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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF NATNACPHOTOS
68.4% of natnacphotos's followers are female and 31.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.70%. The average number of likes per post is 153 and the average number of comments is 6.
Natnacphotos loves posting about Fashion, Lifestyle, Modeling.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR NATNACPHOTOS
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF NATNACPHOTOS
- Beauty & Fashion 77.96 %
- Art & Design 68.84 %
- Business & Careers 54.85 %
- Books and Literature 53.49 %
- Travel & Tourism 52.26 %
- Movies and TV 45.28 %
- Music 45.02 %
- Photography 42.29 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 36.09 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 36.09 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 36.09 %
- Fitness & Yoga 33.67 %
That morning light ✨
Beirut is where I spent my summers and Christmases growing up as a child. Beirut is where I moved straight after university to start my photojournalism career for 6 years. Beirut is where I fell in love. Beirut is where I got married. Beirut is where my daughter spent her first Christmas. I have no words for what you went through, only immense heartache. But, I will be back. To love you and help you, just as much as you loved me, taught me, and nourished me. I’m sorry I’m not there when you need me the most 💔
Mohammad Bin Rashed Space Center- “When the United Arab Emirates’ Mars mission takes off, it will be a victory for the entire country, but particularly for women, who make up 34% of the mission team and 80% of the science team. Women’s representation in the Emirati workforce overall is lower, at 28%, but this is changing despite traditional gender and family roles”- Covering the Hope Mission to Mars for Nature Journal- text by Elizabeth Gibney
Summer evenings, Dubai #dxb#fujixpro2#dubaisummers#dubai
“It creeped up in the news, but we always thought it was something that spread elsewhere, never close to home. I continued with assignments and life as normal. I live in Dubai, UAE, with my husband and 7-month-old daughter, and, eventually it hit, infecting people we knew. Curfews began, we were given the green light to see my brother-in-law’s family, but we couldn’t see anyone else. We began to disinfect every item that came from a supermarket, every plastic packaging that was delivered. Seeing my brother-in-law’s family over the weekend was what we looked forward to, new faces, new environment. Suddenly, overnight, there was a complete lockdown, which meant we weren’t allowed to leave our home for any reason, unless with a government-approved permit for trips to the pharmacy, supermarket, or hospital. Violators were heavily fined. It challenged us. Having no outdoor space, no balcony, no fresh air, took a toll on us emotionally. We were trapped. Our door to the outside world were the video calls with family and friends. My parents were watching my daughter grow up through an electronic screen, singing nursery rhymes to her, with welled-up eyes, while I frantically researched whether it would hurt her social development. To stay sane and creative, I began photographing my husband and daughter. I felt it was important to document such a strange time for us. As I went through my photographs, I noticed most of them were in our living room. It was where we ate, played, watched movies, connected with our family, celebrated birthdays, fed our baby, relaxed and fell asleep. For me, it symbolized how monotonous our lives were at that time. Days melted into each other. For me, this work is part of our family history, how strangely we lived in this pandemic, hiding away in a glass box, 17 floors up from the invisible threat."- my piece for @washingtonpost- thank you @olivierclaurent for the edit
#wearamask #dubai #dxb
Corona walks 🌳😷 #wearamask
Quarantine sun, Dubai, UAE
Isolation, from my story Our Limbo- #fromthearchives
Kiana, my niece, in her garden last week, and our first time out in the sun in two weeks, government imposed lockdown in Dubai, UAE. My brother in law’s family close by were the only people we were allowed to see- just before the 24 hour lockdown came into effect where you need a permit to leave your home at any given time
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