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Photograph by @simoncroberts.
Ashley Vale Allotments, Bristol, UK from the series #MerrieAlbion

Sophie and Matthew Holker tend their plot on the Ashley Vale Allotments, whilst their daughter Esme looks on. Ashley (meaning ash tree wood in Old English) Vale has been occupied since Roman times. The history of the allotments starts around the time of the First World War, when the land was turned over to the growing of vegetables, shortly before rationing was introduced. The ‘Rules of the Ashley Vale Allotment Association Ltd.’ were registered with the Agricultural Organization Society in 1917. The site now consists of over 200 plots overlooking St Werburghs City Farm. In July 2009, the House of Commons Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs Committee published a report, ‘Securing Food Supplies up to 2050: The Challenges Faced by the UK’. It acknowledges the important role of home-grown food and that the Government needs to plan for increased public demand for allotments. In fact, a 2017 study by food policy experts from three universities has warned that departure from the EU raises such urgent complications for food and agriculture that without focus on the issue “the risk is that food security in the UK will be seriously undermined”, leading to dwindling supplies and erratic prices.

Follow @simoncroberts to see more photographs from this series and other works. #simonroberts #landscapestudiesofasmallisland #allotments #foodsustainability #ashleyvale #britishlandscape


snowy vibes in Central Park

New York, New York

Boardman - Oregon ✨💛💛💛✨ Picture by ✨✨@cbezerraphotos✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💛


Sunset Boulevard | Photograph by Mehmet Aslan (@mehmetaslan.photoarts)
An old Volkswagen Beetle sits near a cliff in the town of Belen, Turkey. Belen sits at about 2,000 feet elevation, just a few miles from the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.

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


Photo by @pedromcbride // #Sponsored by @StellaArtois // In India, many people often say that water is sacred. Water is life. While this remains true in small corners, the Ganges River is one of the most contaminated rivers in the world, risking the health and life of some 500 million people that rely on this watery lifeline. // Water is a fundamental human need, yet 663 million people around the world today live without access to safe water. Join @StellaArtois and @water to learn more about how you can help be the generation to end the global water crisis.


[ #TBT From March 22, 2017 ] Top Shot: Evening Quartet | Photograph by Theodore Mattas
The sun rises over the vast plains of Maasai Mara National Reserve, while four topis (damaliscus lunatus) keep an eye out for predators, guarding the rest of the herd.

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 @ciriljazbec
It can take five flights, a helicopter and a dog sled team to get to some settlements in Greenland. But the long journey is always worth it for Slovenian photojournalist Ciril Jazbec (@ciriljazbec), who documents the climate-related changes taking place on this island of ice. “Greenland’s entire surface has started to melt,” says Ciril. “The speed of glaciers melting has increased dramatically. Only five or 10 years ago, it was a whole different story. Greenlanders used to have very strong hunting communities, but because of climate change there is no longer enough ice.”
Despite the reality of documenting these changes, Ciril seeks to capture the humanity. “How do you show the human face of climate change?” he asks. “How do you show what it’s like for these communities that are living in low-lying places and islands? I’m trying to somehow build a bridge between these issues and the viewers. Our planet is very fragile. It’s important to keep going back to Greenland and sharing with the world what is going on, so they know that we can’t take everything for granted.”
See Greenland through Ciril’s lens on our story today.


Magic morning before the sunrise today in Seefeld in Tirol with @bestofthealps 🏔️
#olympiaregionseefeld #visitseefeld #bestofthealps

Seefeld In Tirol, Tirol, Austria

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