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In this scene captured in Nha Trang, Vietnam, locals gather to socialize, play badminton, and relax.
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NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico after becoming the first people to fly a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. Revisit their mission aboard the space station with these images.
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Nat Geo Photography Aug 3
In an April 2007 story, writer James McBride traveled the world to trace the origins of hip-hop. In this photo, two aspiring rap artists bump fists near their homes in the Bronx, where hip-hop was born in the 1970s.
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David Beard Jul 31
In hundreds, maybe thousands, of dives with sharks, has only had 3-4 moments of worry. The veteran photographer acknowledges he's "very concerned" after the fatal (albeit very rare) great white attack off Maine
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 31
In this photo taken on Scotland's Isle of Skye, basalt formations stand over the Sound of Raasay. The pinnacles are the result of an ancient landslide that created the dramatic landscape captured in this image.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 30
In this scene captured in 2003, a wedding procession weaves through the streets of Baghdad, blasting celebratory music.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 29
In this scene from 2005, people celebrate the arrival of more latrines at a refugee camp in northern Uganda. Improved sanitation at refugee camps is not only crucial to keeping people alive, but also helps to preserve their dignity.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 28
In this scene from our August 1999 issues, a Chipaya woman in Bolivia follows her sheep home through a swirl of sand.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 27
In 1963, a crew working for Jacques-Yves Cousteau lived 36 feet under the Red Sea for a month. This photo was on the cover of our April 1964 issue and features a camera man swimming around Cousteau's "diving saucer."
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 24
In this scene captured in India, men dance to a Bollywood beat at a theme park during monsoon season.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 23
In this photo captured in Botswana's Okavango Delta, a mother and daughter leopard survey their surroundings. The daughter, right, is six months old and gaining confidence, but still touches tails with her mother for reassurance.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 22
In this scene from our July 2001 issue, a boy enjoys the pool after his family moved into their new house in Clovis, California, outside of Fresno.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 21
In this photo taken in Persepolis, Iran, an actress in Islamic dress passes before 2,500-year-old carvings. The earliest ruins of Persepolis date back to the sixth century B.C., when it was the capital of the Persian Empire.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 20
In this scene from our October 1977 issue, men in Budapest, Hungary, use their lunch break to play chess and take a dip in a thermal pool.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 16
In this scene, a grandmother reads fairy tales by Alexander Pushkin to her grandson. Pushkin was a Russian poet in the early 19th century, and is widely considered to be the founding father of modern Russian literature.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 15
In this photo captured in the mid-1950s, a women's water ski team performs a synchronized routine at 23 miles per hour on Dart Lake, New York.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 14
In this scene, traffic lights up the Champs-Élysées on Bastille Day, a French national holiday that commemorates the start of the French Revolution. The Arc de Triomphe stands as a memorial to those who fought in the war.
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 13
To celebrate its 21st year of independence in 1983, Jamaica started a program called Agro 21. Among the increased agricultural output were ornamental plants, like the anthuriums shown here.
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David Beard Jul 10
Like photography? You may like: -A 4-day climb to escape a flooded cave -The creatures that rise from the deep at night -A rainbow in the Rockies -Remote learning in the Outback News for lovers of visual journalism, by
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Nat Geo Photography Jul 10
In this image featured in our November 1938 issue, three Siamese kittens nap on a sofa in Washington, D.C.
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