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Photograph by @thomaspeschak The best camera/lens combination is the one you are holding in your hands! I was walking through coastal forest on the tiny Seychelles island of Cousine when a white term began to hover inches from my face and tried to land on my head. Unfortunately I was on my way to go diving, in addition to wearing a wetsuit and clutching my fins in my teeth I was holding my heavy/bulky underwater camera setup. With no other option than use the gear in my hands, I raised my underwater rig to my eye, framed as best i could and hit the shutter. I think this certainly the only terrestrial photograph that I have ever shot for @natgeo magazine with my underwater camera. @natgeocreative #seychelles #seabirds


[ #TBT From November 23, 2015 ] Top Shot: Catch of the Day | Photograph by Jose Luis Rodriguez
Your Shot photographer Jose Luis Rodriguez documented a kingfisher flying off with its recent catch in the Adaja River in Avila, Spain.

Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen, 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors from thousands of recent uploads. Our community votes for their favorite photo from the selection, and the Top Shot is showcased on the @natgeoyourshot Instagram account. #YourShotPhotographer


Photo by @michaelclarkphoto // A stormy day over the Patagonia Ice Cap just behind Cerro Fitz Roy on the border between Argentina and Chile. Technically this was shot from the Chilean hut on the ice cap. We took a day off here to let the weather pass by before continuing down the ice cap. #chile #argentina #patagoniaicecap #patagoniaicefield


Photo by @hailethomas
Sixteen-year-old vegan chef and health activist Haile Thomas (@hailethomas) received the nickname “Hurricane Haile” as a baby — she was notorious for throwing pots and pans all over the place. “In some ways I still live up to that name. I always make a huge mess when I’m in my creative cooking zone!” she says. Today, the 12th-grade student from New York City is constantly mixing up fresh recipes and offering new nutrition tips. “I really try to send messages that bring awareness to the many topics that are important to me, but also hopefully contribute to the health, happiness and overall positive growth of our global community.”
This year, Haile is celebrating #Thanksgiving with her extended family. “My mom, dad, sister and I have been doing a plant-based dinner for the past three years,” she explains. “We are so glad to get a commitment from our aunts, uncles and cousins to go veg-based this year and celebrate together.”
Check out our story to see Haile in action in the kitchen.

New York, New York

The Anticipation 🚖🚶🏻‍♀️ // Happy Thanksgiving! - always grateful for this opportunity to share these photographs, introduce yourself in a comment if you’d like and I’ll be checking out accounts + liking photos all day ✨✌🏻

Shibuya, Tokyo

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


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