Harry is asking us to "Look Up"

As part of his project in guest-editing the National Geographic Instagram account the Duke of Sussex is encouraging us to share images of trees in our local communities. We are asked to post them on #LookingUp.

The idea is for us to recognize the important role that we play in the community in protecting nature and for us to appreciate the beauty in our local surroundings.

Harry states he will select and post a selection of the tree photos from across the world on the @SussexRoyal Instagram account.
Duke of Sussex asking us to Look Up and take photos of Trees
Harry's photo

To get the ball rolling, Harry has taken this shot (slightly edited by me) of a Baobab tree in Malawi.

Harry speaks of his love of trees and forests and of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy Project in which commonwealth countries have been dedicating forests for conservation or have committed to plant millions of new trees to help combat climate change. 

My photo of a jacaranda tree


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