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Featured photo by @lucianoconsolini
Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPwindows
Windows frame the world we see. This weekend, the goal is to take photos and videos that highlight and utilize windows. Here are some tips to get you started:
Use a window to frame a specific subject, be it a lone tree outside the office or a ray of light coming into your kitchen. Look at the frame from many angles to find the most compelling one.
Focus on the textures and details of a window — the curve of old glass, the modern metal latches or eye-catching figurines on the windowsill.
Step back from the window to get a sense of scale. Notice how sets of windows fit together, emphasizing both the functionality and fragility of their design, or focus on the structure of the walls surrounding them.
PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPwindows 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.

Museo del Novecento

Photo by @taylorglenn // Men outside of a communal hut perched above banana and sugar cane crops in the village of Windiwa, an Arhuaco community deep in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains in northern Colombia. The Arhuaco are one of several tribes inhabiting this region that are descendants of the great Tairona culture. Their primary economy is subsistence agriculture in which they cultivate such crops as onions, potatoes, corn, wheat, various fruits and other vegetables to trade within their community. Coffee is grown in some areas and traded with the outside world to acquire products they can not produce themselves. It is a challenging way of life to say the least. The Arhuaco are a very spiritual people and believe that their homeland is the center of the universe and that the well being of the rest of the world depends upon it. And like so many cultures that live on the margins of modern society, their land and way of life is under constant threat. I have been traveling here for the past few years with Tribal Outreach Medical Association (TOMA) to document their health and sustainability projects for these communities. Recently their work has focused on establishing solar power arrays in strategically located villages enabling visiting health care workers to provide better care. Jump over to my feed @taylorglenn to learn more about this fascinating culture and the incredible work of TOMA. #colombia #arhuaco #solar #sustainability

Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

Just After the Rain | Photograph by Naresh Balaguru
“At sunrise, a storm approached the south rim [of the Grand Canyon], and I almost packed my gears,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Naresh Balaguru. “But it cleared for a temporary period of time, giving this amazing view from Powell Point.”

“Naresh, there is something so exciting about catching a moment like this unfold, and then capturing it in a way that accurately translates that feeling to the viewers. Beautiful.” — @natgeo Explorer Becca Skinner (@beccaskiner)
This photo was submitted to our “We are All Explorers” curated by @natgeo Explorer Becca Skinner. To submit to this and our other current assignment, “Resolution to Travel” curated by @natgeoexpeditions Digital Media Specialist Lindsay Kuczera (@linkuczera), go to the link in our profile.


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

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Early mornings in Park City #ad // Excited to be in beautiful Utah this week w/ @chase Sapphire for the #Sundance Film Festival #SapphireOnLocation #SapphireInsider

Sundance Film Festival

🎉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.


#NatGeoHoy | Descubrimiento de la #Antártida. El 19 de enero de 1840, Charles Wilkes, al mando de la Expedición de Exploración de los Estados Unidos, descubrió el continente de la Antártida. Dirigiéndose hacia el sur desde Sydney, Australia, Wilkes divisó una pared de hielo, más allá de la cual se extendían los picos de un continente previamente desconocido.


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 |


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



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