Sunday Stills: A photographer's love letter to his city, ancient history threatened by modern needs, and more

Sunday Stills: A photographer's love letter to his city, ancient history threatened by modern needs, and more





Plus: See our editors' favorite pictures so far from the 2018 National Geographic Photo Contest
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National Geographic
Issue 125
S U N D A Y  S T I L L S
November 4, 2018
Photograph by Mathias Depardon
      Magazine     
Flooding History
Water is Turkey's most precious resource but controlling it comes with a price. Photographer Mathias Depardon explores ancient towns along the Tigris River which may end up under water should a controversial dam project come to pass.
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Photograph by Cristina Mittermeier
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The Big Meltdown
As the Antarctic Peninsula becomes more temperate, life at the bottom of the world is beginning to change. A writer-photographer team accompanied one of the few natives of the region to see what that might mean.
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Photograph by YASSINE "YORIYAS" ALAOUI ISMAILI
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Casablanca in Real Life
Casablanca native Yoriyas Ismaili uses his camera to explore the quirky rhythm of everyday life in a city made famous by Hollywood. "For me, the camera viewfinder is like a stage, and the people on the street are like dancers."
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Photograph by Mo Wu
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Scenes From a Vibrant World
Every year, we invite photographers from around the world to compete in the National Geographic Photo Contest. Here is a selection of our editors' favorites so far.
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