Diego Ribera

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Reprimen protestas contra el Canal de Nicaragua | DW | 24.12.2014

Nemesio Mejía, un dirigente del Consejo de Defensa de la Tierra y la Soberanía, un grupo de activistas que protesta contra la construcción de un …

50 Beautiful Examples of Black and White Photography

Anybody can pick up a camera and take a picture, but it takes a skillfull photographer to utilize composition, exposure, and aperture to take a …

NY Through the Lens: A Photographic Love Letter to New York City and Nostalgic Longing

It’s impossible to write about Vivienne Gucwa‘s photography without trying it in to her own inspirational story of struggle and success. The images …

'The Most Portuguese Town In Portugal' Is A European Must-See

Let's face facts: Any place that has a superlative in its name is pretty much our jam. And Monsanto, Portugal is no exception.<p>The ancient village, which just so happens to be close to the country's highest mountain, Serra da Estrela, is aptly titled the "Most Portuguese Town in Portugal", most …

Travel Photo of the Day

Each day, CNN producers select a user-submitted photo to be our Travel Photo of the Day. Click through the gallery above to see stunning shots from around the world, and be sure to come back every day for a new image.<p>Have a gorgeous travel photo of your own to share? Submit it for the gallery at …

World's Most-Visited Tourist Attractions (PHOTOS)

For nearly 500 years, the emperors living within Beijing's opulent Forbidden City dictated who could enter and leave. Well, the gates have opened, and tourists are pouring in to see it all for themselves. Attendance is up by 2.5 million since 2010.<p>Where we choose to spend our vacation time says a …

The Changing Face of Travel

<i>Traveler</i>‘s 30-year history coincides, roughly, with the rise of travel as a widespread phenomenon. As we celebrate the magazine’s anniversary, I asked a dozen movers and shakers in the Nat Geo Travel family to share the biggest changes they’ve seen in the past three decades—and their hopes for the …

A Year in the Life of Pro Photographer Forest Woodward | Outside Online

Photo: Forest Woodward<p>Forest Woodward has an enviable travel schedule. In the last year, the climber, surfer, and pro photographer has visited half a dozen countries, including Spain and Peru, and about 20 states in the U.S. Here are a few of the best shots he's taken over the past year. Don't be …

Wine tastin' #napa

Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley). Home on water: a Bajau prepares a fire to cook coral fish. Humans are the only species that cook their food. Some anthropologists argue that it was cooking that caused the transformation of our ancestors from apelike beings to Homo erectus - about 2 million years ago. The idea being that eating cooked meal as opposed to raw food allowed our digestive tract to shrink and the human brain to grow… this in turn helped structure human society and created the male-female division of labour. Far fetched? I don't think so… Cooking had profound evolutionary effect because it increased food efficiency which allowed human ancestors to spend less time foraging, chewing, and digesting. I am sharing my experience photographing the Bajau sea nomads on PROOF (the Nat Geo blog), part of my global story on the Evolution of Diet - for more, copy/paste this link into your browser : http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2014/10/29/we-are-what-we-eat-diving-for-dinner-with-the-sea-gypsies/ For the FULL IMAGE SERIES, head out to @paleyphoto #howcookingmadeushuman #RichardWrangham #Borneo #ocean #food #latergram #evolutionofdiet #paleodiet #fire @thephotosociety @natgeocreative

Vegas #ontheroofs #anywayanyday #lasvegas

Slowly I wither into the past.

Photo taken by @stevemccurryofficial // At the foot of the vast Mehrangarh Fort, one can find Jodhpur, the blue city, a small tightly knit maze.The boy dashes through the narrow alley past red handprints, an ancient form of art found around the world. @magnumphotos @thephotosociety

The Bolivian architect whose “New Andean” style is transforming El Alto

Photograph: Dominic Bracco II/Prime/Washington Post<p>A worker cleans up on the building site of one of Freddy Mamani’s New Andean designs in El Alto, …

Nuevas ideas sobre lo que es la materia oscura

• Ciencia<p>Los científicos han trabajado muchas décadas para intentar entender lo que se llama la materia oscura. No está muy claro cuáles son sus …