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From incandescent rivers of molten rock to columns of billowing ash, nothing showcases Earth’s fiery power like a volcano.
Dramatic photos of volcanoes in action around the world
Iceland's stunning waterfalls, volcanic mountains, and wild, fjord-cut coastlines inspire photogenic journeys and more than a few eerie folktales.
20 photos of Icelands majestic landscapes
Branches of a river meander across the vast Icelandic highlands in this breathtaking vista captured by #YourShot photographer Simona Buratti.
While the environmental challenge of extreme heat wallops the park by day, Death Valley faces another issue at night: light pollution.
Photographing Death Valleys starry skies shines a light on pollution
Seeing constellations so clearly grows more difficult each year, which makes dark sky destinations all the more important—both to see and to protect.
The Czech capital was once a magnet for scientists who studied the stars—and clues to its cosmic side are scattered throughout the city.
Why Prague is the best place for astronomy buffs
It may look ordinary from the outside, but this Gothic church is decorated with the bones of 30,000 plague victims from the 14th century.
Bones of 30,000 Plague Victims Decorate This Church
These vivid photos remind us that eventually, the wild world will reclaim what it once called its own.
See nature reclaim these abandoned places
Roots dangle from the ceiling of a lava tube on the island of Hawaii in this eerie scene by #YourShot photographer Andrew Hara.
The story of how this town got here is about as strange as the very sight of it today.
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, these seven spooky destinations prove that haunting lore is often rooted in very real and traumatizing histories.
These are the most haunted places in the United States
Salem, Massachusetts, balances profit and tribute. How can other popular witch history sites do the same?
Witch hunt tourism is lucrative. It also obscures a tragic history
As historic Chinatowns struggle during the pandemic, it’s worth looking at why residents—and visitors—flocked to them in the first place.
Why does the U.S. have so many Chinatowns?
Across the United States' parched West this year there’s been an obvious—and destructive—signal that national parks are struggling to cope with a shifting climate: wildfire.
Wildfires show how climate change is transforming national parks
"Only twenty people a day obtain permits to hike The Wave in northern Arizona. A photo such as this requires not just luck with the weather and the light, but also in getting chosen for one of the lottery permits," writes #YourShot photographer Darlene Smith.
Apps, facial recognition, and smart products can make air transit and border crossings more convenient. But they can come with some risks.
Will new travel technology invade your privacy?
High-tech filters and low-tech masks: How technology and personal responsibility might make flying safer than you think.
Only 13 percent of Americans say they’d be willing to fly now or before the end of the year, a new National Geographic survey shows.
Poll: Many Americans unsure when they will fly again
From a renewed commitment to sustainable tourism to creative ways to globetrot from home, here’s how experts are foreseeing the future of travel.
Here are 8 ways travel will change after the pandemic
Lush forests cover more than half of Slovenia, an Adriatic enclave of surprising biodiversity.
Here is Europe's most sustainable country in 20 pictures
"Each time that I think to my motherland, Sardinia, I dream to be there and dive into its crystal-clear water," writes #YourShot photographer Alberto Marcias. "It's a way to play, have fun and enjoy nature."
"Despite the accusations that volunteers are Instagram-obsessed Mother Teresa wannabes, the work can be helpful."
There are many classes, apps, and activities you can try now that’ll give you a leg—or hiking boot—up on your next trip.
Master these travel skills now for smarter trips later
Expand your horizons with these gorgeous spots that veer off the traditional tourist track.
25 Beautiful Places Off the Beaten Path
In the Netherlands’ South Holland province, these quaint, meticulously preserved 18th-century windmills stand guard over the pastoral plains of Kinderdijk.
These Charming Windmills Are Nearly 300-Years-Oldand Functional
Your Shot photographer Albert Dros captured this whimsical pastel scene in the Netherlands. “I have been dreaming of these conditions for years and I finally got them!"
Alcatraz Island—once an uninhabited outcrop, later a military base and a high-security prison—has been home to carefully tended gardens for more than a hundred years.
The pandemic has been an opportunity for Greece to reinvent its approach to tourism: how can it be more sustainable and less driven by mass consumerism?
How Greece is rethinking its once bustling tourism industry
Hundreds of well-preserved castles dot enchanted European landscapes. Here are some of our favorites.
Top 10 Castles of Europe
Stoker never visited Transylvania, much less Bran Castle. So how did it come to be known as Dracula’s?
Inside the Fortress Known as 'Dracula's Castle'
"Americans weren't winning the space race from the start." See what happened after on The Right Stuff, now streaming on #DisneyPlus. #TheRightStuffSeries
These heartfelt passages celebrate the wild and beautiful places across the United States that inspire those who call it home.
What unites us? A new book explores Americans love of home and country
Discover how the colorful practice started, and where you can see and buy papier-mâché in all its festive glory.
These paper crafts bring the party on Day of the Dead
Founded in the 16th century, San Miguel de Allende is known for its stunning, UNESCO-recognized architecture—and for its meticulously prepared gourmet coffee.
Coffee-brewing is an art in this historic Mexican city
Get your feet wet with our picks for the world's greatest dive sites—from Ecuador to Australia and everywhere in between.
The World's Greatest Scuba Diving Spots
"With numerous caves, tunnels and an abundance of marine life, the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve is a haven for many underwater species," writes #YourShot photographer Rachel Stewart. "It’s also a popular spot for divers."
That iPhone in your pocket? Your simple Ikea bookshelf? You can thank this century-old design movement for their sleek lines and emphasis on utility.
Why is Bauhaus such a big deal in design?
From masterpieces of creative genius to beautiful natural landscapes, UNESCO World Heritage sites reveal the most compelling chapters of Earth's history.
What Is UNESCO World Heritage?
From Taiwan to Washington state, peaceful places remind us that quiet has the power to heal, especially in these pandemic times.
Discover the planets last few naturally quiet places
Chase the light around the world through these photos of landscapes blanketed in golden hour hues.
21 Gorgeous Sunrise and Sunset Photos
Whether it’s lights of a bustling city or stars above a remote landscape, there are always new sights to explore.
33 Illuminating Photos of Our World at Night
An ice climber ascends a small icefall as cars speed through a tunnel in this unique image by #YourShot photographer Sebastian Wahlhuetter.
Steeped in history, these rugged mountain chains and floral meadows reveal the wild heart of the European continent.
30 Wild and Beautiful Places in Europe
Despite a slow start to tourism because of the coronavirus pandemic, the new national park is spurring optimism and energy in the area.
At Frances newest national park, its all about the trees
The UNESCO World Heritage site is celebrated for its chandelier-lined Hall of Mirrors, its ornate King’s Apartments, and perhaps most of all its 55 fountains.
The mechanical wonder that powered Versailless fountains
From temples to skyscrapers to ancient cliff dwellings, the United States has a front-seat spectacle for every type of traveler.
Amazing architecture you can see from your car window
"After an entire year of planning, in the end, what was supposed to be a two-week weather window turned into an opportunity that belonged to a single morning," writes #YourShot photographer Spencer Fochtman.
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