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Photo @stephen_matera// Clouds frame a closeup view of the heavily crevassed Coleman Glacier on the North side of Mt. Baker, a 10,781' volcano in the North Cascades of Washington state. Mt. Baker is the third highest mountain in Washington and was first climbed in 1868 by Edmund Coleman, John Tennant, Thomas Stratton and David Ogilvie. Follow me @stephen_matera for more images like this from Washington and around the world. #glacier #crevasse #wilderness #volcano


In the Mud | Photograph by Anirban Mandal
In India, mud wrestling is a fierce sport called Kushti. #YourShotPhotographer Anirban Mandal explains that the sport is actually a way of life, passed down from teacher to student while living in communal residences called akharas. He says, "The brotherhood of the men living in Akharas practice strict diet, discipline and sacrifice from distractions in order to prepare their bodies and minds, learning techniques, gathering strength and speed for the sport."

Today we are featuring @natgeoyourshot photographs selected for @natgeo “Photo of the Day.” To see more, go to


Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | In Ittoqqortoormiit we sat down to discuss options for sailing on with the boat. We had maps of Wegener Halvø peninsula, up-to-date satellite images showing the sea-ice extent and nautical charts with limited soundings. The satellite images showed that accessing the fjords around the peninsula was impossible because of the sea ice. In addition the nautical charts showed that there was limited information, meaning the true nature of the depth and terrain of the fjord was still rather a mystery. Onward travel to Wegener Halvø peninsula by boat seemed highly
unlikely at this point. We had to look at other options... @greenland_caves #EAGRE18


Video by @la.luna.asmr

While countless people find relief for tension and anxiety through whispered voices or softly tapping fingernails in ASMR videos, Penny Clarke (@la.luna.asmr) shares a different source of calm: hands squeezing soap from brilliantly colored sponges. “I’ve always found cleaning a great help with anxiety, which is something that affects my life every day,” says the self-described “full-time mum” (with a degree in criminology) from England. And as gratifying as viewers find her videos, it’s clear that making them comforts Penny, too. “The combination of water sounds and the clean element is the perfect thing to help me relax.” Penny is also grateful for the new creative outlet she’s found in the ASMR community. “I have never been a creative person,” she says, “but I feel like these videos are my art, and I want to keep improving and getting better all the time.” See more of Penny’s soothing sponge sounds — today on our story and new to our IGTV channel.


Trying to catch a bus...but I think I’m on the wrong side of the street 😂


Pink mood in Montmartre 💜


#followmeto the People’s Liberation Monument in Chongqing with @natalyosmann. This cosmopolitan city is full of different modern and hysterical mixtures. Thanks to the guys from CQIFS for inviting us to experience the city. Our philosophies match so it was easy to collaborate with you. #CQIFS #chongqing


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Can You Believe? | Photograph by Gregory Piper (@gregpiperarts)
#YourShotPhotographer Gregory Piper met these moray eels off the coast of Myanmar. “The curiosity and behavior of Moray Eels never stop amazing me,” he says. “In this shot, these two curious eels almost seemed to be checking me out and talking amongst themselves about the curious diver in front of them.”

Today we are featuring @natgeoyourshot photographs selected for @natgeo “Photo of the Day.” To see more, go to

Tag @natgeomedia + #iloveanimals,我們會於每周分享主題精選照片。
October Spotlight :Animal moments
Some of the most priceless animal moments ever!
Tag @natgeomedia + #iloveanimals, We' ll post favorites next week.


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