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Plitvice - Croatia | Photo by @jordanmcfal #naturegeography

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Best photo bomber ive ever had! 😂 🦆Lake Bled, Slovenia Photo by @nature.geography

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Autumn in the Norway | Photo by @frurobin #NatureGeography

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✨ Camera Giveaway! 5 different winners in total✨ . 1️⃣ st Prize: - Canon EOS T6 Rebel + 18-55mm lens or 500$ cash 2️⃣ nd Prize: - 50$ cash 3️⃣ rd Prize: - 50$ cash 4️⃣th Prize: - Lightroom presets by @mscgerberpresets 5️⃣th Prize: - Lightroom presets by @mscgerberpresets . . 👉 INSTRUCTIONS to enter and win: 1) Follow the following 10 accounts: @mscgerber @mike.karas @circawanderlust @usantyb @bigbirdstravels @travelmonster.nl @ourplanetdaily @vacations @discoverocean @nature.geography . 2) Tag one friend in the comments below (multiple entries possible by tagging one friend per comment) . Good luck to everybody! ❤️ . . The giveaway is open internationally and ends on 22nd October. The winners will be announced on @yourbesttravelgifts The giveaway is in no way associated or sponsored by Instagram, Canon or PayPal. By joining you confirm that you are 13+ years old

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Tag someone that should see this 😂🐶 Photo by @sethcasteel #NatureGeography

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Magical moment ✨ Marataízes, Brasil. | Photo by @fabricio_yee #naturegeography

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I love the night, it allows us to see the universe, stars and makes us feel tiny like fireflies. | Edited by @visualsofjulius #NatureGeography

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Bubble-net feeding humpbacks and whale rainbows! A scene from #WildAntarctica film. Filmed by @alisciayoung & @richardsidey #naturegeography

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The white chalk structures that form Old Harry Rocks took about 35 million years to develop, but it'll only a second of your time to feel utterly awestruck by their beauty. Folklore has it that the rocks were named after the devil, as it was said that he enjoyed taking naps on the white formations. No matter where the name came from, it’s hard to argue their aesthetic appeal as they stand tall amidst England’s blue waters. England | Photo by @uwo #NatureGeography

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China | Photo by @jordhammond #naturegeography

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