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Brad Pitt Talks World War Z Sequels

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Third Hobbit film retitled The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies

<b>The third and final Hobbit film has been given a shiny new title courtesy of director Peter Jackson, who has announced that the film will now be</b> …

By @fritzphotos - on assignment for NatGeo in #Silicon Valley. #Hangar One was built in the 1930s for the #dirigible #airship USS Macon at the Naval Air Station #Moffett Field, now #NASAs Ames Research Center in #Mountain View, California. (The Macon crashed off California's Big Sur and was lost their in 1935) The hangar covers eight acres and is one of the largest free standing #structures in the world. It originally was skinned with materials of asbestos. That skin was removed as part of EPA #Superfund remediation. It was a fun afternoon extending the 50 foot aerial boom up inside the hangar for pictures that will be part of upcoming story. #Google has recently leased the hangar, Moffett Field and parts of Ames under their #Planetary Ventures, a legal entity of the tech giant. Moffett is already used by Google for its private jets. The hangar will be re-skinned but still unknown how Google will use it. I heard a gaggle of suggestions while there including for development of Google Drones and another as indoor snow skiing park. What's your guess?

Photo by @BrianSkerry NGS Explorer Mike Fay stands on the edge of the lagoon in Millennium Atoll; a remote and uninhabited island in the central South Pacific. From an upcoming @natgeo story about an expedition to the Southern Line Islands and unspoiled coral reefs. #kiribati #pristineseas

Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley) - Heading deep into the #Amazon jungle in #Bolivia, for the part two of my @natgeo story on the #Evolution of #Diet - how we are what we ate. What will people be eating down there? @thephotosociety

A #hiker jump's off of #Hadrian'sWall or is he being pulled into the heavens? This is an outtake from a story I photographed on the #RomanWalls around the world, The wall which runs for 80 Roman miles & crosses England was built starting in 122AD and largely completed six years later. @robertclarkphoto @thephotosociety @instituteartist

Sherpa Fund Print Sale - Today is day three of our one week only print sale to support the Sherpa community that lost loved ones on Everest last week. Please consider purchasing a signed print from This image - a climber descends the "Valley of Silence" perched at 22,000 atop the #Khumbu Icefall on Everest's south side - is one of many available. Photo: @pedromcbride (Pete McBride) About the Fund: We are ten photographers who have worked extensively with the Sherpa people and feel devastated by this tragic event. For us, it is a moment to ask how we can help our Sherpa friends both in this time of crisis and in the years to come. Not long after I shot this image, Mingma Sherpa plucked me from a crevasse saving my life, so in effort to return the helping hand, we are donating the prints you will see on the site, a selection of our photographs of the Himalayan region and its people, curated by our editors, National Geographic’s Sadie Quarrier and Outside’s Amy Silverman. One-hundred percent of proceeds from this sale (after the cost of printing) will go to the Sherpa community via the nonprofit Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation, which has been working with Sherpa climbers in the Khumbu since 2003. By purchasing a print today, you are helping provide relief to #Sherpa families in crisis, as well as long-term support that transcends this single incident. Thanks for your #support. #everest #help

While driving along the Middle Rhine in Germany, I was surprised to see more the thirty #castles along the river. The landscapes, complete with vineyards and beautiful villages, is an amazing drive to make. @robertclarkphoto @thephotosociety

Wind farms and wheat fields dominate the plains of southern Kansas. Picture from a motorized paraglider by @geosteinmetz for a story in the 5.2014 edition of NGM on meeting the food demands of a growing and more affluent global population. @thephotosociety

Photo: @randyolson Randy Olson | It’s a long way between photographs in this area… lots of lonely hot roads surrounded by even hotter black basalt boulders. Currently on assignment for @natgeo with writer @neilshea13 in the Lake Turkana region of Kenya. @thephotosociety @geneticislands #kenya #nationalgeographic #landscape #africa #latergram #turkana

Photo @ladzinski - Morning serenity in LaPalud, a small, quite village in the #VerdonGorge. Springtime is bringing new life into the gorge, from the canyon floor to the rim high above, it's a special time to be here on assignment. @mattsegal @emilyaharrington @etteloc @andrewbisharat @thenorthface @3stingsproductions

Rare aerial view by @geosteinmetz of the upper class suburbs that are rapidly taking over prime rice-growing land in the Yangtze Delta just outside of Shanghai. Most of these new homes are vacant, as speculators buy properties with expectation of big profits. For the whole story see the 5.2014 edition of NGM @thephotosociety

San Joaquin River, west of Fresno, CA. Photo by @peteressick. This river starts in the Ansel Adams Wilderness in the Sierra Nevada mountains. It flows through several dams before the water is used by farmers for irrigation in the Central Valley. A little further downstream the river goes dry in the summer. It once had a salmon run and there are efforts to restore the river somewhat. Recently, it was named the most endangered river in the USA by the watchdog organization American Rivers.

Photo: @randyolson Randy Olson

Photo by @haarbergphoto (Orsolya Haarberg) Standing under heavy rain clouds, I was looking at the setting Sun on the #Sanna Island, in the outer coast of #Helgeland. Taken while on assignment for a @natgeo story about coastal #Norway. @thephotosociety @natgeo

Photo by @salvarezphoto A last frame from Southern France. This valley contains some of the oldest and best paintings on earth. I've been in France tracking down humanity 's first artists on assignment for @natgeo. #France #windowsphone @thephotosociety

Photo @coryrichards people, big hills. @freddiewilkinson and #kevinmahoney wander into the unknown while attempting to climb the still unclimbed west ridge of Nuptse, part of the #Everest massif in the Khumbu region of Nepal. Pumori catches early morning sun in the distance. @thephotosociety @thenorthface @3stringsproductions @natgeocreative

Photo: @ladzinski Caption: @andrewbisharat Rest days are a necessary part of the #climbing life. After exploring many multi-pitch big walls over the past couple of weeks, the team needed a day of repose. Fortunately, the weather made the decision to rest easy. A massive thunderstorm rumbled within the Gorges du Verdon and spilt over the ridge, blanketing the town of Aiguines from the east. The sunset, however, just barely outpaced the creeping dark clouds, creating a dramatic climax to an otherwise peaceful day of rest. @mattsegal @emilyaharrington @etteloc @3stringsproductions #BonVerdon

Sunset over Smith's Lake. #smithslake #sunset #iphone #procamera7 #nswcoast #colour


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