Kanagawa - Japan ✨💙💙💙✨
Picture by ✨✨@ryovu✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💙


@kiliiiyuyan // A red sailboat carrying tourists sails around a large iceberg off of North Greenland. As travel becomes increasingly accessible, Greenland’s tourism has boomed. #arctic #greenland #iceberg #tourism


Photo by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz | Harvesting #cranberries on the bogs of the Gaynor Cranberry Farm. They flood them in late October and then rake the bogs with a buggy to float the berries to the surface. Some 97% of the berries will end up as dried craisins. #OceanSpray is a grower-owned co-op, where each member gets profit dividends according to the number of barrels delivered. The Dempzes have owned this farm for four generations, and helped me get off the ground by fixing the carburetor on my motorized paraglider! Farmers know how to fix stuff!
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Photo by @mattiasklumofficial
After years of mostly traveling abroad, getting to spend a little time at home with @irisalexandrov and our kids is a soothing blessing! Early mornings outside our house near Uppsala, Sweden are now humid and cold. Nature in our backyard is gradually turning into a beautiful autumn landscape. Please follow @mattiasklumofficial and @alexandrovklumoffial for more images, films and stories from Sweden and around the world.
#purpose #protectbiodiversity #love #blessed #lakemälaren #sweden @natgeo @thephotosociety


Float On | Photograph by Matteo Ghislandi
Kids play on some floating logs in the Irrawaddy River in Mandalay, Myanmar. The river is the country's largest, stretching more than 1,300 miles.

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


Video by @theflippistflipbooks “I’ve somehow plopped into a moment in time where this bonkers childhood dream job is somehow my reality,” says “flipbook-maker guy” and artist Ben Zurawski (@theflippistflipbooks), who lives in Chicago. Growing up, Ben’s father frequented garage sales and thrift stores, often bringing home unique items. One of those treasures was a flipbook. “I was mesmerized getting to watch a cartoon without a TV that I was powering with my own thumb. It instantly sparked in me a love of the magic of flipbooks,” says Ben. “Each one is like its own little puzzle. I love figuring out the idea, the design, the timing. Getting to just sit and draw and color all day is literally all I’ve ever wanted to do and getting to share it with others is such a sweet bonus.” See more of Ben's work on today’s story.


Far over The Misty Mountains cold


La vie en rose 💜


“A wild grumpy beast has been spotted!” writes @wildwildpack


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