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endlessme:

Canadian Rockies, Alberta.
National Geographic - April, 1962
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endlessme:

Canadian Rockies, Alberta.

National Geographic - April, 1962

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natgeofound:

A woman on a farmer’s shoulder emphasizes a corn crop’s height in Minnesota, 1916.Photograph by A. W. Thompson, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A woman on a farmer’s shoulder emphasizes a corn crop’s height in Minnesota, 1916.Photograph by A. W. Thompson, National Geographic

Tagged with:  #national geographic  #Corn
natgeofound:

Children of coal miners play near a fire-prone wooden house in Siberia, September 1988.Photograph by Steve Raymer, National Geographic

natgeofound:

Children of coal miners play near a fire-prone wooden house in Siberia, September 1988.Photograph by Steve Raymer, National Geographic

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Tagged with:  #SIberia  #national geographic
natgeofound:

A farmer buring the hoof of a horse before shoeing it in Scotland, May 1921.Photograph by William Reid, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A farmer buring the hoof of a horse before shoeing it in Scotland, May 1921.Photograph by William Reid, National Geographic

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hrtbps:

"Anne and her family lived alone on an island.  She enjoyed having tea time with her friends the spiny lobster and baby hawk." - National Geographic August 1938

hrtbps:

"Anne and her family lived alone on an island.  She enjoyed having tea time with her friends the spiny lobster and baby hawk." - National Geographic August 1938

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Tagged with:  #national geographic
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rocknrollisdead:

indodla:

Echo Lake
National Geographic
February 1974

Holding on for life

You’ve been here before. You know the way.

rulesofearth:

rocknrollisdead:

indodla:

Echo Lake

National Geographic

February 1974

Holding on for life

You’ve been here before. You know the way.

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Tagged with:  #Echo Lake  #national geographic
Scotch Pines, Norway
Photograph by Orsolya Haarberg
Still water and the setting sun create a painterly backdrop for a stand of Scotch pines on the island of Sula—one of the many ice-scraped, sea-sculpted, barely peopled places that together create Norway’s sublime shore.

Scotch Pines, Norway

Photograph by Orsolya Haarberg

Still water and the setting sun create a painterly backdrop for a stand of Scotch pines on the island of Sula—one of the many ice-scraped, sea-sculpted, barely peopled places that together create Norway’s sublime shore.

Leopard, Okavango Delta
Photograph by Beverly Joubert
A leopard sits in an ancient baobab tree in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, a seasonal oasis for wild things above and below the water’s surface.

Leopard, Okavango Delta

Photograph by Beverly Joubert

A leopard sits in an ancient baobab tree in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, a seasonal oasis for wild things above and below the water’s surface.

Swans, Slovakia
Photograph by Norbert Nemes, 
Swans and ducks, Piešťany, Slovakia
What Makes This a Photo of the Day? I love the slightly off-kilter composition here, with the cluster of birds near the bottom of the frame. This gives a sense of movement and allows the eye to take in the peripheral elements—the ripples of the water and the sprinkling of ducks. —Alexa Keefe, Photo of the Day editor

Swans, Slovakia

Photograph by Norbert Nemes

Swans and ducks, Piešťany, Slovakia

What Makes This a Photo of the Day? I love the slightly off-kilter composition here, with the cluster of birds near the bottom of the frame. This gives a sense of movement and allows the eye to take in the peripheral elements—the ripples of the water and the sprinkling of ducks. —Alexa Keefe, Photo of the Day editor

natgeofound:

A woman in a yellow dress uses an umbrella to keep dry in Saint Louis, Missouri, November 1965.Photograph by Bruce Dale, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A woman in a yellow dress uses an umbrella to keep dry in Saint Louis, Missouri, November 1965.
Photograph by Bruce Dale, National Geographic