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natgeo의 미디어: Photographed on assignment by @ciriljazbec for the current issue of National Geographic Magazine. E

Photographed on assignment by @ciriljazbec for the current issue of National Geographic Magazine. Entrepreneurs collaborate at a popular technology-innovation center in Nairobi called iHub Nairobi, where they share ideas, take classes, and participate in hackathons, competing to solve challenging software problems. Young, tech-savvy Africans have flocked to Kenya’s nascent version of Silicon Valley, nicknamed Silicon Savannah, seeking the money and expertise to create groundbreaking technology solutions. Follow the link in my profile @ciriljazbec to read 'How Africa's Tech Generation Is Changing the Continent'. #natgeo #story #africa #Tech #startups #revolution #kenya #innovation #nairobi

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @ljohnphoto. Cannabis is a lifesaver for this family. Mom, Shannan and her sons, Joseph, 9

Photo by @ljohnphoto. Cannabis is a lifesaver for this family. Mom, Shannan and her sons, Joseph, 9, and Oliver, 7, have each been helped by the plant as true medicine. It is a cancer / pain fighting ally for Shannan, a calming medicine for Joseph who is on the autistic spectrum and fights severe anxieties, and Oliver who uses the oil to control seizures and shrink the multiple malignant tumors that cause them. @thephotosociety #cannabis #cannabisismedicine #livingproof #mmj #teamsuperbean #joeysalphabetsoup

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). Matt Redd rounding up cattle on the Dugout Ranch in Indian Cr

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). Matt Redd rounding up cattle on the Dugout Ranch in Indian Creek, Utah (now owned and operated by the Nature Conservancy). Photographed on assignment covering the land battles over #BearsEarsNationalMonument.  To see more images of Matt and ongoing coverage of the National Monuments struggle, follow @argonautphoto.

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Suspended on a thin rope and immersed by light from a tiny op

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Suspended on a thin rope and immersed by light from a tiny opening in the Earths surface, an explorer makes his way up 900 ft in Kačna jama (cave) near Divača, in Slovenia. The cave is the third longest cave in Slovenia and is one of several locations that offers a gateway down to the mighty Reka River. This portfolio of photographs we have been sharing were shot for @NatGeoAdventure from the famous river caves of Slovenia, birth place of speleology and home to the 'human fish'. With my caving colleagues I visited 8 caves, each one varied and different with its own personality.

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) | Children chase bubbles released by a street performer in

Photo by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) | Children chase bubbles released by a street performer in Amsterdam’s Dam Square, The Netherlands on Saturday the 16th of December 2017. To see more, follow @mmuheisen #muhammedmuheisen

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natgeo의 미디어: Photograph by @paulnicklen // A sunflower seastar (Pycnopodia helianthoides) works stealthily acros

Photograph by @paulnicklen // A sunflower seastar (Pycnopodia helianthoides) works stealthily across the ocean floor in search of food. They can grow up to 3 feet in diameter and travel at rip roaring speeds of 3 feet a minute as they seek out sea urchins. Water temperatures off the coast of the US and Canada have warmed by several degrees and tragically, this starfish species was the hardest hit from an aptly named disease called “starfish wasting disease”. I took this image several years ago when this species was everywhere. Now, they have all but vanished from this coast. #climatechange #warmingoceans

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @robertclarkphoto | While working on a story about Bird Origins I was able to photograph t

Photo by @robertclarkphoto | While working on a story about Bird Origins I was able to photograph this female #Ostrich, a member of one of the modern bird groups. The common ostrich was originally described by Carl Linnaeus from Sweden In his 18th century work. #birds

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @christian_foto (Christian Rodríguez) |

Taiana Cezario Da Silva (16 years old) became a y

Photo by @christian_foto (Christian Rodríguez) | Taiana Cezario Da Silva (16 years old) became a young mother at the age of 15. She is the third of seven siblings, and a daughter of a teenage mother, in Complexodo Alemão, a large settlement of favelas in Rio de Janeiro. Taiana met her boyfriend in the favela. Shortly after starting their relationship she got pregnant, and after three months her boyfriend was sent to prison for drug trafficking. She had to leave school to take care of her daughter. She hopes she can go back to school some day, and study medicine. "Complexo de Alemão" is the largest set of favelas of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This photo is part of the project "Teen mom" about teen pregnancy in Latin America. The series made in Rio de Janeiro analyzes the issue of teenage pregnancy in low socioeconomic contexts. Girls who become pregnant before they are 18 rarely achieve an adequate standard of living. The patterns of poverty and limited access to education and health care are a common thread among teen pregnancies. Brazil could have increased its productivity up to US $3.5 billion if adolescent girls in that country postponed pregnancy until their twenties. (Population Fund of the United Nations) To learn more about the Teen Mom project, please follow @christian_foto #teenmom #youngmother #brazil #latinamerica

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natgeo의 미디어: Video by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) Afghan refugees and internally displaced Pakistani children

Video by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) Afghan refugees and internally displaced Pakistani children repeat after their teacher at a makeshift school in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan. For more photos of the refugee crisis follow @mmuheisen and @everydayrefugees #everydayrefugees #muhammedmuheisen

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natgeo의 미디어: photo by: @renaeffendiphoto // Porbandar city, birth place of Gandhi. Free roaming cows look out to

photo by: @renaeffendiphoto // Porbandar city, birth place of Gandhi. Free roaming cows look out towards the sea. Mahatma Gandhi spent his early childhood here strolling on this beach road on his way to the temple and library. For more human interest stories follow: @renaeffendiphoto #history #legacy #india #gandhi #leaders #cows #sea

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @TimLaman. Hummingbird and moon. Back in Oct, I photographed this Costa’s Hummingbird jus

Photo by @TimLaman. Hummingbird and moon. Back in Oct, I photographed this Costa’s Hummingbird just as the full moon rose at sunset in the Coachella Valley, California. There was just enough light coming from the sun to get some color in the foreground. Hummingbirds feed right up until it is getting dark, and then often go into torpor to survive the night, during which they can slow their heart rate down from over 500 beats/min to under 50 beats/min. These guys are such fascinating little birds! If you’d like to see more of my new images of hummingbirds from California, visit my feed @TimLaman. How did I get a shot like this? It is all about seeing an opportunity, getting an idea, and then having the patience to pull it off. In this case, waiting for the hummingbird to return to a certain flower I had lined up with the moon. Shot at Sunnylands as part of a project I’m working on to document the birdlife of this sanctuary. #hummingbird #moon #sunnylands #annenberg #birdsofsunnylands #birds #coachellavalley #palmsprings #ranchomirage #desert #california

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @pedromcbride (Pete McBride) // I love dark spots on the map — those areas where the night

Photo by @pedromcbride (Pete McBride) // I love dark spots on the map — those areas where the night sky shines. One of those places is Grand Canyon where the night sky can become so bright it looks like a river of stars mirroring the river below inside the canyon. To see more, follow @pedromcbride. #grandcanon #coloradoriver #nightsky #milkyway #nature

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natgeo의 미디어: Video by @florianschulzvisuals | There is hardly a greater wildlife spectacle left in North America

Video by @florianschulzvisuals | There is hardly a greater wildlife spectacle left in North American then the massive caribou migration of the Porcupine Caribou herd. Every year about 200 000 caribou migrate to the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to give birth to their young. Migrating close to 3000 miles it is the longest migration route of any land mammal. The reason: The caribou are dependent on the nutrient rich vegetation that the coastal plain provides. The current GOP tax bill would allow oil drilling in this pristine wilderness. Opening up the Refuge has often been attempted by drilling supporters but never received congressional approval. This time around the situation is different. As the measure is tied to the budget process the bill only needs 51 votes – not the usual 60. Drilling in the Arctic Refuge could become a reality, destroying one of the greatest wild places in the country that has often been called the Serengeti of the north. In my work, I specialize in the last wild place on the planet and those become increasing rare. I think it would be devastating to see one of the greatest wilderness gems be destroyed over a few months worth of the nation’s oil. #followme@florianschulzvisuals to see more of the wild planet. #savethearctic #endangered #publiclands #alaska #wilderness

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natgeo의 미디어: Video @ladzinski / A flock of #flamingos running across the surface of the water to take flight. Th

Video @ladzinski / A flock of #flamingosrunning across the surface of the water to take flight. These birds are so large that it takes a tremendous amount of momentum before they can take to the skies, a sight that is always remarkable to watch. Filmed in #camaronesColombia. To see more of this beautiful part of the world please visit @ladzinski

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natgeo의 미디어: Photographed whilst on assignment by @simonnorfolkstudio for the current issue of National Geograph

Photographed whilst on assignment by @simonnorfolkstudio for the current issue of National Geographic Magazine.. Pastor Philip Mantofa (@philipmantofa ) is Vice Head-Pastor of Mawar Sharon church which oversees 70 local churches all around Indonesia. With the pastor are 956 pilgrims from Indonesia. They are all being baptised at Yardenit Jordan River Baptismal Site. This site is a long way from the authentic site of Jesus’ baptism which is way down in the Lower Jordan at Bethany where it is narrow and muddy and badly polluted with sewage and agricultural run-off. Follow @simonnorfolkstudio for updates, outtakes, unpublished and archive material. @simonnorfolkstudio @natgeo #photojournalism #documentaryphotography #simonnorfolk #Nazareth #christianity #christian #photojournalist #holyland #Nazarene #jerusalem #baptism #religious # indonesian #Yardenit #Mawar #pastor #christening #indonesian

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo @lucalocatelliphoto Yesterday I was walking in the center of Milan, Italy when it happens to

Photo @lucalocatelliphoto Yesterday I was walking in the center of Milan, Italy when it happens to see a tennis court inside a church. I’ve played 10 minutes in this incredible art performance. The artist Asad Raza which wanted to create a meditative experience of dialogue in a space which was used for one-way communication from higher authorities.So he I created a situation in which the visitor can experience this by doing it, with coaches who help them, and with a jasmine tea to drink when they become thirsty from the activity, and a scent to imbue the atmosphere with another sense. It is a contemporary way to reach a feeling of communion with the body and the senses. Follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to see more images from the world. #tennis #milan #italy

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natgeo의 미디어: By @drewtrush // We didn’t really know what we were doing because no-one had done it before.  Sure

By @drewtrush // We didn’t really know what we were doing because no-one had done it before.  Sure people have gotten footage of mountain lions, but we began a deep dive into the lives of specific individuals over the course of what ended up being the next couple of years while following these groups of cat’s, gathering footage for @natgeowild American Cougar.  We had primarily been focusing on finding kills of both collared and un collared cats in northwest Wyoming.  While the kill idea definitely worked, I thought we needed to start focusing on other aspects of the kill site to start getting some different footage and mix it up.  I figured if we could find their day bed, or where they will spend the day sleeping we could put a camera there and potentially get something unique.  I was working for cinematographer @jeffhoganfilms and as any true mentor should, he always pushed me to go out and try and shoot something better than he did.  He allowed me the freedom to make mistakes.  That’s the only way you’ll get better in this game.  We had some of the best times out there figuring it out as we went, just ecstatic when we’d get a shot, trying to help each other figure it out when we wouldn’t.  Thanks Jeff. To get more behind the scenes stories like this please follow along with me @drewtrush.

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natgeo의 미디어: Photographed on assignment by @ciriljazbec for the current issue of National Geographic Magazine.

Photographed on assignment by @ciriljazbec for the current issue of National Geographic Magazine. Delivering blood units all over Rwanda with drones. Building tech capacity, Rwanda partnered with Zipline to deliver blood and plasma units inside drones, creating technical jobs for people like flight operator Olivier Mugiraneza. Olivier here on the first photo recovers a drone just after delivery of blood to a remote hospital. Zipline is a blood delivery system by drones in remote parts of Rwanda. It delivers on demand blood and plasma units to hospitals immediately after being reqeusted. Blood used to take hours to drive to remote hospitals. Now it happens in minutes. Follow link in my profile @ciriljazbec to read 'How Africa's Tech Generation Is Changing the Continent'. #Africa #rwanda #Tech #revolution #drone #blood #delivery

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @mattiasklumofficial
I photographed this little pink skunk clownfish and some grey reefsha

Photo by @mattiasklumofficial I photographed this little pink skunk clownfish and some grey reefsharks in the Koro Sea, Fiji for @natgeo. Please go to @mattiasklumofficial to see one of my favorite realms under the stars:Torres del Paine National Park in Chile! Everyday is a good day to celebrate the importance and beauty of our marine worlds! Oceans cover 71 percent of the globe, and they are as important to us as they are vast. Our oceans are home to most of the life on our planet and play a central role in the world's natural systems, like regulating our climate, absorbing carbon dioxide and they produce over half the oxygen that we, and all other land animals, breathe. Their wealth is truly beyond comprehension. Please support conservation organizations to help protect our oceans. #ocean #protect #conservation #wwf #oceana #fiji #protectbiodiversity #mattiasklum #conservation @thephotosociety @irisalexandrov @natgeo @alexandrovklumofficial @mattiasklumcollection

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @FransLanting “California Burning” One of the largest wildfires in California’s history is

Photo by @FransLanting “California Burning” One of the largest wildfires in California’s history is raging through the rugged coastal mountains near Santa Barbara. The other night the hills looked like a scene from the apocalypse as the flames were encroaching upon scores of homes on the outskirts of town. Thousands of firefighters from all over the American West are combating the blaze in a massive operation that is as impressive as the fire itself. California is used to wildfires, but the ferocity and the magnitude of recent outbreaks is rattling people. These are megafires. Governor Jerry Brown calls them part of the “New Normal,” as the state is adapting to the consequences of climate change. Our local firefighters are heroes when it comes to battling the flames, but we need a global force to address the root causes of the inferno that will impact all of us. Check the hashtags below to learn how you can engage. Follow me @FransLanting for more stories about a planet under pressure. @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @christineeckstrom #California #wildfire #Climatechange #climatereality #stopclimatechange #leonardodicaprio

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo @hammond_robin for @witness_change. The Ramadan family fled their home in Homs, Syria to Leba

Photo @hammond_robin for @witness_change. The Ramadan family fled their home in Homs, Syria to Lebanon in 2013. 17 people, including 12 children, from four families now share the same house in Beddawi Refugee Camp in the northern Lebanon. Their house in Homs lay between front lines - on one side the Syrian regime on the other The Free Syrian Army: “There was shelling around the clock, everyday, by air, by tanks, troops. Our house got hit but no one was in the room and no one got hurt” says 42 year old Fatima Ramadan. “We got used to going to sleep to the sound of the bombing” says Mustafa Ramadan, 13 years old. “I saw a lot of dead bodies. I saw a lady and a little girl with her daughter on their way to fill water and a nearby castle. They were both shot in the back. I saw it with my own eyes… How can we forget what happened to us. It is always on own mind” he says. One of the mothers told me about the ongoing trauma the children have been left with: “We still have a problem of nightmares, kids peeing their pants, memories of the war. I hear some the children talking to themselves in their sleep about the war, and they wake up crying.” But life in Lebanon is still hard: "We came to Lebanon to escape the misery but we find we are suffering here. Our men cannot find work. We have a problem to keep the peace among the children. They fight amongst each other all the time over the bathroom, they fight over everything. I can see the war very negatively affected the kids, they used to have more fun, those days are over.” #inmyworldis my new campaign designed to expose the challenges faced by people living with mental health issues and give them the chance to be seen, heard and valued. This first phase of the campaign was created in collaboration with @handicap_international as part of Witness Change's work on global mental health. @witness_change is a nonprofit that aims to end human rights violations for marginalized communities through visual storytelling. To see more please follow @OneDayInMyWorld

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natgeo의 미디어: @natgeo photo by @stevewinterphoto
Here is Scarface with his 1st caiman!
WATCH Thursday @ 8pm @natg

@natgeo photo by @stevewinterphoto Here is Scarface with his 1st caiman! WATCH Thursday @ 8pm @natgeowild Big Cat Week show filmed with @bertiegregory. My @natgeo jaguar story is out in the December issue of National Geographic Magazine! Scarface spent 4 days swimming and walking the aisles of his supermarket - the Pantanal rivers! - looking for a caiman dinner! Nature does not let you pick things off the shelves - you need to work very hard for your food! Nature is perfection. It gives us the air we breathe and the water we all need for our life. Jaguars are the 3rd largest of the big cats. Found from US / Mexico border to northern Argentina. Jaguars have rebounded in this area where 95% of the land is privately owned. In the past many ranchers would kill the cats when they ate their cattle. Today in this area tourism brings in much more money to the local economy than cattle ranching. So the jaguar population is increasing. But revenge killings of jaguars happen close to this area and all throughout the jaguars range. Also poaching for skins, bones and teeth is growing for the first time since the 1970’s to feed the demand for Asian Traditional Medicine and luxury items from endangered species. “When the buying stops, the killing can too.” @wildaid We Save Big Cats we can help Save Ourselves. @stevewinterphoto @natgeo @nglive #nglive@natgeochannel @natgeowild @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #bigcatsintiative @africanparksnetwork @bertiegregory @pantanalsafaris

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natgeo의 미디어: Image by @joelsartore | Just in time for the holidays, we’re kicking off the 12 Days of Photo Ark!

Image by @joelsartore | Just in time for the holidays, we’re kicking off the 12 Days of Photo Ark! Today, meet the diademed sifaka, photographed at Lemuria Land in Madagascar. By pushing off from vertical tree trunks with their muscular legs, diademed sifakas are capable of bounding from tree to tree, propelling themselves at up to 18 miles per hour! . To keep up with the rest of the 12 Days of Photo Ark, follow @joelsartore!

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @chamiltonjames / Charlie Hamilton James - Gazielly with a capuchin monkey in the Amazon a

Photo by @chamiltonjames / Charlie Hamilton James - Gazielly with a capuchin monkey in the Amazon a few weeks ago. Please check out our Instagram story today and swipe up for the full story behind this image and other stories of Amazon people and their close relationship with nature.

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @kirstenluce // Captured #withgalaxy Note8, produced with @samsungmobileusa // Grupo Tortu

Photo by @kirstenluce // Captured #withgalaxyNote8, produced with @samsungmobileusa // Grupo Tortuguero Todos Santos is a volunteer group working to protect and conserve the sea turtle populations in Baja California Sur in Mexico. Visitors can come most days at sunset to release a sea turtle hatchling and watch as it makes its way to the ocean. They charge about $3USD (50 MXP) per hatchling and the proceeds go towards their conservation efforts.

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natgeo의 미디어: A caver makes a tight squeeze through a narrow constriction in Close to the Edge cave, British Colu

A caver makes a tight squeeze through a narrow constriction in Close to the Edge cave, British Columbia. Photo by @salvarezphoto Close to the Edge in the Dezaiko Range is famous for its 255 meter entrance drop. I was part of a small expedition that "enlarged" this constriction at the bottom of the entrance shaft and pushed the cave downward to make it the second deepest cave in Canada. Getting through this squeeze is tough. While wedged inside a loose rock came tumbling down the passage and struck me square in the face. See more from this trip in my feed @salvarezphoto #explore

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - In total darkness, this vast cave dwarfs a team of explorers

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - In total darkness, this vast cave dwarfs a team of explorers as they paddle a small inflatable boat along the underground river in Planinska jama, one of the longest river caves in Slovenia. 500 meters (1600ft) from the entrance of the cave is a confluence of two underground rivers: the Pivka River, flowing from the Postojna Polje through Postojna jama (cave), and the Rak River, flowing from Rak Škocjan. This is one of the largest confluences of subterranean rivers in Europe. This portfolio of photographs was shot for @NatGeoAdventure from the famous river caves of Slovenia, birth place of speleology and home to the 'human fish'. With my caving colleagues I visited 8 caves, each one varied and different with its own personality. Words by Andrew Bisharat. @NatGeoCreative

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natgeo의 미디어: Video by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) A group of Afghan refugee girls play in a slum on the outsk

Video by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) A group of Afghan refugee girls play in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan. For more photos of the refugee crisis follow @mmuheisen and @everydayrefugees #everydayrefugees #muhammedmuheisen

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo 
Guadalupe Island lies about 165 miles SW of Ensenada, Mexico a

Photo by Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo Guadalupe Island lies about 165 miles SW of Ensenada, Mexico and not far from the US border. The clear water and plentiful numbers of sharks in the Autumn make it one of the best places in the world to view a Great White Shark underwater. Migration patterns of Great Whites in the Pacific Ocean remain a bit mysterious. A couple hundred individual great Whites are known to visit these waters before swimming mysteriously far offshore in the winter to an area with little feed or sea life known as the White Shark café. More adventures at sea on my personal insta: @arni_coraldo #greatwhite #greatwhiteshark #overunder #whiteshark #shark #natgeo #underwater #potd #guadalupeisland #diving #underwater #photography #mexico

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @TimLaman. Male Costa’s Hummingbird I shot a couple weeks ago in California. Hummingbird

Photo by @TimLaman. Male Costa’s Hummingbird I shot a couple weeks ago in California. Hummingbirds are of course tiny, so I had to be within about two meters of the bird to get this shot, even with a huge lens. But the great thing about them is that they are not afraid of us slow-moving humans. So once I found a perch this male often used, it was just a matter of gradually moving closer with my whole big camera/tripod rig, and waiting for him to come and land again on his “mark”. If you’d like to see more of my new hummingbird images from California please check out my feed @timlaman. #hummingbird Shot at the Sunnylands as part of a project I’m working on to document the birdlife of this sanctuary. #sunnylands #annenberg #birdsofsunnylands #birds #coachellavalley #palmsprings #ranchomirage #desert

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natgeo의 미디어: Photographed on assignment by @ciriljazbec for the current issue of National Geographic Magazine.

Photographed on assignment by @ciriljazbec for the current issue of National Geographic Magazine. The desire to teach their children about computers drew these Samburu women to a classroom in a settlement north of Nairobi. They are learning about tablets—designed to withstand tough use—that connect to the Internet through a satellite and come preloaded with educational programs. Technology now has arrived in isolated regions of Africa primarily in the form of relatively inexpensive cell phones. This photo was also featured by the magazine’s photo editors in the best @natgeo photos of 2017. Follow more @ciriljazbec #tech #revolution #Africa #rising #new #story #education #tablet #technology #samburupeople #brck #Kenya

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo by @FransLanting “The New Normal” When I drove into Santa Barbara yesterday I passed miles of

Photo by @FransLanting “The New Normal” When I drove into Santa Barbara yesterday I passed miles of woodland scorched from an earlier wildfire and now the town is besieged by the latest megafire to hit California. Here’s a scene from last night. Look for the home just visible in the lower left surrounded by an inferno. Firefighters saved it. More than six thousand of them are doing what they can to contain the fire. Governor Jerry Brown called this part of the "New Normal” at a press conference two days ago. The state is getting hotter and drier. Fires now break out at a time when we used to get rain. Everyone is awaiting the winter storms that can give the land and the people a reprieve. But what will next year bring? Follow me @FransLanting for more images and stories of a planet under pressure. @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #California #Wildfire #Climatechange #leonardodicaprio @christineeckstrom

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natgeo의 미디어: Photo @ladzinski / A juvenile green eyed #shag peering into the icy waters of #Antarctica curiously

Photo @ladzinski / A juvenile green eyed #shagpeering into the icy waters of #antarcticacuriously, surveying for predators and whatever else might lie beneath. Entering into the water is a precarious time for young fledglings like this one here, transitioning from land to an environment where it will eventually spend most of its life fishing and exploring. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo @sea_legacy / @paulnicklen @cristinamittermeier @andy_mann @craigwelch @ianvaso @shanemoorefilms @pattersonimages

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