In this article we are presenting this amazing project run by National Geographic where the NATGEO editors will handpick their favorites and publish a story created from publishers pictures and their editor commentary. All these photographs were super amazing but we decide to pick up 30 of them. All these photographs have their own story.
What Jeanne Moddermann saying about Daily Dozen:
“If you’ve been a regular contributor to or viewer of the Daily Dozen, you’ll notice we’ve made some changes. Our biggest change is that we now review every photo submitted to National Geographic’s Your Shot for consideration in the Daily Dozen. This means that if you upload 15 photos to your gallery, those 15 photos will all be reviewed and may be featured in the Daily Dozen.
There is no specific time period for reviewing photos for a day’s Daily Dozen. Our editors may look at a few days’ worth of photos to select the images featured on a particular day. We may include an image on Thursday that you submitted on Tuesday. However, our Daily Dozen editors do not look at all 1.3 million photos on the site each day. If your photo is selected for the Daily Dozen, it will be noted under the “Published” tab on your profile.” ..
Smelling the wind Photograph by Ben Cherry
A fawn and a boy Photograph by hasib wahab A rare glimpse of human affection to it’s surrounding species. The boy here helped the newborn fawn to cross the canal during the high tide. Location: Nijhum Dwip, Noakhali, Bangladesh
Cold and Icy by Y Q
Auroras and DC-3 in the South of Iceland Photograph by Carlos Gauna
Family’s bond Photograph by Takeshi Marumoto
Gentoo Penguin Photograph by Christian Wilkinson A single Gentoo Penguin pauses for thought on top of a huge iceberg at Paradise Bay, Antarctica.
Playful Lions Check Out Camera Photograph by Kym Illman This lion playfully pawed at my Canon 5DMk3 camera on a recent trip to the Maasai Mara.
True love Photograph by chef atul lahkar This photograph remind my childhood how beautiful it was , when i saw some are slum boys are playing together in a beautiful morning light just tried to capture some of moment …friends are forever endless love
Natural resources of Bolivia Photograph by Takaki Watanabe The salt flats contain more than half of the world’s supply of lithium, the mineral used in computers, phone batteries and electric cars
Toronto with snow & ice Photograph by Peter Bowers It’s been a very cold winter, so the ice in the harbour is quite thick. Strong winds have scoured the snow on the ice creating these shapes. I used a 2-stop hard ND grad filter to “hold back” the light from the city and sky.
Herding in the Altai Photograph by Tariq Sawyer Kazakh-Mongolian nomad searching for graze in the Altai Mountains, Mongolia.
Photographer on the curves Photograph by Faisal Alateeqi I took this shot when i was in uae specifically in liwa desert in abu dhabi
Eruption Kelud Photograph by Heppy Trisna I took this photo at the time of the eruption kelud on February 13, 2014 at 00:56, in which all the panic witnessed eruptions
Cairn of snow – Photography by Christian Nesset While waiting for potential northern lights you have to stay warm, so i built this 2m tall cairn of snow at the summit of Fulånebba. In a distance you can see the lights of Sunndalsøra lightning up the mountains-sides.
Changpa of Ladakh Photograph by Kavya Reddy The Changpa of Ladakh are high altitude pastoralists, raising mainly yaks and goats. The homeland of the Changpa is a high altitude plateau known as the Changtang, which forms a portion of western and northern Tibet extending into southeastern Ladakh, and Changpa means ‘northerners’ in Tibetan.
Batman at the Favela Metro-Mangueira Photograph by Elisabete Maisao Representatives from the City arrived at Favela of Metrô-Mangueira to demolish homes, causing panic and despair amongst the hundreds of people currently living in the local. Batman arrived to comfort the residents and he made the happiness of the children from this place.
Hole in the snow Photograph by Ivo Gianni Fraska The big hole in the snow looks like a scene from X-files.
AB over SørreisaPhotograph by Mats anda My second attempt to shoot the Aurora Borealis and we got quite a show. Didnt see the reflections in the car window before in the editing:p
Iulia & Diana playing with their heife Photograph by Bogdan Comanescu Iulia and Diana playing with their heifer – Geamana, a small hamlet of only a few houses in Apuseni Mountains, Romania, Feb. 2013
Castelluccio di Norcia Photograph by Sandro L. Shot made from the summit of Mount Veletta 1600m- Castelluccio di Norcia (PG)
The Tungurahua Volcano Photograph by Lucas M. Bustamante-Enríquez After waiting all night for a good picture of the eruption of Tungurahua volcano, I could get this photo at 05h00. The contrast of the lava with sky were perfect, not to mention full of stars and Venus as the brightest point in the sky.
Stay in your own lane! Photograph by Patricia Przybylinski Vermont moose are already training for the Summer Olympic Swim Team. The snow creates proper resistance to build up power kicks for the Butterfly Relay. I am a shadow fan, and when the sun hits the rails on our front deck, I am ready with props in frozen hands! I’m typing very fast as the shadows are out right now…have to fly! p.s. just making sure you know these are toy moose…or are they?
thirsty elephant photograph by Steve gordon i was fascinated about the desert elephants. the only place in the world where you find them is in Namibia. I had researched them and decided it was time to photograph them. this is one lone bull at a small watering hole in the Namibian desert. it was about 10.30 am , you can see from the shadows the sun was quite high in the sky, and the elephant, had bathed in the water to keep cool.
Fragile Photograph by Reinhard Arndt Gorgonian Sea Fan (Subergorgia mollis), Sha’ab Sheer (west), Safaga, Egypt
Teeth – Uganda – Kidepo National Park Photograph by Mauro Mozzarelli It takes hours for three Lions to be able to open the Buffalo hide. They were almost exhausted when one of them began to eat.
Glacier trekking Photograph by Nahid Bhadelia Perito Moreno Glacier, El Calafate, Patagonia, Argentina. The ice trekking tour on this glacier has to be one of the most surreal experiences of my life. A lot of the North hemisphere glaciers are shrinking but Perito Moreno is one of the most stable glaciers in the world. Being on this body of ice makes you realize how ephemeral and ever changing even the most solid appearing elements of our surroundings are.
Virgin Mary Church Photograph by Ali Aşılı I took this photo at Virgin Mary Church in Diyarbakir, Turkey. I like light beams very much.
Love bite Photograph by Bruce Thionville Black panther love bite
Hang En Sunbeam Photograph by Ryan Deboodt I was on a trip with a few other cavers to do some photography work and I heard stories of an epic sunbeam that occasionally occurred at the entrance to Hang En in Vietnam. The morning was foggy and cloudy so most everyone gave up hope and left. I managed to convince one other person to hang back in the hopes that the clouds would clear. They did just in time and it was stunning.
Giraffe Tower Photograph by Ali Rashdan A giraffe strolling on the savannah of the Maasai Mara, Kenya
Volcán De Pacaya Photograph by Alex Soto Ríos de lava brotando del Volcán de Pacaya, Escintila, Guatemala
Portrait of a MusherPhotograph by Tom Vaillant Portrait of a new acquaintance, Quentin, who is one of the mushers here! It was -37*C when we shot this.