Sunday Stills: Double-take cityscapes, growing food in the coldest place on earth, and more

Sunday Stills: Double-take cityscapes, growing food in the coldest place on earth, and more


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In search of the perfect cup of tea
National Geographic
Issue 144
S U N D A Y  S T I L L S
March 24, 2019
Photograph by Charlie Hamilton James
      Magazine     
In the city's shadow
In some parts of the world they are revered and protected; in other places they are captured and eaten for dinner. One thing is certain: Rats are everywhere.
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Photograph by Stephanie Foden
      Culture     
An African treasure on the other side of the Atlantic
Music, religion, and dance reflect a tradition of revelry and defiance in Bahia, Brazil's most Afro-Brazilian region.
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Photograph by NICOLAS RUEL
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Looking—and looking again—at cityscapes
In an eight-second exposure, Nicolas Ruel captures the motion, color, and energy of some of the world's busiest cities.
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Photograph by Esther Horvath
      Science     
Want to grow plants in space? Go to one Earth's most remote places.
Visit a research base in Antarctica where the aim is to make fresh produce a part of life on Mars.
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      Selfies on Assignment     
Babek Tafreshi used a self-timer and a tripod to capture this selfie while on assignment in Death Valley National Park. "From this high altitude vista, under an ocean of stars in a moonless night, the glow of Las Vegas is visible behind me, from 90 miles away, revealing how far light pollution of the cities can affect the natural world," he writes.
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