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Photo by @CarltonWard // Stand up paddling among cypress trees in the Mississippi Delta. Lake Fausse Pointe near the Atchafalaya River is part of the largest swamp forest in America. Thanks to Kalley and Jared LeRoy (pictured) for hosting me and providing a @Yoloboard for my shooting platform while on assignment for @nature_org @natgeocreative
#Yemen, the poorest country in the #MiddleEast, was once described as the Happy Arabia. Now it’s a war-torn land, often met with bombings and rebellions. Amid all the war and politics, it’s easy to lose sight of the actual place — a breathtakingly #beautiful country rich with history. Here, a Yemeni man stands atop the #JebelShugruf village in the #Haraz mountains. Click the link in our profile to see more photographs. (Image: Corbis, Arne Hodalic)
#NatGeoTravelStories // Follow our account this weekend as @JimRichardsonNG shares 12 remote travel recommendations from his Islands of Obsession photo series taken in Scotland's Hebrides and Orkney Islands. #6 Return to St. Kilda Now we come to an island of aching melancholy. St. Kilda and the story of the islanders echoes down history and clenches the heart of anyone who hears the tale. Once heard, the story almost always elicits a vow to visit this remote archipelago, out beyond the outer Outer Hebrides. Briefly here it is: After several thousand years of living on these craggy islands and beyond the ken and calling of more sedate mainland civilization, the islanders in their dwindling numbers had had enough. Facing starvation, they sent a note in a bottle on the sea petitioning the British government to take them away. On one day in 1930 two ships came. That was the last day people lived permanently on St. Kilda. Today a day trip will bring you here (if you are lucky and the weather holds), and you can climb up to the gap for a look down upon the abandoned village. You may stroll among the forlorn black houses, startling as you do some of the Soay sheep that now live wild (once again) on their island sanctuary. Perhaps you will wonder about human tenacity, and a longing will tug at your heart. If at some point your eyes do not well up with sadness, then you are made of sterner stuff than me. #islandobsession #scotland
🌎: Sunrise at Vermillion - . Mount Rundle, Calgary. @tannerwendell again for my second @travelbreak Instagram take over! In 2013 I road tripped 10,000 miles solo for 4 months. It's something I think everyone should do at one point in their life, but traveling with good company really does it for me. My trip to Banff in Canada is one of the top highlights of my life because of the friendships I made. There is nothing like meeting a stranger and being inspired by beautiful nature together. It makes the world feel smaller. The guy standing on the ice is one of my favorite photographers and was the host of our amazing adventures: @calsnape thank you! Show me your travel photos #TravelBreak and I'll check them out! - @tannerwendell
"Iceland inspired me in more ways than I could fully describe: it opened my eyes to this incredible world we live in by showing me places I had never even dreamed about." In case you missed it, check out the latest photo essay on www.passionpassport.com as photographer Whitney Justesen (@whitneyjustesen) discovers the whimsy and magic of Iceland's incomparable landscapes.
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