Photo by @heinke
Australian photographer Heinke Kriel (@heinke) found #WHPNaturalLight in an unexpected place. “I wanted to capture light in the way I see it when I’m underwater,” he says, “and to make others feel like they are right there in the moment.”
Follow along as we feature more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project.


Photo by @michaelchristopherbrown | I spent part of an afternoon looking through a public telescope located on a hilltop in the settlement of Elon Moreh, where there is an incredible 360-degree view of the surrounding landscape, which includes a number of settlements, Palestinian villages, and the city of Nablus. This village, called Mukhayyam Fari’a, or Far’a, is a Palestinian refugee camp located just below Elon Moreh, in the foothills of the Jordan Valley in the West Bank. Established in 1949 following the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, it is one of the few refugee camps in the West Bank that is supplied water by the nearby spring of Far'a, from which the camp receives its name. For more follow @michaelchristopherbrown.


Seychelles 😍😍😍 Video by ✨@timothysykes✨ go follow this self-made millionaire who travels the world while teaching others how to become millionaires too!


One of the Coldest Days of the Year | Photograph by Eleftherios Ted Panagiotopoulos (@e4rlyr1ser)
“As a dad of four, my time to shoot can be pretty limited. What I’ve realized is that if I can get up at 4AM, drive an hour into the city, shoot for an hour, I can usually make it back home in time to make my family breakfast,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Eleftherios Ted Panagiotopoulos. “The coldest day we had last winter happened to fall on my Saturday shooting time, I believe it was -25 Celsius when I got to North Avenue Beach [in Chicago, Illinois]. I loved the natural split toning that was occurring over the city.”

“Wonderful shot of one of the coldest shorelines in the world! Love the depth and the color and how the cracked ice draws you into the image, and the contrast between the dark, bleak waters and the glittering city. Sublime!” — @natgeo photographer Renan Ozturk (@renan_ozturk)


Gucci light 😍


“Filinia is only 4 weeks old and already knows how to melt people’s hearts” writes @kes_theincredible


24 hours in Chamonix Mont-Blanc 🇫🇷🌨 ❄ 🗻
with @chamonixmontblanc #bestofthealps #bestofthealpsroadtrip #chamonix #chamlive


Nuestro embajador @axeloficial nos cuenta algunos cambios en la rutina familiar que pueden inspirar a otros ¿Tienes un cumpleaños? Trata de elegir obsequios ecológicos, no de plástico, que contribuyan con la preservación del medio ambiente ♻️ #PlanetaOPlástico #PlanetOrPlastic


Photo by @max.lowe // The Bison is without a doubt, a pilar of the American image. Once numbered around 18 million, the Buffalo were almost hunted to extinction during the western expansion of European settlers across the Great Plains of the US in the late 1800s. From 541 individuals in 1889, the population has since rebounded in specific parks and private lands back up to a sustainable number. I always took for granted growing up with these fluffy ungulates in my backyard here in Montana, but they truly embody part of what it means to be “way out west”. To see more Montana winter follow @max.lowe


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