Michael Terry

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Photo by @TimLaman. Even when it pours rain in Borneo, you have to eat your breakfast. A long-tailed macaque braves the weather to feed high in the canopy of a strangler fig tree. Shot from a blind up in the canopy. I love the atmosphere of shooting in the rain. After all, it is called the rain forest! See the behind the scenes tree climbing shot at @TimLaman. #monkey, #Borneo, #Indonesia, #saveGPorangutans, @thephotosociety, @natgeocreative.

sleepy boy.

Photo @coryrichards Mans best friend and ultimate companion in herding and range management. #johnhelle of @duckworthco surveys his sheep from a hill top after a long day of shearing. On assignment for @natgeo @thephotosociety @natgeocreative @3stringsproductions @and_mann @ladzinski

Yesterday, astronaut Reid Wiseman shared this image of Earth showing Italy at night from the International Space Station tweeting "I looked on in awe and was rendered speechless by so much beauty." The Expedition 40 crew has been hard at work 260 miles above us in the floating laboratory. They set a new record for #ISS research completed in a week -- 82 hours -- this past week. Image credit

Photo @ladzinski / Sunrise this morning at the base of the beautiful and legendary #Matterhorn above #Zermatt. #NGStudentExpeditions @oshannonburns @justbowen @passepartout87 # Earth365

Camping

Photo highlights of the day

The Guardian's photo team brings you a daily round up from the world of photography including the Malaysian plane crash, Gaza and the UK heatwave

Debuchy is a Gunner...

Pictures of the Week 7.17.14

A view of down Pennsylvania Ave as the super moon rises over the United States Capitol building. The elliptical orbit of the moon will bring it closer, and appear larger, two more time this year—August 10th and September 9th, 2014. Photo by @kengeiger