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Nat Geo Photography

@NatGeoPhotos

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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NatGeoPhotos and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
a day
Average replies
4
Average retweets
35
Average likes
160
Tweets with photos
15 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

3. globally and in category Magazines & Journals

23. in category Magazines & Journals

38. globally and in category Media

118. globally

133. in category Media

How does America take care of the people who fill our tables with food? @KatieOrlinsky shows us. https://t.co/wJnK5096EL https://t.co/n4WdpQZ3lJ

How does America take care of the people who fill our tables with food? @KatieOrlinsky shows us. https://t.co/wJnK5096EL https://t.co/n4WdpQZ3lJ

This photo of a napping mother and her children in Mali was the cover of our May 1998 issue. Inside was the story of a decades-long drought and its effect on this nomadic people—just one result of our ever-warming world. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/NCGqHhmYCq

Learn how our visual team creates accessible stories by presenting discoveries in science, health, and technology in fascinating detail. Join our free online event with Photoville, "Science Visualized" Oct. 4th at 5pm EST https://t.co/M54IZWV6XY

When this photo of a northern white rhinoceros at the San Diego Animal Park was published in July 1993, the animal was one of a few dozen of its kind left in the world. Now, only two remain. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/5qVOSYMEbk

In this scene captured in Amherst, Massachusetts, college students register to vote shortly after Congress passed the 26th Amendment, lowering the national voting age from 21 to 18. https://t.co/Xxs3aVxvi3

In this scene from our archives, spring fog drifts over a Pennsylvania apple orchard at sunrise. https://t.co/uxFHOJhXut

In this scene, a Hasidic Jewish man in Ukraine immerses himself before Rosh Hashanah in a quarry pool that serves as a mikvah, a body of water used for spiritual cleansing. https://t.co/drZf23R9fS

In this image from our August 1966 issue, a teacher explains molecular construction to a room of students in Conakry, Guinea. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/eFkdtEl2DE

In this photo from our March 1963 issue, climbers rest on Pico Espejo before beginning the trek up Pico Bolívar, the mountain on the left, which is Venezuela's highest peak. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/u9BSwKWSXR

In this scene from our December 2015 issue, dancers in Haiti prepare for a midnight ceremony in honor of Ezili Danto, the Black Madonna. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/Jgg1aOi0xD

In this scene, a camper van drives through rural Baja California, Mexico, passing numerous cardon cacti. This type of cactus can live for hundreds of years and grow to more than 60 feet tall. https://t.co/7P638Y4gKT

They capture the apocalyptic skies: How photographers are showing the patterns of the deadly #WestCoastFires https://t.co/JVyNZWxMDZ @NatGeo @stuartpalley https://t.co/NGtJr5Xx0F

They capture the apocalyptic skies: How photographers are showing the patterns of the deadly #WestCoastFires https://t.co/JVyNZWxMDZ @NatGeo @stuartpalley https://t.co/NGtJr5Xx0F

This California neighborhood mobilized to try to stop #wildfires from sweeping through. They were lucky. They did set up a fire break that kept the inferno at bay, but the blaze was slow moving, not a "super-megafire." https://t.co/860NGmIipG Via @vmjaggard99 📷 @LantingFrans

In this scene from our archives, a clinic in Pokrovskoye, Russia, transforms into a fourth-grade classroom after the local school's heating system broke. For a lake-front town in Siberia, heat is not optional. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/QBpyUaIqe6

In this scene migratory flamingos stop to rest in the Atacama Desert in South America, one of the driest deserts in the world. Sometimes snowmelt and water from springs combine to create high-altitude lakes, like the one captured here #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/0rzxy5wkMd

In this scene captured at Camp Pendleton, Virginia Beach, a surfing contest turns into a sunbathing session. This U.S. military-owned strip of beach adjoins more than seven miles of public beaches. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/qOycGZzkli

In Hong Kong, a photographer struggles with 3 questions:

What does it mean for a city to die?
How do you mourn the loss of a place in which you are still living?
And how do you make images that get at these things?
 
https://t.co/uDmqb3f7Xe @laurelchor @whitneycjohnson @NatGeo https://t.co/DuKBQ23mlz

In Hong Kong, a photographer struggles with 3 questions: What does it mean for a city to die? How do you mourn the loss of a place in which you are still living? And how do you make images that get at these things? https://t.co/uDmqb3f7Xe @laurelchor @whitneycjohnson @NatGeo https://t.co/DuKBQ23mlz

In this scene, summertime bathers at Lake Urmia, Iran, wade into waters colored red by bacteria and algae. Tourists have come here for generations, but the number of visitors has fallen as the lake has shrunk some 80% since the 1980s. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/a83e7Svt1e

In this scene captured in a studio at the Juilliard School complex in the Lincoln Center complex, a sunny spotlight provides a warm place for a young dance student to limber up. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/GVjf8fKaCG

In this scene published in September 1992, children play in water in Salvador, Brazil. The joyous scene belies the history of the plaza, where enslaved people were publicly whipped for supposed crimes. #PhotoOfTheDay https://t.co/7qqKeO6YNU

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