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Jasper National Park - Canada ✨❤️❤️❤️✨
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Picture by ✨✨@mblockk✨✨
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Bear Lake Sunrise | Photograph by Molly McCormick
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"I arrived at Bear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park around 5am and walked over to one of my favorite little spots," writes #YourShotPhotographer Molly McCormick. "This is my favorite time in the park, before the crowds come, and things get a little nutty. At this time, all you can hear is the sounds of nature. It's pretty magical." This photo was selected for the July 19, 2019 edition of our Photos of the Week series.

“What a gorgeous landscape, Molly! Your commitment to see this scene before the crowds show up and give yourself some alone time completely paid off to witness this scene. I love how you used the reflection to really immerse us. Great work. I hope I can visit this myself, someday!” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemcnicholas)


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Photo by Gabriele Galimberti @gabrielegalimbertiphoto | Keynor, three years old, Cahuita, Costa Rica. Take a moment and think back to your childhood, the era in your life when the only thing you knew about a bill was that it was a bird’s equivalent of lips, and your day job was to construct fantastical worlds with your favorite toys. In my Toy Stories series, I explore the connection between children and their toys, getting an insight into their tiny worlds and taking you on a trip down memory lane. Toy Stories is the result of a 30-month trip, in which I visited more than 50 countries and took photographs of children and their favorite toys. I would often take part in a child’s games prior to arranging the toys for the photograph. Despite some differences, I found similarities between children living worlds apart. Even in different countries, some children’s toys had the same function; for example, protecting them from dangers and things they feared in the night. Toys haven’t changed all that much since I was a kid. I’d often find the kind of toys I used to have. It was nice to go back to my childhood somehow. | Follow me @gabrielegalimbertiphoto for more photos and stories #toys #play #kids #child #children


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Photo by @jessicasample | The Monterey cypress tree tunnel lines the road to the Point Reyes Receiving Station which was originally built for sending telegraphs and morse code back in 1914. For less crowds and golden light visit at sunset on a long summer day. #pointreyes


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Postcards from Quebec - spent a couple of days digging around the back streets of this charming city working on a guide to all things Canadian and summer. Scroll over for some highlights and,as always, let me know which one is your favorite ❤️


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#Followmeto St Paul’s Cathedral. I lived in England for more than 7 years. Very few people know that I finished with a degree of Civil Engineering at Imperial College London. Yes yes, Engineering, not art :). Last week was actually the first time I visited St Paul’s cathedral. I was stunned by the magnitude and beauty of this icon on the London skyline. @honorglobal #HONOR20series #CaptureWonder
................🇷🇺Я жил в англии более 7 лет. Не все знают что по образованию я Гражданский Инженер и закончил Империал колледж. Да, да вы не ослышались, инженер :) Только неделю назад я попал в одно из главных исторических мест Лондона ! Меня поразило величие и размах, в нем чувствуется история и сила. 🇷🇺


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“When most people think of balloon art, they think of a poodle made from a single balloon,” explains chemical engineer and balloon art hobbyist Masayoshi Matsumoto (@isopresso_balloon), who creates complex artworks of multiple balloons with no help from adhesives, markers or sealants. 🤯🎈⁣

Photos by @isopresso_balloon


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“Hakuna Matata 🦁 👑 #itmeansnoworries” writes @eggnogthebulldog
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Paris Under the Rain ❤️🎥


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