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Photo by @noriecicerone // After cycling through medieval-era villages in #Dordogne #France we went through a dedicated bike and hike path that had once been a rail line. by natgeotravel

Follow our weekend countdown to the big reveal of the 2015 Traveler Photo Contest winners announcement LIVE! on @CBSThisMorning on Mon. Aug. 3. Visit http://ift.tt/1FblQaG to check out this year's amazing entries. Photograph taken in Bran Brașov Romania by Eduard Gutescu by natgeotravel

Photo by @erickruszewski - A young mountain #gorilla peers through brush in the #Bwindi Impenetrable Forest of #Uganda. by natgeotravel

Photo by @susanseubert // Canoeing on peaceful Lac Beauvert at the Jasper Park Lodge with a view of Mt. Edith Cavell in the distance. The mountain was named in 1916 for Edith Cavell an English nurse executed by the Germans during World War I for having helped Allied soldiers escape from occupied Belgium. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeotravel about the #rockymountaineer #canada by natgeotravel

Follow our weekend countdown to the big reveal of the 2015 Traveler Photo Contest winners announcement LIVE! on @CBSThisMorning on Monday Aug. 3. Visit http://ift.tt/1FblQaG to check out this year's amazing entries. Photograph taken in Newfoundland and Labrador Canada by David Howells by natgeotravel

Photo by @stephenwilkes: I'm headed out fishing this Saturday morning--enjoying every last drop of the final weeks of summer. #iphoneonly #fishing #sailboat #waves #ocean #BlockIsland #RI #beautifulday by natgeo

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: @chrisburkard Hiking on the Vatnajökull Glacier located in Southern Iceland is a surreal experience. An average of 1300 ft of ice underfoot and in some spots there's crevasses so deep they seem to have no end. An experience that should be at the top of everyone's bucket list. by natgeotravel

Weeks after leaving and I'm still dreaming of majestic Patagonian landscapes. This incredible part of the world has a way of sticking with you long after you've left. Such astounding beauty down there. // photo by @jonathan_irish by natgeotravel

photo by @randyolson | words by @neilshea13 In those days we ate many more animals including hippos and crocodiles and most of all perch biggest and best of the lake fish. We hunted by mood and season and men often went below water with their spears walking the mud-bottom stirring up creatures for the cook-fires. Hunters learned to hold their breath and open their eyes to join the water-world and forget for a while the world of air. Sinking and staying under took skill. Stalking was real…