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Olha eu, sim, sou eu, de cabeça pra baixo na capa da @vogueportugal desse mês! Esse é com toda certeza um dos meus ensaios favoritos da minha carreira e essa é minha capa preferida até hoje. A @vogueportugal, na minha singela e humilde opinião é uma das revistas que faz as capas mais lindas, conceituadas, artísticas, icônicas, engajadas e impactantes da atualidade. Foi uma alegria trabalhar com uma equipe tão talentosa e poder criar junto com eles. Tenho um orgulho danado dessa capa e principalmente dessa pose aí que eu quaaaase me arrependi quando sugeri. Nunca uma dor de cabeça valeu tanto a pena. Muito obrigada @vogueportugal e a toda a equipe! __ #vogueportugal #upsidedown #editorinchief @sofia.slucas #coverartdirection @jsantanagq #photography @branislavsimoncik #styling @barrosdebarros #makeup @patricialimaatelier #hair @claudiopachecohairstylist #production @snowberry_production #words @patriciatrdomingues #JuneIssue #brunamarquezine #fashion #editorial #cover @lighthouse.publishing

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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | A curious polar bear takes a break from his relentless stalking to get a good look at me. He had been keeping watch over a seal hole, hoping to get lucky and catch a seal as it surfaced for air. Ringed seals have developed an innovative way to avoid hungry polar bears. They create numerous holes throughout sea ice so they can breathe without completely surfacing and making themselves vulnerable. The Arctic is a harsh environment, and survival tactics are constantly in action for both predator and prey. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier for more photos from the Arctic. #polarbear #survival #seaice #wildlife #photography

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Photo by @cristinamittermeier | In the safety of Katmai National Park, in Alaska, a brown bear mother watches over her young and curious cub. Free from the dangers and consequences of human intervention through the park’s protection, these bears live in harmony with the land, which hosts the biggest concentration of brown bears on Earth. While photographing the pair, I was in awe of the bond between mother and cub. The young bear followed closely in its mother’s footsteps, eager to learn the ways of life as a bear and what it takes to survive. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier and explore my feed for more photos of bears from #Alaska, and other regions of the world. #brownbear #family #nature #wildlife #photography

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Photos by @coryrichards | Yesterday marked the 8th anniversary of the first winter ascent of Gasherbrum II (8,035 meters), the world's 13th highest mountain. On February 4, 2011, I became the first and only American to climb an 8,000-meter peak in winter. The selfie I took after surviving a class IV avalanche on the descent (first image in carousel) would later become one of the covers for Nat Geo’s 125th anniversary issue. To see more footage of this historic ascent and the avalanche’s aftermath, #followme @coryrichards #mountains #avalanche #adventure #mentalhealth #photography

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Photo by @PaulNicklen | During a strong Canadian blizzard, this polar bear buried its nose in the snow to shield it from the harsh winds. While their noses provide them with a powerful sense of smell for sniffing out prey, a polar bear's nose is very sensitive and this appears to be a common behavior for them. #followme at @PaulNicklen and explore my feed for more photos of these Arctic bears. #Canada #polarbear #blizzard #nature #photography

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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | A humpback whale raises its flukes before diving down into the icy depths of the Antarctic waters. This beautiful region and the life within it are being hit hard by the effects of climate change, but because few people travel here, the problem is out of sight and out of mind. Melting sea ice, a steady decrease in krill, and a decline in some penguin species are all reasons to protect the waters around the Antarctic Peninsula. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier and explore my feed for more photos from this icy, yet vulnerable region. #antarctica #whale #ocean #climatechange #photography

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Photo by @paulnicklen | Off the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, a pair of northern right whale dolphins gracefully breaks the water’s surface. These dolphins are unique in that they lack dorsal fins, allowing the glassy ocean waves to flow seamlessly around their slick bodies. #followme at @PaulNicklen for more photos of marine mammals from around the world. #dolphin #ocean #wildlife #photography

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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | Separating themselves from the crowd, two black-browed albatross carefully preen each other’s feathers on a rocky cliff. These lovebirds will mate for life and will return each year to the same mud-nest that they built together. All the Islands of the SubAntarctic region are home to incredible wildlife congregations that include seabirds, seals and penguins. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier for more photos of the world’s most fascinating ecosystems and animals. #albatross #wildlife #nature #photography

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Photo by @PaulNicklen | Entering the territory of elephant seal bulls requires deep respect and calm movements. These are the largest of all seals, with males weighing up to 8,800 pounds. During breeding season, they can be very aggressive. However, my encounter with this sleepy male was quite relaxed, as he lay motionless for hours under cloudy skies in Fortuna Bay. Luckily, this gave me the opportunity to get creative and craft this unusual shot. For more photos of amazing marine animals #followme at @PaulNicklen. #elephantseal #ocean #pinniped #wildlife #photography

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Photo by @PaulNicklen | As waves roll in against the rocky shores of the Antarctic Peninsula, all looks safe and peaceful from above the surface. However, this split-shot photo exposes the imminent danger to prey looming in the icy waters. This leopard seal awaits the arrival of its next meal, whether it be a penguin or another seal. These fierce hunters are one of the most feared predators by their fellow Antarctic inhabitants. #followme at @PaulNicklen and explore my feed for more photos of leopard seals. #antarctica #leopardseal #ocean #wildlife #photography

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Photo by Adam Ferguson @adamfergusonstudio I Lou Armstrong, a farmer and third-generation sheep breeder, musters sheep on a farm near Dunedoo in New South Wales, Australia, in October 2015. #natgeo #adamferguson #photography

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Photo by Mattias A. Klum @mattiasklumofficial | A giraffe in Thanda, South Africa. Few animals lend themselves so perfectly to silhouettes or simply as a "sense of place" ingredient. In the 1980s, the number of giraffes in Africa was estimated at more than 155,000 individuals. Today the Giraffe Conservation Foundation estimates the current Africa-wide giraffe population is about 110,000 individuals. This is a drop by about 30 percent. Please go to @mattiasklumofficial for more images and conservation stories from our work around the world. #giraffe #protectbiodiversity #southafrica #conservation #photography @thephotosociety

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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | As he drum-dances over a melting landscape in the North Pole, David Seroak, once known as Hiquqaq, is filled with both joy and sorrow. As an Inuit child, he remembers when his whole family was forcefully removed from their ancestral territory by the Canadian government and relocated hundreds of miles away, to a land they had never seen and on which they didn’t know how to survive. As they tried to return home, they walked over unforgiving frozen landscapes and many of them died. Stripped of home and identity, he became Eskimo 1-602, and faced years of hunger, loss, and struggle in Canada’s residential school system. The first Inuit drummer to reach the North Pole, he drummed and raised his voice with pride and honor. It was incredible to spend time with this Inuit elder. As he explained to me, self-determination is the best tool indigenous communities have to face a fast-changing planet. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier and explore my feed for more stories from indigenous communities from around the world. #northpole #climatechange #Canada #photography

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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | A young girl plays with sticks and stones in the Alley of the Baobabs in rural Madagascar. Although this Sakalava family may have few material goods, I was humbled by the moments of fulfillment and happiness I witnessed as I watched the local children connect and engage with nature’s simplest gifts. No matter how much you have or where you live in the world, I think it is important for children to get acquainted with nature and to get dirty and have fun while doing it. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier and explore my feed for more photos from around the world. #madagascar #Enoughness #nature #photography

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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | In remote Amazonian villages, body painting is an act of social bonding, creating art and building community. The artist dips a thin reed in a bowl of semi-permanent ink, made with a mix of genipap fruit and charcoal, to paint these sharp designs. It takes both a caring and careful hand to create such beautiful and precise lines. Each design is unique, created to reflect the characteristics and attributes of the person being painted. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier for more photos of Indigenous groups from around the globe. #bodypainting #Amazon #Kayapo #community #photography

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Photo by Adam Ferguson @adamfergusonstudio I Local children play at the waters edge on Beniamina Island in Choiseul Province, Solomon Islands in June 2018. Islands in the area, predominantly inhabited by seaweed farmers, are eroding due to rising sea levels, infringing on the landmass of settled islands and forcing communities to relocate to larger islands. #adamferguson #natgeo #photography

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Photo by Adam Ferguson @adamfergusonstudio I Jim Whelan sits in his pickup truck at his mother’s property near Charters Towers in Queensland, Australia, in 2017. After many unprofitable years, he lost his land to a bank. Australia is suffering a severe drought that has plagued the landscape for several decades, causing serious problems for farmers. His son, also a farmer, committed suicide in 2013. #adamferguson #natgeo #photography

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Photo by @CristinaMittermeier | A tangle of blue netting blankets the ground as small-scale fishermen mend their nets. With a significant decrease in high-value fish in the area, it can be difficult to get a fair day’s catch. However, with an annual two-month-long fishing ban in place by the government of Tamil Nadu, the waters are, for a short period of time, free of mechanized trawlers. This may allow fish stocks to recover enough so that fishermen can return to their humble boats, in hopes of catching more than a handful of fish a day. Overfishing, pollution, and climate change have all diminished fish stocks upon which these men depend. Extended bans and better management are imperative to prevent a complete collapse. #followme at @CristinaMittermeier and explore my feed for more photos of communities whose health is linked to that of our oceans. #india #fishing #ocean #community #photography