National Geographic is well known for their photographs. Here’s a look at some never before published images. More than captivating, they provide an eye into the past and other cultures.
The project called Found was established in 2013 to honor NatGeo’s 125th anniversary. The project’s team says that their mission is to bring the pictures back to life by sharing them to new audiences. And even some of the dates or locations are missing, the images capture perfect moments making them timeless.
The photographs were dug up by Guardian of the Collection William Bonner, who still finds them highly inspiring even after years spent in the archives.
1926: Girls Sitting On Hereford Bull, Pleasanton, California
1966: Welts Pattern The Entrie Back Of A Nuba Woman, Sudan
1963: John F. Kennedy Coffin Lies In State, The Capitol’s Dome
1892: Loggers And The Giant Mark Twain Redwood Cut Down, California
1957: Man Examines Teeth Of Alaskan Malamute Puppy, The South Pole
1953: Boys In School Uniforms Pose With King Penguins, London Zoo
1919: Man Herds Sheep With His Collies, Scotland
1931: Locals Chill Out In Tulip Fields Along The Canal, Haarlem, The Netherlands
1951: Tourits Explore Huge Dead Tree With Tunnel Cut Out, Sequoia National Forest
1909: Young Kenyan Woman Holding Pet Deer, Mombassa
1967: American Bison Charge Through Heavy Snow, Yellowstone National Park
1964: Kitten Attacks Itself In Mirror
1988: Caramel The Cat Is A Regular At Le Louis IX, Paris
1966: Irish Guards At Attention While One Faints, London
1973: White Fallow Stag In Forest, Switzerland
1935: Kitten Floating On Water Lily Pad, Philippines
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