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Photo by @andywcoleman // The souks of Marrakech are a seemingly infinite maze of shops selling everything you can imagine. It is both chaotic and organized - bursting with energy and colors. I tried to keep up with the man pulling this massive cart of yarn but he swiftly moved through the narrow corridors and disappeared into the crowd. by natgeotravel

@JayDickmanPhoto. During the most recent National Geographic "Around the World by Private Jet" Expedition, in Morocco found this gentleman who was responsible for fueling the furnace (Farnatchi) keeping the water heated in public baths in the Marrakech souk. Shot with Olympus E-M1 and 12-40mm Pro lens. @natgeocreative

Photo by @KristaRossow // Sydneysiders know theyve got a good thing with their coastline. I took the walk from the famous Bondi Beach which was covered in sun and surf worshippers along the rocky coastline to Bronte Beach. This fabulous Bondi to Bronte coastal walk awards stunning views of the landscape and fantastic people watching. I took this shot on the cliffs near Tamarama Beach which is a great spot to watch the surfers in action and take in the sunset. You just may meet a four-legged…

“Photo by @Spono. Went out to #HucksLookout in the southern #FlindersRanges for #sunrise following evening storms. Absolutely blew my mind. Storms still…”

Photo by @jonathankingston Happy Valentines day! Storms in the Bering sea island in the middle of the pacific = heart shaped wave. Captured in Hawaii December 2014. Because theres nothing more beautiful than the way the ocean refuses to stop kissing the shoreline no matter how many times its sent away. - Sarah Kay by natgeotravel

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Photo by @Spono. Spent the day out in #Schull #WestCork with one of the coolest people I've met @fingalferguson. After taking over his family's old farm he has brought a renewed energy and spark to the venture. From a full dairy to cheese making to sausage making and smoking to even making his own chef knives I'm not quite sure what he doesn't do! We wandered the beautiful grounds of the farm all day but I kept being drawn back to the amazing light in his knife workshop. The old bulbs tools…

Photo by @catherinekarnow. The ancient hill village of Saint-Cirq-Lapopie in the Lot Valley Dordogne is considered to be one of the most beautiful villages in France. It is perched on a steep cliff 300 feet above the river Lot. I was here on assignment for #natgeotraveler magazine a few years ago and what I remember most is that as lovely as this village was there was nowhere to eat breakfast. The only place open in the morning was a small shop selling foie gras which I ate every morning…

@JayDickmanPhoto On the National Geographic Expedition Cook Islands to Tahiti: Pristine Reefs of the South Pacific. While diving off of Rangiroa Atoll in French Polynesia we came upon a large school of barracuda swirling like a tornado. Rangiroa is the largest of the Tuamotu Atolls and the second largest in the world. Ill be speaking at a National Geographic seminar in Cincinnati Ohio on Sunday November 22 for info please visit the National Geographic Seminars website and search for…

“Photo by @chrisburkard || Athabasca River in Alberta, Canada is a must for all avid adventure seekers. If it wasn’t for the crisp outdoor air you just…”