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Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix | A young girl cares for her relative in Meerwala, Pakistan. Somewhere in the world, every 2 seconds, a girl is married. When a child becomes a bride at a young age, she loses the chance to go to school, the right to make decisions about her health and the ability to determine her future. In Pakistan, one in five girls are married before they turn 18. In 2011, @natgeo published a story of mine titled @tooyoungtowed, I’ve since created a nonprofit organization of the same name to empower girls and end child marriage. Be part of the solution by following us and visiting the link the @tooyoungtowed bio. #empowergirls #endchildmarriage #giftsthatgive #tooyoungtowed #girls #beauty #pakistan #holidaygiving #color #rural #girlseducation #letgirlslearn


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Life in Color | Photograph by Zay Yar Lin (@zayyarlin84)
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“This iPhone photo shows the beautiful contrast between the ship’s red deck and the whirling blue Atlantic Ocean,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Zay Yar Lin. This photo was selected for the December 7, 2018 edition of our Photos of the Week series.

“This photo stopped me in my scrolling immediately! The primary colors are splendid and I can’t get enough of the mirroring in shapes between the soap and ocean below the ship deck. Awesome mobile photo, here! I love it.” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemcnicholas)


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Snow in Megève 🇫🇷 🌨
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@bestofthealps #bestofthealps #bestofthealpsroadtrip #megevemoments


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photo by @andrea_frazzetta // Danakil region, Ethiopia, on the summit of the Volcano Erta Ale.
In this photo the portrait of a young Afar guide who accompanies travelers to the edge of the crater.
The Erta Ale is the most active volcano in Ethiopia and the Danakil region is one of the most vulnerable places of our world: the fire is just below our feet, five kilometers away.
The Afar people are the inhabitants of this region. They are nomads mainly devoted to sheep farming and to the extraction of minerals. Their traditional life is extremely hard, and the young people who do not want to work in mines become guides for adventurous tourists visiting these areas.
The Afar people seem to have appeared from nowhere. They are a sort of miracle: they have kept a strong identity without having a testimony to their story. They are nomads struggling with the hostility of both climate and land. They have gained, in time, a good reputation as warriors. They have adapted to survive in a harsh and impossible land.
Follow @andrea_frazzetta to know more about my next projects #Africa #Ethiopia #Danakil


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“Their fur is pitch black, but their hearts are pure gold” writes @toscathecorso
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🌊 @WanderStraw is saving the ocean, one straw at a time!
🥤Every straw purchased will fund one small beach cleanup. Preorder now to be one of the first to receive your very own reusable, collapsible straw! (Click the link in their bio) @WanderStraw
🚯With billions of pounds of plastic ending up in our oceans every year, it’s time we start taking action and saying no to single-use plastic! @WanderStraw


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Los 80s y 90s tuvieron grandes éxitos ¡Comparte una foto que para ti represente esas décadas usando el hashtag #NGPWR y podrás verla durante el episodio de #DécadasRemix! 🌈📺⬇️
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Photo by @smallstepsaregiantleaps
Greetings earthlings. This is 7-year-old kid astronaut and first-grader Harrison Sheldon. 🚀He’s the star of @smallstepsaregiantleaps, a photo project that his dad, editorial photographer and nonprofit media consultant Aaron Sheldon, started when Harrison was 4 years old.
Instagram: Aaron, is there a game attached to the project?
Aaron: When we decide to visit a place for the project, we talk about what we might see there. During our visit, I have Harry compare what we thought we might see with the actual experience. My favorite part of each shoot is hearing his thoughts about the places and what he liked about each place as we look at the pictures together over a post-mission doughnut, cookie or ice-cream cone.
IG: Astronaut Harrison, what’s the best part of being an astronaut?
Harrison: Exploring places, meeting astronauts, bouncing on hotel beds, having cool exploring gear and snacks.
IG: Astronaut Harrison, what do you want to be when you grow up?
Harrison: Superhero.
Aaron: What if your plan to create your own superpowers doesn’t work out? What would you be if you can’t be a superhero?
Harrison: Police officer and construction worker in space.
Check out today’s story to explore along with Harrison and Aaron on some of their adventures.


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