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Photo by @PaulNicklen / / Based on my years as a biologist, I estimated this bear in Svalbard, Norway to be over 800 pounds. Did you know that a polar bear's stomach can hold an estimated 20% of its body weight? In this case, that would have been 160 pounds of seal meat and blubber. A polar bear generally eats this much only when its energy demands are high. A bear can assimilate 84% of the protein and 97% of the fat it eats. •



#climatechange #climatechangeisreal #polarbear

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Photo by @daviddoubilet An African elephant enjoys the cool waters of Botswana's Okavango Delta. I was surprised when the elephant began to push its tusk in and out of the sandy bottom polishing them until they gleamed. One of our most memorable moments on @natgeo assignment happened in Botswana as we documented the hidden depths of the delta. It was the dry season and wildlife was struggling, walking miles between water and their food source. Many animals died. We watched a group of elephants slowly approach and form a circle around a dead elephant. The matriarch picked up a bone and passed it to the next elephant until all had held it and the last one gently put it back where it came from. We had witnessed a "mourning circle". The experience has stayed with me since. Elephants are extremely intelligent, fiercely dependent on family structure to survive, they experience joy and grief on our level and they are endangered, their numbers plunging uncontrollably throughout Africa from poaching. The recent US Administration's proposal to support trophy hunting in a critically unstable Zimbabwe collides tragically with urgent conservation efforts to keep these magnificent creatures on this planet. // from @natgeo assignment The Miracle Delta. // with @the_explorers_club @thephotosociety @natgeocreative // #elephant #africa #beloved #endangeredspecies #Zimbabwe #Botswana for #moreocean and storytelling follow @DavidDoubilet

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Photo by @melissafarlow | Inside the walls of Lan Su Chinese Garden taking cover from the rain. Entering another world where there is no street noise-just rain creating solitude. Portland’s Classical Chinese garden, enclosed in a full city block, is influenced by classical Suzhou gardens.
@thephotosociety @natgeocreativd #gardens #chinese #portland #oregon

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Photo by @migeophoto // Journal // May 2015 // The line for the David is long. Before we found it, my boyfriend (at the time) and I got into an argument because I was hangry. I spent most of the time in line mad at myself for being mad. After an hour, a large school group decided to cut right in front of us. The museum was closing soon and we feared we wouldn't get in. We unionized with the other international travelers around us and marched to security. This brought us back to center. We cut the school group. Upon entering, my first thought was: He lives up to the hype. Like The Grand Canyon, Paris, and now, this statue. I was in awe. He is a Universal lover. Wanted by all, towering out of reach in suspended animation. Those hands, that vein. I see him stepping off the platform. We circled him twenty times, like the shot of a dramatic Hollywood kiss. "What's your favorite angle?" I asked. We walked directly behind him. I laughed. "Yeah, that is a great butt." "What's yours?" We circled back around. "This one," I said, and took this photograph. // #david #statueofdavid #michelangelo #renaissancesculpture

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Photo by @joepetersburger // HUNT BALLET // What to say more about this frame, than the title? Well, some recorded moments about hunting kingfishers are better look #ballet for me. Just like this one, when a common #kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) emerges with a topmouth #gudgeon (Pseudorasbora parva). Look at those wings and head! Like he was on stage... Especially with such #reflection on the surface. By the way, the bird is not blind. Just third eyelids are still closed in order to protect #cornea at such critical #situation as diving. Please #followme at @joepetersburger to keep up-to-date with my images!
@natgeo @natgeocreative @natgeotravel @natgeofineart @canonusa @canonuk #joepetersburger #instagood #photooftheday #beautiful #capture #moment #earthfocus #canon #simple #natgeo #educateandinspire #Hungary #MyCanon #TeamCanon #adventure #water #discoveryourbackyard #kingfishers #fish #birdstagram #birdphotography

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Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix @tooyoungtowed // Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19 and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” The kidnapping of young girls by Boko Haram, was not uncommon in northern Nigeria, yet it was only when the group abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014 that the world took notice. With the mantra #BringBackOurGirls, the issue exploded on social media. But with little news from the remote region, the public’s interest waned. Nearly four years later it’s now becoming apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage used as a weapon of war -- a practice that has lead to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region.
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of this image by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants.

#tooyoungotwed #printsale #bringbackallourgirls #nigeria #girls #letgirlslearn

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The video shows photographer @lucianocandiani on assignment in a tropical forest in southern Uganda. He is working in a project about ecotourism as a tool for biodiversity conservation while leading photo workshops with @onelapsebr. The image captured by photographer  @ingridbarreirapassos shows the moment a silver back gorilla got close to Luciano’s lens .
@natgeo @ngbrasil @ilcp_photographers @onelapsebr #conservation #conservação #expedition #expedição #Africa #ecologia #fotografia #photography #floresta #tropicalforest  #gorilla #wildlife #lucianocandisani  #animais #gorila #uganda

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Photo by @PaulNicklen / / What is your happy place? For me, it’s being surrounded by top predators in the ocean. I love them for their beauty, intelligence and ability to survive, but more importantly, I love to look into their eyes and know I have been put on this Earth to give them a voice. If we can protect sharks then we can protect entire ecosystems and, in turn, we protect the lungs of the planet that keeps us alive. Here, silky sharks interact with us after a long dive in Cuba's Gardens of the Queen #turningthetide with @sea_legacy With @andy_mann @cristinamittermeier @sam_kretch @aluciaproductions @mdalio and @Iankellett_story

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Photo by @migeophoto // The Azores are a string of small volcanic islands in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. They resemble Hawaii, but they are alive in a witch's brew of weather. Clouds drop in and fly out, commuting across the ocean at high speeds. Wind and rain pop up out of nowhere, and the lush landscape speaks of boundless hydration. Their economy has shifted and evolved from pineapples, to cows, to tourism. With the recent influx of visitors, locals have begun to question how to support the expansion. For Cristina, it is a welcome but worrisome venture. “It’s a little bit scary. I hope we follow the path of nature and sustainable, not mass, tourism. Nature is the most precious thing the islanders have.” Using local wood and other materials, she has crafted beautiful interiors for three small cottages she rents to travelers. Looking out the windows, all you see is a field of wildflowers. // #azores #sustainabletourism #sustainableliving #portugal #azoresislands

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Photo by @joepetersburger // SURROUNDED // Small #fungi surrounded by #honey #fungus (Armillaria) rhizomorphs. This small (just a bit larger than 10mm) group of fungi was found on a honey fungus-infected treetrunk. They were not developed enough to be identified, but just looked so impressive among the rhizomophs. Armillaria is a parasitic fungus and is also known as the "bootlace fungus" because many of the species can spread through soil or under the bark by producing rhizomorphs that resemble bootlaces. These formations are aggregates of thousands of hyphae, with a black "melanised" outer rind, and they have an important role in infection of trees. Only about 20 miles drive and 15 minutes walk from my actual residency in #Hungary... No need to travel far away for fantastic experience. Travel less, discover your backyard, reduce your ecological footprint! Please #followme at @joepetersburger to keep up-to-date with my images!
@natgeo @natgeocreative @natgeotravel @natgeofineart @canonusa @canonuk #joepetersburger #instagood #photooftheday #beautiful #beauty #capture #moment #earthfocus #canon #simple #natgeo #macro #macrophotography #macrophoto #educateandinspire #findbeautyeveryday #Hungary #MyCanon #TeamCanon #adventure #discoveryourbackyard

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Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix // Child marriage survivors Selena, 15, and Modestar, 16, participate in @tooyoungtowed’s Tehani Photo Workshop in partnership with the @samburugirlsfdn. For a LIMITED TIME ONLY you can visit www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE to purchase one of the girls’ prints (as well as one of my own) to support our future workshops, which not only help them gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, but learn tools to manage their trauma, express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. @canonusa #protectgirlsrights #endchildmarriage #tooyoungtowed #printsale #girls #holidaypresentsthatgiveback #samburugirlsfoundation #color #childhood #fun #joy #healing #love #friendship #kenya #canonusa #canoncps

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Photo by @JodiCobbPhoto // Please join me at the @‪Smithsonian American Art Museum‬ in Washington DC ‪on November 13‬ for a retrospective talk about my life and work for @NatGeo over three decades. It’s a journey through 65 countries, lifting a curtain on hidden worlds, showing the realities behind the masks, veils and curtains of cultures worldwide: the lonely lives of Japanese Geisha behind those perfect masks , the women in Africa and China who were scarred and mutilated in the name of beauty, and the horrific and tragic world of human trafficking worldwide. 
Shooting the “Enigma of Beauty” story I gained insights into how and why we change ourselves physically to attain the status and power of beauty.  I photographed the bound feet of Chinese women, the scarification and lip plates in Africa, the neck rings of the Paudang tribe in Thailand, and American girls still in diapers being prepared for beauty contests.
My work also took me into the ugly and clandestine world of human trafficking, where millions of people are exploited daily: bought and sold against their will, held captive, brutalized and exploited for profit.  I wanted to photograph the victims without re-victimizing them, and also show the saviors, the people running shelters and aid organizations. But I needed to portray the perpetrators. It’s hard to look evil in the eye and know that your subject would literally sell you into slavery, given the chance. But I kept in mind why I became a journalist and photographer in the first place: to change the world, even a little, by shining a light into some of its darker corners.
Through my life in photography I’ve seen so much beauty in this world, and also the damage done by the darker instincts of humankind. I’ve also witnessed the incredible power of photographs. They stop the world. They freeze the frame and command you to look—and think. They make abstract issues real, have faces and hearts. They can change your minds and your actions. They can make YOU change the world. And I hope you will!

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Photo by @rubensalgadoescudero //
Lamu Island is a part of the Lamu Archipelago of Kenya. Lamu Old Town, the principal inhabited part of the island, is one of the oldest and best-preserved Swahili settlements in East Africa. Built in coral stone and mangrove timber, the town is characterized by the simplicity of structural forms enriched by such features as inner courtyards, verandas, and elaborately carved wooden doors. Lamu has hosted major Muslim religious festivals since the 19th century, and has become a significant center for the study of Islamic and Swahili cultures.
#photography #documentary #storytelling #photooftheday #portrait #travel #picoftheday #everydaymexico #art #dailylife #500px #instagram #visualsoflife #portrait #natgeo #rubensalgadoescudero #nationalgeographic #kenya #lamu #island #africa

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Photo by: @renaeffendiphoto // Autumn colors in the Maramures region of Romania. Known for its pastoral and agricultural traditions, this region has been largely spared from the collectivization campaign of the Ceausescu’s era. For more stories follow: @renaeffendiphoto #tradition #agriculture #nature #romania #autumn #colors #november

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Planting Rice, Madagascar – Photo by Kevin Schafer – @schaferpho @natgeo // Although I am primarily a wildlife photographer, I cannot resist the human faces I often encounter during my work around the world. On this day, driving along a rough country road in Madagascar, I came upon a family planting rice in a muddy ditch alongside the road. Rice is such an integral part of the Malagasy diet that it is grown virtually anywhere there is available water. Splashed with mud, and working hard, this youngster took a moment to generously give me the gift of a warm, spontaneous smile. It was one of the nicest moments of that entire expedition, for which I will always be grateful. #malagasy #peopleofmadagascar #facesofinstagram

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Photograph by @andyparkinsonphoto // Brown hare with a walking stick - During the winter of 2011-2012 we had an unusually harsh winter in Derbyshire which carpeted the ground with snow for weeks on end, even down to the lowest altitudes. During this prolonged cold snap I spent six weeks, working every day, with these brown hares as I knew that it was an opportunity that, with our warming climate and generally wetter winters, might never present itself again. The blizzard that I and the hares found ourselves in that afternoon was ferocious, the biting wind gusting up to 65mph and my face was been relentlessly whipped by the icy, windblown snow. Unsurprisingly my first instinct was to seek shelter and I assumed correctly that this would also be the natural instinct of the hares. A nearby woodland seemed the logical place in whose margins to shelter and so I tucked myself away, concealed among the spindrift. It only felt like a matter of moments before distant shapes started to appear out of the gloom as it appeared that the hares, en masse, were starting to head for the same protection. This particular hare, upon reaching the shelter of the wooded margins decided to stop and have a wash, right in front of where I lay. Afterwards, as it shook the snow from its paws I fired a burst of frames, catching one image where the hare looks like it is waving, and this one where it looks like its leaning on a walking stick. There was only one stick protruding from the snow anywhere near this hare and by extremely good fortune it ended up right under its paw, an image that began with hard work and a bit of logic but one that would never have come to fruition without good, old-fashioned luck. Because of the walking stick and the hares slightly huddled, snow covered appearance this image is known affectionately as ‘old man hare’. Please #followme at @andyparkinsonphoto to keep up-to-date with my images and thank you for all of your support so far @natgeo @thephotosociety @andyparkinsonphoto #brownhare #derbyshire #itsallabouttheluck #luck #winter #UK #nature #naturelovers #wildlife #wildlifephotography #wild_animalsgram #animalonearth #wildlifeaddicts_ #animal_

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Photo by @jimmy_chin
@kalenthorien scoping the wild Athabasca Glacier, one of the toes of the Columbia Icefield. One of the more popular glaciers in North America, the Athabasca is receding at a rate of 5 meters per year.

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Photo by Ira Block @irablockphoto //
Night falls on Park Güell in Barcelona, Spain. The park was designed by the famous Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí, and opened to the public in 1926. In 1984 the park was declared an UNESCO World Heritage site. Gaudí lived in a house in the park until his untimely death in 1926 when he was struck by a street car. @natgeo @natgeocreative.
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Photograph by @paulnicklen // It is rare that I have to desaturate a sky so I don’t get accused of over-cranking the colors. As I was photographing half and half splits in the Gardens of the Queen, Cuba, the guides started calling us back to the boat as a huge thunderhead was beginning to sweep over us. I quickly grabbed this shot and made my way back to the boat in time to be heavily pelted by hail pellets. Lighting flashed all around us and it was a marvelous moment in nature. #followme on @paulnicklen to see more.

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Photo by @ljohnphoto for @rippleeffectimages || Over 3 billion people around the world use solid fuels for heating, lighting, and cooking. The health toll of their constant exposure to toxic smoke is immense - over 4 million die from Household Air Pollution each year. #photography #light #smoke #nicaragua #health #HAP #pollution

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Photo by @migeophoto // Walking by the port, I saw this dog swimming in circles and then diving down to the inlet floor. After snapping a few photos, his owner walked up to me and told this surprising story: Bodie is a border collie that has lived on a sailboat for over a year. His owners decided to travel the world, but they knew Bodie would need constant exercise during the trip. Border collies are extremely active and, instead of playing fetch and running, they taught him to dive for a small piece of rope. At that point, I noticed the hint of yellow in the darkness below and understood why Bodie looked a little frustrated. “This area is deeper than I thought,” his owner said. // #azores #azoresislands #portugal #waterdog #bordercollie #worldtraveler #sailing

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Photo by @joepetersburger / @thephotosociety // WHIRLPOOL // Fallen #leaves circulate in a stream in the fabulous valley at Obanya village of #Mecsek Mountains. This frame shows something what cannot be seen with naked eye. Anyone could recognize the rotating leaves, but not in this way, how camera can capture. I loved the scene how #water captivated the leaves and did not let them go. I used my tripod and #5 seconds long exposure to draw the way of the flow. Only about 20 miles drive and 15 minutes walk from my actual residency... No need to travel far away for fantastic experience. Travel less, reduce your ecological footprint! Please #followme at @joepetersburger to keep up-to-date with my images!
@natgeo @natgeocreative @natgeotravel @natgeofineart @canonusa @canonuk #joepetersburger #photooftheday #beautiful #capture #moment #earthfocus #canon #simple #natgeo #motion #autumn #educateandinspire #findbeautyeveryday #Hungary #MyCanon #TeamCanon #adventure

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Photo by: @renaeffendiphoto // Family on a Sunday picnic in Parque Lenin (Lenin's Park) a popular weekend destination at the south side of Havana. I explored the city and its many barrios portrayed in the books of a Cuban detective genre novelist Leonardo Padura. For more human interest stories follow: @renaeffendiphoto @thephotosociety @natgeo @natgeocreative #cuba #havana #leisure #family #chilling

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Photo by @TimLaman. Anna’s Humminbird visiting flowers of Hesperaloe. How to get a shot like this? Find the right flower, the right light, the right background, and wait for the hummingbird to come back… then she’ll likely be in the right spot for a small fraction of a second so don’t miss it. It takes scouting and time and usually coming back to the same spot over a few days, but to me, a shot of a bird in the wild with natural light is what I find most satisfying. #TL_WildlifePhotoTips. Shot at Sunnylands as part of a project I’m working on this year over multiple visits documenting the bird life of this sanctuary in Rancho Mirage, Calif. Learn more about @Sunnylands and how you can visit at their website www.sunnylands.org. #sunnylands #annenberg #birdsofsunnylands #birds #coachellavalley #palmsprings #ranchomirage #desert

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Photo by @JodiCobbPhoto // Please join me at the @‪Smithsonian American Art Museum‬ in Washington DC ‪on November 13‬ for a retrospective talk about my life and work for @NatGeo over three decades. It’s a journey through 65 countries, lifting a curtain on hidden worlds, showing the realities behind the masks, veils and curtains of cultures worldwide: the lonely lives of Japanese Geisha behind those perfect masks , the women in Africa and China who were scarred and mutilated in the name of beauty, and the horrific and tragic world of human trafficking worldwide. 
Shooting the “Enigma of Beauty” story I gained insights into how and why we change ourselves physically to attain the status and power of beauty.  I photographed the bound feet of Chinese women, the scarification and lip plates in Africa, the neck rings of the Paudang tribe in Thailand, and American girls still in diapers being prepared for beauty contests.
My work also took me into the ugly and clandestine world of human trafficking, where millions of people are exploited daily: bought and sold against their will, held captive, brutalized and exploited for profit.  I wanted to photograph the victims without re-victimizing them, and also show the saviors, the people running shelters and aid organizations. But I needed to portray the perpetrators. It’s hard to look evil in the eye and know that your subject would literally sell you into slavery, given the chance. But I kept in mind why I became a journalist and photographer in the first place: to change the world, even a little, by shining a light into some of its darker corners.
Through my life in photography I’ve seen so much beauty in this world, and also the damage done by the darker instincts of humankind. I’ve also witnessed the incredible power of photographs. They stop the world. They freeze the frame and command you to look—and think. They make abstract issues real, have faces and hearts. They can change your minds and your actions. They can make YOU change the world. And I hope you will!

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Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix // Fifteen-year-old child marriage survivors Anita and Rosilla participate in @tooyoungtowed’s Tehani Photo Workshop — named after an 8-year-old Yemeni bride — in partnership with the Samburu Girls Foundation. The five-day workshop brought together 18 brave girls to not only help them gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, but learn tools to manage their trauma, express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants.
“When I was ten, my father married me off,” Anita said. “When the morning came, I was circumcised. The following morning, I was taken to the man. He beat me when I was not fully healed. I would like to say to the parents they should educate all the children. They should not discriminate between a boy and girl because boys and girls are equal.” For a LIMITED TIME ONLY you can visit www.tooyoungtowed.org/printsale to purchase one of the girls’ prints (as well as one of my own) to support our future workshops.
Their photographs are currently on display at the World Press Photo exhibition at the DuPont Underground in Washington D.C. With generous support from @canonusa. #protectgirlsrights #endchildmarriage #tooyoungotwed #printsale #CanonUSA #CanonCPS

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Photo by @rubensalgadoescudero // A man stands next to the grave of a family member during ‘Dia de los Muertos’ (Day of the dead) ceremonies in the village of Aztompa, Oaxaca Mexico. This multi-day holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey. In 2008, the tradition was inscribed in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

The Mexican Day of the Dead celebration is similar to other societies' observances of a time to honor the dead.

#photography #documentary #storytelling #photooftheday #portrait #travel #picoftheday #everydaymexico #art #dailylife #500px #instagram #visualsoflife #portrait #muertos #halloween #cemetery #panteon #graveyard_dead #oaxaca #mexican #mexico #traditional #natgeo #rubensalgadoescudero #nationalgeographic

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Photos by @FransLanting // I am pleased to announce the publication of our new book, “Into Africa." The result of many journeys across the continent over the past three decades, it captures the wonders of wild Africa—and shows what is at stake in the twenty-first century. The trade edition of the book is published in English, German, and Dutch editions, and is now available in stores and online. We have also produced a luxurious Collector’s Edition of INTO AFRICA. This oversize version of the book is limited to 250 numbered and signed copies and is available only from the Frans Lanting Studio. Check www.lanting.com for details or write us at gallery@Lanting.com to order your copy now. Swipe to see some of the images featured in the book. Please, follow me @FransLanting for more images from "Into Africa."
@natgeocreative #Africa #Safari #Wildlifephotography #Nature #Gift #Wonder #Beauty

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Video by @TimLaman. A Rhinoceros Hornbill tosses a fig in her beak and then back into her throat, high in a tree in the rain forest of Thailand. Shot on assignment for @NatGeo for my upcoming story on #Hornbills. For a large bird like a hornbill, their long beak serves like an arm, allowing them to reach fruits at the ends of branches that are too small for them to perch on. See more new hornbill photos by following me @TimLaman. #Hornbills, #Thailand, #rainforest, @natgeocreative, @thephotosociety.

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Photograph by @andyparkinsonphoto // Badger scratching – I’m really pleased to announce that this image of a badger having a good old scratch has won the Animal Behaviour category in this years’ British Wildlife Photography Awards. I’ve been privileged over the last 7 years to have enjoyed continued success in this competition and this is my third category win as I previously won the Animal Behaviour category back in 2011 with my image of a grey heron which looked like it was walking on water. All told I’ve been incredibly fortunate in this competition to have won 26 individual awards featuring some 35 images which, given that I’ve been working full time on various house renovations for the last 5 years isn’t too bad! It will come as a surprise to no-one that this image was taken just a few miles from my Derbyshire home and it again reflects the merits of working over long time periods with local species, something that I know that I bang on about ad nauseum! Whilst the badger image was my only category win I was fortunate to have another images awarded in this years’ competition and so I’ll be looking to share these with you over the coming days. The encounter itself was especially memorable as it is rare that I see the badgers engaging in this kind of natural behaviour whilst out in the open and it’s always nice when wild animals turn their backs. If nothing else it either shows that they trust you completely or, as in this case, they have absolutely no idea that I was even there at all. This is what I believe gives the image its quiet, observational feel, an impression of an animal that is simply going about its life completely unaware that a strange, camouflaged numpty is lurking in the bushes nearby. Please #followme at @andyparkinsonphoto to keep up-to-date with my images @andyparkinsonphoto @natgeo @thephotosociety #badger #ethicsbeforeimages #phototips #educateandinspire #nature #naturelovers #wildlifephotography #wild_animalsgram #animalonearth #wildlifeaddicts_ #animal_beauty #nature_brilliance #national.animals #exclusive_wildlife #majestic_wildlife_

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