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21 June 2024
A dog that enjoys daily scooter rides in Turkey, Olympic skateboarding qualifiers in Hungary, a deadly train collision in India, a solstice wedding at Stonehenge, forest fires in California, coastal flooding in Texas, Eid al-Adha prayers in Iran, a performance by Post Malone in Tennessee, and much more To receive an email notification every time ne...
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20 June 2024
The winners of the 15th annual Audubon Photography Awards were just announced. Photographers competed for nine prizes, submitting more than 2,300 entries depicting birdlife from all 50 U.S. states and nine Canadian provinces and territories. The National Audubon Society was once again kind enough to share some of the winning photographs with us. To...
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18 June 2024
As the first day of summer approaches, record-setting high temperatures have already been observed in several places across the Northern Hemisphere, and the American Northeast is bracing for a dangerous heat wave. People in Europe, Asia, and North America have taken to nearby beaches, lakes, and water parks to find relief. Collected below are recen...
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14 June 2024
Blackout conditions in parts of Ukraine, whale watching on the Australian coast, a track-and-field competition in Italy, worshippers around the Kaaba in Saudi Arabia, flooding in parts of southern Florida, fencers in training in Kenya, anti-government protests in Argentina, and much more To receive an email notification every time a new photo story...
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13 June 2024
Half a century ago, President Richard Nixon resigned from office, streaking took off as a fad, and the stuntman Evel Knievel attempted to jump across a canyon in a rocket motorcycle. Also in 1974, the boxers Muhammad Ali and George Foreman fought in Zaire in a match dubbed the “Rumble in the Jungle,” Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s career home-run rec...
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11 June 2024
In recent days, people in cities and villages across China have been celebrating the Dragon Boat Festival. Locals and tourists gather to watch dragon-boat races, enjoy traditional food, and pray for good luck during this annual summer folk festival. Gathered below are recent images from festivals in Foshan, Nanjing, Fuzhou, Beijing, and more. To re...
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07 June 2024
Two rocket launches from the southern United States, flooding rivers in southwestern Germany, commemorations on the 80th anniversary of the D-Day Landings in France, a scene from the French Open tennis tournament in Paris, continued Israeli attacks in Gaza, large-scale calligraphy as artwork in Iraq, a solar-thermal power generation plant in China,...
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06 June 2024
For the past week, sites in the United Kingdom and France have been hosting a number of events leading up to today, the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings of June 6, 1944. Veterans, families, dignitaries, and visitors have gathered at former battlefields and cemeteries to commemorate the Allied landings on the beaches of Normandy, which turned ...
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31 May 2024
Warrior horse racing in Japan, scenes from the Cannes Film Festival in France, a new volcanic eruption in Iceland, a Memorial Day display in Boston, anti-drone technology displayed in Ukraine, a performance by AC/DC in Italy, competitive surfing in Tahiti, and much more To receive an email notification every time new photo stories are published, si...
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30 May 2024
The Panamanian government recently presented keys to new houses to about 300 families from Cartí Sugtupu, a small and crowded Caribbean island that is threatened by rising sea levels and a lack of space. The indigenous communities on Cartí Sugtupu and neighboring islands have recently faced increasing floods and damage from storms. Starting in 2015...
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28 May 2024
Crowds gathered on Cooper’s Hill once again yesterday, on a farm near Gloucester, England, cheering as racers took part in the annual Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake. Continuing a tradition that dates back at least 200 years, participants chase a nine-pound wheel of Double Gloucester cheese, running in a chaotic scramble down a very steep and...
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24 May 2024
An airline for dogs in New York, horse racing in Baltimore, the Olympic torch relay in southwestern France, a Catholic pilgrimage in a Spanish village, the World Para Athletics Championships in Japan, a tornado’s path of destruction in Iowa, and much more To receive an email notification every time new photo stories are published, sign up here. An ...
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23 May 2024
Several weeks ago, Russian forces began intensifying artillery bombardment and ground advances in border villages across Ukraine’s Kharkiv region, and launching deadly missile attacks into the center of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city. Thousands of civilians have already fled the area in an ongoing evacuation. While firefighters in residenti...
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21 May 2024
The International Space Station is currently hosting seven crew members of Expedition 71, which began on April 6. The ISS orbits the Earth at about 17,150 miles per hour, orbiting the planet about 16 times a day. In recent months, the astronauts and cosmonauts of Expeditions 70 and 71 have taken some amazing photographs of our lovely planet as they...
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17 May 2024
Surgery at a teddy bear hospital in Germany, a performance at the Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden, coyote pups at an animal park in France, destructive flooding in Brazil and Indonesia, a fashion show in Saudi Arabia, the Northern Lights above England, and much more To receive an email notification every time new photo stories are published, sign...
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16 May 2024
The German Society for Nature Photography (GDT) just announced the winning images in its annual members-only photo competition, selected from more than 8,000 entries in seven categories, including Birds, Mammals, Other Animals, Plants & Fungi, Landscapes, and Nature’s Studio. Contest organizers were kind enough to share some of the winning and hono...
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15 May 2024
The 148th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show took place in New York City over the past week, showcasing more than 3,000 dogs of 200 different breeds and varieties. This year’s Best in Show was awarded to a miniature poodle named Sage. Gathered below are images from this year’s competition, held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Cent...
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10 May 2024
The ruins of a mountain monastery in Turkey, tornado damage in Oklahoma, a dress rehearsal for the Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden, devastating floods in southern Brazil, a drone expo in South Korea, ongoing Russian drone attacks in Ukraine, camel rides in a Chinese desert, fireflies on a forest trail in Taiwan, and much more To receive an email ...
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08 May 2024
For more than a week now, torrential rainfall in Brazil’s southern state of Rio Grande do Sul has swollen rivers, triggered landslides, and caused widespread flooding. More than 90 deaths have been blamed on the flooding, with another 130 people listed as missing. Rescue efforts continue across the state and in the hard-hit city of Porto Alegre. Th...
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06 May 2024
In the Greek village of Vrontados, each year during Greek Orthodox Easter celebrations, members of two rival churches hold a traditional “rocket war” by firing thousands of homemade fireworks toward each other while services are held. The goal for each side is to hit the bell in the tower of the opposing church. The festival, called Rouketopolemos,...
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04 May 2024
On May 4, 1970, 54 years ago today, members of the Ohio National Guard opened fire on a crowd of student protesters gathered on the campus of Ohio’s Kent State University, killing four students and injuring another nine. Several hundred students had been protesting against the Nixon administration’s expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia, and t...
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03 May 2024
Devastating floods across Kenya, a Pagan fire festival in Scotland, antler gathering in Wyoming, pro-Palestinian demonstrations at many American colleges, the Olympic Flame en route to France, a movie premiere in Sydney, a badminton competition in China, and much more The Horsehead Nebula, imaged by the NIRCam instrument on NASA's James Webb Space ...
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26 April 2024
A volcanic eruption in Indonesia, a tilting tower in Taiwan, a growing refugee camp in Chad, the Tokyo Rainbow Pride Parade in Japan, humanitarian aid parachuted into Gaza, protests opposing Israel’s attacks on Gaza in the United States, a performance by Phish at the Sphere in Las Vegas, and much more Spiral bookshelves are seen in a bookshop in Gu...
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24 April 2024
Across the length of Chile, stretching 2,650 miles (4,265 kilometers) from north to south, more than 40 national parks have been established in the past century, protecting many endangered species, wild landscapes, and natural wonders. Collected below are images of several of these parks, from Lauca National Park, in the altiplano of Chile’s far no...
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22 April 2024
On this Earth Day, a day set aside to remember and appreciate the environment and our responsibilities and roles within it, I wanted to gather a selection of images of the incredibly diverse bird life that we share this planet with. Tens of billions of individual animals are divided among some 10,000 species, inhabiting nearly every environment on ...
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19 April 2024
Eid al-Fitr prayers in India, trophy winners at the Boston Marathon, the burning of a historic building in Denmark, a wildfire in Kosovo, widespread flooding in Russia, a joyous water festival in Thailand, a music festival in China, and much more A woman stands on a breakwater in China's southwestern city of Chongqing on April 13, 2024. ( AFP / Get...
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18 April 2024
The winning entries of the annual World Press Photo Contest ​have just been announced. This year, according to organizers, 61,062 images were submitted for judging, made by 3,851 photographers from 130 different countries. World Press Photo was once again kind enough to share some of this year’s global and regional winners, gathered below. Europe, ...
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17 April 2024
Over the course of World War II, countless challenges made basic transportation difficult, costly, and dangerous. The need for fast, efficient, and quiet ways of moving people from A to B—despite fuel shortages, damaged roads, and ongoing battles—led many soldiers and civilians to take advantage of bicycles as transport. Troops in some areas became...
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15 April 2024
Crowds of music fans gathered once more in Indio, California, this weekend, for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, catching performances by Doja Cat, Jon Batiste, Vampire Weekend, Sabrina Carpenter, Lil Yachty, Gwen Stefani, Peso Pluma, Atarashii Gakko, the Aquabats, and many more artists. Gathered below are images of this year’s perform...
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05 April 2024
The World Coal Carrying Championships in England, damage from an earthquake in Taiwan, a destroyed hospital in the Gaza Strip, a beekeeper at work in Ukraine, cherry tree blossoms in Germany, an appearance of the Easter bunny at the White House, rally racing in Kenya, flooding in west-central France, and much more Dancers perform during auditions t...
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02 April 2024
As much of North America prepares for the upcoming total solar eclipse next week, I thought it would be fun to share some images from the recent (and not-so-recent) past of previous eclipses—annular, partial, and total—from around the world. Also pictured are some of the many observers sharing this fleeting experience, “witnessing the planetary ver...
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29 March 2024
A wildfire in Venezuela, cherry blossoms in eastern China, a deadly terrorist attack in Russia, a surf competition in Australia, Holy Week processions in Spain, a full moon above Istanbul, a vast solar power farm in Texas, and much more. An aerial view of the cargo vessel Dali, seen after it had crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge, causing it...
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26 March 2024
The winning images and photographers of this year’s World Nature Photography Awards have just been announced. Contest organizers have once more shared some of the winning images, shown below, from their 14 categories. Captions were provided by the photographers and have been lightly edited for style and clarity. Third Place, Behavior—Mammals. Eleph...
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25 March 2024
This week, Hindus around the world are celebrating Holi, the “festival of colors”—a springtime celebration where revelers throw brightly colored powders at friends and strangers alike. Participants gather to welcome the arrival of spring, commemorate Krishna’s pranks, and allow one another a chance to drop inhibitions and simply play and dance toge...
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22 March 2024
A massive ballet class in Mexico City, the Night of Ghosts festival in Greece, severe tornado damage in Indiana, a garbage-strewn beach in Bali, airdrops of humanitarian aid over the Gaza Strip, a St. Patrick’s Day parade in Tokyo, a robot among tulips in the Netherlands, colorful Holi celebrations in India, and much more A man, dressed as the Hind...
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21 March 2024
Tuesday marked the first day of spring, and the Northern Hemisphere has begun to warm, with flowers and trees in bloom. Gathered below is a small collection of images from recent weeks in North America, Asia, and Europe, of people enjoying flowering fields and trees—signs of warmer days to come. The Washington Monument is seen on March 18, 2024, fr...
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20 March 2024
For hundreds of years, residents of Valencia, Spain, have celebrated the arrival of spring and paid tribute to San Jose, the patron saint of the carpenters’ guild, by building and then ceremonially burning huge monuments made of wood, cardboard, and paper. The monuments, or fallas, consist of ninots, or figures, many of which are caricatures that p...
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15 March 2024
X-ray analysis of an 18th-century violin in France, scenes from the the Academy Awards in Hollywood, a march for International Women’s Day in Mexico, the launch of a SpaceX rocket in Texas, whitewater canoeing in New Zealand, Ramadan prayers in Indonesia, the Crufts dog show in England, and much more Demonstrators take part in a march to mark Inter...
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14 March 2024
Organizers of the 2024 British Wildlife Photography Awards just announced their collection of winners and runners-up. More than 14,000 images were submitted in 11 different categories, celebrating the wildlife and wild spaces found across the United Kingdom. Competition organizers were kind enough to share some of this year’s amazing images below. ...
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13 March 2024
The United Nations is warning that famine in Gaza is “almost inevitable.” Palestinians living in Gaza are struggling with extreme shortages of food, clean water, and medicine. Several countries, including Jordan, France, Egypt, the U.S., the United Arab Emirates, and now Germany, are coordinating airdrops of humanitarian aid to help alleviate the c...
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12 March 2024
The top entries in the 2024 Sony World Photography Awards Open Competition have been announced, and competition organizers were once more kind enough to share some of the winning and shortlisted photos from their 10 categories: Architecture, Creative, Landscape, Lifestyle, Motion, Natural World & Wildlife, Object, Portraiture, Street Photography, a...
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08 March 2024
Humanitarian aid airdropped into Gaza, the funeral of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Moscow, a skijoring competition in Colorado, a blizzard in California, scenes from Paris Fashion Week in France, a sinking cargo ship off the coast of Yemen, thousands of cross-country ski racers in Sweden, a parade of effigies in Bali, and much more A...
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05 March 2024
A century ago, regular radio broadcasts were on the rise, and people began tuning in to entertainment and news from around the world. Paris hosted the 1924 Summer Olympics, advancements in aviation were being made on several fronts, automobiles were becoming more prevalent (and dangerous), and prohibition in the U.S. was still in full swing. Studen...
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01 March 2024
Unusually warm weather in Turkey, a volcanic eruption in Mexico, sledding in Morocco, a job fair in China, wildfires in northern Texas, displaced Palestinians in Gaza, under-ice swimming in Italy, and much more Gray whales swim in the waters of the Gulf of California, in Mexico's Mar de Cortes on February 26, 2024. Every year gray whales travel the...
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28 February 2024
The Smokehouse Creek Fire, which was sparked on Monday, has already burned across more than 500,000 acres, pushed by high winds and dry conditions. It is the largest of several brush fires now burning across the Texas Panhandle and parts of northwestern Oklahoma, prompting evacuations and disaster declarations, as authorities warn that the weather ...
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23 February 2024
Farmers protest low crop prices in India, a shallow flood in Death Valley, a bird fair in Colombia, a wooden replica of the Eiffel Tower in France, unusually warm weather at a ski resort in Poland, a wild elephant in Sri Lanka, a chilly day at Niagara Falls, and much more An Iberian lynx runs after being released in the Sierra de Arana mountain ran...
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21 February 2024
Saturday will mark the two-year anniversary of Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. Although the Russian military initially made broad advances into the country beginning on February 24, 2022, Ukrainian forces, backed by Western support, resisted fiercely, forcing Russia to pull back into eastern and southern Ukraine. Soon, front lines hundreds of...
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20 February 2024
The winning entries in this year’s Underwater Photographer of the Year contest have just been announced, and Alex Dawson was named Underwater Photographer of the Year 2024 for his image of a whale skeleton on the seafloor, beneath the ice, in Greenland. Prizes and commendations were handed out in categories including Wide Angle, Macro, Wrecks, Beha...
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16 February 2024
A huge Valentine’s Day balloon drop in Russia, Carnival festivities in several countries, a town-wide football match in England, sumo wrestling for youngsters in Japan, the Super Bowl Halftime Show in Las Vegas, a destructive wildfire in New Zealand, diving at the World Aquatics Championship in Qatar, and much more A fireworks display throws off sp...
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13 February 2024
Carnival season 2024 is now under way across Europe and the Americas. These pre-Lent festivals, in many cases a blend of local pagan and Catholic traditions, usher out winter and welcome in spring. The largest and most famous—the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro—took place over the past few days. Gathered below are images of Carnivals around the world, i...
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11 February 2024
A special Sunday event: our eighth annual photo collection celebrating the magnificent birds of prey. These nocturnal hunters hail from Europe, Asia, North America, and South America, and are depicted here in photos from recent years. If you have some time today before the big game (or are skipping the event entirely), we invite you to take a look....
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02 October 2023
Het is iets over zes als de wekker gaat. Het is in huis net zo stil en donker als buiten. Ik ben eigenlijk al lang blij, nu de dagen korter worden komt dat de zelftoegestane hoeveelheid nachtrust van een vogelaar ten goede. Op de autoradio kondigt de kalme stem van de nacht-dj de schreeuwerige ochtenddj aan. Gelukkig ben ik net voordat de laatste b...
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31 December 2022
Terugbliktijd! 2022 is het jaar waar er voor mij iets veranderde in hoe ik in de hobby sta. Ik hield een ‘groene jaarlijst’ bij, een lijst met vogelsoorten die ik zonder CO₂-uitstoot zag, en focuste dus op alles wat er in de buurt zat. Het leidde tot een jaar waarin mijn ‘jaarlijst’ het laagste aantal ooit was, mijn levenslijst nota bene korter wer...
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24 November 2018
Notenkrakers zijn voor mij echte vakantievogels. In de Ardennen, het Zwarte Woud, en de Alpen heb ik ze regelmatig gezien. Misschien wel de mooiste kraaiachtige, met die witte stippen op die bruine ondergrond. Zijn belangrijkste wapen is zijn snavel, waarmee hij behendig eetbare dingen uit moeilijk bereikbare plekken peutert. Nootjes, zaden, dennen...
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13 December 2023
The winning images have been announced in the seventh edition of the Red Bull Illume photo competition. The contest invites photographers to submit images from the world of action-and-adventure sports in one of 10 categories, including Energy, Playground, and Raw. Red Bull was once more kind enough to share some of the winning photos and finalists ...
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08 December 2023
This year has been another filled with news stories and photos that can often be difficult or disturbing to view. I’ve made it an annual tradition, after rounding up the “news photos of the year,” to compose an essay of uplifting images from the past 12 months—an effort to seek out and recognize some of the abundant joy and kindness present in the ...
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09 February 2024
Scenes from the World Aquatics Championships in Qatar, new lava flows in southwestern Iceland, a freestyle skiing competition in Utah, the one-year-anniversary of a deadly earthquake in Turkey, a Carnival gala on Tenerife, preparations for the Chinese New Year in Beijing, and much more A snow-covered view of one of many ancient statues at a 2,000-y...
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16 January 2024
Early on Sunday, a new volcanic eruption began outside the Icelandic town of Grindavik, prompting residents to evacuate. Lava began flowing from existing and newly opened cracks in a fissure, as emergency crews worked to complete a protective wall of dirt and rock, hoping to direct the flow away from the town’s center. Several houses in Grindavik w...
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12 January 2024
A “No Trousers Tube Ride” in London, a high-mountain waterfall in Switzerland, the 2024 Dakar Rally in Saudi Arabia, wearable-tech displays in Las Vegas, several fires in Bangladesh, snowfall in Massachusetts, an ice sculpture in northern China, and much more A visitor looks at the work titled “Mass,” by Australian-born artist Ron Mueck, at Trienna...
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10 January 2024
The fifth year of the Close-up Photographer of the Year competition recently ended, and the winning images have been announced. The contest “celebrates close-up, macro, and micro photography,” among 11 separate categories. Nearly 12,000 entries were received from photographers in 67 countries this year. Contest organizers were once again kind enoug...
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09 January 2024
Every year since 1989, a hotel built out of snow and ice is constructed anew, and welcomes guests in the Swedish village of Jukkasjärvi. This year’s edition, Icehotel 34, recently opened, displaying new themes for its rooms and many new ice sculptures. Icehotel is both an art exhibition and a functional hotel—and this year features more than a doze...
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05 January 2024
New Year’s Eve fireworks in Australia, ski jumping in Austria, earthquake damage in Japan, a giant Arctic-fox sculpture in China, ongoing battles in Gaza and Ukraine, a flour-and-egg fight in Spain, animal counting at a London zoo, and much more A police officer in Kyiv, Ukraine, carries a pet from the scene of a missile attack by Russian forces, i...
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03 January 2024
On New Year’s Day, a 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck Japan’s Noto Peninsula, followed by several strong aftershocks. More than 60 people were killed, and hundreds of homes and larger buildings were damaged or destroyed. Japanese rescue crews continue to search for survivors and work to reach isolated communities as heavy rains threaten to cause lan...
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02 January 2024
Fireworks, countdowns, and celebrations took place Sunday night across the globe, as people bid farewell to the year 2023 and welcomed 2024. The first sunrise of the year brought some of those same revelers back out to take part in New Year’s Day swims, or to reflect on the past and offer prayers for the year ahead. Gathered below, images of some o...
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22 December 2023
A Christmas fair in Germany, a new volcanic eruption in Iceland, a floating Nativity scene in Italy, border crossings in Arizona and Texas, war damage in a Ukrainian cathedral, continued Israeli strikes inside the Gaza Strip, guard geese at a penitentiary in Brazil, an ice hotel in Sweden, and much more Visitors stop to look at an animated model of...
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07 February 2024
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest recently invited the public to vote for their favorite images from this year’s competition. The winners were just announced, and contest organizers have shared their top picks below. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum in London. Captions are provide...
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06 February 2024
More than seven inches of rain fell on Los Angeles over Sunday and Monday, making it the wettest two-day period in decades—about half of the region’s average yearly rainfall poured down in 48 hours. The second storm in a long-duration atmospheric river brought high winds, flooding, and mudslides that have destroyed houses and cut power to more than...
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05 February 2024
Parts of central Chile have recently experienced unusually high temperatures and dry weather, sparking dozens of forest fires that have killed more than 100 people. Over the weekend, wildfires burned through several hillside neighborhoods in the city of Viña del Mar, destroying hundreds of homes. A state of emergency was declared by Chilean Preside...
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02 February 2024
The world’s largest cruise ship setting sail from Miami, scenes from the Australian Open in Melbourne, dolphins fleeing orcas near San Diego, widespread farmer protests in Europe, a Republic Day parade in India, bullfighting’s brief return in Mexico, Carnival festivities in Venice, and much more A ship burns during a parade by members of the Up Hel...
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30 January 2024
A new collection of images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope was recently released, showing incredibly detailed views of spiral galaxies in near- and mid-infrared light. Comparing these new images with previous views seen by NASA’s other space telescope, Hubble, in visible and ultraviolet light, reveals new galactic structures and elements. Th...
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29 January 2024
Motorcycle-stunt teams from different Indian security forces frequently put on performances at festivals and parades, such as the annual Republic Day parade in New Delhi. These teams of daredevils stack themselves high on single or multiple motorcycle rigs, displaying their skills and putting on a show. One team in particular, the ASC Tornadoes, se...
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26 January 2024
Sled-dog training in Scotland, a famous rat hole in Chicago, scenes from the 2024 Winter Youth Olympic Games in South Korea, Roman ruins in a field in Serbia, a new photothermal-power plant in China, forest fires in Colombia, a World Snow Day celebration in Egypt, and much more A helicopter from the armed forces loads water to fight forest fires in...
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22 January 2024
The judging for the 12th annual Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest, organized by the Underwater Photography Guide, recently concluded, and the winning images and photographers have been announced. Suliman Alatiqi was awarded Best in Show for an image of a crab-eating macaque foraging among Thailand’s Phi Phi Islands. The contest organizers have onc...
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19 January 2024
Drone pilots on Ukraine’s front line, scenes from the Dakar Rally in Saudi Arabia, an icy purification bath in Japan, animal blessings in Spain, a snow-covered stadium in New York, kitesurfing in South Africa, a new volcanic eruption in Iceland, and much more A woman holds her dog as it reacts while being blessed by a priest at the Cathedral San Be...
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18 January 2024
Winter storms and freezing temperatures across the Northern Hemisphere have left behind landscapes covered in snow and ice. Gathered below are recent images of some of those landscapes, and the people and animals both coping with the weather and playing in it. This photo essay originally misidentified the highway in the tenth image. A worker pauses...
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