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photograph @vincentjmusi
Archie, 2017
Fast is a relative term when photographing a puppy. I present Archie, a lightning fast Gordon Setter photographed at the ripe old age of 2 months.

I’m old and slow, working with cumbersome medium-format cameras where the odds of getting anything in focus are always against you. Archie likes to carefully track things way up in the trees or telephone poles. Things he can’t always get to unless they happen to be an old and slow photographer with a medium-format camera.
#yearofthedogs is my ongoing personal project celebrating the beauty and character of dogs.
If you enjoy this sort of thing, I’d invite you to follow my work @vincentjmusi

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Video by @renan_ozturk // A new friend from a recent trip to Nepal.
Words by @jetbutterflies - Shewa Roka stands with her back to her home. She is 52 years old, but while we sat with her and shared a cup of fresh moonshine she seemed to be simultaneously both older and younger than her age allowed. ~

The hamlet of Dule, where Shewa lives, is in Nepal’s isolated Rukum district. Dule is home to about a dozen people, scattered across a handful of rough stone and mud homes. This is the last outpost before the steep and dry hillsides give way to steeper mountain ranges, punctuated with wild crags and chasms, stretching all the way up to the Tibetan plateau. ~

Without any prompting, she told us about an afternoon well over a decade ago that she still can’t seem to shake. This was during the height of Nepal’s civil war. Without warning, police paramilitary forces stormed through her doorway. They immediately opened fire and fatally shot five men who were huddled around her humble cooking fire. The police claimed the men were Maoist rebels, something Shewa denies. The bodies were disposed in the forest nearby, and Shewa and her family spent the next few years caught - quite literally - in the crossfire of a brutal and costly conflict. ~

We left Dule the next morning and trekked deeper into the sharp and snowy mountains. Still now, weeks later, we can’t shake her smile and her generous spirit - clear and strong like moonshine, like everything we who have experienced so little still strive to understand. ~
See @renan_ozturk for more stories from nepal 🇳🇵


Schilthorn - Switzerland ✨💚💚💚✨ Picture by ✨✨@_letstravel_✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💚


Over/Under | Photograph by Jordan Robins (@jordan_robins)
"Whilst out snorkelling late one afternoon on Jervis Bay [in Australia], I stumbled across this Common Stingaree gracefully gliding over the shallow sand flats," says #YourShotPhotographer Jordan Robins. "As the sun was setting, I managed to captured this over-under image where you can see above and below the water captured in a single exposure."

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


“Double tap on my Shamrock for Good Luck!
Happy Saint Patrick's Day!” writes @jazzybeandog // Checkout our Story today for a roundup of our favorite pups celebrating!



Somos parte del 1% que resiste 🌎 #OSR, presentada por @willsmith. Solo en National Geographic.


Seven Color Mountain in Purmamarca, Argentina. Part of the Quebrada de Humahuaca UNESCO World Heritage Site.

#everythingeverywhere #argentina #unesco #worldheritage #unescoworldheritage #geology #mountains #salta #atta

Purmamarca, Jujuy, Argentina

What's your favorite photo? Swipe to see the images that caught our attention this week. #WhatWeLiked | #horses by @keithladzinski | #boats by @petekmuller | #girls by @williamalbertallard


Featured photo by @frederic_vasquez
We’re embracing the drama of black and white for this Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPblackandwhite.
Try our black-and-white filters in photos and stories, and make adjustments using the contrast tool. Grayscale has a wide range and it can help focus the subject by getting rid of distracting colors, especially if the light isn’t great.
Go to where the action is happening. Your photos and videos don’t have to be serious and moody. Find a dog park or outdoor concert to capture playful and dynamic scenes.
Look for texture and patterns. Back away from buildings to see the repeating shapes of windows and doors; or get close to flowers and leaves to magnify their lines and silhouettes.
PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPblackandwhite hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.


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