Photo by @pedromcbride // The Ganges River flows 1500 miles from the manicured, terraced hills of the Himalaya across northern India to the Bay of Bengal and supplies life to 500 million people. Over the last two years, I’ve followed this sacred body of water in an effort to document its magic and growing pollution challenges for a documentary “Holy (un)Holy River” produced with @MountainWorld and coming out soon. To see more of this landscape follow @pedromcbride. #chasingrivers #ganga #gangas2s #india #aerial #himalaya #ganges #petemcbride
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Photo by @mattiasklumofficial. A river silted with sulfite wanders across the volcanic landscape of Landmannalaugar, Iceland. Please go to @mattiasklumofficial to see more of my work from this magical place! More than 80 percent of Iceland’s energy is derived from hydro and geothermal sources, making it the cleanest energy consumer in the world. While no country has achieved a truly sustainable society, Iceland is one of the closest to getting there. When I took this photograph I worked with the craziest heli pilot ever…. I have many favourite places.. Iceland is definitely one of them. #iceland #photographer #landmannalaugar #clean #instagood #photooftheday #energy #sdg @mattiasklumofficial @thephotosociety @natgeocreative @natgeo @bigworldsmallplanet
@stevewinterphoto @natgeoSome might call this cute and I do not disagree, but I see emotion. the kind of emotion that we as humans feel. Our animal family is so much like us - they find mates, they have kids, they have to feed themselves and their families, they feed themselves and their families in the same way we as humans used to! If we can find a way to believe they think, feel and have emotions,maybe we can treat them better and find a way to ensure their future on this planet. We do not treat our own human brothers and sisters very well sometimes. Remember just as an example of the importance of their homes - the forests. 50% of our oxygen comes from forest - the other 50% from the oceans.75% of fresh water comes from forests. So we save their homes - we help save ourselves.This was shot for my upcoming @natgeo Leopard story in the Dec 2015 issue of National Geographic Magazine. One cub is nursing, the other snugging with mom.#follow me @stevewinterphoto to see other images, thanks!@natgeo @thephotosociety @ngcreative#ivoryfree #wildaid #bigcatsforever #beauty #me #follow #love #leopards#photooftheday #5forbigcats @eiainvestigator #rhinoswithoutborders #cute
Photograph by @paulnicklen // After spending weeks of camping on the sea ice, I finally took off in my ultralight airplane with my friend and ace pilot, Brian Knutsen. We expected to see a few Narwhals from the air but never did I expect to find a large group of male Narwhal surrounded by the most stunning pattern and shape in the sea ice. To see my favorite image of Narwhals ever taken underwater, please #follow me on @paulnicklen. There really are unicorns out there in the wild. The spiral, ivory tusks just so happens to be on a beautiful and very real whale rather than a mythological creature. With @sea_legacy #unicornsofthesea #unicorn #narwhal #whale #nature #gratitude #chasingthedream
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@natgeo photograph by @nickcobbing | An iceberg surrounded by drifting floes of thin sea ice, photographed during a recent expedition to the edge of the Arctic Ocean sea ice, north of Svalbard. In the background is our ship, the Lance, waiting patiently for us to land our tiny helicopter on its deck. Two types of ice underpin the Arctic system: One made on land from compressed snow, the other made from frozen ocean water, this photographs contains a glimpse of both. The story I made from Lance about the sea ice in winter, is being finalised and will appear in National Geographic magazine early next year.