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Photo by @simoncroberts | Ramlet al-Baida public beach at sunset, Beirut, Lebanon, January 2016. Ramlet Al-Baida (“white sands” in Arabic) is Beirut’s last remaining public beach, a rare outlet in a city where public spaces are few and far between. Unfortunately, a lack of sufficient public regulation has allowed developers to chip away at such spaces over the years. Lebanon’s shrinking coastline dates back to the country’s 1975-1990 civil war, when developers took advantage of the absence of state to build a flurry of resorts along the shore. Today many locals are worried that a gradual encroachment of private developments into the Al-Baida public beach will continue. For people who simply want to visit the seaside and relax, the privatization of beaches has become another symbol of corruption and inequality. Follow @simoncroberts to see more photographs from this series and other works. #SimonRoberts #RamletAlBaida #Beirut


Sunset in Maldives ✨💜💜💜✨
Picture by ✨✨@voyagefox_✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💜


Top Shot: Mirror, Mirror on the Mountain | Photograph by Molly McCormick (@mollymccormickphoto)
“An early morning at the infamous Maroon Bells in Colorado,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Molly McCormick. “This is one of my favorite spots, it never gets old. It was pretty chilly this morning but patience and a lot of warm layers (and coffee) paid off. The reflection is one of the most beautiful things to witness.”

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.


Photo by @aleah_michele
Photographer Aleah Michele Ford (@aleah_michele) combines repurposed objects, vintage costumes and stage props to create fascinating original images. “My mind is like a little inspiration library, I’m constantly pulling tidbits from here or there,” Aleah says. For this photo, Aleah had two reference points: Michelangelo’s stoic statues and the Italian circus costumes of the 17th century. “They’re two very dissimilar things, but somehow work together visually,” says Aleah. #WHPinspiredby


Photo by @kiliiiyuyan // A snow-covered basketball court in the Yup’ik village of Gambell, Alaska. Basketball is a major sport for indigenous peoples of North America, even on the sparsely populated and remote island of Saint Lawrence, in the middle of the Bering Sea. Follow me, @kiliiiyuyan, for more images of the Arctic and beyond. #arctic #alaska #basketball #winter #snow #indigenous


date with the night 🔗


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One of the most enjoyable things I’ve done in the last few years was go storm chasing. I went before the 2017 solar eclipse and we drove around the Great Plains looking for tornados. This wasn’t even the best time of year to go storm chasing, but we still managed to see a few storm cells, and of course got to see the eclipse.
Since then, it is something I recommend to everyone. There really is very little risk, even though that is the first thing which comes to mind for everyone. There is lost of boredom driving around, and then a great deal of excitement and activity.
It is something I very much wish to do again in the future. In fact, it is something I could see myself doing on an annual basis it is so much fun.
#everythingeverywhere #travel #storm #stormchasing #greatplains #USA #texas


#FotoDelDía | Un tornado polvoriento aterriza en Colorado. Los tornados pueden formarse y moverse con poca o ninguna advertencia, lo que hace que fotografiar estas tormentas sea un desafío único.


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