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  1. 7-19-17 Shot of the DAY

    WALK IN THE CLOUDS In Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, the Cloud Forest displays plants from all ranges of altitude. Visitors can take an elevator to the aerial walkways, shown here, to walk around the indoor, man-made mountain.
  2. 7-03-17 Shot of the DAY

    UNDERGROUND EXPLORATION Sơn Đoòng Cave in Vietnam is the largest cave in the world. A local farmer discovered the cave in the early 1990s, but it wasn't fully explored until 2009. Three miles long and 65 stories high in places, the cave has its own weather system.
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  4. 6-18-17 Shot of the DAY

    STORM'S A-COMING A supercell prepares to storm over a wind farm in Lamar, Colorado. Your Shot photographer Michael Snyder says that watching a storm morph, move, and "blast you with rain, wind and hail is a good time."
  5. 6/11/17 Shot of the DAY

    LILY HARVEST In Vietnam's Mekong Delta, a woman harvests water lilies. The fertile region is home to a wealth of plants and animals, and its agricultural yield has earned the Delta the nickname of Vietnam's "rice bowl."
  6. 6/04/17 Shot of the DAY

    EAGLE TRAINING In Mongolia, a hunter named Saliukhan pauses with his golden eagle. In this region, training eagles for hunting is a skill that is passed on through generations. The eagles hunt small animals in the mountains, which in turn will be made into traditional fur clothes. Your Shot photographer Biljana Jurukovski writes that once an eagle has been captive for 10 years, the hunter releases it back into the wild.
  7. 5-15-17 Shot of the DAY

    A miner pauses in the ocher mines on the Iranian island of Hormuz. Ocher, which is naturally reddish brown, is used in products like paint, cosmetics, and ceramics.
  8. 5-09-17 Shot of the DAY

    The northern lights combine with a sunset to make a beautiful landscape photograph. The Lofoten Islands of Norway, where this shot was taken, are a picturesque place to see the lights from September to April.
  9. 5-05-17 Shot of the DAY

    A miner collects sulfur in a crater in Indonesia. According to Your Shot photographer Gleb Tarro, hundreds of miners "make the perilous journey climbing 9,000 feet to the summit and then 3,000 feet down into the crater." Sulfur is used in manufacturing everything from matches to fertilizer to film.
  10. 5-02-17 Shot of the DAY

    The Slovenian village of Moste peeks through the fog early one morning. Your Shot photographer Aleš K. hiked to the top of a nearby hill to watch the sunrise. He says that at first all he could see were mountains, but that the morning soon soon burned off the fog.
  11. 5-01-17 Shot of the DAY

    Your Shot photographer Lauren Breedlove noticed this woman and perfect backdrop while on a trip to Havana. "I borrowed some change from a friend and approached the woman with it, asking to take her photograph. She nodded and posed like a boss, stogie and all."
  12. 4-30-17 Shot of the DAY

    Your Shot photographer Sebastián Vieira Uribe stumbled upon this lizard, covered in raindrops, trying to get warm after a storm.
  13. 4-11-17 Shot of the DAY

    PENGUIN PARADE A group of gentoo penguins cross the beach at sunrise on Saunders Island, the fourth largest island in the Falkland Islands.
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