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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - We're exploring glacier caves and moulins below the majestic Matterhorn on the Gorner glacier in Switzerland. This annual expedition monitors the rate in which these caves change over time. For the next few weeks I'll be uploading photographs from the expedition here. For more from this year and last year's expedition please visit my feed @shonephoto by natgeo

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - We're exploring glacier caves and moulins below the majestic Matterhorn on the Gorner glacier in Switzerland. This annual expedition monitors the rate in which these caves change over time. For the next few weeks I'll be uploading photographs from the expedition here. For more from this year and last year's expedition please visit my feed @shonephoto by natgeo

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Deep inside the Gorner glacier Switzerland a member of our team of Italian explorers ascends a rope in a narrow slot through the beautifully sculptured ice. As a result of the movement of the glacier such moulins don't exist for long it is therefore important to carry out thorough documentation as next year this cave will be gone. by natgeo

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Deep inside the Gorner glacier Switzerland a member of our team of Italian explorers ascends a rope in a narrow slot through the beautifully sculptured ice. As a result of the movement of the glacier such moulins don't exist for long it is therefore important to carry out thorough documentation as next year this cave will be gone. by natgeo

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Ten years after the 'Raging Danger' expedition that featured in the September 2006 issue of @NatGeo magazine I'm heading back to the same island New Britain to continue exploration of these wild and ferocious rivers that flow through the vast caves of Papua New Guinea. by natgeo

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Ten years after the 'Raging Danger' expedition that featured in the September 2006 issue of @NatGeo magazine I'm heading back to the same island New Britain to continue exploration of these wild and ferocious rivers that flow through the vast caves of Papua New Guinea. by natgeo

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Once both nets of equipment had been dropped off on the mountain next to the cave most of the team hitched a ride in the helicopter up to base camp leaving six of us to hike up around the back of Conturines - Spitze the mountain in the Italian Dolomites where the cave lies. However thanks to fresh deep snow that had fallen the night before progress was slow and very tiring. by natgeo

Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - Once both nets of equipment had been dropped off on the mountain next to the cave most of the team hitched a ride in the helicopter up to base camp leaving six of us to hike up around the back of Conturines - Spitze the mountain in the Italian Dolomites where the cave lies. However thanks to fresh deep snow that had fallen the night before progress was slow and very tiring. by natgeo

The year 1926: A child sitting on a Hereford bull near Pleasanton California. Flashback 127 years into photographic history as we bring you images from the Natgeo archivessee more at natgeofound.tumblr.com @natgeocreative Photo by Charles Martin by natgeo

The year 1926: A child sitting on a Hereford bull near Pleasanton California. Flashback 127 years into photographic history as we bring you images from the Natgeo archivessee more at natgeofound.tumblr.com @natgeocreative Photo by Charles Martin by natgeo

Lange Cave Arizona Photo by @salvarezphoto (Stephen Alvarez) Thinking about my friend @pedromcbride currently walking the entire length of the #GrandCanyon and planning my own return to the canyon this spring led me to this image of Lange Cave that I shot years ago. The Canyon is such an amazing place full of surprises. This cave is just below one of the most visited places in the park but is all but inaccessible.  #arizona by natgeo

Lange Cave Arizona Photo by @salvarezphoto (Stephen Alvarez) Thinking about my friend @pedromcbride currently walking the entire length of the #GrandCanyon and planning my own return to the canyon this spring led me to this image of Lange Cave that I shot years ago. The Canyon is such an amazing place full of surprises. This cave is just below one of the most visited places in the park but is all but inaccessible. #arizona by natgeo

Where in the world is @nytimestravel? Once a week our globetrotting friends ask the Instagram community to guess where a photographer traveled to take photographs for the upcoming issue. Let us know where you think @marcogarciaphotography was when he captured this sunny #beach. Follow @nytimestravel to see one more visual photo of this weeks mystery destination. # by nytimes

Where in the world is @nytimestravel? Once a week our globetrotting friends ask the Instagram community to guess where a photographer traveled to take photographs for the upcoming issue. Let us know where you think @marcogarciaphotography was when he captured this sunny #beach. Follow @nytimestravel to see one more visual photo of this weeks mystery destination. # by nytimes

Photograph by @paulnicklen // What is your dream wildlife encounter?  This is in my top 5. With ivory tusks up to 10 feet long a pod of male narwhals breath before heading back under the ice to gorge on polar cod.  Algae and plankton grow on the underside of the sea ice copepods and amphipods feed on the plankton cod feed on the amphipods narwhals feed on the cod and polar bears occasionally feed on narwhals.  So goes the cycle of life in the Arctic.  Ice is like the soil in a garden.without…

Photograph by @paulnicklen // What is your dream wildlife encounter? This is in my top 5. With ivory tusks up to 10 feet long a pod of male narwhals breath before heading back under the ice to gorge on polar cod. Algae and plankton grow on the underside of the sea ice copepods and amphipods feed on the plankton cod feed on the amphipods narwhals feed on the cod and polar bears occasionally feed on narwhals. So goes the cycle of life in the Arctic. Ice is like the soil in a garden.without…

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#LonelyPlanet writers, @teambenter (Sarah Bennett & Lee Slater), have been exploring #NewZealand by mountain bike recently. In this photo, Sarah is crossing the 141m long, 53m high Maramataha Suspension Bridge on the Timber Trail of the North Island, which is part of the New Zealand Cycle Trail.

#LonelyPlanet writers, @teambenter (Sarah Bennett & Lee Slater), have been exploring #NewZealand by mountain bike recently. In this photo, Sarah is crossing the 141m long, 53m high Maramataha Suspension Bridge on the Timber Trail of the North Island, which is part of the New Zealand Cycle Trail.

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