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"The first time standing behind the curtains … I was like 'The stadium is full, thousands of people,' and I thought, 'Am I going to freak out?' ” Kristin Finley is a @ringlingbros trapeze flyer. While on assignment for @NYTMag, the photographer @stephsinclairpix made portraits of #circus performers and the staff that support them. The performers she met practice so often and so rigorously that when their train is in motion, they shut down: They sleep, they read, they watch TV. Visit the link in our profile to read the full @NYTMag story. @stephsinclairpix is posting more portraits this weekend. #nytweekender #🎪🚂

Get High #moscow #ontheroofs #russia

#stairs

FDR Drive from the Manhattan Bridge, New York #newyork #newyorkcity #instagramnyc @instagram #igersofny #ig_northamerica #ig_americas #silhouette

5. “The Self-destructive Society II”. This photo was shot back in Brisbane – Australia. The photo is part of a series, focusing on the modern society's defects and its self

Liv’in Color . #Architecture #Amsterdam #iPhone6S

Scientist Dr Robert Krickl poses behind his crystal structure model, registered as largest model of this type at the Guinness Book of Records, at the city hall in Vienna, Austria on November 23, 2015. The model is a cube with an edge length of 3,1 meters, consisting of 38,880 balls of red and white colour and, when put side by side, nearly 10 km of connecting sticks. It visualises the arrangement of atoms in crystals, concretely the NaCl-structure-type, magnified almost a billion times. AFP Photo by Joe Klamar

Dancers with Pilobolus perform a scene during a dress rehearsal for the American premiere of Pilobolus’s "Shadowland" at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts November 20, 2015. The dancers uses shadow theater technology to create a mysterious universe where Pilobolus dancers transform into monsters, dogs, elephants, giants and more.AFP Photo by Timothy Clary @timothyclary

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - At 3,482 m asl (11,430 ft) the small cave at the top of the Jungfraujoch is Europe's highest known cave. Once we were inside and away from the entrance where the public pass by, the temperature dropped and ice crystals grew out from the walls in increasing numbers the further we went, reaching a point where the tunnel was almost completely blocked by these giant ice crystals. We were there as part of a scientific study looking at permafrost underground in caves in the Alps.

Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz @thephotosociety This section of Harlem just west of Malcolm X Boulevard consists largely of row houses built around the turn of the twentieth century. Just out of view is Mount Olivet Baptist Church, which was built in 1906-1907 when the area was largely Jewish, and it was the Temple Israel of Harlem. In New York City it seems that the only constant is change. From the just-released book New York Air, with autographed copies available via IG bio link in @NewYorkAirBook, and limited edition prints for sale at @anastasiaphoto1

Twice a week throughout the year, Hannah James walks almost half a mile in Greenland’s punishing conditions to reach an area with pristine air. She stops to put on a so-called clean suit, designed to keep the environment as sterile as possible. From there, she hikes another 300 feet to collect a snow sample. Hannah is a science technician for a logistics company called Polar Field Services. In Greenland, scientific researchers are mining the icy environment for data to understand how #climatechange will alter the rest of the globe. The @nytimes photographer @joshhaner spent 3 days on the Greenland ice sheet. We’ll be sharing more of @joshhaner’s photos from #Greenland this #nytweekender.

In the main public square of Jacmel, a beautiful small city on the southern coast of Haiti, young men gather each afternoon to play soccer for amusement after work or school. Photo by @fotokonbit student Wilky Douze, 20. As in so many Caribbean, South American, and other nations soccer is huge for Haitians. Besides their own national team Haitians are also big fans of Brazilian teams. Residents gather every afternoon to watch these matches until the sun sets and the players go home. The main square, heavily damaged in the 2010 earthquake that struck Haiti, is surrounded by newly restored houses and buildings with architecture typical of Jacmel. This town had a thriving merchant class in its hey day, made wealthy from export of coffee. Today it is called the city of artists. Wilky's photo is an outtake from the story on Haiti as seen by Haitians and shot by Fotokonbit students for @natgeo in the December 2015 issue of National Geographic Magazine. The excellent story, written by Alexandra Fuller, is well worth reading for a fuller and more representative understanding of Haitii, is entitled Haiti on Its Own. Also nationalgeographic.com. @fotokonbit @natgeo @natgeocreative @wilky_douze #haiti #ayiti #jacmel #alexandrafuller #soccer #outtakes #proudnation #natgeo

#gramthedam

Palermo - To start the week on a funny way : yes ! It's exactly what you think, this dog can't wait for a tree ! #😂

Goalies in toques = 😍.

During a recent trip to Cuba, where she was working on a story for @nytimessports, the photographer @bengiville took a late-night taxi ride along the #Malecón. Follow @bengiville to see more of her #nytassignment photos from Cuba and elsewhere. #regram

Photo by @gordonwiltsie A "Sierra Wave" lenticular #cloud soars above the eastern #SierraNevada escarpment and the #OwensValley, #California. These formations sometimes rise almost into the stratosphere and have long been a magnet for daring glider pilots seeking a lift to very high elevations. #Bishop #sunset #mountains

#Sunset at Ponto tonight. @nikonusa

The South Pacific island nation of #Kiribati could be submerged by rising oceans in just a few decades. In a speech today during the Paris #climatetalks, President Antoe Tong of Kiribati thanked Fiji for offering to take in the people of his country, which is home to just over 100,000. @kadirvanlohuizen photographed Kiribati for @nytimes in 2012. As the climate talks continue, follow @nytimes updates and photos by visiting the link in our profile. #COP21

Good evening from #Istanbul. Taksim. iPhone photo by Wissam Nassar @wissamgaza #Turkey #everydayeverywhere

Photograph by Michael Yamashita. @yamashitaphoto. Christmas in New York: Today marks the 83rd lighting of the #Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Always a minimum of 65 feet tall, the tallest one reaching 100 feet, it is the epicenter of New York City’s holiday celebrations with more than half a million visitors everyday. #nyc #newyork #Rockefellercenter #Rockefellertree #christmastree @natgeocreative @thephotosociety

Print sale ends Friday! Link in bio. Koci.pixieset.com 'Make your mistakes, take your chances, look silly, but keep on going. Don’t freeze up.' -Thomas Wolfe, You Can't Go Home Again