Fuck this desk.
Fuck this desk.
National Geographic’s Instagram is a thing of beauty, and it’ll take you on a tour of our planet.
Photojournalism champ meets Crazy Big World. Results = Off. The. Hook.
Here are the winning images from National Geographic Traveler Magazine’s 2014 photography contest, chosen from over 18,000 entries.
National Geographic photographer Aaron Huey is passing his talent onto his little one.
The 12,000 to 13,000-year-old remains belong to a teenage girl named Naia by the team that found her. The discovery provides proof of a link between modern Native Americans and Paleoamericans.
Think you can do better? Entries close June 30.
What does love mean to you? A selection of images chosen by National Geographic from its photo community, Your Shot.
Hint: It’s kind of like speed dating.
As part of a traditional Appalachian sect, the 22-year-old church leader illegally handled venomous snakes — and starred on the reality TV show Snake Salvation — until wildlife authorities seized them all. Risking his life and his livelihood, he’s taking a stand in the name of Jesus, and, he argues, in the name of religious freedom.
It’s been a busy year for snappers around the world. Take a look at a selection of some of the most stunning award-winning pictures.
Pour célébrer son 125e anniversaire, le magazine américain National Geographic s’est associé aux éditions Taschen. Ensemble, ils ont produit un coffret de trois livres retraçant l’histoire de la photo dans le magazine culte. BuzzFeed a obtenu un accès exclusif à certaines photos.
In celebration of its 125th anniversary, National Geographic teamed up with Taschen to release a three-volume photo retrospective. BuzzFeed gets an exclusive peek at some of the rare images.
You’ve got the whole world in your hands— literally.
National Geographic shows how most coastal cities will be decimated and the population exodus will put a strain on midland resources. On the upside, Antarctica will make an great seaside resort.
Let’s talk about wood. NSFW if you get off on gorgeous craftsmanship.
Plus an amazing Top Gun homage by Archer, a Tom Hanks movie hair quiz, and, finally, a purse that can charge your phone.
It’s about time you take a seat and bask in the ocean’s ethereal beauty.
Is this real life? Congratulations to the ocean: you’ve truly outdone yourself this time.
Awesome submissions from the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
National Geographic rebuffed Will Oliver’s request to add a disclaimer about Boy Scouts’ ban on gay members to the start of its new show “Are You Tough Enough To Be A Scout?” Instead, they offered him space to write a blog post on the show’s website.
Michael Jackson’s daughter’s new photograph in Glamour looks eerily similar to Sharbat Gula’s powerful cover of National Geographic. It’s all in the eyes.
Just in time for track and field events to begin this weekend, the Cincinnati Zoo’s cheetah, Sarah, has shattered the previous record and is officially the fastest of all land mammals. She ran a 100-meter in 5.95 seconds — nearly four seconds faster than Usain Bolt.
Earth’s biodiversity is vanishing at an alarming rate so National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore shows what we stand to lose.
This CGI animation by National Geographic shows a great visual for how the titanic sank. But how does it compare to the movie?
We are still fascinated by this example of humanity’s hubris. One month shy of the 100th anniversary of the sinking, National Geographic has released incredible views of the “unsinkable” ship sitting on the seabed.
Wolverines are insanely dangerous animals that look like tiny bears that can kill animals many times their size. But they are ALSO absolutely adorable.
The famed magazine announced their annual photo contest’s winners today. The hopefuls were split into three categories. Here are the photos that stood out above the rest. (via theatlantic.com)
The pitched battle to host Stephen Colbert’s South Carolina Serious Classy Republican Debate just got for super reals. Your move, Nat Geo Wild.