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Featured photo by @natchitwood
Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPthankful
This weekend, the goal is to take photos and videos of the people, places and things you are most grateful for in your everyday life, as in this featured photo by Natalie Chitwood (@natchitwood). Here are some tips to get you started:
Make portraits of the people that matter to you most — from a best friend to a mentor, a coach or a parent. Furry companions count, too!
How do you express your thankfulness through action? Capture the ways you show that you’re grateful to those around you, like baking cookies for family or volunteering time to help your community.
Use your captions to give meaning and context to your photos and videos. Well-chosen words can make a photograph even more powerful.
PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPthankful hashtag only to photos and videos taken 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 taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.

West Kill, New York
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Photos by @renan_ozturk // “Can we eat like our ancestor’s did in today’s time?” - Native American artist and foodie Roxanne Swentzell at her home during the @gatherfilm shoots with the Pueblo New Mexico tribes. Beside her emotive bronze & clay sculptures she has a complex food story that fits into our film on Native American food sovereignty. ~

At one point her whole family was suffering from health problems - high cholesterol, obesity, heart problems, autoimmune diseases and chronic disease. It’s not uncommon in a lot of Native communities which have had their land (which is their food) cut out and replaced by corn syrp, white bread and whatever you can get at the gas station... because that is all there was available in multiple communities we visited. ~

Roxanne is a success a story. She began following the ancient food ways - not eating processed white flour and sugar but rather self-grown beans, corn and squash. Quickly, her and her family’s health drastically improved. While we were at her adobe house that she built herself at age 23 we got a tour of her converted seed bank of ancient grains, tasted her grasshopper flour and wandered amongst the goats and turkeys while we checked out the art inhabiting every nook and cranny of the compound. ~

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Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico
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Photo by @jeffmauritzen. Waves crash powerfully against Piro Beach, as the sun sets over the Pacific Ocean. This picturesque rocky coastline is located along #CostaRica’s Osa Peninsula, a true gem of biodiversity in Central America. For more photo adventures from Costa Rica and beyond, please follow me @jeffmauritzen.


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Love | Photograph by Ali Alshamsi (@_alshamsi)
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“When I saw this photo, I felt this lion falling in love,” writes Your Shot photographer Ali Alshamsi, “and his thinking about someone who loves him.”

“I usually never see lions in a pose like this. Usually they are standing very proud with their manes moving in the wind. This image gave me a different look as well as a different feeling when viewing it. I am wondering if this lion has had a few bad days and what was going through its mind when this image was taken. Great work leaving that bit of space on the left side of the frame as I feel it gives the photo more impact.” — @natgeoyourshot Producer Matt Adams (@themattadams) #YourShotPhotographer


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“I'm dirty but don't blame me please 🙄🎨” writes @petit.loup.francais
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quiet corners 💛

Shibuya, Tokyo
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Located in North of Normandy, Etretat is best known for its chalk cliffs.
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Falaises dʼÉtretat
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Do you know what year this portrait of a Hopi Snake Clan priest adorned in paint and ornaments was published in National Geographic magazine? Photo by Franklin Price Knott. Check back to see the answer posted in the caption. #tbt #throwbackthursday #portrait #nativeamerican #culture
Answer: 1916


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