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Thanksgiving Tradition | Photograph by Benjamin Jordan (@pillowlava1)
“Boy Scout Troops in our community hold an annual fundraiser that involves cooking Thanksgiving holiday turkeys in a traditional Hawaiian Imu, or a ground oven,” writes Your Shot photographer Benjamin Jordan. “The boys work several hours: cutting banana stalks and leaves, digging out the pit, and building a bonfire to heat rocks from local streams. The turkeys, wrapped in aluminum foil, are steamed overnight in the ground — and the meat literally fall off the bone.”

“Great job using the available light, and taking advantage of the steam to make a moody and beautiful frame documenting a fantastic community tradition. Well done Benjamin.” — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee (@davidylee) #HappyThanksgiving #YourShotPhotographer


Photo by @edkashi Scene at the Sufi shrine of Khwaja Ghulam Farid in Kot Mithan in 2009. A famous Sufi from the 18th century, Farid is considered one of the greatest Saraiki poets of the Punjab region. Built in 1796, the #shrine to #Farid is one of the most important in this part of the #Punjab. #Pakistan #independence #homeland #Muslim #travel #tbt #fromthearchives


photo by @andrea_frazzetta // The Potala Palace. Buddhist monks and worshippers come to Lhasa from all over Tibet in order to pray at this major sacred site.
The Potala, winter palace of the Dalai Lama since the 7th century, symbolizes Tibetan Buddhism and its central role in the traditional administration of Tibet. The complex, comprising the White and Red Palaces with their ancillary buildings, is built on Red Mountain in the centre of Lhasa Valley, at an altitude of 3,700m.
Follow @andrea_frazzetta to know more about my next projects #lhasa #tibet #natgeotravel


Do you know what year this photo by Edwin L. Wisherd of a woman in Washington, DC was published in National Geographic magazine? Check back to see the answer posted in the caption. #tbt #throwbackthursday #dc #vintage
Answer: 1929


2016年國家地理旅行攝影大賽總冠軍Anthony Lau到加拿大東北的北極圈內在一望無際的雪原及冰封的海面上與北極熊及極光零距離接觸,將與大家分享他的相片及所見所聞。
11月29日(三)7~9PM 金鐘廊 Wheelock Gallery


Boracay v1.2 #djimavic

Boracay Island

neon express

Shinjuku Toyko.

Photos by @malikesidibe
“Being from Africa and moving to New York City, I feel like there’s so much inspiration everywhere. I spend half my time walking down the street just looking around,” says 20-year-old photography student Malike Sidibe (@malikesidibe). “When I’m creating, I try to go out of my comfort zone. Do something I’ve never done just to see where it takes me.” At 13, Malike moved from a strict household in Guinea to the US, without speaking a word of English. “When I first moved, I never knew that I was interested in becoming a photographer, but it was something I’ve always appreciated,” says Malike. “My dad wants me to be a cab driver, but I’ve decided to follow my dream of becoming a fashion photographer instead. I feel like my whole goal is to show my little brothers: don’t be afraid to try anything you want. You have the freedom to do so.” #WhereIComeFrom
Watch our story to see more of Malike’s portrait photography.

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