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Photo @ladzinski / Beams of sun pour through an open window of stormy sky at sunset in the #collegiateMountains near #cottonwoodPass Colorado. @natgeocreative @3stringsproductions

Jun 4, 2014 at 4:36pm UTC

Photo by @gordonwiltsie One downfall of having shot film for a large part of my career is that I can’t scan my slides fast enough and occasionally pictures that I love get lost in file cabinets. Just last week I came upon this long-forgotten image of a stormy sunrise that lasted only moments as it lit up the glaciated east face of 14,480-foot Nevado Sacsarayoc in the #CordilleraVilcabamba range in the #Andes of #Peru. This is an unpublished picture from “Mystery Mountain of the Inca,” a story I shot for the February 2004 issue of Nat Geo Magazine. #mountains #sunrise #glaciers

Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse at Sunset in #Acadia National Park. #Maine Photo: Jeremy Stevens

Last Spring, the Colorado River fought its way across the Sonoran Desert in Sonora and Baja #Mexico, clawing its way to the Sea of Cortez. Thanks to the help of a unique pulse flow experiment that has never been tested before, drainage tendrils filled with fresh water and kissed the sea - briefly. Photo/Caption: @pedromcbride (Pete McBride). Shot on assignment for @outsidemagazine for: The River was Everywhere and Nowhere, July 2014

New cars are awaiting delivery to dealerships after being offloaded from cargo ships in Newark, NJ. | photo by @mikeisler for @nyonair

This amazing photo was taken as an isolated storm rolled in across #Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in #Wyoming. Lightning over the sage steppe desert combined with the electric light coming through the clouds made for a very surreal sunset. The name Seedskadee originated from the Shoshone Indian word "Sisk-a-dee-agie" meaning "river of the prairie hen." The 27,230 acre refuge protects a mosaic of riparian, wetland and upland shrub habitats along the Green River in southwest Wyoming. The river corridor is vital for more than 250 species of resident and migrant wildlife. Photo: Sunset at Seedskadee and Cokeville Meadows National Wildlife Refuges. (Tom Koerner/@USFWS)

Namibia is one of the least populated countries in the world, relative to its size, with vast tracks of uninterrupted pristine landscape. Driving the gravel roads you won’t see another car, person or power line for hours. The night skies are light pollution free—and you may think you are alone, camping on the Skeleton Coast beach, until you look up and see the rest of the universe staring down on you. Photo by @kengeiger w/@kaigner

Sunrise on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro #fifaworldcup2014 @riodejaneiro @rio #sunrise #brazil #igersofny #ig_southamerica #ig_brazil #ig_americas #silhouette #copacabana

#GaryHunt dives from the 28 meter platform at Hells Gate during the second stop of the #RedBull #CliffDiving World Series at #PossumKingdom Lake, #Texas #redbullcliffdiving

Sunset at the Doll House in #Canyonlands National Park. #Utah

Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley). This is a follow-up from my Instagram image posted here yesterday - same people, same place. Hanging bridge over the Hunza river - try this when it's windy! A Wakhi woman coming home to Passu village, #Hunza, #Pakistan. Just a daily outing to go and feed her animals... Part 4 of my @natgeo story on the Evolution of diet - how we are what we ate - coming out soon. #latergram #evolutionofdiet @thephotosociety @natgeocreative

DITCH, MONTAUK. USA.

One of the great things about visiting Gates of the Arctic in Alaska is that sense of discovery that happens when you round the bend in the river, or you finally reach the top of the ridge. Those moments that take your breath away and you feel like you're the first person to ever gaze upon the landscape. There are no roads, no trails, no signs; you can wander at will and discover for yourself the treasures of this vast wilderness. For more information about the park, visit http://www.nps.gov/gaar/.