National Geographic Released Their Unpublished Photos, And They’re Flawless.
Over their years in publication, National Geographic has given us some of the most amazing travel photography that we'll ever see, from the most remote and beautiful locations all around the world. What many don't realize, though, is that there are also a lot of NatGeo photos that we don't see: Previously unpublished works of art that, for whatever reason, didn't make the cut during their time.
Well, now you can see some of them below. Check out National Geographic's collection of unpublished photos from decades ago, almost like little outtakes of the past. The last one is perfectly timed and will definitely put a smile on your face.
One Irish Guardsman faints during a ceremony in England in 1966.
James P. Blair/National Geographic
A woman dressed as a Chinese goddess poses calmly in a 1915 California garden.
Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Creative
A little girl checking out a lunar module in Canada, 1975.
Robert Madden/National Geographic Creative
Women sit in a modern chic boutique in Casablanca in 1971.
Thomas J. Abercrombie/National Geographic Creative
The Statue of Liberty reigns supreme over the New York Harbor in 1978.
David Ala Harvey/National Geographic Creative
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