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2017 全球攝影大賽 青少年組 佳作
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象。和象伕是相依相存的生命共同體,平均壽命七十歲的象和人類相當,一個象伕一輩子就和一頭象一起生活終老,除非誰先走了一步,否則絕不輕易離開彼此,並給予雙方之間的核心信任感。大象是世上最聰明的物種之一,他們跟人類一樣感情豐富細膩,從傷痛到快樂各種情緒通通都有,也會為了死亡和失去感到悲傷。 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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Photo of @luckyoetama by @reggyalexander
An expressive portrait captures a sense of effortless style for #WHPmystyle.

Bali, Indonesia

Photo by @mishkusk (Michaela Skovranova)

The Crown of thorns starfish is native to coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific region. It's a marine invertebrate that feeds on coral.
On healthy coral reefs,  Crown of thorns plays an important role, as it tends to feed on the fastest growing corals allowing slower growing coral species to form colonies however in recent years populations have reached plague proportions and have devastated large areas of live coral in a very short period. Each night the nocturnal starfish can eat its own body area in coral. Combined with the challenges of climate change, the Crown of Thorns poses another significant threat to our reef systems. #coralreef #australia #greatbarrierreef #underwater #ocean #crownofthorns

The Great Barrier Reef

Photo @ladzinski / Sled dogs, adorably moving in for a sniff and seconds before licking my lens in #tasiilaq Greenland. To see more photos from this beautiful part of the planet please visit @ladzinski


Through Another Lens | Photograph by Charlotte Boyle (@charlotteboylephotography)
“Emerging from decades of isolation and military rule, Myanmar is full of endless contradictions and surprises,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Charlotte Boyle. “At a traditional old teak pagoda in Inwa (Ava), a Buddhist monk agreed to sit for a portrait. As we took pictures, his three novices disappeared, only to reappear clutching a couple of smart phones to document their own interpretation.”

“Charlotte, when I originally started thinking about the idea of this assignment, I wanted people to push the boundaries of what exploration meant. For me, this photo is beautiful because it captures what it means to be exploring an ever-changing world where technology mixes with tradition. The lighting is soft, the moment is sweet, and it leaves me feeling hopeful. Great job.” — @natgeo Explorer Becca Skinner (@beccaskinner)
This photo was submitted to our “We are All Explorers” curated by @natgeo Explorer Becca Skinner. To submit to this and our other current assignment, “Resolution to Travel” curated by @natgeoexpeditions Digital Media Specialist Lindsay Kuczera (@linkuczera), go to the link in our profile.


Algo nuevo llega en febrero... 💥 #NGPWR


Frenchie sees his human drowning and goes in to save the day! 😂 | Send us your funny videos via the link in our bio


Neuschwanstein Castle - Germany ✨💖💖💖✨ Picture by ✨✨@teddy_bear_photos✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💖


#Followmeto Bali with @natalyosmann. ✣ This island is like a chameleon for me. First time we came here was around four years ago and we didn’t really understand the island. The problem was that we only went to the touristic spots and stayed mostly in Seminyak. ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ To really understand the island - you have to feel it and to seek for some hidden gems - you will see that it has a lot to offer: from the beautiful beaches of Uluwatu, to the peacefulness of Ubud. We managed to see the temples we haven’t seen before (though I regret, not waking up for Lempuyang temple on sunrise), managed to experience the ceremonies with local shamans and drove bike everywhere even it if was raining cats and dogs, found some really cool cafes in Seminyak with which we fell in love. This island is forever in our hearts. ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ ✣ Share your experience if you been there and how it changed if you came several times? What are your favorite places there? 🎵parcels: gamesofluck

Bali, Indonesia

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