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2017-10-16 10:30:19

#Ашхабад вызывает искреннее восхищение и восторг у тех, кому посчастливилось там побывать. А вы знали, что его название переводится как "любимый город"? // #Ashgabat causes sincere admiration and delight from those who were lucky to visit the city. Did you know that its name translates as "favorite city"? #города #мкс #космос #space #iss #fromabove #natgeo

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2017-10-17 02:08:42

A evening BATH.... #magnumphotos #natgeo #natgeoyourshot #streetphoto_greatshots

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2017-10-16 06:33:44

Photo by Corey Arnold @arni_coraldo Seasonal resident/workers of Yosemite National Park take an afternoon break across the valley from Half Dome. #yosemitenationalpark #landscape #potd #natgeo #coreyarnold #npmillenials #findyourpark #yosemite #halfdome #adventure

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2017-10-17 02:08:51

The enchanting lanterns around the streets of Hoi Na ancient town. 🏮😍

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2017-10-16 23:16:15

S U Ð U R N E S - Photographic workshop! It’s with great pleasure that I announce the SUÐURNES photographic workshop with my good friend @benjaminhardman . There are two available time-slots for this special adventure; the 30th and 31st of October respectively. To take it to another level, We’ve have teamed up with the legends from @kexhostel and @inspiredbyiceland to bring you some of the best Iceland has to offer. KEX will be taking excellent care of us and provide special access to that incredible Iceland Airwaves vibe - while Inspired by Iceland will co-host the influencer section of the workshop and talk about what it means to be an impactful and responsible travel influencer. We’ve packed an intense and fast paced itinerary together - aimed at supercharging your photography skills and making sure you capture the best possible photos during your Iceland adventure. We are going to head out to the secret volcanic highlands of Reykjanes and show you what it means to explore like a local. There is an extremely limited number of seats for this workshop so act fast to secure your spot. See link in bio for full workshop brief.  #iceland

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2017-10-17 02:09:48

Colobus monkeys are able to digest toxic plants that other monkeys cannot using a process called bacterial fermentation!! 🐒🐵🌱🌿 • • • • • #animal #cute #nature #wildlife #love #beautiful #zoo #petsofinstagram #animalplanet #animallover #stlzooday #forest #wildlife #instagood #smile #natgeo #naturelover #wildanimals #outdoors #wildernessculture #adventure #peace #exotic #monkey #primate #madagascar #endangered #lemur #colobus #monkeys

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2017-10-16 22:21:20

Courtesy of @brianmcw Admins: @takemyhearteverywhere ✤ Boston, USA 🇺🇸 Tag your best travel photos with #travellingthroughtheworld

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2017-10-16 19:52:08

Tebrikler 👉👉👉 @malik_kaya

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2017-10-16 21:30:55

Image by @joelsartore | The Pallas Long-tongued bat from @HoustonZoo is the star of this #pollinatormonday and can be found from Northern Mexico all the way to Paraguay and Argentina. This little bat is thought to have the fastest metabolism of all mammals, similar to that of the hummingbird. In a single day, this bat can use up to 50% of its stored fat! The Pallas long-tongued bat earned its name for one reason: it has a specially evolved tongue that makes collecting nectar a breeze. When the bat extends its tongue, blood rushes into the area and expands special hair-like barbs on the bat's tongue, causing these barbs to stand upright. The barbs function like a mop and allow the bat to pull a great amount of nectar into its mouth in a very short amount of time, making it a highly efficient snacker. Indeed, it lives almost entirely off of nectar and pollen but is known to eat pieces of fruit and insects as well. Its quest for nectar results in the transport of a great amount of pollen from one flower to the next on its fur and snout, allowing it to pollinate as many as 34 different species of fruits and flowers. Many plant species also rely on this bat for seed dispersal when they pass through the droppings, allowing reseeding that's automatically fertilized in the process. . . #bats #bat #pollinatorhero #pollinator #nature #conservation #biodiversity #animalfacts #wildlife #wildlifephotography #natgeo #savetogether #photoark

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2017-10-16 19:29:32

It’s just a matter of time until returning to iceland 🇮🇸 can’t wait to explore one of my favorite countries again with a great crew! 11 days to go 😍 (Werbung) w/ @paul_hewitt #paulhewitt #getanchored

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2017-10-16 19:17:30

Heading back to NYC now. I had a great time roaming New England. Super excited to start editing all this new content!

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2017-10-16 19:56:57

[ #BecauseOfHer ] Hanging Out | Photograph by Darryl MacDonald (@clearbluephoto) . “In my late 30’s, my wife convinced me to put aside my career as a firefighter/medic and return my original aspirations as a professional photographer. Given my interest in non-traditional photography, the transition has been difficult to say the least. I’ve been tempted to give up a number of times, and my wife refused and helped me push forward,” writes Your Shot photographer Darryl MacDonald. “I now work full-time as a photographer. This is one of the many images taken around the globe of my wife patiently waiting for me during an assignment.” — “I love it Darryl. I hope you have repeatedly thanked your wife for encouraging you to pursue your original aspirations to be a photographer. Look again at your photo: you are underwater swimming with fishes and a shark — which is so different from your other career as a firefighter/medic. And what I really love is how your photos reveal she also shares your new adventures as a photographer…” — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee (@davidylee). . This photo was submitted to our “Because of Her” assignment, curated by @natgeo photographer Amy Toensing (@amytoensing) and David Y. Lee. To share your photo and story of inspiring women in your life, go to the link in our profile. #YourShotPhotographer

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