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Geisel Library, UCSD, La Jolla

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Geisel Library at UCSD is an architectural marvel, and if you search online you’ll find thousands of photos of this beautiful structure. Although I have two sisters that have graduated from UCSD, I’ve never taken the time to photograph the library! Today, I decided to kill two birds (three if you count Shot From the Edge) with one stone… take …

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Meet the Master Photographer on a Mission to Help us See the Sea

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A circle of barracuda swirls around Dinah Halstead in Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea. Schools of barracuda often form circles in the sea as a defensive behavior. Dinah extended her hand as they swam around her, creating a gesture that makes the picture stronger. —David Doubilet PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVID DOUBILET Without photography, the world beneath the ocean’s surface would remain …

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Nice Shot! How a Photographer Captured a Once-in-a-Lifetime Image of Lightning

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As an evening storm lights up the sky near Wood River, Nebraska, about 413,000 sandhill cranes—tall, bugling, crimson-capped birds—arrive to roost in the shallows of the Platte River, which is fed by the aquifer. PHOTOGRAPH BY RANDY OLSON, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC This shot happened on my last night on assignment. I was working on astory about the Ogallala Aquifer near Wood …

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Behind the Picture: The 2016 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year

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A horseman charges across the frozen plain in Inner Mongolia. Photographer Anthony Lau captured this misty moment on his trip to the region. PHOTOGRAPH BY ANTHONY LAU, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC YOUR SHOT Nat Geo Travel spoke with the 2016 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year, Anthony Lau, to learn how he made the grand prize-winning photo. Congratulations on winning the …