Transforming Lives: Art for Human’s Sake

AS RARE AS once in many centuries, a great piece of art shows up, and not another word shall be uttered. The notion of...

When Past Meets Present: Capturing the Passages of Time

(Text and Photos by Bobby Neel Adams) THE photographs in Bobby Neel Adams’ series, Age Maps, document the passage of time by juxtaposing and merging...

Photo of the Month – Issue 2/2017

Travelling Ratargul Swamp Forest Village boys paddle into the Ratargul Swamp Forest located along the Goain river, about 26 kilometres from Sylhet in bangladesh. It...

Antics in the Wild

This series of photos capture the simian race at their most human and picturesque, from travelling to sleeping to swimming and even "group hugging".

Silk Road Expedition to Uzbekistan

This collection is a beautifully poignant depiction by Michael Lee of Uzbekistan's glorious past and the people who keep the memory of its greatest achievements alive. Immerse yourself in these memories and more through the eyes of our National Geographic Expedition 2017 team as they navigate the towers and walls of many ancient sites.

Behind the Curtain

For many, North Korea is unknowable behind heavy walls and an iron dictatorship – but Eric Lafforgue peels back the curtain to expose its human side.

Melting Earth

Over the past century, mountain glaciers and ice caps, together with the melting of, or the “calving” off of icebergs, have been contributing to rising sea levels.

From Shell to Shore

Witnessing the exodus of baby turtles from sand to sea might seem out of reach, but they are really just a hop, skip, and a boat ride away