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Photo by @markomestrovic
Marko Mestrovic (@markomestrovic) dove right in at a local underwater rugby team practice. “During warm ups, all the players swim around pretty chaotically,” he describes. “I wanted to get as close into the action as possible.”
Follow along to see more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPmoveit.

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Oahu - Hawaii ✨💚💚💚✨ Picture by ✨✨@timothysykes✨✨ go follow this self-made millionaire who travels the world while teaching others how to become millionaires too!

Oahu
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Photo by @GerdLudwig . Ivan and his wife have come home to their village near Chernobyl.  It’s 40 roughly years ago that the Chernobyl nuclear power plant went first online, but it’s reactor #4 blew up in 1986 after operators botched a safety test. Of all manmade environmental catastrophes in human history, Chernobyl is considered to have caused the most lasting impact. Approximately 350,000 people were forced to evacuate after the explosion. But, disaster be damned, a couple of hundred elderly people have retuned. At first Ukrainian officials discouraged them, but they soon turned a blind eye, allowing them “to live out their lives on a contaminated soil instead of dying of a broken heart in anonymous city suburbs”. Recently, Ukraine’s minister of ecology announced that his country is talking to a multinational energy company about constructing a giant solar park inside the contaminated Exclusion Zone around the ill-fated reactor. Since my first visit in 1993, I have been documenting the aftermath of accident in dramatic photographs – the failed reactor, the contamination to the land, and the countless victims in the fallout regions, leading to my book and iPad app ‘The Long Shadow of Chernobyl’. @thephotosociety  @natgeocreative #Chernobyl #Ukraine #returnee #radiation #contamination #disaster #nuclear #Exclusionzone


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The City That Freed Me | Photograph by Tejas L. (@advantej)
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“As I reflect back to the day I first visited San Francisco — it was just for a conference — little did I know that the calling would be so strong that I had to move here,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Tejas L. “I couldn’t stay away from this city for long. I had to come back.”
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This photo was submitted to our “The Trip That Changed My Life” assignment — which is your chance to be featured on the cover of @natgeo Traveler’s upcoming “Epic Summer” issue (June/July 2018). Go to the link in our profile to submit your photos.


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Los #NGXplorers se preparan para hacer las presentaciones de sus trabajos en el primer simposio de #NatGeoFestCDMX 🌎 ¡Sigue las actividades a través de nuestras redes sociales!


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Photo by @michaelmelford:
Sunrise gleams behind the Teton Range and the Snake River in Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming. #landscapes #mountains #nationalforest #sunrise


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moody skies over south lake

South Lake Tahoe, California
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photo by @andrea_frazzetta // Feeling the emptiness is one of the strongest things I've ever experienced in my travels. Leave the gaze float in the void is a purification for the spirit.
It is not just the reminiscence of a lost purity, it’s a horizon where everything can still happen.
The Danakil, a land made of fire, salt and lava close to the Rift Valley, is a ghost ocean.
It is from the retreat of the sea, evaporated twenty thousand years ago, that the Danakil has gained its peculiarity: to be a spread of evaporitic rocks that gives rise to the Great Plain of Salt - a desert which stretches for about 600 kilometers.
This is one of the most vulnerable places of our world: the fire is just below our feet, five kilometers away. There is a crust that is subjected to stresses of all kinds, a part of the planet where you feel the throbbing heart of the Earth.
This Friday the Danakil exhibition will open in Rome .
If you around join us: Friday 23 February at 7pm at Officine Fotografiche.
@andrea_frazzetta #Danakil #Ethiopia #Africa

Ethiopia
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Paris Montmartre by night ✨

Paris, France
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