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Photo and words by @BrianSkerry. A spinner dolphin calf – seen in the foreground – with a plastic…

1 giorno ago Redazione Commenti disabilitati su Photo and words by @BrianSkerry. A spinner dolphin calf – seen in the foreground – with a plastic…
Photo and words by @BrianSkerry. A spinner dolphin calf – seen in the foreground – with a plastic bag encircling its head swims with her mother in the waters off Oahu, Hawaii. While working on a story about dolphins for @natgeo, I saw this mother dolphin playing with a plastic bag. Dolphins often pick up Read More

Photos by @CarltonWard >>> My first grant from the National Geographic Society was for the first…

1 giorno ago Redazione Commenti disabilitati su Photos by @CarltonWard >>> My first grant from the National Geographic Society was for the first…
Photos by @CarltonWard >>> My first grant from the National Geographic Society was for the first Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition (2012). Starting in Everglades National Park at the southern tip of the Florida peninsula, our team paddled, hiked and biked 1,000+ miles in 100 consecutive days, tracing the last remaining wildlife corridor still connecting the Read More

Video by @renan_ozturk Summit of The North Shooter tower in #bearsearsnationalmonument last night…

2 giorni ago Redazione Commenti disabilitati su Video by @renan_ozturk Summit of The North Shooter tower in #bearsearsnationalmonument last night…
Video by @renan_ozturk Summit of The North Shooter tower in #bearsearsnationalmonument last night captured from an ultralight trike aircraft. It was such a honor to climb the tower with Matt Redd whose family has run the cattle ranch on this land for generations and to hear the cowboy perspective on the conservation of this space. Read More

Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The…

2 giorni ago Redazione Commenti disabilitati su Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The…
Photo by @edkashi The ancient Maras Salt Ponds in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 1999. The structures are essentially fed by one subterranean stream. The water runs into these shallow pools, evaporating to leave a thin crust of salt. In March of this year, LiveScience reported that a group of researchers at the Planetary Read More

Photo by @williamalbertallard // Mississippi, 1968 In 1968 I was assigned to photograph the “Poor…

2 giorni ago Redazione Commenti disabilitati su Photo by @williamalbertallard // Mississippi, 1968 In 1968 I was assigned to photograph the “Poor…
Photo by @williamalbertallard // Mississippi, 1968 In 1968 I was assigned to photograph the “Poor Peoples March” that was to start in the Deep South and end up in Washington DC. A reporter and I went to a gathering of African Americans in the area of Crenshaw, Mississippi who were supposed to leave for Washington Read More