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More awesome Korean lessons!
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@Regranned from @natgeo - Photo by @jenniferhayesig Bayei fisherwomen head home at dusk in The Northern Panhandle region of the Okavango Delta, Botswana. We were lucky to witness the life sustaining art of basket fishing in the recently flooded shallows. The Okavango Delta is an oasis of freshwater that expands across the Kalahari Desert with the annual rains in that pour down from the Angolan Mountains. This rain water that supplies the Okavango Delta is the life blood of an ark of wildlife. // from our coverage of Miracle Delta with @NatGeo with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety // #okavangodelta #botswana #fishing #beauty #sunset #africa #life #gratitude #instagood #life #women for #morestories follow @jenniferhayesig - #regrann
@Regranned from @robleophotography - Taken at The Gap, Sydney Australia. Finally a sunrise with a little bit of colour 😊 To see more of my adventures make sure you check out www.robleophotography.com #sydney #australia #australiagram #australia_shotz #ig_discovery_australia #icu_aussies #ig_australia #canwenow #sydney_gram #seeaustralia #beautifuldestinations #destination_nsw #wonderful_places #ilovesydney #earthpics #thegap #watsonsbay #vacluse #ourplanetdaily #mynikonlife #aussiephotos #exploringaustralia #jaw_dropping_shots #igersSydney #sydneyharbour #focusaustralia #sky_sultans #inspiring_photography_admired #easternsuburbssydney #bondibeach @NikonAustralia @Australia @Sydney @VisitNSW
@Regranned from @natgeo - Photo by @ciriljazbec / Samburu warriors whose wives attend the school. Published this week in @natgeo story 'In Rural Africa, Tablets Revolutionize the Classroom'. BRCK tablets are opening up new learning opportunities for the Samburu tribe women and children in the Kenyan reserve. Follow link in my profile @ciriljazbec to read the entire story and see more photos! - #regrann
@Regranned from @natgeo - Photograph by @juanarre (Juan Arredondo) Tourist and visitors enjoy the panoramic view from the rooftop of a Hotel located in the exclusive neighborhood of El Poblado in Medellin typifies the growing nightlife and appeal of the city. It's a dramatic change from the violent days under Escobar's Medellin Cartel, which brought the city to be the most dangerous city in the world at one point. After 52 years of internal conflict, this hopeful nation seek a lasting peace and new opportunities. Shot on assignment this month's issue of @natgeo 'The healing of Colombia' with text by Alma Guillermoprieto. To see more about Colombia or to learn more about the changes that are taking place. Follow me @juanarre on instragram #colombia #peaceprocess #medellin #almaguillermoprieto #postconflict #photooftheday #everedaylatinamerica - #regrann
@Regranned from @natgeotravel - Photograph by @paulnicklen // Adorable husky sled dogs sit in the sled that they will someday pull around the Yukon Territory. I do not know what it is about sled dogs, but they steal my heart every time I spend time with them. #follow me on @paulnicklen to see more from the #arctic // #dogs #pets #nature #animals #cute #beauty @thephotosociety - #regrann
@Regranned from @natgeotravel - Photo by @max.lowe // The wildlife that shares our home ground here in Montana is one of the most delightful parts about living in a state with so much wild and open land. I encountered this young red fox while working on a project in the Big Hole Valley several summers back, and my interactions with him have stuck with me since, looking down my lens into his curious and gentle gaze. To see more #travelphotography from his backyard in Montana and beyond, follow @max.lowe - #regrann
@Regranned from @natgeotravel - Photo: @andy_mann // An unforgettable sunset paints a masterpiece above a dying iceberg in Antarctica. The stillness of this moment is hard to convey in a photograph. These Antarctic landscapes are changing so fast. Shot #onassignment for @sea_legacy @natgeo in Antarctica. // #followme @andy_mann for more travel images to the furthest reaches of our fragile planet. 🙏🏼 - #regrann
@Regranned from @natgeo - Photography by @stephenwilkes. The island of Manhattan is the most densely populated borough of NYC. It is known as a cultural, financial and entertainment capital of the world. I am lucky enough to live just an hour away and spend many many days in NYC. I am always seeing something new and beautiful. This aerial of Manhattan at dusk is a view I never tire of. Happy New year to all and here’s to all good things in 2018! To see more of my photography, please follow me @stephenwilkes. #NYC #NYCaerial #NYCskyline #Manhattan #Aerial - #regrann
@Regranned from @natgeo - Photo by @coryrichards // Captured #withgalaxy S8, produced with @samsungmobileusa // Stilt fishermen in the shallow waters of Koggala Beach, Sri Lanka. Stilt fishing is a practice synonymous with Sri Lankan culture, but one that has all but disappeared as a means of subsistence. Far from ancient, the method began just after the Second World War when food shortages and over fishing forced innovative locals to develop new methods to catch fish in the shallow water. Erecting ’stilt’ platforms just off the beach allowed them to fish the reefs just out of reach by foot. It is a tiresome practice and yields meager returns at best. As time passed, the tradition dwindled in popularity, and was all but destroyed by the Tsunami in 2004. Only a handful of fishermen use this method to catch fish at all anymore. Paradoxically, a 'cultural tourism' industry has grown around the southern beaches where men such as these charge tourists a nominal fee to make an image. This phenomenon of cultural tourism is hardly unique. Traditions observed as ‘exotic’ or ‘beautiful', no matter how impractical, are often re-appropriated to meet a tourist demand. The Cormorant Fisherman of China are one example, the KoiSaan Bushmen of southern Africa another. People hoping to find lost enclaves of tradition are often disappointed to find that these traditions no longer exist in their ‘authentic’ form, failing to see that it is the same zest that drove them to photograph these situations in the first place is the exact same reason that the practices themselves ONLY exist for tourist consumption anymore. Ultimately we are left with a philosophical conundrum: Is it better that the practices survive as a show or should they quietly disappear into memory? If the ‘fisherman’ can make more money pretending to fish for the lens of a traveler, who is the traveler to chastise that choice? There are no clear answers, but no shortage of opinions. - #regrann
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@Regranned from @water - She has more important things to do in 2018. 💧Make access to safe water at home possible for her family and for the 844 million others who are in need of the life-giving source. 💧Make your end of year, tax deductible donation today via the link in our profile. #givewater #giveHOPE - #regrann