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Photo by @ivankphoto | Protesters marched under a giant American flag as an estimated 15,000 people made their way from MacArthur Park to Grand Park during a May Day rally in Los Angeles, on May 1, 2017. This is the cover of the Latin American edition and was shot #onassignment for @natgeo with @kchete77. Karla and Ivan’s photos were published in the July 2018 issue in the feature: “How Latinos Are Shaping America’s Future.” Please check the link in my profile (@ivankphoto) to see the feature.


Maldivian sunset ❤️❤️❤️ Tag your special someone!!! Picture by ✨✨@jeremyaustiin✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


¿Por qué las mujeres siguen siendo tan vulnerables ante el acoso y el abuso? La periodista @katiecouric explorará la necesidad de reconsiderar la igualdad de género en "Al descubierto" 📺👇
Estreno HOY, 8 PM PE.
8.30 PM COL.
10 PM ARG.


Negative Film | Photograph by Doria Fochi
“I am holding a black and white 35mm negative of myself with my mother, using natural light as a viewer. Luckily for me and my family, I found the rest [of the film] as well as many more rolls of memories,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Doria Fochi. “Photography is a scientific wonder for me, and seeing these precious childhood memories adds just another deep dimension to my precious mother’s gift of life. She has given me so much, and photography has brought back so many memories… and continues to do so.”

“This image sheds light on the chemical processes that were part of our life before the digitalization of photography. It was chemistry that gave this world photography, and I am glad that this simpe composition recognizes that.” — @natgeo Explorer Prasenjeet Yadav (@prasen88)
This photo was selected for our “Everyday Science” story, curated by Prasenjeet Yadav. To see more, go to the link in our profile.


Photo by @nelsonmakamo
Through his charcoal portraits, South African artist Nelson Makamo (@nelsonmakamo) works to change negative perceptions of African children. “How do you stop the judgment of a child?” says Nelson, who was born in 1982, 12 years before the end of apartheid. “I started adding glasses to some portraits, and just by doing that, it completely changes how someone looks at the painting. They won’t look at that child in terms of a portrait of a child from Africa. A lot of people start seeing a reflection of themselves. That is what art is there for: to show how common we all are.”
Today is #MandelaDay, a celebration of the 100th birthday of the late Nelson Mandela, an anti-apartheid leader and former president of South Africa. “Today, we are what we are because of his legacy,” says Nelson. “When I see people responding to my work, the person that comes to mind is Nelson Mandela. He fought for us to have moments like this where we share ideas. If one man can create a legacy that unites the world, we need to make sure that legacy lives on.”


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A🐦 eye view of this amazing spectacle of Sakura in Japan early April 🎌


photo by @andrea_frazzetta // Cambodia, Tonle Sap lake, the Floating village of Chhnok Trou. A man crossing the village by boat at dawn.
The lake supports a massive freshwater ecosystem, which in turn supports the people who live around it in floating villages. Many of the Cambodian villagers are stateless Vietnamese immigrants. The families build floating dwellings on top of waters where citizenship papers are not required. Despite being built on the water, the floating villages operate similarly to villages on land. There are grocery stores, schools, barbers, temples. Follow @andrea_frazzetta to know more about my next projects #cambodia #floatingvillage #asia


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