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FATEFUL DAY --- At 6:45 a.m. on April 18, 2014, a massive section of ice calved off the hanging glacier on Mount Everest’s west shoulder and roared a thousand feet down into the upper Khumbu Icefall, killing 16 mountain workers. By Martin Gamache. Published on November 2014

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Inside a Wari Tomb - Peru. Click for interactive to see all the layers of mummification. This Wari noblewoman went to her grave with wealth and in splendor, dressed in a finely woven tunic and shawl, and adorned with precious jewels. NGM June 2014.

Untouched - Graphic: Burial Fit for a Queen

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Portfolio of the Week - Fernando Baptista - Visualoop

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Barcelona’s natural wonder

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Building Trajan’s column

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Building Gobekli Tepe

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Easter Island

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Orphan amazonian manatee Photo by Luis Eduardo Sandoval Bavaresco -- National Geographic Your Shot

Orphan amazonian manatee Photo by Luis Eduardo Sandoval Bavaresco -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Fast Ice Landing Photo by Andra Popa -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Daily Dozen -- Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen -- Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Smoked Fish Photo by KeerthiK B -- National Geographic Your Shot

Smoked Fish Photo by KeerthiK B -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Valencia - Falleras Photo by Jose Llaveria -- National Geographic Your Shot

Valencia - Falleras Photo by Jose Llaveria -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Girl in Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan Photo by Corneliu Cazacu -- National Geographic Your Shot

Girl in Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan Photo by Corneliu Cazacu -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Togetherness in a warm tub

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Trolls' Path Photo by G. Petkov -- National Geographic Your Shot

Trolls' Path Photo by G. Petkov -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Date palms and reeds fed by an underground aquifer fringe the shore of Umm al Maa, one of about a dozen salty pools in the Ubari Sand Sea

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National Geographic: Mount Everest

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Ghadames, Libya Photograph by George Steinmetz Tight clusters of traditional mud-brick-and-palm houses have stood for centuries in Ghadames, a pre-Roman oasis town in the Sahara. Rooftop walkways allowed women to move freely, concealed from men’s view. Credit: National Geographic.

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Timbuktu, National Geographic 1975

Architecture of Doom

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Herring . by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

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Under the Ice . by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

Emperor Penguins

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Bridalveil Fall, Yosemite National Park, California // National Geographic, 1951

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Stephen Alvarez (@salvarezphoto) at work on his recently published story about the first artists, this time captured inside the #Cave of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc in #France. #nokialumia #nokialumia1020 #lumia1020 #lumia #neverstopexploring #letsexplore @natgeocreative

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alfiusdebux: Schoolgirls climb Gold Hill past old abbey walls in Shaftesbury, England, 1955, Kathleen Revis. National Geographic

The Shore & The Sea

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