National Geographic has released its annual tally with the best photographs taken by their photographers and members of your community who frequently send images to “Your Shot”. All photos are the epitome of “Photo of the Day”, the popular portal / magazine.
In the results, we have captured all kinds of cameras images; we’re not just talking about gear professional. In fact, the first to see was captured by a GoPro:
This image, entitled “Snack Atack”, was sent by Clinton Berry, a member of the Your Shot Nat Geo community, and was captured using a GoPro Casey Station, Antarctica.
This image was also captured by a member of the community “Your Shot” Eil Malk, on one of the rocky islands of Palau. This area is home to strange golden malaguas that are harmless to humans.
This photo, captured by Pooyan Shadpoor, shows how the edge of Larak, Iran, lights due to plankton.
The Aurora Borealis in Iceland
Ernie captured by Vater, on the frozen shores of Lake Superior. You can only get to this place when the lake is frozen, which happens infrequently. In fact, access was only possible for 9 days at the beginning of the year.
Spectacular captured image in Cabo Pulmo, a marine park in Baja California by Jeff Hester.
Lake Baikal in Siberia, seems to open the half. Captured by Alexey Trofimov