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Photo by @katieorlinsky // Captured #withGalaxy S9+, produced with @samsungmobileusa using Pro Mode ISO 50 at 1/1014th f 1.5 // Archeologist Laura Stelson after attempting to summit Mount Mageik, a stratovolcano in Alaska’s Katmai National Park. This past June Laura led a National Geographic Society expedition through the backcountry of Katmai National Park along with a group of scientists, park rangers and photographers, including myself. We hiked along valleys, climbed up mountains, and waded through rivers for hundreds of miles, following in the footsteps of botanist Robert F. Griggs. Griggs led multiple National Geographic Society expeditions in the early twentieth century to explore the region and study the aftermath of the 1912 Katmai Volcanic eruption which decimated large swaths of land in the area, including what is now known as the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. The results and discoveries of the Griggs expedition played an important role in the early days of the United States’ conservation movement after his stories and photos published by National Geographic captivated the public. Griggs and leaders from the National Geographic Society even managed to convince then President Woodrow Wilson to create Katmai National Monument, 1,700 square miles of protected land. Today Katmai National Park consists of 6,395 square miles.


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Playing Around | Photograph by Leighton Lum (@photography_by_leighton)
“Baby humpback whales are very inquisitive by nature. Their curiosity used to be their downfall during the times of whaling in Tonga, as they were easy targets,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Leighton Lum. “Since the whaling has stopped, more whales have shown up every year to breed and raise their calves.”

“What an incredible view of a peaceful creature! I love how it looks like this ‘little’ whale is giving us the eye. Though I love the deep blue of the ocean, seeing this scene in black and white slows it down to let us truly appreciate this awesome mammal. Well done!” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemcnicholas)


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“Tokyo is my second home,” says Pharrell Williams (@pharrell), who recently spent a day in the city stopping in on some of his favorite spots. “The city has had this incredible impression on me since the first time I came here. It feels like going to another world, where humility is so thick in the air; as soon as the humidity hits you when you get off the plane, so does the humility. The people have an incredible appreciation for others, and they are some of the most amazing collectors of not just things, but also experiences.”
Join Pharrell as he shops, eats and strolls in Tokyo, today on our story and on our IGTV channel. To watch IGTV, update your app now, then look for the new icon in the top right corner of feed.


Photo by @renan_ozturk // The cigar smoke and dripping sweat seemed frozen by the first rays of sun down the narrow streets. Searching for the intersection of natural light and humanity, Old Havana, Cuba, 2016. ~

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Historia de una cara - El trasplante revolucionario que le dio a una joven una segunda oportunidad.
La cara comunica quiénes somos al transmitir las emociones. Es el portal hacia el mundo sensorial. Entonces, ¿podemos decir que somos nuestras caras? Katie Stubblefield perdió la suya cuando tenía 18 años y los médicos le dieron una cara nueva a los 21. Descubre esta historia de sufrimiento, identidad, resilencia y milagros médicos en


When you’re super cute in your new bandana and you know it // 📸 @justmillinaround




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