Camille Bavant Pacary - Instagram photos and videos


Photo by @bertiegregory // A pair of wandering albatross greet one another at their nest on Bird Island, South Georgia. This species reaches sexual maturity at around 10 years of age. After what has to be one of the most epic courtship displays in the animal kingdom, they pair up. They can then stay with their partner for the rest of their lives meaning this bond can last up to 50 years! We had the great honour of filming this spectacle with the British Antarctic Survey. This incredible organisation has been studying the wanderers on Bird Island for over six decades! Shot for a new @natgeo online series coming very soon. Behind the scenes photo by @spono. Follow @bertiegregory for more.


Photo by @jimmy_chin | @alexhonnold free soloing one of the upper pitches of Free Rider on El Capitan, Yosemite, CA.
Happy to share Free Solo Film took home the People’s Choice Award at Toronto International Film Festival last weekend. Thank you to @thompowers1 and the entire #tiff18 team for giving #freesolo the opportunity to play at Toronto, and of course, our incredible partners at @natgeo that believed in Alex and the film throughout. And finally, a big shout out to co-director @mochinyc and the entire crew that worked tirelessly to make this film what it is. #freesolo releases in theaters in NYC, LA and Denver / Boulder starting Sept 28. More cities to follow. For information on theaters and links to advanced ticketing, go to Shot on assignment for @natgeo. To see more images from Free Solo, follow @jimmy_chin.


“She was just the teeniest little nugget😍” writes @hollyandhazelnut


blaze your own path // fun days running around Copenhagen #myvikingstory


Sunrise at the Italian Dolomites ✨❤️❤️❤️✨
Picture by ✨✨@cbezerraphotos✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


Valley of Fire | Photograph by Rex Jones (@rexgoeshiking)
“A not-so-well known view from the Valley of Fire [that] takes some exploring to find [because] there isn’t a trail to it,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Rex Jones. “It’s one of the things I love about hiking and landscapes, there is always something new to see, to explore, to admire, and occasionally to capture.”

“The blue green tones in the center create the feeling of entering a new world, as if we are emerging through a portal into another realm. Nicely exposed and composed.” — @natgeo photographer Brian Skerry (@brianskerry)


Featured photo by @elena_from_tver
Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPmotion
This weekend’s goal is to capture objects and scenes in motion, as in this photo by Elena Shevchuk (@elena_from_tver). Start with the movement. Consider the range of motions you can document that reflect different feelings or emotions, like the quiet and soothing way wind gently blows your friend’s hair, or the high-energy action of your sibling splashing in a pool.
Plan the capture. The way you document movement can bring another dimension to your #WHPmotion submission. For example, you could blur the action by tracking the motion of a bright car as it drives through a busy junction to create an abstract environment, or you could capture a cat midair as it jumps down from the furniture for a freeze-frame effect.

Play with creative tools. Slow motion or time-lapse can exaggerate the mood and movement in your submission, or multiple exposures can track multiple positions of someone moving through your frame.
PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPmotion hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.


#FotoDelDía | Un tucán intenta dar un tarascón a la lente de la cámara. La dieta de los tucanes se compone, en gran parte, de frutas y su largo pico les permite alcanzar más fruta mientras permanece en un mismo lugar.
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Photo by @brianskerry: A mother manatee and her calf graze on turtle grass in Swallow Cay. Here’s a #FunFact: Manatees are related to elephants, not dolphins or whales as many may think. #Manatees #SeaCows #Underwater


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