Visions of Earth
In a series called Visions of Earth, National Geographic shows us the world through the photographer’s eye. Sometimes, in the spheres of our own lives, we can forget how richly diverse nature and humanity can be—but these moments captured in time are visual proof that this is a world that deserves to be marvelled at. From a human bee-wearing contest in China, to the camouflage filaments of a striated frogfish, to a world record attempt at creating the largest raft—these photos remind us that no matter how far we reach out into space, we should always be proud to call this planet home.
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In a series called Visions of Earth, National Geographic shows us the world through the photographer’s eye. Sometimes, in the spheres of our own lives, we can forget how richly diverse nature and humanity can be—but these moments captured in time are visual proof that this is a world that deserves to be marvelled at. From a human bee-wearing contest in China, to the camouflage filaments of a striated frogfish, to a world record attempt at creating the largest raft—these photos remind us that no matter how far we reach out into space, we should always be proud to call this planet home.
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In a series called Visions of Earth, National Geographic shows us the world through the photographer’s eye. Sometimes, in the spheres of our own lives, we can forget how richly diverse nature and humanity can be—but these moments captured in time are visual proof that this is a world that deserves to be marvelled at. From a human bee-wearing contest in China, to the camouflage filaments of a striated frogfish, to a world record attempt at creating the largest raft—these photos remind us that no matter how far we reach out into space, we should always be proud to call this planet home.
(via sciencesoup:) Visions of Earth
In a series called Visions of Earth, National Geographic shows us the world through the photographer’s eye. Sometimes, in the spheres of our own lives, we can forget how richly diverse nature and humanity can be—but these moments captured in time are visual proof that this is a world that deserves to be marvelled at. From a human bee-wearing contest in China, to the camouflage filaments of a striated frogfish, to a world record attempt at creating the largest raft—these photos remind us that no matter how far we reach out into space, we should always be proud to call this planet home.
(via sciencesoup:) Visions of Earth
In a series called Visions of Earth, National Geographic shows us the world through the photographer’s eye. Sometimes, in the spheres of our own lives, we can forget how richly diverse nature and humanity can be—but these moments captured in time are visual proof that this is a world that deserves to be marvelled at. From a human bee-wearing contest in China, to the camouflage filaments of a striated frogfish, to a world record attempt at creating the largest raft—these photos remind us that no matter how far we reach out into space, we should always be proud to call this planet home.
(via sciencesoup:) Visions of Earth
In a series called Visions of Earth, National Geographic shows us the world through the photographer’s eye. Sometimes, in the spheres of our own lives, we can forget how richly diverse nature and humanity can be—but these moments captured in time are visual proof that this is a world that deserves to be marvelled at. From a human bee-wearing contest in China, to the camouflage filaments of a striated frogfish, to a world record attempt at creating the largest raft—these photos remind us that no matter how far we reach out into space, we should always be proud to call this planet home.
(via sciencesoup:) Visions of Earth
In a series called Visions of Earth, National Geographic shows us the world through the photographer’s eye. Sometimes, in the spheres of our own lives, we can forget how richly diverse nature and humanity can be—but these moments captured in time are visual proof that this is a world that deserves to be marvelled at. From a human bee-wearing contest in China, to the camouflage filaments of a striated frogfish, to a world record attempt at creating the largest raft—these photos remind us that no matter how far we reach out into space, we should always be proud to call this planet home.
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Visions of Earth

In a series called Visions of Earth, National Geographic shows us the world through the photographer’s eye. Sometimes, in the spheres of our own lives, we can forget how richly diverse nature and humanity can be—but these moments captured in time are visual proof that this is a world that deserves to be marvelled at. From a human bee-wearing contest in China, to the camouflage filaments of a striated frogfish, to a world record attempt at creating the largest raft—these photos remind us that no matter how far we reach out into space, we should always be proud to call this planet home.

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