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Photo by @simonnorfolkstudio | A grass-roofed church at Hof, sits below the Vatnajökull glacier, Iceland. Very few of these churches remain today. The practice of turfing over the roofs of buildings was developed in Northern Europe as early as the Iron Age. Settlers constructed shelters from trees for the frame, stone slabs for the roof and then covered the structure with turf for insulation and protection from the harsh elements. Hofskirkja (Hof church) was built in 1884 and dedicated to saint Clement.
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#Iceland #Hof #architecture #Christian #photojournalism


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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) // Scientists are dwarfed by giant ice formations towering above them inside Schwarzmooskogel Eishöhle in Austria. Mountain regions respond sensitively to climate change. Taking advantage of Alpine caves, a team of scientists from the University of Innsbruck are working to understand how permafrost has evolved through time. Ice caves form through a combination of snow intrusion and/or congelation of water infiltrating a karst system. Often up to several centuries old, the climate record of this ice remains largely under-studied. Today we are also able to tell if a cave was an ice cave in the past. This is achieved by looking for cryogenic cave calcites. These form when water enters a cave, and freezes and turns to ice. In this process, the water becomes progressively enriched in ions to the point that it becomes super-saturated.


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Total eclipse of the heart ❤️🌖 // the clouds cleared away just in time for tonights #lunareclipse #superbloodwolfmoon


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Lake Bled - Slovenia ✨❤️❤️❤️✨ .
Picture by ✨✨@hebenj✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


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Hanging in There | Photograph by Tran Tuan Viet (@vietsui)
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Workers are strapped in 400 feet above the ground so they can install LED lights on the side of this building in Hanoi, Vietnam. Completing the task for 30 stories will take about a week.

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


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#NatGeoHoy | Día de la Conciencia por los Pingüinos 🐧
Más de la mitad de las colonias de pingüinos están amenazadas y en declinación. Esto se debe al cambio climático, la contaminación y la industria pesquera, entre otros factores. El explorador de National Geographic Pablo Borboroglu (@pabloborboroglu), lidera la @globalpenguinsociety e impulsa  la conservación de esta especie ¡Súmate a la causa!
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#作品賞析 【國家地理 X ASUS ZenFone 一日手機攝影工坊】
陰雨綿綿的冬季,我們走入基隆港都見證漁業興衰、人文與歷史風情。

用手機學習攝影並拍出屬於自己的風格。

1.學員:李莎莉
2.學員:施佩君
3.學員:謝尚軒

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For the past five years, artist Parth Kothekar (@parthkothekar) has hand-carved creations, each from a single sheet of paper. It takes him about three weeks to sketch 20 to 30 designs. Then, Parth, 27, selects his 10 favorite ones and starts cutting away. Each papercut can take up to an entire week to complete, down to the last detail.
Although Parth’s intricate masterpieces might seem frail, the women they depict are anything but. “I was brought up seeing the struggle of my mother,” he says. “That’s why I always create female characters. I wanted to show them as powerful and strong through my artwork.” See how these intricate papercuts are made, today on our story.

Photo by @parthkothekar


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