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Journey of beautiful curves

@paulnicklen on assignment for @natgeo on South Georgia, Antarctica. There aren't many places on this planet where a penguin will come and rest just a few inches from you and your camera. This Macaroni Penguin seemed to enjoy the company. South Georgia is perhaps one of the most incredible places I have ever witnessed. From vast seas of penguins to friendly leopard seals to soaring wandering albatross to incredible details like the iris of this penguin. With @sea_legacy. #penguin #wildlife #nature #antarctica @natgeocreative #love @thephotosociety #beauty

Crazy Autumn colors. Upstate NY.

Photo @renan_ozturk @taylorfreesolo // Without knowing, our #MyanmarClimb team stumbled upon the kick-off ceremony for the Thadingyut Lighting Festival last night, held once a year. 9,000 "oil lamps" were set in lotus designs and the symbolism of the Dharma, lit by monks and all generations of locals. The festival is a celebration of the Buddha coming back to earth from nirvana. We'll take the auspicious oman as we head north again today, on to Myitkyina by train. #onassignment @hilareeoneill @emilyaharrington @md_jenkins @coryrichards @camp4collective

Happy 50th birthday to #LakeMead National Recreation Area! On this day in 1964, this #Colorado River lake area on the border of #Nevada and #Arizona became the first national recreation area in the U.S. With its gorgeous contrasts of desert and water, mountains and canyons, Lake Mead National Recreation Area offers year-round recreational opportunities. Photo by Cheryl Hobbs (www.sharetheexperience.org).

This time of year, flights of sandhill cranes arrive daily to the Bosque del Apache National #Wildlife Refuge, which means “Woods of the Apache.” Situated between the Chupadera Mountains and the San Pascual Mountains in #NewMexico, the 57,331-acre refuge has become a critical home for waterfowl that migrate here every winter. Tomorrow, explore the “Woods of the Apache” -- and other #refuges -- with free entrance to all national wildlife refuges. Visit www.fws.gov/refuges to find one near you! Photo by Marvin DeJong (@USFWS).

Oct 11, 2014 at 4:22pm UTC