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Nationl Geographic
Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:20 AM mt

Pushed for Time



One of the best places [to photograph] in Cairo, Egypt, is the camels market, writes Your Shot member Nader Saadallah. At this moment, the camels keepers and sellers [are] trying to push the camel into their vehicle to send it to the local market to be slaughtered to be ready for customers.

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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:20 AM mt

Old Guard



Hundreds of old cypresses guard the perimeter of Lake Camcuaro and its turquoise-colored, crystal clear water, Javier Eduardo Alvarez writes of this photo he made of the small Mexican lake, popular for its picturesque beauty. This place is magical.

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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:19 AM mt

Hidden Gem



Forged by the wear of water rushing over rocks, Olo Canyon in Arizona is concealed inside the Grand Canyon. Its alluring landscape includes natural springs and rocks shaped like cathedral amphitheaters.

See more pictures from the September 2016 story "Are We Losing the Grand Canyon?"


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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:19 AM mt

Behind the Curtain



Circus performers in Hanoi, Vietnam, prepare for the show minutes before it gets under way. Nguyen Thi Thu Hiep, shown here stretching, is a contortionist. For extra money, she also performs at private parties and social events.

See more pictures from the September 2016 story "A Life at the Circus: Going Behind the Curtain in Vietnam."


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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:19 AM mt

'You Dropped Something'



Your Shot photographer Suyash Mehta gained a souvenir from a passing eagle in Satara, India: a long feather. India is home to nearly two dozen eagle species.

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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:19 AM mt

Whale of a Time



A whale sharkthe biggest fish in the seaswims along, extremely curious about his observers. Your Shot photographer David Robinson, who researches whale shark ecology, captured this image in Qatar on a day with great visibility in an area with waters that are usually full of plankton.

Robinson's shot was recently featured in the Daily Dozen.

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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:19 AM mt

Life on Mars



Your Shot member Bryan Geigers early morning visit to the summit area of Haleakal volcano in Hawaiis Haleakal National Park yielded this extraordinary image of an otherworldly landscape. I woke up at 3 a.m. and drove to Haleakal summit, Geiger writes. As the sun came up it revealed only a white wall of mist. After a couple of hours, disappointed and cold, I decided to leave. While driving back I jumped out at the overlook to see if anything had changed. At that moment the clouds retreated and I had only an instant to snap this photo of the [alien-looking] land.

Geiger's shot was recently featured in the Daily Dozen.

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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:19 AM mt

Western Spirit



Framing an expansive blue sky, desert buttes, and a pair of majestic horses, Your Shot member Nora Feddal captures the essence of the American West in this image made while visiting Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, which extends into both Arizona and Utah.

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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:19 AM mt

Night Falls



By day, the water of Arizona's Havasu Falls is a remarkable, bright blue-green. In this image submitted by Jes Stockhausen, its a milky ribbon, illuminated at night by the light of a campers headlamps. While camping in the Havasupai [Indian Reservation], you hear the roar of the falls 24/7. My friend and I went to see if we could see the stars and were blown away [by] the sheer darkness of the canyon. This shot was [made] with two headlamps, one at the subjects feet and one on his head.

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Saturday January 20, 2018 @ 06:46:19 AM mt

First Light



Photographer Theerasak Saksritawee submitted this photo of birds taking flight in a golden sky over Taiwans National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. The memorial, dedicated to the former president of the Republic of China, includes gardens, ponds, and this sprawling plaza, a popular spot for national celebrations.

Saksritawee's shot was recently featured in the Daily Dozen.

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