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Nat Geo Photography May 16
“During the winter, this paddy field is filled with water and swans gathered for sleeping,” writes Masahiro Hiroike. “In the morning, the swans fly towards the feed station.”
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Nat Geo Photography May 20
“This location is situated in Apuseni, a mountain range in Romania,” writes Alex Robciuc. “It has some nice and unique elements: scattered old abandoned sheppard’s huts, small clumps of birch trees, and gently rolling hills.”
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Qua Tan Nguyen captured this image of a fisherman checking his net while fishing on the Thu Bon River. The river is located near Hoi An, a city in Vietnam whose name translates to “peaceful meeting place.”
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Nat Geo Photography May 18
Thomas Gaitley went diving in Chuuk Lagoon, an underwater ecosystem located off the coast of the north-east of New Guinea, to capture this colorful moment of an anemone and anemonefish.
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Sh00tYourLife Apr 29
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Nat Geo Photography May 17
"I took this picture on a very cold day," writes Agnieszka Smycz. "Frost was covering everything including people faces."
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sanghmitra mishra 38m
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mitesh Patel Mar 13
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Tian yu May 23
More photos with my new camera just trying it out.
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NAvin AHmed Apr 16
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Martin Froger May 11
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AutumnSky May 1
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OMAR SHINEZ™ May 2
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Vinh Tran Apr 25
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Vinh Tran May 13
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Ateeq 2h
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Fabián Condía 11h
© Fabián Condía If the doors of perception were cleansed, every thing would appear to man as it is: infinite. William Blake
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Rob Salem May 24
I've always been a little creeped out by spiders, but I'm also fascinated by them. And of course, they make for great photos.
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Martin Froger May 24
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Nat Geo Photography May 21
“It was a joy and pleasure to watch those two old friends playing a game,” writes Michael Witkowski. “The mood was incredible as all the street lights were off to save electricity; it was an hour for an Earth event.”
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