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Photo by @turtledove.a
“So grateful that they found each other,” writes Turtle Williams (@turtledove.a) of a young girl and her four-legged friend. 🐶
Follow along to see more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPthankful.


Video by @CristinaMittermeier // For thousands of years, as the days of summer wane, the salmon return from the sea. As the fish push in great pulses to reach their spawning grounds, on countless creeks and rivers, the excitement in the forest is electrifying. The fish are not only the vital vehicle that transfers nutrients from the ocean to the rainforest, as wolves, bears and eagles gorge themselves; they are also food, ritual, identity and tradition for thousands of indigenous communities. Find out how these fish are the magical thread that ties nature, communities and economies on the coast of British Columbia by #following my #instagram feed at @CristinaMittermeier.

#TurningtheTide with @Sea_legacy. With @PaulNicklen #getfishfarmsout #respectnature #indigenouspride #humanrights #ReconciliationCanada #thanksgiving #salmon #firstnationspeople @gitgaatspirit

Great Bear Rainforest

Lovely Family Trip | Photograph by Ritagnik Bhattacharya
“We traveled four hours through the rough terrains of Nelliyampathy in Kerala, and on our way, we stopped at the hill top to appreciate the beauty of nature and hills,” writes Your Shot photographer Ritagnik Bhattacharya. “As my grandmother enjoyed the view from the jeep, my mother looked the other direction where my uncle and our driver took in the scenery and the calmness of the place. What a lovely trip it was.”

“Beautiful example of layering and a complex composition. Love it!” — @natgeo photographer Matt Moyer (@mattmoyer). This photo was submitted to our “Quest for Happiness” assignment, curated by @natgeo photographer Matthieu Paley (@paleyphoto); he is asking you to photograph what makes a community happy — the ecosystem of happiness. To submit, go to the link in our profile. #YourShotPhotographer
This assignment is inspired by the November 2017 @natgeo magazine cover story, “The Search for Happiness,” looking at some of the happiness places around the world, and what makes them so.


GIVEAWAY! As much as we love doing EVERYTHING with our dogs, we often don’t have a choice but to leave them at home. Luckily, there’s the Furbo Dog Camera. The @furbodogcamera uses AI-powered dog recognition to detect and notify you of important dog-related events happening in your home while you’re away. Here’s how you can enter to win a Furbo Dog Camera ($250 value): 1. Follow @furbodogcamera (learn more via link in their bio)
2. Tag two friends in the comments
3. We’ll DM the winner tomorrow!
Video by @emwng


Photo by @paleyphoto: A #Hadza man goes #hunting with a bow and arrows in the Yaeda Valley in #Tanzania. #culture #traditional #africa


Photo by @raymondmercado // #sponsored by @llbean // The #BeanOutsiderContest ends this Wednesday! This week we are highlighting a heart-shaped hot spring in California. To enter, upload your best photos showing how you live to embrace the outdoors. Tag with #BeanOutsiderContest and include a caption with the location and a short description. The contest, sponsored by @llbean, runs through November 22. For more information, visit nationalgeographic.com/be-an-outsider // This aerial shot shows people soaking in a heart-shaped hot spring called Wild Willy's near Mammoth Lakes, California.


Colorful house in La Havana, Cuba 🇨🇺

Havana, Cuba

Everyday life in Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

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