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Photo by @sofia_jaramillo5.| Hikers scramble up rocks on Mount Pilchuck in Washington state. From the top, people can enjoy views of Mount Shuksan, Mount Baker, and the North Cascades. This is a popular hike in Western Washington. If you decide to explore the area in the fall or winter, make sure you are prepared and know where you are going. Many hikers lose the trail when it snows and it is not uncommon for search and rescue to be called up to this area. For more photos of outdoor adventure follow @sofia_jaramillo5.

Photo by @kahliaprilphoto | Exploring the depths of a limestone cave illuminated by millions of tiny little glowworms. There is pure magic in New Zealand.

Photo by @max.lowe.I One of the main sites to see as a visitor to Kathmandu is the burning ghats at Pashupatinath, the sacred Hindu religious site. The Sadhus and holi men who call the temple and surrounding area home are individuals who have renounced the worldly life to follow a path of spiritual discipline. To see more from my time in Nepal follow @max.lowe.

Photo by @daisygilardini | The warm colors of sunset usually put us in a reflective state of mind and naturally calm us down. In art and literature, sunsets often symbolize a quiet time to reflect, either little things that happened during the day or the big questions in life. The end of the day causes most creatures to quietly tuck in for the night to rest and get ready for a new day and a new beginning. Follow me @daisygilardini for more images and behind-the-scenes stories.

Photo by Jimmy Chin @jimmychin.| Window shopping. I am scouting big mountain lines for a shoot in British Columbia. For more images from mountain adventures around the world, follow @jimmychin.

Photo by @KristaRossow.| The community of Petersburg is known as Alaska’s Little Norway because it was founded more than 100 years ago by Norwegian fishermen. The charming red and white Sons of Norway Hall greets visitors who come to this small fishing community in Southeast Alaska. For more images from around the world, follow me @KristaRossow.

Video by @babaktafreshi.| Enjoy the rising Harvest Moon from September 13 in a crystal clear sky over the Atlantic Ocean near Boston. The long telephoto lens reveals a much larger moon than we normally experience. I had one eye on the moon and the other on the people who some looked excitingly and some ignored. There is a lot we miss when being disconnected from the natural world.⁣ ⁣The soundtrack “I Witness Windflaw” is a courtesy of orchestra composer Barbad Bayat. Explore more of The World at Night photography with me, @babaktafreshi.

Photo by @bertiegregory | A large male polar bear approaches in a snow storm on the west coast of the Hudson Bay, Canada. Although this bear was big, polar bears can get even bigger, with the largest male polar bears weighing more than 1600 lbs! Follow @bertiegregory for more wildlife adventures.

Photo by Muhammed Muheisen @mmuheisen | Colorful blossoming tulip fields in Keukenhof, Lisse, Netherlands. Keukenhof is known as the Garden of Europe and is one of the world's largest flower gardens. For more photos and videos from different parts of the world, follow me @mmuheisen and @mmuheisenpublic

Photo by @stephen_matera | The Golden Gate Bridge at dusk as viewed from the Golden Gate National Recreation Area toward San Francisco, California. At over 15 million visitors per year, the GGNRA is one of the most visited parks in the National Park system. A large part of the park is land formerly used by the U.S. Army and is managed by the National Park Service. Follow me @stephen_matera for more images like this from California and around the world.

Photo by @sofia_jaramillo5.| The Buffalo Fork River flows in a valley near the Teton Range in Moran, Wyoming. The earliest evidence of humans in this area dates back at least 11,000 years. People first traveled into the valley near Grand Teton National Park as glaciers receded. By the time Europeans arrived, tribes such as the Shoshone, Bannock, Blackfoot, Crow, Flathead, Gros Ventre, Nez Perce, and others were harvesting and hunting in the area. For more photos from Wyoming follow @sofia_jaramillo5.

Photo by @michaelclarkphoto | The city of Svolvær, shown here, in the Lofoten Islands is packed between steep mountains jutting right out of the ocean and the Norwegian Sea on the northern coast of Norway. The red painted buildings are everywhere in the Lofoten. Red paint is the easiest color to produce and was historically created using red ochre and cod liver oil.

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