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The Power of Photography! Photo by @stevewinterphoto. Time to turn the spotlight on America's Big Cat: Cougars, especially those living around #L.A., such as P-22 who I photographed for a @natgeo story on #Cougars, and who is now the Poster Boy for the recently launched ‪#‎SaveLaCougars‬ campaign.

@mrtommyblades takeover! For the last year and a half we have worked tirelessly at creating powerful relationships and establishing ourselves as a meaningful brand. Weve become a community that not only speaks our message but also lives it every day. Our dream is to open a physical location for our brand in Olympia Washington. This shop will be a home to our products and allow us to be an even stronger part of our community. We pledge to support our small local businesses encourage…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A tiny seahorse swims just below the surface of the water within a mangrove in #Belize. Mangroves are critical habitat for many sea creatures and a natural nursery for juvenile animals. This seahorse has the ability to mimic the surrounding habit on its body in an effort to camouflage itself. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeo and a story about the #mesoamericanreef. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #seahorse #underwater #OceanWildTour #nature #mangroves by natgeo

@mrtommyblades takeover! Photography has become a huge part of my life and who I am over the last few years. I first picked up a camera while I was living in Utah. For me it was a way to escape from my current corporate work and lose myself in the beauty that surrounded me. Every weekend I would hop in my car with food water hiking gear and my camera and just drive with no destination in mind. I would often end up driving hundreds of miles and find myself amongst beauty that I didnt even…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of Narwhals rest on the surface in the waters of the high arctic off Canadas Navy Board Inlet. Narwhals are called the unicorn whale due to their tusk which is actually a canine tooth that protrudes from the animals lip. Male narwhal tusks can grow to lengths of nearly nine feet. Coverage from an upcoming story in @natgeo about climate change in the arctic and the effect on wildlife and culture. For more ocean animal pics follow @BrianSkerry @thephotosociety…

@RobertClarkphoto #MarinaEliott gazes up to the top of #RisingStarCave in the remote site in the #CradleOfHumanKind hear #Johannesburg #SouthAfrica. The cave has yielded hundreds of fossil bones that represetsent a new species of #human ancestor called #HomoNaledi. #LeeBerger a #Paleoanthropologist from #WitsUniversity in South Africa who lead the team says "We found a most remarkable creature." For more pictures from the cave and what was found please look at my feed @RobertClarkphoto The…

This two toed sloth had wandered into my yard in Gamboa Panama when I was working there with @christianziegler a few years ago on assignment for @natgeo. I took a few photos and then left it alone. Later on that night I went to check on it and found it had somehow wandered into the neighbors fenced off back yard and was having trouble finding its way out. Using a branch I lifted it across the fence and took it to the nearest patch of forest. Think sloths are gentle creatures? This one…

Photo by @thomaspeschak Marine biologist Guy Stevens @mantatrust interacts with an an oceanic manta ray in the waters off Mexico's Revillagigedo Archipelago. These large rays are incredibly curious and readily check out divers at close range. This very trusting behavior was first noted more than 20 years ago and persists to this day. Shot on assignment for @natgeo magazine for an upcoming story on the marine protected areas of Baja California and Pacific Mexico. For more photographs from…

Photo by @nickcobbing from an expedition on Svalbard this summer. This male bearded seal was relaxing on a piece of glacial ice in a fjord. As with all the ice dependent Arctic seals bearded seals are facing new challenges. Sea ice has been declining in the fjords around the Arctic archipelago where I photographed this one. The bearded seals future is also linked to the polar bears of Svalbard. Bearded seals are the most important food source for polar bears that have remained in shore…

Photo by @BrianSkerry A young shortfin mako shark cruises just below the surface in the offshore waters of southern California parasitic copepods trailing off its dorsal fin. Makos are one of the fastest fish in the sea capable of bursts up to 60mph and of all shark species they have one of the largest brains relative to body size. The numbers of makos have declined worldwide due to over fishing and the demand for shark fins. They are currently listed as vulnerable. Coverage from an…