Για ακόμα μια μέρα το National Geographic μας συγκινεί με το φωτογραφικό του υλικό στα social- media.

Φωτογραφίες εμπνευσμένες από τις ζωές ανθρώπων.

Κάθε πόζα και μια στιγμή. Κάθε στιγμή και μια εμπειρία.

Δείτε τρείς μοναδικές φωτογραφίες.

Photograph by @CristinaMittermeier // Humans have benefited from the riches of the sea since the beginning of time. We should know by now that if our oceans thrive, so do we. Fishermen around the world, like these sailors from Kanyakumari setting their sails at first light in the southern tip of India, constantly head out to sea to fill their nets with a wealth of animal protein and essential nutrients. So many lives, human and otherwise, depend on it, yet we fail to manage it with infinite care and caution. Our fate has always been tied to the fate of fish and we are at a crossroads. What we do or fail to do with the ocean in the next ten years will determine our fate in the next one hundred years. #FollowMe on @CristinaMittermeier for more dialogue on ocean conservation. #sustainable #nature #ocean #conservation

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Γνωρίζετε που βρίσκεται το Τροντχάιμ;

Έκτακτο δελτίο καιρού από την ΕΜΥ: Έρχονται έντονα φαινόμενα!

Photo by @renan_ozturk – “In Diné (Navajo) traditional stories there are twin warriors who killed monsters to save their people. Twins are very sacred in that way. When the Totem was brought in they were the first ones to run to it and went all the way around it clockwise like in our ceremonies…that’s just how they are, very aware.” – Lovena Lee, Diné from Tolikan AZ told me about her twin grandchildren who played rambunctiously in the dirt by the totem pole. – I also believe that the indomitable spirit of these little ones at the @protectbearsears Bears Ears Summer inter-tribal gathering will some day play an important role in preserving this special place…cemented deep in their senses by experiences like this! – #bearsearsheals2018

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