Photograph by Nick Johanson
What an amazing place this is. The Serengeti is just something else. Im so glad I got to spend time here.
This was shot out the window of the Land Cruiser on a game drive with my phone, the OnePlus 5.
Sardine Run | Photograph by Keding Zhu
“Every year from July to August, billions of sardines from Cape Agulhas, South Africa migrate along the east coast all way to the north.” writes Your Shot photographer Keding Zhu. “Countless hunters besieged, presenting the full power of a visual feast.”
This photo was submitted to the Underwater category of the 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year photo contest. The grand prize winner will receive $7500; their winning image will be published in an upcoming issue of National Geographic magazine, and featured on the @natgeo Instagram account. To enter, go to natgeo.com/photocontest. Good luck #YourShotPhotographer
Photograph by Sky Last #natgeo台灣系列 #Taiwan
Every time when I film sunset or sunrise, I like take asterism with the scene, I feel the moment ,this great and God given moment is belong with lens and me.
Sharks: rulers of the aquatic world, molded by evolution into a fierce predator. Few dare to challenge this king of the ocean, but what kinds of animals would be daring enough to take on the predators of the sea?
Join Nat Geo WILD for the kickoff of the best week of sharks! #SharkFest starts tonight with Shark vs. Predator, 8/7c!
Around the world with me - Val di Funes- Dolomites - South Tyrol - Italy *
BeautiFALL Fairy Tale Dolomites - One of my biggest photographer's dream was to visit Val di Funes in South Tyrol. I was with my dear friend @rafebattiste. Mamma Mia, this place is so breathtaking!! Tag who you would visit this place with *
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在藏族村落裡，當地居民每年都會慶祝那曲賽馬節，節慶期間有著一系列的挑戰。在這裡，他們輪流將一顆巨石搬起至離地一英尺高。「在比賽開始前，我也試著將石頭搬起，但它甚至連動都不動」攝影師Steven Chou說。 所有挑戰裡最困難的因素在於需要在15000英尺高海拔、稀薄的空氣環境下達成這些事。
In a Tibetan village, locals celebrate the annual QiangTang Horse Racing Festival, which involves a series of challenges. Here, they take turns lifting a large rock as a feat of strength. "Before the game start[ed] I tried to lift the rock also, but it didn't move even a little bit," says Your Shot photographer Steven Chou. He says the most difficult factor in all the challenges is the thin air at the high altitude—almost 15,000 feet above sea level.
Today we’re featuring @natgeoyourshot photographs selected for @natgeo’s “Photo of the Day.” To see more, go to natgeo.com/pod. #YourShotPhotographer
Photograph by Andrew Caitens -
Swimming with turtles will never get old! So relaxed and curious.
Following them around and watching them do their thing is an experience like no other!