odyssey through the canyon, and above all, to postpone the unwelcome and distinctly unpleasant moment when one is forced to reemerge and reenter the world beyond the rim-that is the paramount goal.” —Kevin Fedarko from his book on the Grand Canyon: “The Emerald Mile.” We certainly experienced this description during our 19-day expedition down the Colorado River to explore the Grand Canyon for new rock climbing potential. Here’s a #throwback shot of the crew @tommycaldwell @bethrodden @chris__mcnamara @mortimer_peter @joshlowell


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