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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Pictured here, an American cave explorer paddles across the beautiful Lake Castrovalva in Lechuguilla (cave), Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico. Before getting into the small inflatable boat, she had to change into clean clothes and shoes to be ready for entering this pristine area of cave. For millions of years, the cave has been sealed off from human and animal interaction. The cave is so beautiful and so important to science that access is strictly controlled in order to keep the cave in as pristine condition as possible. It is a real time machine, taking us back to a world that was very different to the one we live in today. Lechuguilla features strongly in the current episode (Genesis) of the @natgeochannel documentary ‘One Strange Rock’ - Check it out! @natgeocreative


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Somewhere in Ukraine ✨❤️❤️❤️✨ Picture by ✨✨@jackmartinphotoart✨✨
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#wonderful_places for a feature ❤️


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2017 香港攝影大賽 手機組 佳作
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我喜歡色彩幻變的日落
我喜歡變幻無常的浮雲
我喜歡令人平靜的海浪
我更喜歡飛在頭上那嘈吵卻帶給我很多的大鐵鳥。
能夠把最喜愛的原素攝進鏡頭裡,沒有比此更感動的事。而更多的簡述,也不過是多餘的東西。⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀


拍攝地:機場南環路
Photograph by 蘇詠琴⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
#2017國家地理香港攝影大賽


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A Tornado of Starling Birds | Photograph by Bachir Badaoui (@bachir01)
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“An incredible formation from thousands of starling birds from the sky above. [It is] almost like a tornado going to touch down with many birds,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Bachir Badaoui. “Seeing thousands of starlings flying together in a whirling, ever-changing pattern is a phenomenon of nature that amazes those lucky enough to witness it. The speed, movements, motions, and formations all connected together and work in a remarkable team effort. Not only [does] this experience inspire me, but I’m also researching on how murmurations really works.”

“There is a lyrical quality to this image. It’s simple while being graphic and dynamic at the same time. The serendipity of the single larger bird flying through the swarm elevates this image in my mind. And, the information in the caption is what takes this frame to the next level. I love learning that this shape is made up of thousands of starlings but also to understand more about the how and why behind this behavior.” — Assistant Professor at Rochester Institute for Technology Jenn Poggi (@jennpoggi)


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Photo by @jimrichardsonng The Saguaro cactus near Peridot, Arizona were all pointing in the right direction, straight up at the Milky Way. Phoenix, nearly 120 miles away, was but a faint glow on the horizon. International Dark Sky Week has me remembering the incredible opportunity I had to explore these visual wonders, and to lament that so many people will be denied these vistas because of encroaching light pollution all around the world. #milkyway #darkskyweek #natgeo #natgeocreative


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Night light in Hoi An, Vietnam 🏮
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@backyard_travel #backyardtravel #asialikealocal


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Photo by @turtledove.a
“This ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ costume has been in our family for years,” says Turtle Williams (@turtledove.a), who captured her daughter bounding through the frame. “I was waiting for my usually wild dogs to do something crazy, but it was too hot to have fun. So I did the best I could with three wild-ish things.” #WHPwildthing


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Adentráte en la mente brillante del artista revolucionario 🖌️ @antoniobanderasoficial es #Genius #Picasso. Estreno domingo 22 de abril, 10 PM ARG y lunes 23, 8 PM PE / 9.30 PM COL / 10 PM MEX-CHI.


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