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Photo by Ami Vitale @amivitale | Baby orphaned elephants, Lemorijo and Kapai walk together as they learn to browse in the wild, stripping leaves, tasting bark, pushing down small trees, and, best of all, taking luxurious mud baths at Reteti Elphant Sanctuary (@r.e.s.c.u.e) in Kenya. These little elephants are learning to become nature’s greatest engineers. By eating the trees and brush, they keep the land open and grassy. Without them, other wildlife, people, and livestock all suffer. @r.e.s.c.u.e is the first ever community-owned and run elephant sanctuary in Africa, providing a safe place for injured elephants to heal and later be returned to the wild. Follow @amivitale to learn how I am using my personal photography to support their crucial work. @conservationorg @thephotosociety @natgeoimagecollection #protectelephants #elephants #stoppoaching #kenya #worthmorealive


Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto | The Chandelier Ballroom in Lechuguilla (cave), Carlsbad Caverns National Park, is an underground chamber that is as iconic and well known to cave explorers around the world as the Royal Albert Hall is to the worlds leading musicians, composers and artists. There is nowhere else in the world that explorers have discovered quite like it! With its giant 6m (20ft) long glittering gypsum chandelier formations hanging down from the ceiling, it feels like you are exploring a cave on another planet. For millions of years, the cave has been sealed off from human and animal interaction. The cave is so beautiful and so important to science that access is strictly controlled in order to keep the cave in as pristine condition as possible. It is a real time machine, taking us back to a world that was very different to the one we live in today. It is important to maintain and protect National Parks to the best of our ability as they are home to pristine environments, homes for wildlife and our natural refuge.


Iseltwald - Switzerland ✨💚💚💚✨
Picture by ✨✨@swissmonamour✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💚


Traditional Kurdish Soup | Photograph by Athikhom Saengchai
“A Kurdish man prepares a traditional soup which is made once a year to celebrate Pir Shalyar, a mid-winter festival held annually in the village of Hawraman-Takth in Kordestan, Iran,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Athikhom Saengchai. “The recipe has been passed down for centuries.”

Inspired by the @natgeochannel series Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted—airing tonight at 10/9c—@natgeoyourshot invited you to take us on a culinary expedition by sharing your best photos and stories at www.natgeoyourshot.com. As National Geographic’s global photo community, together we visually documented @gordongram’s belief that food is the gateway to culture around the world.


#HelloFrom the remote and pristine Walakiri Beach. Paradise found on the Indonesian island of Sumba. White sand, turquoise water and dancing mangrove trees? Sign us up. ⁣

Photo by @danielkordan


Cualquiera iría a Hawaii por unas vacaciones paradisíacas. @gordongram viaja para encontrar los #SaboresExtremos del archipiélago y está dispuesto a todo 🌺🌊 #GordonRamsayEnNatGeo 📺⬇️
Lunes, 10 PM MEX y martes, 9 PM COL-PE / 10 PM ARG-CHI


Last look at Palermo and then it’s off to Roma for a night. Many thanks to our friends @away for gifting me this beautiful luggage - using it for 4 months now and it still turns heads 😍🧳 #travelaway #sicily🇮🇹


“Hello, weekend 😎☀️” writes @oliverthegoldendoodle


Newfoundland and Labrador Week, Day 2!

Yesterday I featured images from the Easternmost point of the province, Cape Spear. Today I’m going all the way up to the northernmost point of the province to Torngat Mountains National Park, which is located at the top of Labrador.

You might not have heard of Torngat Mountains before. It is one of the least visited parks in Canada because of how difficult it is to get to. You can’t drive there. You can’t just pull up in an RV as part of a road trip.

To get there, you first have to get to Happy Valley-Goose Bay. From there, you take a flight which stops in the northern community of Rain, and then lands at the abandon radar station at Sajlek Fjord. From there you take a boat to the Torngats Base Camp. ⠀
The park is jointly administered with the local Inuit community in Labrador and Parks Canada. The park gets about 800 visitors per year. Most of those are people sailing through as they go north, or local school groups from Labrador.

One of the constant things you have to be on the lookout for is polar bears. Wherever you go in the park, you have to have a bear guard with you. ⠀
One of my more memorable days in the park was taking a boat trip to the end of Sajlek Fjord where we had lunch. Lunch consisted of giving us some fishing poles and we had to catch our own lunch. FYI fresh Arctic char is amazing!

Most people are totally unaware that there are fjords in North America, but there are and they are spectacular.

#CuriosityNow #EverythingEverywhere #ExploreNL #newfoundland #labrador #newfoundlandandlabrador


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