Jill Thornton Boss
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Photo @ladzinski - An old juniper tree perfectly frames South Gateway Rock in #GardenOfTheGods Park in Colorado Springs, CO. The park was donated to the city in 1909 by Charles Perkins under the exception that it remain a free park. It's one of the most visited places parks in Colorado and is known as the gateAt to the Rocky Mountains. @natgeocreative
Do you have a favourite beach? This sunset shot was taken on #Speightstown beach in #Barbados by LP author @CarolynBHeller. Many #Caribbean islands have nice beaches, but where #Barbados differs is what lies behind the azure-water and white-sand. No matter your budget or style, you can find a place to stay that suits you, whether cheap, funky, restful or posh. Away from the luxury resorts of the west coast and the well-developed south coast, however, is where you’ll find what makes the island special. Central #Barbados has a rolling terrain of limestone hills and amid this lush scenery are fascinating survivors of the colonial past. The wild Atlantic-battered east coast is a legend with surfers; those looking for action will find wind-surfing, hiking, diving and more. Away from the glitz, it’s still a place of classic calypso rhythms, an island-time vibe and world-famous rums. #LonelyPlanet #Travel #ComeExplore
Photo by @amivitale. A captive born panda eats bamboo in the Deng Sheng Valley forest in Sichuan China. It's from my story Make Like a Panda I did for @Time Magazine. ti.me/1iqo1du Also see the slideshow, Inside The (Not So) Secret World of Pandas - on Time LightBox - ti.me/1i3Q83B I was accompanying Dr. M. Sanjayan on behalf of the Nature Conservancy, a U.S.-based environmental group, and a crew from PBS and @natgeo Television, to Wolong, Sichuan province. There, at the state-affiliated China Conservation and Research Center, director Zhang Hemin and his team are doing what zoologists once considered all but impossible: raising cubs for release into the wild. @natgeocreative @panospictures @thephotosociety @natgeo @nature_org #nature_china #animals #cute #photojournalism #nikonusa #nikon #d4s #nikonambassador #nofilter #journalism #amivitale #latergram #journalism
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