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thephotosociety  The Photo Society—a collective of over 170 National Geographic photographers. Sponsorship inquiries: thephotosocietyig@gmail.com


Photo by @williamalbertallard // Taken in 2015

Café Republique is my place for breakfast when I'm in Paris and lucky enough to get a room at my favorite two-star Hotel Paris France, in the 3rd ARR. I make my place at the café into a studio each morning, deciding where to sit, inside or out, looking at passerby or looking through the windows as I am here, taking in what's going on with reflections of reality. This is one of the large, leading pictures in my new book, Paris: Eye of the Flaneur.
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Photo by @bethjwald / “In the ringing emptiness I pause to hear the hiss of the swift torrent under ice, then turn in a slow circle, absorbing all this mighty weight of rock and snow and sky. A monumental glacier fills the southern blue like a frozen waterfall, but the sun flowing down that wall of ice has not yet touched the canyon rim over my head. I climb on through gray daybreak worlds toward the light.” From “The Snow Leopard” by Peter Matthiessen A year ago today, I also paused in “the ringing emptiness”, of #Dolpo, a remote region northwestern #Nepal, to take this photo of high, scoured ridges and distant peaks, along the same route that Peter Matthiessen trod in 1973, a journey that became the basis for his iconic book, The Snow Leopard. Along with Matthiessen was wildlife biologist George Schaller and last year, Schaller made his first trip back to Dolpo, to re-trace the journey he made in 1973. Accompanying him on this return was Peter Matthiessen’s son, Alex, and Tshiring Lama, a young biologist from Dolpo who is studying the snow leopard in her #mountain homeland. We spent five weeks exploring the surreally beautiful corner of the #Himalaya, looking at changes to communities, wildlife and habitat. In part based on recommendations made by Schaller after the 1973 trip, a large part of Upper Dolpo is now a National Park – Shey Phoksundo National Park. Thanks to National Geographic for a grant that helped support the project. See more photos of our journey on my feed @bethjwald. #thesnowleopard #conservationhero #Himalayan #dolpa #bon #bonpo #dolpopa #Himalaya #nationalgeographic #sheyphoksundonationalpark @natgeo @thephotosociety @bluemarbleproject

Photo by @joepetersburger / @thephotosociety // GEM COUPLE // Common #kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) couple on a moss-covered branch over a stream. Once they couple up, male (at front) starts to dig the nesting hole. You can recognize some mud on his bill due to mining. Female will not take part in this hard work. She need to grow eggs, so she better just perches and watching the process! Taken only about 50 miles from my residency... Travel less, discover your backyard, reduce your ecological footprint! Please #followme at @joepetersburger to keep up-to-date with my images!
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Photo by @camdavidsonphoto // Florida Everglades two days after Hurricane Irma blew through southern Florida. Shot from a Bell Jet Ranger through a tiny rear cabin window. The morning started in Panama City and we flew to Lakeland and refueled. From Lakeland it was a straight shot down to Miami Executive Airport. I then changed ships and headed to the Keys for NatGeo. You can see a bit of my coverage by going to Nationalgeographic.com and typing in "irma" in the search field. You see a headline for aerials of Irma. Click on that for a brief interview and a few images. .
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El Moro, Puerto Rico in calmer and clearer weather. Photo by @salvarezphoto (Stephen Alvarez) This morning hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico with 155 mph winds. It is the strongest storm to hit in the island’s long history. Thoughts and prayers going out to all of my Puerto Rican friends.

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Photo by @RobertClarkphoto // Even the views from the airport are epic in #Honolulu. Shot during a 12 hour delay.........from Honolulu to home. On assignment for nature_org.

Photo @lucianocandisani (Luciano Candisani). Eye to eye. The jaguar was coming from the forest to the river. It was yesterday in Piquiri river, Pantanal. This floodplains in Brazil concentrates a big population of the South America’s biggest cats. I keep on assignment on Northern Pantanal.
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Photo by @anniegriffithsphotography || Wildlife rarely cooperates when we're trying to photograph it, but it's important to stay optimistic. When life gives you elephant butts, make lemonade! #Africa #Tanzania #photography #elephant #wildlife #nature #natgeo #travel

Photo by @pablocorralvega with @francorve & @artesdequito. Like a giant heart, the cloudforest pulsates early in the morning, with the sounds of birds and insects. At this altitude of apx. 2.400ft the clouds are always touching the foothills of the Andes, bringing moisture and cool air. This photo was taken in the #mashpi reserve, part of of the Metropolitan District of Quito, one of the most biodiverse areas in the world. #Quito #Ecuador #Cloudforest #forest #rainforest #fog #biodiversity #heart

Photograph by @andyparkinsonphoto /
Mute swan in a torrential downpour – I can understand why a lot of people will pack up their camera gear when it starts to rain but if you can endure, if you can protect both yourself and your camera gear then working in the rain will immediately add another dimension to your images. Of course it is a little bit miserable and the water will usually find its way up your sleeves or down the back of your neck but I would suggest at least giving it a go at some point. I protect my lenses with a @kevinkeatley_photography waterproof lens and camera cover and as long as my camera is protected then I can usually stick it out for a while. On this occasion I knew that there was some torrential rain forecast, the sort of rain showers that turn the streets into rivers and bring our road network into chaos so I headed out to one of my usual swan sites. This again is an advantage of working locally, and with both familiar and accessible species because I needed to be certain that when the rain came that I would have a good chance of having a subject in front of me. As such the species with which I’ve worked with in heavy rain to date are swans, coots and mallards and whilst this is a very straightforward image and the light is a bit rubbish the image is at least of interest because of the heavy rain fall. So if you can then give it a go. Protect your camera gear properly, get your water proofs on and go and have an explore, you never know what kind of image you might come back with. Please #followme at @andyparkinsonphoto to keep up-to-date with my images @andyparkinsonphoto @natgeo @thephotosociety @kevinkeatley_photography #muteswan #rain #torrentialrain #phototips #ethicsbeforeimages #nature #naturelovers #wildlifephotography #wild_animalsgram #animalonearth #wildlifeaddicts_ #animal_beauty #nature_brilliance #national.animals #exclusive_wildlife

Photo by @FransLanting A great egret is foraging for small fish along the edge of a lagoon in the vast wetlands of Brazil’s Pantanal. The last light of the day illuminates its breeding plumage, but the background is already in deep shade, creating a graphic contrast between bird and place. Follow me @FransLanting for more images of wildlife around the world.

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Photo by @rezaphotography #Iraqi Kurdistan // Since 2013, I have conducted a large-scale photography project about these people - their ability to resist, their hopes and sorrows, and the way they organize the culture and spirituality of their society.A people with an ancient culture, including that of being fighters on horseback, I also discovered their incredibly skilled horsemen whose power is only equalled by their grace.

A horseman at full gallop near the Great Zab River.
Published in the collector book "Kurdistan_Renaissance".Text written by Rachel Deghati. #iraqikurdistan #horse #man #barzan #barzani #molamostafabarzani #KurdistanRenaissance #kurd #lights #movement #kurdistan #picoftheday #igers #mostafabarzani#photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan ##عكاس #رضادقتى @thephotosociety

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