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Photo by @danwestergren // #sponsored by @visit_arizona // Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado river near Page, Arizona is one of the best scenic spots in the area. I wasn’t sure what I would find photographically when I arrived one hour before sunset. Most shots I’ve seen of the bend these days are blended HDR exposures of the canyon. Not being a fan of HDR I was hoping to avoid that technique. Turns out that if you photograph just before sunset, the light bounces off the cliff below your feet and fills in the adjacent rock wall. An added bonus to this approach is that the clouds are reflected in the river, adding another element to the shot. // Even once you see it in person, you may still doubt it’s real. Plan your [un]real Arizona getaway. #VisitArizona

Page, Arizona

Photo: @juanarre (Juan Arredondo)

Claudia Joana Cruz (22) stepped on a landmine in 2013 while she was returning from a field trip on the countryside in Cauca. From that day she recalls: “I lost consciousness after the blast and they told me later I was losing a lot of blood. The reason they had to amputate so high was due to the infection. It took almost five hours until I was finally given medical assistance."
More than 11,400 people have been injured or killed by landmines since 1990. Uncleared minefields remain an obstacle to development and resettlement in areas of Colombia.
A peace accord has ended the fighting but the countryside is littered with land mines and criminal gangs are growing reclaiming territories left by FARC demobilized rebels. Deming is one of the challenges this hopeful nation faces after five decades of Civil War.
Shot on assignment this month's issue of @natgeo 'The healing of Colombia' with text by Alma Guillermoprieto. Follow me @juanarre to see more about the challenges and changes Colombia is undergoing.
#postconflict #thehealingofcolombia #dailylife #peace #Colombia #peaceproces #landmines #medellin

Medellin Colombia

Top Shot: Escape Flight | Photograph by Nikolay Nikolov
#YourShotPhotographer Nikolay Nikolov captured this moment of two crows making their escape from a golden jackal. “The expression on the face of the jackal is so intense,” writes Your Shot Producer Matt Adams (@themattadams), who selected this image for the January 22, 2018. “Great work following the action with your lens and capturing this excellent wildlife photograph. The two crows are so close together, but there is a small space where the jackal’s face is revealed which is great.”

Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen, 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors from thousands of recent uploads. Our community votes for their favorite photo from the selection, and the Top Shot is showcased on the @natgeoyourshot Instagram account. Go to the link in our profile to see more editor’s favorites.


Photo by @lucalocatelliphoto: The unused Kalkar nuclear reactor site now operates as an amusement park, Wunderland Kalkar. #amusementparks #fun #wunderlandkalkar #rides


“Cuddle time, is all the time!” writes @livin_a_golden_life


Frozen Niagara Falls - Ontario 😱😱😱 Picture by ✨✨@legionxstudios✨✨
#wonderful_places for a feature 💙


Photo by @madame_love
Spotted in the reflection of a bell jar: a window looking out onto Paris. #WHPwindows

Paris, France

Food, films & flurries! Exploring Park City and found the #SapphireonLocation Food Truck with chef @kristenlkish - check the link in my bio for the @chase Sapphire travel guide to Park City #SapphireInsider #ChasePartner

Park City, Utah

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