National Geographic : 2013 Oct
ng connect NatioNal GeoGraphic oN tV Every month this page features our staff picks of National Geographic Society products and events. For more go to nglive.org. Nat Geo Photographers To get just the right shot of Nyiragongo volcano in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (left), Carsten Peter rappelled into its fiery interior. Tune in this month as the National Geographic Channel celebrates this magazine’s legendary photographers and the risks they’ve been taking for over a hundred years to document the world and all that is in it. exhibit trip map workshop RailRoads of ameRica See the lines that crisscrossed the country during railroad’s 1920s heyday and the modern rails that operate at full steam today. Visit natgeomaps.com. WomeN of VisioN This exhibit premieres in Washington, D.C., in October and showcases the work of 11 female photographers, including Lynn Johnson, who shot this image of Christian worshippers in India (left). More information is at ngmuseum.org. NeW shiP Orion (left), the latest addition to the National Geographic fleet, is setting sail for the Pacific. Choose your voyage and book your cabin aboard the 102-passenger ship at ngexpeditions.com/newship. PhoTo WoRkshoPs Hone your skills with Geographic contributor Jay Dickman during a week of assignments, talks, and editing sessions in Wyoming’s cowboy country (right). Find workshops elsewhere in the U.S. and in Europe with other top photographers at ngexpeditions.com/workshops. PHOTOS (FROM TOP): CaRSTEN PETER, NaTIONaL GEOGRaPHIC CREaTIVE; kEN DUNCaN, LINDbLaD ExPEDITIONS; Jay DICkMaN; LyNN JOHNSON 166 national geographic • october 2013 Book of the month dawn to dark Photographs National Geographic’s award-winning photographers see the world in many different lights, from a soft pink sunrise over the andes to a moonlit waterway in Maine. Their best shots of morning, afternoon, and night are collected in this new volume, which reveals the multiple ways natural light plays across the globe throughout the day. available now ($40).