Photograph by Lumi #natgeo台灣系列 #natgeotaiwan
Harvest Festival is a festival celebrated by the Amis,the largest ethnic group among Taiwanese aborigines.
During the festival,clansmans wearing traditional costumes, dance with hand in hand.
Down Below | Photograph by Andy Yeung (@yeungshingfuk)
Green space nestles between enormous apartment complexes in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is one of the most crowded places on earth, with more than 7 million people living in 427 square miles.
Today we’re featuring @natgeoyourshot photographs selected for @natgeo July’s “Photo of the Day.” To see more, go to natgeo.com/pod. #YourShotPhotographer
Photograph by Joni Valkila
It was pretty exciting when this 500 kg moose cruised by and looked straight into my camera only about 10 meters from me. I was hiding under my jacket and could only see the limited angle of view through the camera. I also heard the sound of the three bull moose around me breathing and chewing. They left and despite their vastly better-than-human senses of hearing and smelling they apparently did not quite figure out that I was there. A magical experience!
Photograph by 盧卡．洛卡泰利 Luca Locatelli @lucalocatelliphoto
Dubai 2017 for @natgeo Built in the middle of the desert, it existed as a small and poor fishing village for centuries until the oil and real estate boom made it into one of the richest cities in the world.
Here, we are standing at the highest balcony in the world of Burj-al-Khalifa, a building that in many ways has become a symbol of Dubai’s success and opulence. #greencity#globalwarming#dubai#renewableenergy#climatechange