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Video by @doubletrouble_sphynx
Crinkle and Wrinkle (@doubletrouble_sphynx), two indoor sphynx cats, work out their energy with this exercise wheel. “Crinkle loves to run in her wheel, and she’s always climbing the endless circle,” says Ottelie Overeijnder, their human. “They run so gracefully and have such good technique. Somehow, they get really motivated when I start cheering.” #WHPcircles


Photos by @andy_bardon /// Three images double exposed on film of @erinkaoyama at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming where her grandmother was sent in 1942. Erin spent this summer retracing her family history and revisiting some of the sites relevant to the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II --> Words from Erin "My grandmother, Misa Hatakeyama, was 20 years old when she was sent to the prison camp at Heart Mountain, Wyoming. I have so many memories of Gra, as we called her, from growing up - sitting next to her on our couch while she knit a sweater for me or for one of my siblings, trying desperately to master using chopsticks while she patiently demonstrated, or running to her terrified after accidentally catching an eel while fishing in the pond by our house. But Gra never talked about her time at Heart Mountain. So what I know about that period of her life is what I’ve been able to glean from government records or the interpretive center that sits at the site of the former concentration camp, doing the work of memorializing the lives lived there during the just over three years that the camp was open. According to WRA records, Gra had completed nearly two years of college when the evacuation order went into effect. And from the registry at the Heart Mountain Wyoming Interpretive Center, I know that 20-year-old
Misa volunteered to take the very first train out to Heart Mountain from the Pomona Assembly Center on August 12, 1942. She went by herself, without her older brother or her parents, to help finish setting up the mess hall or maybe the hospital. And she left Heart Mountain, with her parents, on June 9, 1943. I spent over a month this summer working at the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center, to learn about who comes to visit and why and also to share my family's connection to the site. I found that my being there, representing an embodiment of the camp's legacy, sometimes helped to make the stories and the history more real for many visitors. It was a complex but beautiful experience, working everyday surrounded by the history that completely changed the course of my family’s lives. /// shot with @omoiyari_songf


The Smell of Freedom | Photograph by Sylvia Michel (@michelphotography_ch)
“When I am on a hike with my dog Rasta, sometimes he stops on a hill and looks down to the valley and I think to myself, does he think the same about the beauty of our nature?,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Sylvia Michel. “And when I look into his eyes, I know he does.”

“This moment feels so serene and magical. The light on your dog’s ghostly fur separates him beautifully against this awesome landscape. Beautifully done!” — @natgeoyourshot Associate Photo Editor Kristen McNicholas (@kemcnicholas)


STORY TAKEOVER! “Guardian of the tent at work ⛺️🐶🔥” writes @dogswiss | Be sure to tap our Stories and see Nala’s big adventure weekend! #dogsofinstagram


I’ve been back from Europe for a week now, tying up all the loose ends from being gone for two months. Now begins the long process of editing all my photos and writing all my stories from the last few months of travel.

Oddly enough, now that I’m not traveling, my Instagram images should improve because I’m using images which have been edited and taken with my full frame camera.

This photo was taken out of the open window of a train as it was going downhill, as I was coming back from Jungfraujoch.
Everywhere#everythingeverywhere #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND #unescosardona #UNESCO #WorldHeritage #WorldHeritaeSite #switzerland #swiss #alps #mountains


Photo @stephen_matera // Johannesburg Mountain rising above low clouds at sunrise, North Cascades National Park in late summer. The North Cascades are a rugged wilderness of thick old growth forests, rock, and ice with over 300 active glaciers. There are very few roads that penetrate the North Cascades, but one of the few that does is the North Cascades Highway, which is closed in winter because of the deep snowfall and avalanche hazard along the highway. Follow me @stephen_matera for more images like this from Washington and around the world. #northcascades #nationalpark #wilderness #glacier


#followmeto romantic Paris. Quick question: where are you guys from?
Photo with my lovely @natalyosmann
Collaboration with @hobopeeba
#следуйзамной в романтический Париж. Хотел спросить у вас ребят: откуда кто :)?


Cave in Alabama! Would you dare??? 😱😱😱
Picture by ✨✨@jess.wandering✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


The Blue Angels floating over Seattle ✈️

Did you know it’s world photography day today? Who’s the most underrated photographer you know 🤔 I want to check them out and will feature my favs on story tomorrow 📷 👀


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