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Maasai Wedding Day, Kenya. By Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher on travel.nationalgeographic.com

A single  tear marks the moment of farewell for lavishly beaded Nosianai as she  leaves her family home in the Loita Hills of southern Kenya. Wedding-day  tears may express true sadness among Maasai girls, who submit to arranged  marriages with much older men whom they barely know.

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Hungry Kittens Photo by Siddharth Setia — National Geographic Your Shot
"Hungry Kittens Photo by Siddharth Setia EDITOR'S FAVORITE" ON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Hungry Kittens MAKES IT TO “EDITOR’S FAVORITE” ON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 😊 Good start to the week 👏

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Matson Lines by Don O'Brien

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National Geographic. Photographer: Brian Bielman.

Surfer: Donovan Frankenreiter.

Who’s to say this existence is purely based on science? It is not fair to the ocean to believe it was created just because. It is not enough for me to love something so real & tangible without acknowledging the untangible & raw creator for whom I am gratefully indebted to. Marvel at water. trust in the tides.