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Ten Hours In Singapore

BABY PAK CHOI... GALORE

Arrays!

Symbiosis

Flames of Fire

Dreams

dead river

Beautiful sunrise at Portree was soon followed by the fog rolling in over the harbor. But still a sight to see. Port Righ (as it is known in Gaelic) is also known to be home to the Pride of Portree, one of the professional Quidditch teams in the Harry Potter universe. Shot on assignment on the Scotland Photo Adventure with National Geographic Expeditions. @JimRichardsonNG @NatGeoTravel @NatGeo @natgeocreative #scotland #iphonephoto #harrypotter #quidditch

28 Magical Paths Begging To Be Walked

Roads and paths pervade our literature, poetry, artwork, linguistic expressions and music. Even photographers can’t keep their eyes (and lenses) off …

Reader Recs: Favorite National Parks in the U.S.

The beauty of America’s 59 national parks is hard to put into words.<p>From the crystal clear waters of Glacier to the breathtaking enormity of the Grand Tetons, it’s something you should experience firsthand—and this is the perfect time to do it. Why? It’s <b>National Park Week</b>.<p>To pay homage to the …

Huge sand hills, strong winds and camelback rides—these aren't exactly the scenes you'd expect to find in Japan. Yet at the Tottori Sand Dunes in Tottori, Japan, that's exactly what you can expect to find. Located in the southwestern region of Honshū Island and neighboring the Sea of Japan, these sand dunes are the only of their kind in the country. Covering an area of 30 square kilometers (7,413 acres), the dunes developed over thousands of years as volcanic sediments from nearby mountains were carried out into the Sea of Japan through the Sendai River. Strong ocean winds brought the sand back ashore to create the dunes. The desert

3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery. Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagamatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the "Sacred Sites Trail Project," a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year. "The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. "It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas." In the end, she says, "it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks." To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, tap the blue location text above. Photo by @jessicadicarlo