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Camel Parade | Photograph by Fahad Aloudah (@o_fahad)
In Saudi Arabia, a month-long festival culminates in a camel procession that is part parade, part beauty pageant. This photograph, taken by drone, captures the owners and judges as they drive alongside the camels, making their critiques. The most beautiful camels are often worth more than $300,000.

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

Tag @natgeomedia + #roadphotography,我們會於每週分享主題精選照片。
July Spotlight :road
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
Tag @natgeomedia + #roadphotography, We' ll post favorites next week.

#2019國家地理全球攝影大賽 #徵件中 #詳情請見主頁


Faith | Photograph by Chandrabhanu Bijali
“A couple prays at the early dawn,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Chandrabhanu Bijali, “with offerings for peace to the soul of family members.” This photo was submitted to our “Rites of Passage” assignment, guest edited by Jenn Poggi (@jennpoggi), assistant professor at To participate, go to the link in our profile (

“Wow! I love that you are shooting what is going on in the darkness. Beautiful image, great balance of light and dark.” — @natgeo photographer Stephen Alvarez (@salvarezphoto)


“I love creating whimsical moments that make people stop for a second look,” says fine art photographer Gray Malin (@graymalin). His llama-infused series “Far Far Away” was shot at the world’s largest salt flat in Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia. 🎉⁣

“I enjoy incorporating balloons in my work, as they are a universal symbol of celebration, happiness and joy,” says Gray.⁣

Photo by @graymalin


Video by Renan Ozturk @renan_ozturk | Fireworks and other magic from the universe coalesce over Everest, at 20,000 feet. I actually don't know what this phenomenon is, but fellow photographers tell me it could be "airglow," a natural emission from the upper atmosphere near the edge of space, also potentially enhanced by sublimating ice crystals. At any rate, I'm looking forward to seeing the final processed version of this one on a big screen for the @natgeochannel documentary in progress. See @renan_ozturk and the expedition team for more on this #EverestMystery assignment.


Photo by @kiliiiyuyan | Dusk envelopes a fishing village in the Norwegian Arctic. This region, despite being inside the Arctic Circle, is moderated by warm currents that keep the sea mostly ice-free. Fishermen here actually benefit from the slow migration of mackerel from the south as the climate warms, but the more important Arctic cod is at risk of a major decline. Follow me, @kiliiiyuyan, for more from the Arctic and beyond. #norway #arctic #climatechange


Postcards from Quebec - spent a couple of days digging around the back streets of this charming city working on a guide to all things Canadian and summer. Scroll over for some highlights and,as always, let me know which one is your favorite ❤️


#Followmeto St Paul’s Cathedral. I lived in England for more than 7 years. Very few people know that I finished with a degree of Civil Engineering at Imperial College London. Yes yes, Engineering, not art :). Last week was actually the first time I visited St Paul’s cathedral. I was stunned by the magnitude and beauty of this icon on the London skyline. @honorglobal #HONOR20series #CaptureWonder
................🇷🇺Я жил в англии более 7 лет. Не все знают что по образованию я Гражданский Инженер и закончил Империал колледж. Да, да вы не ослышались, инженер :) Только неделю назад я попал в одно из главных исторических мест Лондона ! Меня поразило величие и размах, в нем чувствуется история и сила. 🇷🇺


My last photo, as I predicted, was the worst performing photo I have posted to Instagram in several years in terms of likes. HOWEVER, it also got more comments than any photo I have ever posted. That was very inspiring to see so many people who are in agreement about the state of Instagram. The cultural apocalypse has happened and we are living in a Kardashian wasteland, but there appears to be some survivors. We will need to find each other to try and rebuild civilization. ⠀⠀⠀
This photo was taken at the Palace of Sans Souci in Haiti. The history of Haiti and the Haitian Revolution is a fascinating one. It was the only truly successful slave revolt in world history.
The Sans-Souci Palace was built between 1810 and 1813 for King Henri I. Not only was the the first King by that name, he was the first and only king in Haitian history, period.
The palace was built at great cost to Haiti and in 1842 it was severely damaged in an earthquake. The palace was never rebuilt and was left to become ruins. ⠀⠀⠀
Today, the ruins of the palace are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are part of the landscape for the people who live nearby.
When I visited in 2015, we were at Sans Souci in the late afternoon when kids were walking home from school. Young school girls in Haiti tend to wear very large ribbons in their hair, and these girls were on the steps of the palace, walking home from school.
It was one of those photos where I knew immediately that I had something special. It only lasted a moment, but I managed to get the photo in the few seconds they were on the steps.
This photo went on to win the Gold Medal in the People category in the annual Muster Travel Photography competition.
#CuriosityNow #EverythingEverywhere #haiti #unesco #worldheritage #worldheritagesite


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