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Photo by Ron Clifford | An Elephant seal surveys his domain and it seems the King Penguin Woolies have taken over! | This moment was documented with the use of a telephoto lens and framing the elephant seal in the center of the frame to show the size of scale with the young King Penguins known as Woolies. #YourShotPhotographer


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Photos by @michaelchristopherbrown | Palestinian children in Balata Refugee Camp, the largest refugee camp in the West Bank. Balata has a population of 30,000 residents in a .25-square-kilometer area, the majority of whom are under age 25. In 1950 the UN gave these refugees, originally from Jaffa, shelter in this tiny area near Nablus, which is now densely populated. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, which last year was subject to hundreds of millions of dollars in budget cuts by the Trump administration, funds a school in the Balata camp with approximately 5,000 pupils. Other programs include the Yaffa Cultural Center, which operates a guesthouse, children’s theater and cinema, children’s library and media center, but with the budget cuts, it's seeking donors to fund the center. From 1980s through the early 2000s, Balata residents played a leading role in the first and second intifadas.


Meet today’s #WeeklyFluff, Albert (@pompous.albert), a Selkirk Rex cat who might look faux... but is keeping it real. 😻⁣

Photo by @pompous.albert

Salt Lake City, Utah

Photos by @jessicasample | Gjógv, named after a 200-meter-long gorge that runs from the village into the ocean, is the most northern village on the island of Eysturoy. With less than 50 inhabitants all living in old timber-walled and turf-roofed cottages, Gjógv has an abundance of charm. #faroeislands


Six by 10 - sometimes I find myself sitting on photos that I’ve shot for no real reason - but not today - here’s an extra 10 shots from my time in Toronto last week - hope everyone has a great weekend 🇨🇦 #openyourcuriosity

Toronto, Ontario

#FotoDelDía | En un lugar remoto de Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, los bosques de algas gigantes de Thetis Bay albergan uno de los ecosistemas marinos más magníficos del planeta. El futuro es brillante para la abundancia de vida que llama hogar al hábitat, gracias a la reciente creación del Área Marina Protegida de Yaganes por el gobierno argentino. 📸 Enric Sala


#Repost @natgeoyourshot

Down Below | Photograph by Andy Yeung (@yeungshingfuk)
Green space nestles between enormous apartment complexes in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is one of the most crowded places on earth, with more than 7 million people living in 427 square miles.
Today we’re featuring @natgeoyourshot photographs selected for @natgeo July’s “Photo of the Day.” To see more, go to natgeo.com/pod. #YourShotPhotographer

Tag @natgeomedia + #overlookingview,我們會於每週分享主題精選照片。
November Spotlight :Overlook
To capture the world from a different perspective.
Tag @natgeomedia + #overlookingview, We' ll post favorites next week.


I was thinking of which lesser known destinations to feature. The truth is, there are a LOT of them. The planet is littered with amazing places few people bother to visit.

This week I really want to feature places that evoke a response of “WHY DIDN’T I KNOW ABOUT THIS??” One of those places is again in Italy. Most of the attractions in Italy either date back to the Roman period, or to the Renaissance. This place dates back to the 18th Century, which isn’t one of the best known periods in Italian history.

Back then, most royals in Europe had Versailles envy. The palace of the King of France was the standard by which palaces were judged. Many other monarchs created palaces which emulated Versailles. Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna is probably one of the best examples of this.

The King of Naples didn’t want to be outdone, so they created the Italian version of Versailles.
The Royal Palace of Caserta.

When I visited, I was on a group tour of Italy, and only one other person on the tour bothered to come with me. When I got there, there were almost no non-Italian tourists.

In terms of total volume, it is the largest royal palace in the world. The palace is five stories tall, has over 1,200 rooms, and has over 1,700 windows.
The gardens are what is really amazing. There is an aqueduct running through the garden which is a total of 38km long! From the back of the palace it extends out to the horizon.

Getting to Caseata is actually really easy. The train station is literally outside the palace.

#everythingeverywhere #curiositynow #italy #caserta #unesco #unescoworldheritage #worldheritage #worldheritagesite

Reggia di Caserta

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