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The Mekong

Project info<p>"Reopening of Laos in 1988: I found the country I left thirteen years ago in the din of war. Before me: the Mekong. This is the river along which I was born, in which I waded through one night in 1975 to reach the refugee camps in Thailand and seek asylum in France. Emotions run down on …

The sun emitted a significant solar flare on Oct. 19, 2014 in this image released by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory on Oct. 20, 2014. This flare is classified as an X1.1-class flare, one of the most intense types of flares recorded by SDO. Photograph by EPA/@NASA/Solar Dynamics Observatory

Photo: @stevewinterphoto. Chicago, I can't wait to share my stories about photographing big cats for @NatGeo with you @GoodmanTheatre this evening. For those in other parts of the country visit my website, linked in my profile description, for future dates and stops. And don't forget to do your part for Big Cats! Check out www.causeanuproar.org to find ways to become involved to save big cats, such as the Build-a-Boma campaign. #BigCatsForever #Tiger #Tigersforever #CauseAnUproar #NatGeo #BigCatConservation #India #WildlifePhotography #WildlifeConservation #WildlifePhotojournalism #Bigcats #NatGeoLive #wildlife #BigCatInitiative #BCI #Chicago #Illinois

Photo by @daviddoubilet a starving sealion #galapagos #sealion charges school of salema during an #elnino event in Galapagos Islands. Retrospektive Exhibition with @Natgeo Germany @NikonCamera #stadtmuseumschleswig

The Teton Range glows orange and red after a fresh coat of snow. Robert Buman captured this gorgeous photo just before #sunrise at #GrandTeton #NationalPark in #Wyoming. Photo from www.sharetheexperience.org.

Don't Stare! How to Safely Watch Today's Partial Solar Eclipse: During the late afternoon today, a partial solar eclipse will be visible from much of North America before sundown. Partial eclipses occur when the moon blocks part of the sun from view. However, it is NEVER safe to look at the sun with the naked eye. A partial solar eclipse occurs when the moon obscures only part of the sun from Earth's view. Image Credit: T. Ruen #eclipse #solareclipse #nasa #sun #moon #science

Whether you’re exploring your city or forging new paths, awe-inspiring scenery is all around us. For this week’s #photochallenge, we’re partnering with @getolympus to explore the great outdoors. We want to see your photos of the #landscapes that call to you: a crowded city street, a stretch of rural countryside or the ocean waves at dawn, for example. Tag your photos with #GreatOutdoorsPromo to submit for your chance to #win a new Olympus camera and lens. Click on the link in our profile for more info. (Image: @mcclure_photo)

A gorgeous photo of the changing fall colors in #Zion #NationalPark (#Utah). Kevin Roland captured this shot at one of @zionnps park's most popular areas -- the Narrows, a gorge with wall a thousand feet tall. Photo from www.sharetheexperience.org.

Cartography of Extremes: In Search of the Wild - Photographs and text by Emmanuelle Blanc | LensCulture

When Chris McCandless journeyed into the far reaches of Alaska, he was going Into the Wild. But if Chris had been French, would there have been any place for him to go?<p>French photographer Emmanuelle Blanc was intrigued by the same question: does France have any wild left? Yes, the country has …