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Dome Light

Photograph by Matthew Saville, National Geographic Your Shot

“As technology shrinks the world around us, it becomes more and more difficult to find ourselves truly lost in the outdoors,” writes Your Shot member Matthew Saville. “This makes those particular moments and scenes that much more special.” Saville captured this shot of a tent on Half Dome’s Diving Board while camping in Yosemite National Park. “Getting to the Diving Board was quite a challenge, as there is no official trail,” he writes. “For anybody who is prepared, careful, and respectful of nature, the reward is one of the most breathtaking views in all of Yosemite, in my opinion.”

 

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25 de Maio de 2015 at 10:21

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Goddess Dressing

Photograph by Stephanie Sinclair, National Geographic

In Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley, young Newari girls called kumaris are worshipped as living goddesses. Like other kumaris, Dangol, pictured here, wears special makeup for festivals. But it’s more than makeup that changes on these occasions. Former kumaris have described feeling bigger and stronger and said that heat radiates from their foreheads.

 

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24 de Maio de 2015 at 09:19

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Friendly Reflection

Photograph by Pablo Ponti, National Geographic Your Shot

“It had been raining all day in Luanda, Angola, where we live,” writes Pablo Ponti, a member of our Your Shot community. “Just as the last raindrops fell and the sun broke through the clouds … I took my daughter and her two best friends out for a snack, and when we approached a large puddle, the opportunity to show their silhouette in the water’s reflection was formed in my mind. Since they are best friends, I wanted to show them in a different light, through their feet and their reflections. The kids enjoyed it, and I loved the end result.”

 

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23 de Maio de 2015 at 14:17

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Mother of the Forest

Photograph by Marsel van Oosten, National Geographic Your Shot

“These baobab trees on Madagascar are up to 800 years old,” writes Your Shot member Marsel van Oosten. Locally known as “mother of the forest,” the baobab forms a micro-ecosystem of its own, supporting life for both animals and humans, van Oosten says. “Old hollow baobabs are a home to snakes, bats, bush babies, bees, and sometimes even humans. More importantly, the tree is an important source of water—it can store up to 4,000 liters of water in its trunk. For Africa, it is literally the tree of life.”

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22 de Maio de 2015 at 22:41

Hand Beat

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22 de Maio de 2015 at 20:00

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Food Art – Ars Thanea Studio

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19 de Maio de 2015 at 21:25

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Life smartphone

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