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“There is something deeply rooted in the human soul that draws us to sites of unimaginable disaster. Pompeii, Antietam…”

“But in the 21st century we hold a special awe for the aftermath of nuclear destruction. 45 more words

Still Life

Pure Life

Laborers work among the dust and debris at a brick field in Kolkata, India. “Men and women work together every day to earn some money for their family,” writes Shibasish Saha, a member of our Your Shot community. 42 more words

In The Moment

National Geographic Pure Life

National Geographic Photo of the Day

Laborers work among the dust and debris at a brick field in Kolkata, India. “Men and women work together every day to earn some money for their family,” writes Shibasish Saha, a member of our Your Shot community. 30 more words

Daily Pictures

National Geographic Partners With Shell...WTF?

Why has the global environmental ambassador that we’ve all come to know and love so much, “National Geographic”, decided to become partners with “Royal Dutch Shell”, one of the richest corporations in the world and one of the worst when it comes to environmental destruction, human rights abuses, lies, cover-ups, clean ups etc. 73 more words

USA - Spectacular view of Grand Canyon (2)

Welcome back!

Continuing from my previous post, from Hoover Dam, it was a 3 and 1/2hr ride to the National Geographic IMAX Theater Grand Canyon. 129 more words

Sight

The Impressiveness of Cephalopod Sight

We’ve long known that octopuses have some of the most powerful eyes among invertebrates, but a recently published article in the Journal of Experimental Biology  502 more words

Biology

Edmonton, Canada: Festival City

Just this week I happened to read an article on National Geographic about the Top 10 summer trips of 2015.  Going through the list I ended up finding feelings of confusion and shock as I noticed… 293 more words