National Geographic Live

For 125 years, National Geographic writers have travelled around the world and lived the adventure.  Their stories provide glimpses into exciting, stunning and sometimes dangerous places.  The world’s best-known magazine received the 2013 National Magazine Award for General Excellence in its quasquicentennial year. To celebrate more than a century of expeditions, National Geographic is hosting…

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After graduating from literature and anthropology programs at Oxford and Cambridge, Emily Ainsworth’s surprising next step was to run away to the Mexican circus. While performing as dancer “Princess Aurora,” Ainsworth photographed the expedition as a National Geographic Young Explorer.  She continued to travel the world photographing subcultures and allowing us to see these experiences…

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The “Great Work” of Africa, the greatest achievements of the peoples of Africa, are the intact wilderness areas that still remain on this wild, primordial continent. Just 200 years ago most of this vast landmass was a never-ending wilderness protected by teeth, claws, tusks, horns and fangs. A patchwork mosaic of forests, lakes, deserts, mountains, deltas, grasslands, rivers,…

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The “Great Work” of Africa, the greatest achievements of the peoples of Africa, are the intact wilderness areas that still remain on this wild, primordial continent. Just 200 years ago most of this vast landmass was a never-ending wilderness protected by teeth, claws, tusks, horns and fangs. A patchwork mosaic of forests, lakes, deserts, mountains, deltas, grasslands, rivers,…

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This fall, the National Geographic Society is celebrating its fifth silver anniversary … Or two diamonds and a wood? For those of you unfamiliar with traditional gifts, that is 125 years of the golden rectangle. National Geographic Live, the events and live performance division of National Geographic, has decided to celebrate this quasquicentennial by remembering…

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This fall, the National Geographic Society is celebrating its fifth silver anniversary … Or two diamonds and a wood? For those of you unfamiliar with traditional gifts, that is 125 years of the golden rectangle. National Geographic Live, the events and live performance division of National Geographic, has decided to celebrate this quasquicentennial by remembering…

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