Emilee Josephine May

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USWNT demolishes Japan 5-2 to win the World Cup: Three takeaways

The US deserved it, and Japan had no chance. Sweet revenge.<p>The USWNT, after 16 years, are at the summit of women's soccer. With a jaw-dropping …

Happy #NationalDonutDay! 😍🍩🎉

Animal pictures of the week: 5 June 2015 - Telegraph

An all-out #blizzard has slammed the northeastern U.S. with a thick blanket of snow. Much of New England is still being battered, while #NewYork returns to normal. We asked you to share your blizzard photos using #MashaBlizzard, and rounded up some of our favorites on our site. Click the link in our profile to see some amazing snow-filled images like this capture from @dashgrey. #blizzardof2015

Standing room only? An animatronic polar #bear on a #tube train at #CharingCross station, #London to mark the launch of new drama #Fortitude. A team of 19 Hollywood prop specialists spent six weeks designing and building the replica #animal. Photo: David Parry/PA

blending construction and design. Take a look at his feed for more amazing photos!

Phone photo: @ivankphoto The sun sets at Willow Creek just south of Big Sur, #CA, #USA. @runa_photos, @natgeo, @thephotosociety, @panospictures

Frozen sea spray coats a house the day after a winter storm in Scituate, Mass., Jan. 28, 2015. Photograph by Michael Dwyer—AP. See more of TIME's best pictures of the week on time.com

Photo by @gordonwiltsie. After a long, slow spiral towards the horizon, the #Midnight #sun hovers over #icebergs floating in the #Arctic #Ocean, north of Severnaya Zemlya, #Russia. The #NorthPole is almost directly behind the sun and it ominous to find so much open water so far north. Just a decade ago the seas here would have been frozen solid.

The classic "Silver Sands Motel" Key Biscayne.

Manara, Beirut, Lebanon by Natalie Naccache @natnacphotos #beirut #lebanon #sea

Twists and Turns

Why are the Joshua Tree's dying? Through a hollowed out section of a dead tree another living Joshua Tree sits in the setting sun. Experts expect the Joshuas to vanish entirely from the southern half of California within a century. The ancient plants are dying in the #JoshuaTree National Park. Already slow and difficult reproducers by nature the Joshua trees are the victim of global warming and its symptoms -- including fire and drought -- plus pollution and the proliferation of non-native species. The #Seussian looking trees are really plants, a relative of the yucca. Joshua trees are a foundation species, providing habitat for other animals that otherwise would disappear. @robertclarkphoto @thephotosociety @instituteartist @natgeo

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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Currently on expedition in the Italian Dolomites exploring Bigonda Cave in Selva de Grigno. Discovered in 1952, this is arguably the longest cave in the Dolomites, but due to snow melt one of the 50 internal lakes has completely filled the passage and blocked the main thoroughfare through the cave and our trip has been cut short. An Italian cave explorer (pictured) grabs a quick drink of water from one of the many inlets now seeping through the cave.

#Iceland is simultaneously one of the most #beautiful and desolate #landscapes in the world. The Icelandic scenery in wintertime is typically blanketed with white ice and snow, but for a short period of time, visitors to Iceland can visit two of the most beautiful locations and opposite natural wonders on Earth. Click the link in our profile to see these wonders in all their white-hot beauty. #VatnajökullGlacier #Travel #BeautifulDestinations (Image: Lurie Belegurschi)

Photo - @andy_bardon /// With spring just around the corner, I'm starting to plan some warm weather adventures... What about you? Any adventures or travel planned ? /// This image of sunset bouldering was shot in the beautiful @yosemitenps ///📷 ISO 100 80mm f2.8 1/90th sec

Photograph by @paulnicklen When being chased by Leopard Seals, Emperor Penguins reach such great velocities underwater and consequently great heights when exiting the frigid Ross Sea that it looks like they are truly trying to fly. However, they are just throwing their flippers out for balance. They hit the sea ice with such force that often, these 60 to 90 pound birds knock the air out of themselves. They quickly shake it off and begin their 10 mile hike back to the colony to feed their awaiting chicks. Please follow me this week on @paulnicklen as I post a series of my favorite polar wildlife species #wildlife #nature @ElPlanetaPhoto #gratitude #penguins #beauty @natgeocreative @thephotosociety

We'd like to see your #sunrise and #sunset photos. Submit yours to #GuardianWitness and we'll #repost and feature the best. Simon Gray sent this shot of the sunrise over the pier at #Cromer in #Norfolk, England. witness.theguardian.com

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - During last months @NatGeo photographers seminar in DC, fellow NGM photographer @BrianSkerry told me that there is still a staggering 95% of the underwater world that remains unexplored. A huge volume of ocean left to examine and make new discoveries. Underground however, nobody knows what percentage of caverns remain unexplored, as we cannot see them from the surface. Pictured above, deep below ground in China’s Wulong County, a cave explorer swims into the unknown.

Here’s your cute moment for the day: A baby desert tortoise hatches from its egg. Found north and west of the #ColoradoRiver in the #MojaveDesert in California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah, the desert tortoise is one of most elusive inhabitants of the desert, spending up to 95 percent of its life underground. With domed shell and elephant-like legs, it is easily distinguishable from its turtle cousins. Photo by U.S. Geological Survey (@usgs) scientist K. Kristina Drake.