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Dar oare cine administrează contul National Geographic pe Instagram? Nu e un editor sau un social media manager. Sunt 110 de fotojurnaliști. Fiecare din ei are parola contului. Încearcă să lase cam o oră între pozele publicate. Își aleg poze din proiecte, viață, călătorii și orice altceva vor să includă.
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Photo by @amivitale. I’m so privileged to be here to witness this historic moment in Kenya as Kenya Wildlife Service, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and The Northern Rangelands Trust begin to move endangered black rhinos to the newly established sanctuary at Sera Community Conservancy. This groundbreaking move will not only have the rhino living in this area for the first time in decades — it will also make this community the first in Kenya to be directly responsible for the management and protection of this critically endangered species. @nrt_kenya, @lewa_wildlife @kenyawildlifeservice #savetherhinos #natureisspeaking #rhinos #nature #wild #wildlife #conservation #animals #endangered #endangeredspecies #naturelovers #lewa #lewawildlifeconservancy #Kenya #magicalkenya #Africa #conservation #animals #NikonNoFilter #nikon #nikonambassador #amivitale #photojournalism #onassignment @nature_africa @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @nikonusa
Photograph by @paulnicklen // Narwhals jockey for position and gently cross tusks as they push for a breath of air . They are diving under the sea ice in an attempt to access the thick schools of polar cod. Soon after taking this image, I slipped into the water and was caught in the middle of two courting male narwhals. One narwhal never realized that I was there and started to rub my neoprene clad head with its tusk. To see this underwater image please follow me on @paulnicklen . I am comfortable in saying that I am the only person on the planet who has found themselves in this position. @seal_legacy #unicorns #unicornsofthesea #narwhals #climatechange
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Photo @andy_bardon /// Tahitian pearl farmer Laurent Boullay cuts a bouy loose and heads to the surface with 3 baskets full of pearl oysters. These oysters have matured for nearly two years and the beautiful black pearls they’ve created are ready to be removed so they can be brought to the market. A deep breath and calm nerves are required to work underwater without supplemental oxygen /// Shot on the @kamokapearl farm in the French Polynesia w support from @natgeo @waittinstitute @natgeocreative @joshhumbert