Annie Morrison Smith

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Farmer Olexandra Salo was very happy with her cabbage crop when I visited her farm in Ukraine. Potatoes and cabbage are two of the staple crops of small farmers in this rich farming country near the Black Sea. The rich soils of Ukraine make one of the world's prime agricultural regions, but it has been hampered by slow development and the recent turmoil hurts even more. It is one of the regions of the world where the yield gap is greatest. We hope Olexandra is safe. She is just one of the farmers I photographed around the world for our National Geographic story in the May issue, Food: Feeding Nine Billion. http://www.nationalgeographic.com/foodfeatures/feeding-9-billion/ @JimRichardsonNG @natgeo #futureoffood #latergram #Ukraine #food

Photo: @ladzinski Caption: @andrewbisharat - In celebration of his 30th birthday, @mattsegal decided to spend the day climbing 3 long routes in the #GorgesDuVerdon with @emilyaharrington. Each route represented a distinct era of the Verdon's long and storied climbing history: one route was from the "Golden Age" of the 1960s, one from the early sport climbing era of the 1970s/80s, and one was more modern, established just a few years ago. It was over 30 pitches of climbing (900 meters), a pitch for each year for his birthday, and it took the team nearly 24 hours to complete. Happy birthday Matt! What a great way to enter a new era of your own life! #bonverdon #verticalorigins #onAssignment @thenorthface @3stringsproductions @etteloc

An elderly couple helps each other down a small street in the trendy #Palermo Soho section of Buenos Aires, Argentina. They have lived on this street for over 50 years, I wonder how many times they have walked this street. @robertclarkphoto @instituteartist @thephotosociety

Genevieve Weston grows rare apples in the Weston Antique Apples orchard near New Berllin, Wisconsin. The orchard features over 100 varieties of apples. She is just one of the farmers I photographed around the world for our National Geographic story in the May issue, Food: Feeding Nine Billion. http://www.nationalgeographic.com/foodfeatures/feeding-9-billion/ @JimRichardsonNG @natgeo #futureoffood #latergram #food #farmers #apples #wisconsin

Photo: @randyolson

Shot by 👉@oveck👈 He has one of the best galleries on Instagram. He is also one of my personal favorites. Stop by his feed and check it out, if you haven't already! 💥@oveck💥

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). I just did my first photo trip/collaboration with my 4 year old son @hawkeyehuey around the #SaltonSea. This is an image of him in a dust storm at #SalvationMountain this weekend. He is starting with an analog camera: a Polaroid style Fuji. Follow @argonautphoto to see the results in the coming days!

Kara E. Walker's A Subtlety or The Marvelous Sugar Baby, a 75 ft long , 23 ton bleached sugar giant sphinx at the 1882 Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburgh, New York. " An homage to the unpaid and overworked artisans who have refined our sweet tastes from the cane fields to the kitchens of the New World on the occasion of the demolition of the Domino Sugar Refining Plant Brooklyn, New York." @Natgeo, @davidcoventry.com, @thephotosociety,#karawalkerdomino