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Photos by @MichaelGeorge These bucolic scenes from the Camino de Santiago remind me of stills from a Studio Ghibli film. Though the Camino is currently on pause, like much of the travel world, there is still plenty of online chatter in forums where pilgrims…
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Photos by @MichaelGeorge These bucolic scenes from the Camino de Santiago remind me of stills from a Studio Ghibli film. Though the Camino is currently on pause, like much of the travel world, there is still plenty of online chatter in forums where pilgrims prepare for their future journeys. These images were taken near Ponferrada, Spain, and in the starting town of Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France. One of the beauties of the Camino is you’re often walking at dawn, when fog rolls in and coats the morning with a little magic. For more photos and writing from my travels, follow along @MichaelGeorge #camino #caminodesantiago #saintjeanpieddeport #caminofrances #walkingtheway

Photo by @KristaRossow Last summer while visiting Germany, I struck out on a hike to visit the Kings House on Schachen, one of King Ludwig II of Bavarias commissions. It can only be reached by a multihour hike. The day was a perfect blend of two of my passions:…
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Photo by @KristaRossow Last summer while visiting Germany, I struck out on a hike to visit the King's House on Schachen, one of King Ludwig II of Bavaria's commissions. It can only be reached by a multihour hike. The day was a perfect blend of two of my passions: being outdoors and exploring museums. I arrived just in time for one of the few daily tours at the Schachen house. To see more images from Germany, follow me @KristaRossow #Germany #Bavaria

Photos by @michaelclarkphoto  Savannah Cummins climbs Anunnaki (5.11+) at the Optimator Wall in Indian Creek, Utah. Sometimes travel is not just about seeing a new place but also about challenging yourself. #utah #rockclimbing #indiancreek
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Photos by @michaelclarkphoto Savannah Cummins climbs Anunnaki (5.11+) at the Optimator Wall in Indian Creek, Utah. Sometimes travel is not just about seeing a new place but also about challenging yourself. #utah #rockclimbing #indiancreek

Photo by @amivitale Brothers watch the sunset on the Danube Delta in Romania. They were part of a family I met on the Black Sea who were there for the first time on a holiday. They were dressed as matching frogs. I had the privilege of traveling the length…
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Photo by @amivitale Brothers watch the sunset on the Danube Delta in Romania. They were part of a family I met on the Black Sea who were there for the first time on a holiday. They were dressed as matching frogs. I had the privilege of traveling the length of the Danube River as part of Danube Revisited: The Inge Morath Truck Project. In July 2014, eight of us set out to follow Morath’s path along the Danube. The photographers, each winners of Magnum’s Inge Morath Award, converted a truck into a mobile gallery space that we used to exhibit Morath’s work in the villages and towns she photographed. At the same time, we created a new body of work about contemporary life in the region, finishing groundbreaking photographer Morath's dream of following the Danube from start to finish. A core motivation for all of us was to support the underrepresented female voice in documentary photography. We created a project that is for women, by women, and in the legacy of a pioneering woman. In line with this vision, Danube Revisited offered female photographers in the Danube region special exhibition and publishing opportunities as a part of the project. Follow @amivitale for more stories about hope in the world. @thephotosociety @photography.for.good #danube #ingemorath #romania #blacksea #beach

Photo by @dina_litovsky I love walking at night in New York City, looking for the neon glow that illuminates some of the streets. Canal Street, a busy thoroughfare during the day, takes on the eerie mood of a sci-fi film after hours. For more images, follow…
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Photo by @dina_litovsky I love walking at night in New York City, looking for the neon glow that illuminates some of the streets. Canal Street, a busy thoroughfare during the day, takes on the eerie mood of a sci-fi film after hours. For more images, follow me @dina_litovsky

Photo by @babaktafreshi An impressive November evening from a high-altitude vista of Lake Atitlan, a deep caldera surrounded by Maya communities and volcanoes in Guatemala. The diffuse band of light near the middle is zodiacal light, the reflecting sunlight…
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Photo by @babaktafreshi An impressive November evening from a high-altitude vista of Lake Atitlan, a deep caldera surrounded by Maya communities and volcanoes in Guatemala. The diffuse band of light near the middle is zodiacal light, the reflecting sunlight from asteroid dust in the solar system, only visible far from large cities. Where the last colors of twilight merge with the setting Milky Way, right on top of the clouds, bright planets Venus and Jupiter are in conjunction. Explore the beauties and wonders of night with me @babaktafreshi #lakeatitlan #guatemala #volcano #twanight

Photo by @daisygilardini If you love frogs, then Costa Rica is the place to visit! As a professional photographer who specializes in the polar regions and North America’s bears, I never had the opportunity to photograph frogs in the wild—until my recent trip…
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Photo by @daisygilardini If you love frogs, then Costa Rica is the place to visit! As a professional photographer who specializes in the polar regions and North America’s bears, I never had the opportunity to photograph frogs in the wild—until my recent trip to Costa Rica. I was totally outside my comfort zone during my stay in the tropics. I battled heat and humidity and crawled along the muddy forest floor—surrounded by creatures I never wished to encounter—all in the hope of finally being able to photograph these adorable frogs. During one of my first night walks (accompanied by an expert guide to protect me from venomous snakes and spiders), we found this tiny emerald glass frog. As they’re so small—just three centimeters (one inch) long—I used my macro lens and an offsite flash with a diffuser to capture its beautiful eyes. Follow me @DaisyGilardini for more images and stories behind the scenes. #frog #emeraldglassfrog #costarica #conservation #cloudforest

Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto The wartime ruins that line many of the via ferratas in the Italian Dolomites are incredibly well hidden—and with good reason. They were designed to be difficult to find and (ideally) impossible to conquer. The effort it…
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Photo by Robbie Shone @shonephoto The wartime ruins that line many of the via ferratas in the Italian Dolomites are incredibly well hidden—and with good reason. They were designed to be difficult to find and (ideally) impossible to conquer. The effort it must have taken to transport building materials to these high and remote ridges is hard to imagine, but the hard work would still have been preferable to the idea of being vulnerable to enemy attack. The Ivano Dibona via ferrata is a restored historical route used by Italian troops during World War I.

Photo by Muhammed Muheisen @mmuheisen Bicycles are parked along a canal opposite Bloemenmarkt, a flower market in Amsterdam, Netherlands. For more photos and videos from different parts of the world, follow me @mmuheisen and @mmuheisenpublic. #muhammedmuheisen…
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Photo by Muhammed Muheisen @mmuheisen Bicycles are parked along a canal opposite Bloemenmarkt, a flower market in Amsterdam, Netherlands. For more photos and videos from different parts of the world, follow me @mmuheisen and @mmuheisenpublic #muhammedmuheisen #Netherlands

Photo by @taylorglenn A once-in-a-lifetime photo: Comet NEOWISE and the Big Dipper shine brightly above the iconic skyline of the Teton Range in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. For most of July stargazers were treated to the incredible display of comet…
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Photo by @taylorglenn A once-in-a-lifetime photo: Comet NEOWISE and the Big Dipper shine brightly above the iconic skyline of the Teton Range in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. For most of July stargazers were treated to the incredible display of comet NEOWISE. It won't return again for another 6,800 years, so this truly was the shot of a lifetime. Follow @taylorglenn for more from Wyoming and beyond. #grandtetonnationalpark #neowise #wyoming

Photo by @jodymacdonaldphoto Idaho, with nearly 9.3 million acres of roadless territory, is not a bad place to find some isolation. Here paraglider pilot @gavinmcclurg explores the magnificence of the Big Lost Range. Follow me @jodymacdonaldphoto to see more…
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Photo by @jodymacdonaldphoto Idaho, with nearly 9.3 million acres of roadless territory, is not a bad place to find some isolation. Here paraglider pilot @gavinmcclurg explores the magnificence of the Big Lost Range. Follow me @jodymacdonaldphoto to see more photos of my travels from around the world. #idaho #travel

Photo by @junmichaelpark At dawn captive deer feed on grass at a farm in Central Park, Songdo, South Korea. Songdo is a new city on the west coast of South Korea built on reclaimed land. Due to its ultramodern architecture and high-tech infrastructure, it…
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Photo by @junmichaelpark At dawn captive deer feed on grass at a farm in Central Park, Songdo, South Korea. Songdo is a new city on the west coast of South Korea built on reclaimed land. Due to its ultramodern architecture and high-tech infrastructure, it has been dubbed a city of the future. View more photos and stories from around the world @junmichaelpark

Photo by @juancristobalcobo Cyclists ride on an exclusive lane for the Ciclovía in Bogotá, Colombia. Every Sunday starting at seven in the morning, thousands of people claim the streets of this city’s main avenues and highways, replacing cars with bicycles,…
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Photo by @juancristobalcobo Cyclists ride on an exclusive lane for the Ciclovía in Bogotá, Colombia. Every Sunday starting at seven in the morning, thousands of people claim the streets of this city’s main avenues and highways, replacing cars with bicycles, skates, scooters—or just plain walking. The event dates back to 1976 when a group of citizens concerned about the lack of public space for sports practice demanded that the city close stretches of roads usually filled with cars and buses. The experiment, called Ciclovía or Bikeway, continues to grow and has become one of the main attractions of this city, which is usually choked by impossible traffic. #bogota #colombia #bicycles

Photo by @amandamustard The twisted roots of a banyan tree hold the head of a Buddha statue at Wat Mahathat in Ayutthaya, a sprawling UNESCO World Heritage site north of Bangkok, Thailand. Nobody quite knows how the head got here, but it happened sometime…
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Photo by @amandamustard The twisted roots of a banyan tree hold the head of a Buddha statue at Wat Mahathat in Ayutthaya, a sprawling UNESCO World Heritage site north of Bangkok, Thailand. Nobody quite knows how the head got here, but it happened sometime in the rich historical era of Ayutthaya (1350-1767), which saw the reign of 33 kings.

Photo by @joshuacogan  A local surfer warms up during a golden sunset on the island of Lombok off the coast of Bali, Indonesia. To see more images from around the world, follow me @joshuacogan.
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Photo by @joshuacogan A local surfer warms up during a golden sunset on the island of Lombok off the coast of Bali, Indonesia. To see more images from around the world, follow me @joshuacogan

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