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Travels with Boji: Istanbul’s Commuter Dog (18 photos)

Boji, a street dog living in Istanbul, Turkey, has become a popular sight on the city’s subways, ferries, trams, and buses. Chris McGrath, a photographer with Getty Images, recently joined Boji as he made his rounds, where he can travel as much as 30 kilometers a day. McGrath: “Since noticing the dog’s movements, Istanbul Municipality officials began tracking his commutes via a microchip and a phone app. Most days he will pass through at least 29 metro stations and take at least two ferry rides. He has learned how and where to get on and off the trains and ferries.”

A dog lies on the floor of a subway car, surrounded by commuters who largely ignore him.
Boji, an Istanbul street dog rides a subway train in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 21, 2021. ( Chris McGrath / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 27 Oct 2021 | 7:21 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Pony Man, Ancient Sword, Foam Fight (35 photos)

Container ships at the Port of Los Angeles, morning light on mountains in Switzerland, a wearable soft toy in France, drag racing in Tennessee, glacier exploration in Austria, an Ironman triathlon in Spain, a torch ceremony in Greece for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, salmon swimming upstream in northern England, and much more

Two surfers run into the waves at a beach with the sun low in the sky.
Surfers take to the waves at Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, on October 16, 2021. ( Brook Mitchell / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 22 Oct 2021 | 5:30 pm(NZT)

The Ongoing Volcanic Eruption in the Canary Islands (21 photos)

The Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma continues to erupt, spewing lava and ash for more than a month now. Upwards of 7,000 people have been evacuated, and some 2,100 buildings have been destroyed. A new branch of lava flow is expected to reach the sea today and release more toxic gases into the atmosphere, which may lead to home-confinement orders for neighboring towns. Officials are warning that the eruption could continue for several more months.

Two people dig in a pile of dark gray ash with part of a roof visible, and an erupting volcano in the background.
People use shovels to remove volcanic ash that has piled on top of a house in Las Manchas on the Canary Island of La Palma, Spain, on October 14, 2021. ( Saul Santos / AP)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 22 Oct 2021 | 7:21 am(NZT)

Winners of the 2021 Close-up Photographer of the Year (18 photos)

The third year of the Close-up Photographer of the Year competition has just come to a close, and the winners have been announced. The contest “celebrates close-up, macro, and micro photography,” among seven separate categories. More than 9,000 entries were received from 56 countries this year. The organizers have once again been kind enough to share some of the winners and finalists with us below.

Three salamanders, seen silhouetted against large leaves
Triplets in Green. Animals Finalist. Salamanders, silhouetted against large leaves. (© Copyright Johan De Ridder / cupoty.com)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 21 Oct 2021 | 6:56 am(NZT)

Winners of the 2021 Epson International Pano Awards (16 photos)

The top-scoring panoramic photos entered in the 12th Epson International Pano Awards have just been announced. The contest showcases the best work of panoramic photographers around the world. Organizers reported that they received 5,378 entries from 1,245 professional and amateur photographers in 97 countries this year, competing for the top spots in five categories, for several special awards, and for some of the cash prizes offered. Contest organizers were once more kind enough to share some of the winners and top scorers here.

A view of distant mountains lit by a sunrise, among clouds
Sunrise Dream, 14th Place, Open - Nature / Landscapes. Photographed in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile. (© Copyright Mauricio Narea / The 12th Epson International Pano Awards)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 20 Oct 2021 | 5:05 am(NZT)



Photos of the Week: Wax Queen, Desert Blooms, Explosive Jack (35 photos)

The finish line of the the 125th Boston Marathon, a pickle factory in Taiwan, a mock-up of Mars in Israel, giant hyperrealistic sculptures in London, valley fog in rural Maine, a Radio City Rockettes rehearsal, the North American Wife Carrying Championship, and much more

A person rides a swing wearing a flowing skirt with hot air balloons flying in the background.
A person rides a swing hanging from a crane, with hot-air balloons flying in the background, in Nevsehir, Turkey, on October 14, 2021. ( Behcet Alkan / Anadolu Agency / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 15 Oct 2021 | 5:30 pm(NZT)

Winners of Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021 (12 photos)

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, founded in 1965, is an annual international showcase of the best nature photography. This year, the contest attracted more than 50,000 entries from 95 countries. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London. The owners and sponsors have once more been kind enough to share the following winning images from this year’s competition. The museum’s website has images from previous years and more information about the current contest and exhibition. Captions are provided by the photographers and WPY organizers, and are lightly edited for style.

Two reindeer battle head-to-head, their antlers entangled.
Head to head. Winner, Behavior: Mammals. Photographer Stefano Unterthiner watches two Svalbard reindeer battle for control of a harem. Unterthiner followed these reindeer during the rutting season. Watching the fight, he felt immersed in "the smell, the noise, the fatigue and the pain." The reindeer clashed antlers until the dominant male (left) chased its rival away, securing the opportunity to breed. (© Copyright Stefano Unterthiner / Wildlife Photographer of the Year)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 14 Oct 2021 | 4:49 am(NZT)

Fall Is in the Air: Images of the Season (20 photos)

Autumn, the best season, is upon us once again. The autumnal equinox took place a few weeks ago, marking the end of summer and the start of fall across the Northern Hemisphere. It is the season of harvests, festivals, migrations, winter preparations, and, of course, spectacular fall foliage. Across the North, people are beginning to feel a chill in the evening air, leaves are splashing mountainsides with bright color; apples and pumpkins are being gathered; and animals are on the move. Collected here are some early images from this year, and more will follow in the weeks to come.

A person plays with falling leaves in a park.
People play with leaves in Kolomenskoye Park in Moscow, Russia, on October 3, 2021. ( Sefa Karacan / Anadolu Agency / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 13 Oct 2021 | 6:44 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Muddy Ride, Silent Disco, Podium Pup (35 photos)

An immersive Goya exhibit in Madrid, Comic Con 2021 in New York City, a robot block party in Boston, rally racing in Finland, oil-spill cleanup in California, kite flying in Rio de Janeiro, a massive pumpkin in Belgium, a COVID-19 memorial in São Paulo, and much more

A Bengal tigress runs in shallow water.
A Bengal tigress runs in Guadalajara Zoo in Jalisco state, Mexico, on October 5, 2021. ( Ulises Ruiz / AFP / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 8 Oct 2021 | 5:30 pm(NZT)

Views From (and of) Summit at One Vanderbilt (15 photos)

One of New York City’s newest skyscrapers, One Vanderbilt, stands 1,401 feet (427 meters) above the streets of midtown Manhattan. The top four floors consist of an immersive experience and observation deck named “Summit,” with mirrored walls and floors, an outdoor terrace, a glass elevator on the exterior of the building, glass-floored booths overlooking Madison Avenue, and more. Summit is set to open to the public on October 21, but photographers were recently let in for press previews.

A person stands on a glass-floored platform attached to a skyscraper high above New York City.
The content creator Tina Lee poses for pictures, standing on a glass floor during a media preview of Summit at One Vanderbilt in New York City on October 1, 2021. ( Timothy A. Clary / AFP / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 8 Oct 2021 | 7:01 am(NZT)



Animals in the News (29 photos)

It’s time once more for a look at the animal kingdom and our interactions with the countless species that share our planet. Today’s photos include pink sheep in England, a hyena in Nigeria, salmon in California, a whale shark in Thailand, Shetland ponies in Scotland, a wild boar in Rome, animals rescued from wildfires in Greece, and much more. These images are part of a roundup of animals in the news from recent months, seen from the perspectives of their human observers, companions, captors, and caretakers, as part of an ongoing series on animals in the news.

A small bird is held by gloved hands and cleaned.
A staff member of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife examines a sanderling that was contaminated by the oil spill in Huntington Beach, California, on October 4, 2021. The major spill off the coast of Southern California fouled popular beaches and killed wildlife while crews scrambled on Sunday to contain the crude before it spread further into protected wetlands. ( Ringo H.W. Chiu / AP)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 6 Oct 2021 | 8:19 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Tango Contest, Robot Fist, Cathedral Spiral (35 photos)

An autumn day in Moscow, vicuña herding in Bolivia, a pilgrimage in Senegal, an abortion-rights protest in Colombia, Wasteland Weekend in the Mojave Desert, Hogwarts Castle in Beijing, a torchlight procession in Spain, flooding in Thailand, and much more

Costumed and brightly lit drummers march in a festival parade.
The Sense of Unity light parade takes place in Weymouth, England, on on September 25, 2021. Sense of Unity is a performance by two theater companies, Dundu from Germany and Worldbeaters from Whitley Bay, who provided the finale of Activate's Inside Out Dorset festival. ( Finnbarr Webster / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 1 Oct 2021 | 5:30 pm(NZT)

Photos: Lava Reaches the Sea on the Island of La Palma (22 photos)

Lava flowing from Cumbre Vieja, an erupting volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma, reached the sea last night, spreading outward and expanding the area of the island by several hundred acres. Residents who had not already evacuated were told to shelter indoors to avoid any potential poisonous gases that might be formed as the lava interacts with seawater. Cumbre Vieja has been erupting since September 19, and officials warn that it could continue for several months, based on previous eruptions. So far, hundreds of houses and large portions of several banana plantations have been destroyed.

Pigeons fly in front of a fountain of erupting lava.
Pigeons fly in front of erupting lava on the Canary Island of La Palma, in El Paso, Spain, on September 28, 2021. ( Jon Nazca / Reuters)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 1 Oct 2021 | 7:49 am(NZT)

Photos: The Arduous Journey of the Haitian Migrants (34 photos)

Since the country’s devastating earthquake in 2010, which killed more than 200,000 people, tens of thousands of Haitians have fled their crisis-burdened homeland, many traveling to parts of South America. Throughout this year many more have fled, joining previous Haitian expats who have not yet found places to settle—as well as migrants and asylum seekers from many other countries—to make the challenging journey north to the United States border. Individuals and families hoping for new opportunities and a better life have passed through Colombia, entering Panama and traversing Central America. The trip is dangerous, full of obstacles, and covers thousands of miles, some of it through roadless jungle. The arrival of a large group of migrants who recently made it to the U.S. border near Del Rio, Texas, grabbed national headlines, but they have since dispersed—thousands were reportedly released into the United States, more than 4,000 were deported to Haiti, and most of the rest are traveling back into Mexico for the moment. Gathered below are images from recent months of some of the thousands of Haitians (and others) making their perilous trip north.

A group of migrants from Haiti walk along a riverbank in a jungle.
Haitian migrants cross the jungle of the Darien Gap, near Acandi, Choco department, Colombia, heading to Panama, on September 26, 2021, trying to reach the U.S. From Acandi, they started on foot, armed with machetes, lanterns, and tents, braving the dangerous five-day trek into Panama through the jungle. They have had to battle snakes, steep ravines, swollen rivers, tropical downpours, and criminals, many of whom are linked to drug trafficking. ( Raul Arboleda / AFP / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 29 Sep 2021 | 8:27 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Merkel Diamond, Windy Fire, Pedal Cars (35 photos)

Container ships anchored off the Port of Los Angeles, gunfire on the front line in Ukraine, citizen astronauts’ splashdown near Florida, a slackliner’s walk from the Eiffel Tower, giant stone heads in Turkey, a nudist grape harvest in Portugal, lava flows on the Canary Islands, the Earth in an English forest, and much more

A string quartet plays while standing on a boat shaped like a giant violin in Venice.
A violin-shaped boat parades near the Accademia Bridge in Venice, Italy, on September 18, 2021. ( Stefano Mazzola / Awakening / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 24 Sep 2021 | 4:30 pm(NZT)

A Sea of Flags: Commemorating More Than 675,000 Americans Lost to COVID-19 (12 photos)

The number of deaths in the United States due to COVID-19 has now passed 675,000—more than the number of Americans who died during the 1918 influenza pandemic. In Washington, D.C., a new temporary art installation named “In America: Remember,” commemorates the many Americans who have died of COVID-19 over the past year and a half. Hundreds of thousands of small white flags were planted on 20 acres of the National Mall, based on a concept by the artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg. Each flag is meant to represent a life lost, and many carry messages written to loved ones.

A person sits and looks at a sea of small white flags on the grass of the National Mall.
A person looks at white flags that are part of the artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg's temporary installation "In America: Remember," in remembrance of Americans who have died of COVID-19, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., September 17, 2021. ( Brynn Anderson / AP)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 22 Sep 2021 | 5:53 am(NZT)

Photos: A Destructive Eruption on the Canary Islands (22 photos)

A recent burst of seismic activity on the volcanic island of La Palma, part of Spain’s Canary Islands, prompted authorities to evacuate about 5,000 residents. On Sunday, the Cumbre Vieja volcano erupted near the town of El Paso, spewing ash and jets of lava into the air and triggering lava flows that have destroyed more than 100 homes so far. Lava continued to flow slowly on Monday, with no injuries or deaths reported.

Lava and ash spew from the slope of a volcano in huge jets above several houses.
Mount Cumbre Vieja erupts in El Paso, spewing out columns of ash and lava, as seen from Los Llanos de Aridane on the Canary island of La Palma on September 19, 2021. ( Desiree Martin / AFP / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 21 Sep 2021 | 5:18 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Grenadier Guards, Floating Island, Wrapped Arch (35 photos)

Flooding in southern France, cliff diving in Ireland, the MTV Video Music Awards in Brooklyn, civilian astronauts’ launch from Florida, an elephant bath in Pakistan, theater reopenings in Indonesia, a protest march in Argentina, scenes from the Met Gala in New York City, and much more

People play soccer on a dusty field at sunset.
Locals play soccer on a dusty pitch in Soweto, South Africa, on September 15, 2021. ( Siphiwe Sibeko / Reuters)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 17 Sep 2021 | 4:30 pm(NZT)

Scenes From Greenland (20 photos)

Hannibal Hanschke, a photographer with Reuters, has spent the past week and a half traveling around the west coast of Greenland, capturing images of the landscape, its glaciers, the residents, and their homes. I’m happy to be able to share some of these photos here, snapshots from the largest island in the world (that isn’t a continent).

A view of colorful houses clustered together on rocky land
Houses are pictured in Ilulissat, Greenland, on September 14, 2021. ( Hannibal Hanschke / Reuters)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 16 Sep 2021 | 6:45 am(NZT)

Photographing the Microscopic: Winners of Nikon Small World 2021 (21 photos)

Nikon has announced the winners of the 2021 Small World Photomicrography Competition and has once again shared some of the winning and honored images with us. The contest invites photographers and scientists to submit images of all things visible under a microscope. More than 1,900 entries were received from 88 countries in 2021, the 47th year of the competition.

A close view of a beetle's leg
Honorable Mention: Hind leg of a male frog-legged beetle (Sagra buqueti) ( Dr. Andrew Mark Posselt, California)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 14 Sep 2021 | 4:59 am(NZT)











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