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Radio Waves | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Radio WavesTwo people in Japan listen to a radio broadcast from the Central Broadcasting Station of Osaka through a small set held by the woman. The exact date of the autochrome is unknown but is thought to be from the late 1920s or early 1930s.Photograph by Kiyoshi Sakamoto, Nat Geo Image Collection

Surfing at Dawn | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Surfing at DawnSurfers prepare to warm up before a competition on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu. A story in the February 2015 issue documented the importance of surfing in native Hawaiian culture and history.Photograph by Paul Nicklen, Nat Geo Image Collection

Mother and Cub | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Mother and CubA tiger mother named Sita moves one of her cubs to a safer spot in Bandhavgarh National Park, India. Less than a year after appearing on the cover of the December 1997 issue, Sita was killed by a poacher.Photograph by Michael Nichols, Nat Geo Image Collection

Spring Festival | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Spring FestivalCostumed revelers celebrate the Spring Festival in Zaozhuang, China. This photo appeared in the January 2003 issue, in which writer Peter Hessler drove 7,436 miles along the Great Wall.Photograph by Michael S. Yamashita, Nat Geo Image Collection

Baby Brains | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Baby BrainsTwins share a swing at a park in Greenwich Village in New York City. This picture appeared in a January 2015 story about babies' brain development in the first year of life.Photograph by Lynn Johnson, Nat Geo Image Collection

Loggerhead Turtle | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Loggerhead TurtleA loggerhead turtle swims in Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Belize. Loggerheads can weigh upwards of 400 pounds and live into their 60s.Photograph by Brian J. Skerry, Nat Geo Image Collection

Funeral Feast | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Funeral FeastIn this photo from the September 1975 issue, a family in South Korea feasts on rice, meat, and wine at a family shrine that houses the coffin of a deceased loved one. The feast precedes the funeral procession.Photograph by H. Edward Kim, Nat Geo Image Collection

Panda Lake | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Panda LakeTourists visit Panda Lake in Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province, China. The reserve, known for its dozens of colorful lakes, is one of 56 designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China.Photograph by Michael S. Yamashita, Nat Geo Image Collection

Busy Beekeepers | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Busy BeekeepersMigratory beekeepers transfer bees from a thriving hive to a weaker one in Dos Palos, California. A story in the May 1993 issue documented the careers of beekeepers who transport hives all across the country to pollinate crops.Photograph by Maria Stenzel, Nat Geo Image Collection

Before Detention | Nat Geo Photo of the Day

Before DetentionA story in the October 2018 issue looked at Japanese-American internment during World War II. In this photo from 1942, a young woman smiles as her family enters the Santa Anita racetrack—then a temporary detention center—not realizing what was to come.Photograph by National Archives, Nat Geo Image Collection

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