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Photo @lucalocatelliphoto for @natgeo A woman is collecting tomatoes inside an high tech led illuminated greenhouse in the Netherlands. These tomato plants can grow up to 2 meters, using 95% less the water than a traditional crops and produce up to 10 times with the same land, all without any pesticides or GMO. This futuristic Dutch way of farming is a solution to produce the massive amount of food we will need in the future to front the hunger crisis? Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to know more about the future of farming #agriculture #food #hunger #tomatoes #water #planet #crops #future #futurology


Photo by @jeroenvandam
Urban designer Jeroen van Dam (@jeroenvandam) took this photo at the Dutch national media archives. “This is one of my all-time favorite buildings,” he says. “The lower you go in the underground galleries, the more precious the old movies become that are stored inside — windows to long-forgotten times.” #WHPwindows


Photo by @danwestergren // #sponsored by @visit_arizona // Every 15 minutes I would venture out into the rain compulsively taking pictures of the murky scene, knowing that it was all a waste of time. I often joke with other photographers that without terrible weather we would never get those magical shots that happen when a storm clears. But then at 5:30 the sky started to get perceptibly brighter. Within 15 minutes the sun came roaring under the clouds and painted the scene with a double rainbow. // Even once you see it in person, you may still doubt it’s real. Plan your [un]real Arizona getaway. #VisitArizona

Oljato-Monument Valley, Arizona

767 Days and Counting | Photograph by Sam Gulino
“When I left of Antarctica, I assumed it would be a one-and-done trip — going once would be enough,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Sam Gulino. “Within a day of arriving, I realized I was wrong. Antarctica is a place that permanently changes you. I left with new understands of beauty, and more importantly, of myself and what I am capable of. Every day, I look at this photo that I took in December 2017 and count the days until I return to Antarctica in February 2020. [This photo] was taken in the Lemaire Channel aboard the National Geographic Explorer.”

“Beautiful capture Sam! I really like the use of space to show the vastness of the landscape. Including a bit of the ship bow and travelers adds perspective and a pop of color. I’m very happy to hear you had a great time, and that you’re planning to revisit this truly special place with us!” — @natgeoexpeditions Digital Media Specialist Lindsay Kuczera (@linkuczera).
This photo was submitted to our “Resolution to Travel” assignment curated by Lindsay Kuczera. To submit to this, and our other current assignment, “We are All Explorers” curated by @natgeo Explorer Becca Skinner (@beccaskinner), and go to the link in our profile.


“A good boy, with good taste in food” writes @yulia_and_maximus | Be sure to checkout our Stories and see more of their stunning photography! #dogsofinstagram


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Photo by @lucalocatelliphoto: The unused Kalkar nuclear reactor site now operates as an amusement park, Wunderland Kalkar. #amusementparks #fun #wunderlandkalkar #rides


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