Photo by // Men and women from the nearby regions gather in the Plaza de Armas to celebrate fertility and the yearly harvest. As a result of the festivities they will celebrate once again in 9 months for all the newborns! by natgeotravel
Photo by @stillerakos // Kamenita vrata, or Stone Gate is one of the biggest shrines in Zagreb. In 1731, a raging fire destroyed the neighberhood, but a picture of Virgin Mary remained intact within the building. She has been credited stopping the fire, and the word spread about her holy powers - many Croatians pray to her in the Stone Gate every day. #onassignment for @natgeotravel. follow @stillerakos for more!
Photo by @nashcophoto // Donna Pacheco of the Achadinha Cheese Company turns wheels of cheese in the aging room of her 290-acre Petaluma dairy farm. She and her husband hand make wheels of Capricious goats cheese that is aged a year and rubbed in olive oil. Photographed #onassignment for @natgeotravel #cheese #california Follow @naschcophoto for more adventures. by natgeotravel
Photo by @alisonwrightphoto // Just married in Islington London England. I was living in England while photographing a couple of books for National Geographic on London & Great Britain when I happened upon this couple that had just gotten married at City Hall. I loved their bowler hat and glasses wedding theme. When I jumped in to take their photo the bride invited me to join in their celebration with a glass of champagne. Which of course I did. This image is featured in my book "Face to…