Traveling with National Geographic

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  1. There is no better way to observe other cultures and see the wonders of the world than to travel around the world and experience it for yourself . Explore the world through the lens of National Geographic as they take the audience from the coast of Papua New Guinea , all the way to the ice sheets of Greenland. Many don't understand the importance of travel, until they see how much it really expands the mind and views of the world.
  2. Photo by @FransLanting “Rebirth” I share this in celebration of Earth Day. New forests of coastal redwoods are growing tall again close to where I live in Santa Cruz, California. They were nearly wiped out in the 19th century when forests were clearcut for the construction boom in San Francisco. California’s oldest state park was established in 1902 in the Santa Cruz Mountains to save the last giants. To create this image, I used hidden strobes to illuminate a cathedral of majestic redwood trees. To learn more about my creative techniques for plant photography, watch my video @FransLanting. 
@thephotosociety @natgeotravel @CreativeLive #CreativeLive #NaturePhotography #Beauty #Nature #Creativity #PhotoWorkshop #Forests #Redwoods #EarthDay
    Photo by @FransLanting “Rebirth” I share this in celebration of Earth Day. New forests of coastal redwoods are growing tall again close to where I live in Santa Cruz, California. They were nearly wiped out in the 19th century when forests were clearcut for the construction boom in San Francisco. California’s oldest state park was established in 1902 in the Santa Cruz Mountains to save the last giants. To create this image, I used hidden strobes to illuminate a cathedral of majestic redwood trees. To learn more about my creative techniques for plant photography, watch my video @FransLanting. @thephotosociety @natgeotravel @CreativeLive #CreativeLive #NaturePhotography #Beauty #Nature #Creativity #PhotoWorkshop #Forests #Redwoods #EarthDay
  3. Our journey begins right here in the United States in Santa Cruz, California. The redwood trees, also called coastal redwoods, are found in California, thriving in the most humid parts of the northern area. These trees are some of the most magnificent, growing up to 378 feet tall.
  4. Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - As the sun begins to set over Tavurvur volcano in Rabaul, it marks the beginning of a fishing trip for these two boys in their dugout canoe, just off the eastern coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
    Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - As the sun begins to set over Tavurvur volcano in Rabaul, it marks the beginning of a fishing trip for these two boys in their dugout canoe, just off the eastern coast of New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
  5. Photograph by @cookjenshel

For Earth Day we all need to take action to preserve this incredible planet we live on – it is the only one we can call home.  Thirty years ago we made our first trip to Greenland, to begin a project photographing the beauty of that ice-filled country. To our great distress, on every successive trip we witnessed increasing amounts of ice melt.  Please take what steps you can, we’re all in this together. 
@natgeogreative  @thephotosociety  @natgeo  #EarthDay #ScienceMarch #ClimateChange #GoGreen #Recycle #ParisAgreement #Nature #Greenland
    Photograph by @cookjenshel For Earth Day we all need to take action to preserve this incredible planet we live on – it is the only one we can call home. Thirty years ago we made our first trip to Greenland, to begin a project photographing the beauty of that ice-filled country. To our great distress, on every successive trip we witnessed increasing amounts of ice melt. Please take what steps you can, we’re all in this together. @natgeogreative @thephotosociety @natgeo #EarthDay #ScienceMarch #ClimateChange #GoGreen #Recycle #ParisAgreement #Nature #Greenland
  6. Greenland is in fact the world's largest island, but is also the country with the lowest population density; at the center lies an enormous Greenland Ice Sheet, with rugged mountainous land surrounding it. The dancing northern lights can be seen in Greenland on a clear autumn or winter night, always causing wonder and amazement among those who have never seen it before.
  7. Only two days left to own a signed print from one of your favorite @natgeo photographers. Visit natgeo.com/flashsale (link in profile) to see the collection of photographs available until April 22nd. Here are some of our favorites from @coryrichards, @cookjenshel, @chamiltonjames, @pedromcbride, @dguttenfelder, and @timlaman. #earthday @natgeocreative
    Only two days left to own a signed print from one of your favorite @natgeo photographers. Visit natgeo.com/flashsale (link in profile) to see the collection of photographs available until April 22nd. Here are some of our favorites from @coryrichards, @cookjenshel, @chamiltonjames, @pedromcbride, @dguttenfelder, and @timlaman. #earthday @natgeocreative
  8. Photo by @JimRichardsonNG The Scottish Moors were awash with purple heather that morning last Fall, with the River Dee meandering down the glen towards Braemar in Scotland. The Queen takes up summer residence further down at Balmoral, completing the Royal links between this iconic landscape and it rich history. This image is part of our larger coverage of the Scottish Moors in the May issue National Geographic magazine, with photography I did over the last two years. The Moors and grand estates encapsulate the greater issue of what constitutes a natural landscape and who gets to control Scottish land. But that morning the only thing that mattered to me and my able assistant Paul Tomkins was the glorious light highlighting a glorious bit of moors. @natgeocreative #scotland #nature
    Photo by @JimRichardsonNG The Scottish Moors were awash with purple heather that morning last Fall, with the River Dee meandering down the glen towards Braemar in Scotland. The Queen takes up summer residence further down at Balmoral, completing the Royal links between this iconic landscape and it rich history. This image is part of our larger coverage of the Scottish Moors in the May issue National Geographic magazine, with photography I did over the last two years. The Moors and grand estates encapsulate the greater issue of what constitutes a natural landscape and who gets to control Scottish land. But that morning the only thing that mattered to me and my able assistant Paul Tomkins was the glorious light highlighting a glorious bit of moors. @natgeocreative #scotland #nature
  9. Scottish Heather, the legendary flower of Scotland, is perfectly suited for the wild rugged hills it grows on. The most common type is 'ling', which is hearty, fast growing and loves wet soil. Heather grows freely and abundantly, spreading it's vibrant purple hues across five million acres of Scottish moorland, glens, and hills.
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