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Tianmen Mountain - China ✨💚💚💚✨ Picture by ✨✨@timothysykes✨✨ go follow this self-made millionaire who travels the world while teaching others how to become millionaires too!


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Happy Earth Day! Browse our limited time collection of prints hand signed by Nat Geo photographers that honor the world's wildlife and wild places. These iconic 18 images are only available through April 28th. Visit crtve.ng/NG-Flash to see the collection. Photos by @coryrichards, @timlaman, @beverlyjoubert #earthday


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Skogafoss Iceland. The landscape of Iceland makes me feel very small, insignificant. That's not a bad feeling to have. Happy Earthday! #iceland


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Happy Earth Day! Monument Valley or Tsé Biiʼ Ndzisgaii, a masterpiece of water, wind and sand. Seeing the earth from @shotsfromabove’s ultralight aircraft is always a recipe for a deep appreciation of how it’s all connected on a lager scale. #monumentvalley #shotsfromabove


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All Aboard | Photograph by Sohel Parvez Haque (@sohel_parvez_haque)
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In Dhaka, Bangladesh, people are so eager to return to their home villages to celebrate Eid that they hop on any train with available space. The Muslim holiday marks the end of Ramadan, and is celebrated by feasting with loved ones.

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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STORY TAKEOVER! “Let the adventures begin!” writes @doodleandthehound | Be sure to tap our Stories and follow along on a fun day with these two! #dogsofinstagram


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#𝔽𝕆𝕃𝕃𝕆𝕎𝕄𝔼𝕋𝕆 𝕆ℝ𝕀𝔾𝕀ℕ𝔸𝕃𝕊
With @natalyosmann. #followmeto Singapore Infinity pool with the inflatable duck. This was one of the initial crazy ones we took. It was around 7 a.m and we were trying to blow up this duck around people that decided to come and sunbath and enjoy the view. ✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️✈️
Also this was a time when I jumped in a pool with a phone with all the photos we took in Bali and as I you can understand it died and Nataly almost killed me as she recorded some of here interviews on it. Back then our account was really small and we were doing our photos just for fun for about a year. Didn’t realise that it is going to grow into such a community. Thank you guys for all the support that you given us over the years. ❝¿¿Do we have here anyone who followed us from the beginning??❞:)
#ⒻⓄⓁⓁⓄⓌⓂ️ⒺⓉⓄ #следуйзамной в Сингапур. Одна из первых сумасшедших фото. Кто еще, как не мы, притащит надувную утку в бассейн с таким видом в 7 утра. Народ вокруг думал, что мы сумасшедшие. Более того я еще и утопил телефон, в котором были все фотографии из поездки на Бали и Наташины интервью. Она, конечно, чуть не убила меня тогда :)). Это было время, когда наша аудитория была минимальна, мы делали на тот момент проект уже год и совершенно не понимали во что это может вырасти. Спасибо вам всем большое за поддержку. ❝¿¿Есть ли тут кто-то кто с нами с самого начала?? ❞:)
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Mountaineering, photography, drawing — it all came together for British photographer and alpinist Ben Tibbetts (@bentibbettsphotography) at university. “I was studying history of art and fine art, and to pay my way, I was working as a climbing instructor,” says Ben, who now lives part of the year in France. Just beyond his doorstep, he’s spent the past few years climbing all 82 of the European Alps’ peaks that are 4,000 meters or higher and is publishing a book detailing the journeys’ technical routes, historical context and personal stories. “The routes range from easy to really quite hard alpinism, and I’ve climbed every single one of them,” says Ben, who took photos of the mountain landscapes throughout his expeditions. “Being in these mountains is humbling. It’s so beautiful, delicate and majestic — and we all need to do our bit to keep it like it is.” Today on our story, join Ben on an alpine expedition. 🌬️


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#HiddenSenses explores the subtle relation between technology and human behavior and takes you through 5 spaces, each w/ unique experiences that allows us to witness richer opportunities that #SonyDesign team are able to integrate into our everyday lives. Besides this photo report, I’ll be uploading experiences from each room in my stories, so check it out! Last chance to visit the exhibition is this evening and tomorrow so if you haven’t had the opportunity to visit, make sure to check it out! #Sony #MilanDesignWeek Via Savona, 56/A, 20144 Milano MI, Italy


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