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Almost Identical | Photograph by Alvis Lazarus (@alvislazarusphotography)
"Gorgeous habitat of Bandipur and I saw two spotted deers grazing," writes #YourShotPhotographer Alvis Lazarus. "It was a moment after rains and the twilight was too gorgeous. As I was enjoying the scene, the two Stags stopped a moment and looked at me... wow, just wow. It was a moment when I felt that both stags were almost identical."

The @natgeoyourshot photo community began with the tagline “Let’s tell stories together.” We wanted the @natgeo audience to share their best images and stories with us. Thirteen years after the first Your Shot image was featured in print, the global community platform is now celebrating the milestone of 10 million uploads! Go to the link in our profile ( to join Your Shot today and for your chance to be published in National Geographic magazine and as National Geographic’s Photo of the Day, and to be featured on @natgeoyourshot.


Photo by David Guttenfelder @dguttenfelder | A view of Pyongyang at dawn across the Taedong River from a window in the Yanggakdo Hotel. Towering above the rest is the 105-story, pyramid-shaped Rygyong Hotel, under construction since 1987. Please follow me, @dguttenfelder, for an inside look at North Korea, where I have been traveling and photographing for the past 19 years.


Photo by @jonathankingston | Expedition leader Jimmy White explores a cave on the island of Makatea in the Tuamotu Archipelago of French Polynesia. The name of the island is derived from the drinking water being brought out of caves like this one by local residents. “Ma,” indicates clear water and “Atea” indicates the light of day – with the “K” thrown in between the two words to make the resulting phrase “Ma-K-Atea” sound pleasing to the ear. For many years the island was the site of a large phosphate mining operation that produced hundreds if not thousands of hand dug pits. The mine was abandoned in 1964, but an unsuspecting visitor could easily fall into the pits while walking through the thick underbrush that has reclaimed the land. The cave is filled with more helictites – a twig like stalactite – than I have ever seen. The pool is illuminated with underwater dive lights.
#frenchpolynesia #makatea #tuamotu #cave


Palau - Micronesia ✨❤️❤️❤️✨
Pictures by ✨@savethereef✨ go follow this new charity that aims to save coral reefs, marine life and the oceans as they donate to environmental charities all over the world while spreading awareness about this urgent issue before it’s too late in a few years!


#Cannes you believe it? Sundy Jules (@sundyjules) sure can’t. The 20-year-old French creator is at the Cannes Film Festival for the first time. “I’m excited for everything,” Sundy says. “The films, the beach, the parties, hanging out with my friends, but definitely mostly excited for the films.”
Do you know how to say “walk the red carpet” in French? 🤔 Find out from Sundy in a little quiz we like to call #GameOn, on our story now.


Hay huéspedes que no son bienvenidos. El ébola zaire es uno de ellos. ⚠️ #TheHotZone Serie de tres episodios. Lunes 27, martes 28 y miércoles 29, 9 PM MEX-COL-PE / 10 PM ARG-CHI


Last month I was invited to fly the very first ever @CathayPacific Seattle to Hong Kong flight - here’s a glimpse into what I saw during my time there. Starting July 1st, Passengers flying from Seattle can enjoy daily service as Cathay Pacific expands the route to include daily service to Hong Kong. #SEA2HKG #shotoniphone


Les Deux Palais, Île de la Cité, Paris, 2019 🦋


“keep calm and nap on” writes @eastonofthewild


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