National Geographic’s Best Photos of 2017 | le migliori foto dell’anno secondo National Geographic

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National Geographic’s Best Photos of 2017 ci presenta le 57 migliori immagini dell’anno 2017 secondo National Geographic. Selezionate da 88 fotografi, 112 storie e quasi 2 milioni di fotografie.

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Our 9,000-Year Love Affair With Booze,” in February 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY BRIAN FINKE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

For Widows, Life After Loss,” in February 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY AMY TOENSING, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

The Last Death-Defying Honey Hunter of Nepal,” in July 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY RENAN OZTURK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

How Fireflies Are Keeping This Tiny Mexican Town Alive,” in August 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY KIRSTEN LUCE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

They Migrate 800 Miles a Year. Now It’s Getting Tougher.,” in October 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY EVGENIA ARBUGAEVA, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

Baja California’s Recipe for Saving Fishing Communities,” in September 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY THOMAS P. PESCHAK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

 

Where the World’s Only Grass-Eating Monkeys Thrive,” in April 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFFREY KERBY AND TREVOR BECK FROST, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

What Archaeology Is Telling Us About the Real Jesus,” in December 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY ALESSIO ROMENZI, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

For These Monkeys, It’s a Fight for Survival,” in March 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY STEFANO UNTERTHINER, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

Baja California’s Recipe for Saving Fishing Communities,” September 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY THOMAS P. PESCHAK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

 

Without a Home, and Without Hope,” in August 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY WILLIAM DANIELS, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Deepest Dive Ever Under Antarctica Reveals a Shockingly Vibrant World,” in July 2017.

PHOTOGRAPH BY LAURENT BALLESTA, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC


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