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Labord’s Chameleon Image, Madagascar - National Geographic Photo of the Day

Gazans swim in the Mediterranean Sea at sunset. An Israeli naval blockade to stop smuggling of arms and other goods into the Gaza Strip—the heart of Palestinian resistance—also restricts Gazans to within three nautical miles of shore. But the sea is one place where they have an open horizon.

Photograph by Paolo Pellegrin Israel’s naval blockade to stop smuggling of arms and other goods into the strip also restricts Gazans to within three nautical miles of shore. But the sea is one place where Gazans have an open horizon.

South Carolina’s ACE Basin harbors a wealth of wildlife and history. Here, a moss-hung cypress keeps watch over the placid waters of the Lowcountry basin, named for three rivers that run through it: the Ashepoo, Combahee, and Edisto.

River Lady - South Carolina’s ACE Basin harbors a wealth of wildlife and history. Here, a moss-hung cypress keeps watch over the placid waters of the Lowcountry basin, named for three rivers that run through it: the Ashepoo, Combahee, and Edisto

Picture of a tree along the path of Hadrian’s Wall in northern England

National Geographic’s Photo Of The Day: Spider Hole - Socks On An Octopus

ciscoes canada underwater photography

Ciscoes, Canada Photograph by Paul Vecsei (via Fish Picture — Underwater Photo — National Geographic Photo of the Day)

Nature’s art…

Aerial picture of a harvested hay field, Poland Photograph by Andrius Jonusas, National Geographic Your Shot

Santiago Calatrava for New York City Ballet

Santiago Calatrava for New York City Ballet I love the use of soft shadows on this piece. I think this is lit by Fresnel lighting, but correct me if I'm wrong.

National Geographic Observer — Crabbing a Ride  Photograph by Nancy Leigh

rhamphotheca: “Sally Lightfoot Crab Riding a Marine Iguana Photograph: Nancy Leigh, National Geographic Your Shot “The setting was very eerie,” writes Your Shot member Nancy Leigh. “In the darkness.

Chamois Foraging Leap of Faith... photo by Stefano Unterthiner

Chamois Foraging Leap of Faith... photo by Stefano Unterthiner

4.Bearded Vulture:

A bearded vulture (biggest bird of prey that you can meet in Switzerland), taken against the bright gray sky.

Patos Island, Washington, is part of a thousand-acre national monument created last year by President Barack Obama. Wilderness, a higher form of land protection, covers 350 acres of the San Juans¿but only Congress can designate a wilderness

'A glimpse of the world as it was in the beginning': Spectacular photos celebrate 50 years of law to protect American wilderness

Patos Island, one of Washington's San Juan Islands, is part of a thousand-acre national monument created last year by President Barack Obama. Wilderness, a higher form of land protection, covers 350 acres of the San Juans.

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A woman with a red umbrella walks on the platform at the AV Mediopadana train station in Reggio Emilia, Italy, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

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