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Photo by @taylorglenn // Blowing sand obscures the highway outside Swakopmund, Namibia during a massive sandstorm. Driving was basically impossible. When the winds pick up on the Atlantic Ocean it doesn’t take much to lift the desert into the air. Follow @taylorglenn for more imagery from around the globe. #namibia #travel #weather #desert


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Photo by @ruthiebarone
Dreamy cloudscape one day. ☁️
Dramatic glitter bursts the next. ✨
If you want to know how Ruthie Barone (@ruthiebarone) is feeling on any given day, take a look at her eyes. Since 2015, the Brooklyn-based makeup artist has been using her eyelids as her canvas, allowing her emotions to guide the paintbrush. “Creating art on my eyes allows me to express myself and work through my emotions. I just go by my gut and whatever I feel,” Ruthie says.
Like emotions, makeup is temporary and can change in the blink of an eye. Ruthie finds freedom in that. “I can wipe off a whole look in an instant or destroy it with a few drops of foundation,” she says. “It feels free and fluid.”
See more of Ruthie’s ever-changing l👀ks, today on our story.


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Photo by @simoncroberts | Ramlet al-Baida public beach at sunset, Beirut, Lebanon, January 2016. Ramlet Al-Baida (“white sands” in Arabic) is Beirut’s last remaining public beach, a rare outlet in a city where public spaces are few and far between. Unfortunately, a lack of sufficient public regulation has allowed developers to chip away at such spaces over the years. Lebanon’s shrinking coastline dates back to the country’s 1975-1990 civil war, when developers took advantage of the absence of state to build a flurry of resorts along the shore. Today many locals are worried that a gradual encroachment of private developments into the Al-Baida public beach will continue. For people who simply want to visit the seaside and relax, the privatization of beaches has become another symbol of corruption and inequality. Follow @simoncroberts to see more photographs from this series and other works. #SimonRoberts #RamletAlBaida #Beirut


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Antes de Mark, fueron Todd Krizelman y Stephan Paternot ¿Te suena theGlobe.com? ¡Conéctate a los inicios de Internet! 👩‍💻 #ElBoomDeSiliconValley, nueva serie.
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Estreno domingo 20, 9 PM MEX-COL y jueves 24, 9 PM PE / 11 PM ARG-CHI.


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The image many people have of Greece is of the Acropolis in Athens, or maybe a white painted building on the island of Santorini. For me, Greece is the area around Meteora and all of the Orthodox monasteries which are situated on top of rock pillars. ⠀
Meteora is located inland in Greece so it doesn’t much in the way of cruise visitors, unlike other places in Greece. I spent 2 days exploring the Meteora area and I could easily have spent another 2 just taking photos. ⠀
#everythingeverywhere #greece #worldheritage #unesco #


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Croatia ✨😍😍😍✨ Tag your friends!!!
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Picture by ✨✨@scicnick✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


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[臺灣之美•島嶼凝想]

攝影師:何經泰
Photographer:Ching-Tai, Ho
1.擬山
地點:新北市, 臺灣
Location: New Taipei City, Taiwan

2.島語
地點:宜蘭外澳
Location: Yilan, Taiwan

3.肖像
地點:新北市, 臺灣
Location: New Taipei City, Taiwan

#mobilephotography#ZenFone5#越拍越懂你#AI智慧雙鏡頭#taiwan


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Photographer’s Eye | Photograph by Nico Trinkhaus (@sumfinity)
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“The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain, with its many architectural highlights completely stole my heart and will keep it forever,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Nico Trinkhaus. “It doesn’t matter where you look, you always discover something remarkable. But the L’Hemisfèric is truly the icing on the cake; Santiago Calatrava excelled himself with its design and created a masterpiece.” This photo was submitted to our “For Your Shot Instagram” assignment. Go to the link in our profile to participate and for your chance to be featured on @natgeoyourshot.
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“From #YourShotPhotographer Elizabeth Paoletti: "Amazing! This really does look like an eye! The colors are gorgeous, and of course the inclusion of the reflection is awesome. I love how you kept the ISO so low." — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee


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