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Break The Habit- Peter McKinnon

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E aqui, uma espécie de “making of”:

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Peter McKinnon – YouTube Channel



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Giant great white shark thrills divers off Oahu

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Surface: Ben Thouard, World’s Best Underwater Surf Photographer

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SURFACE, a ROAM Original, is the story of how award-winning photographer Ben Thouard invented a new perspective of our world—shot underwater from inside a wave looking back at the landscape as never seen before. His love of the ocean, surfing, and windsurfing brought him to the small village of Teahupoo, Tahiti, where he can see the legendary surf break from his backyard. From the crystal clear waters of French Polynesia, his creative vision and desire to do something original took hold. After 15 years of trial and error, failure and success, he persevered to discover his own signature photographic style, as seen in his stunning new book, SURFACE. He hopes this new vision of our oceans, in their most pristine form, will inspire others to protect them. “Through this work, I hope people can realize that we need to take care of our garbage and recycle all of the plastic,” says Ben.


Untamed Americas – Gigantic School of Rays

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Spring Mix

Photograph by John Moran

“The effect is entirely natural but decidedly surreal as the swirling tannins of the Santa Fe River mix with clear spring water,” writes John Moran, who captured this view of a diver at Devil’s Ear spring in north Florida. It’s estimated that the state is home to more than 900 freshwater springs.

This photograph was submitted to the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest. Submit your best photo for a chance to win.

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Poster Dolphins

Photograph by Erika Hart, National Geographic Your Shot

A pod of spinner dolphins swims off Makua Beach, Hawaii, in this picture captured by Your Shot member Erika Hart during a solo swim. Groups of the sociable spinners can number in the thousands.

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Killer Tails

Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

Orcas show their smarts by working together to whip up a meal. Here, a pod hunts for herring in Norway’s Andfjorden. Members of the pod coordinate their moves, herding a mass of herring into a manageable ball. They then whip their tails against the ball, stunning or killing the fish.

See more pictures from the June 2015 feature story “Feeding Frenzy.”

The Discovery of the West Mata Volcano

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Pool of Light

Photograph by Kelsey Gerhard, National Geographic Your Shot

In the summer months in Virginia, writes Your Shot member Kelsey Gerhard, “my daughters practically live in the water.” And the beauty of the girls in their element has become one of Gerhard’s favorite things to photograph. “One night, I knew we would be swimming late at a nearby pool, and I brought along my Nikon D700 and Ikelite underwater housing to play. I knew the pool lights would create some interesting images, but I did not realize just how magical they would be.”

The Azores in 5K Atlantic Ridge Productions

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