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Madagascar vibes. CAPTION THIS photo of Verreaux's sifaka in the wild by Alison Buttigieg @cheetah80. GO! To see more of her wildlife work, visit 500px.com/alisonb

Photo by @stevemccurryofficial // I shot this image in Ta Prohm temple, Angkor, Cambodia. The man playing with the young pup is the temple's caretaker. Over time, the thick roots of the jungle trees have become entwined with the building to the point that they appear one and the same. #Cambodia #AngkorWat #TaProhm

@PsSchuh @channel100TV @tvfloripa @tvbombinhas @TracyHa98463342 @marie_nassar @HusseinElgohar3 @NotingLove lazy. .. http://t.co/dfyo0cePkn

Day 3 of 4 wrapped, another gorgeous day on Venice Beach. Great crew, client, and agency! The weather gods are being very good to us. #arrialexa #commercial #production @milenadevincenzo

Photo by @BrianSkerry A trio of Narwhals, cruise on the surface in the waters of the high arctic off Canada’s Navy Board Inlet. Narwhals are the ‘unicorn whale’ due to their tusk, which is actually a canine tooth that protrudes from the animal’s lip. Male narwhal tusks can grow to lengths of nearly nine feet. Coverage from an upcoming story in @natgeo about climate change in the arctic and the effect on wildlife and culture. @ThePhotoSociety @natgeocreative #arctic #explore #underwater #nature #narwhal #pristineseas

The changing season is never quite so visually striking as it is in the #fall. Today, is the autumnal equinox, marking the first official day of fall for those in the Northern Hemisphere. To celebrate, we put together 7 perfect fall #foliage drives for taking in the scenery across the US. Click the link in our profile to check them out! #🍂 #GreatSmokyMountains (Image: Getty Images, Ron and Patty Thomas)

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Land of Fire

Photo by @haarbergphoto (Erlend Haarberg) The snow is still deep in the Norwegian mountains, but it is melting and the days are getting longer. This is the mating season of the mountain #hare (Lepus timidus) and they are much more active than usual as they are looking for a potential mate. Love makes them blind (as we say it in #Norway), therefore chances are better to see these shy, nocturnal animals in this period than normal. @thephotosociety