YourShotPhotographer Jens Svendsen spent two days with this family of musk ox in Norway to find the perfect moment in the night sun to make their image. Your Shot Producer David Y. Lee @davidylee writes, “I agree with YourShotPhotographer Nicholas Paoni who commented, ‘The light and readability of this shot really are impressive. I am also drawn to the frame by the area, which I will likely never see in person, so your rendition of these surprising animals is way preferred.
But it is the eye touch with so many of the muskoxen that attracts me into the frame and has me lingering there. ’” This image was selected for the Daily Dozen on September 13, 2018. — Top Shot aspects the photo with the main votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen, 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors from hundreds of latest uploads. Our neighborhood votes for their favorite photo from the choice, and the Top Shot is showcased on the @natgeoyourshot Instagram account. “We had just finished a grueling four pitch climb up Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah. The air was fridged, cold and dry, which never does good stuff on your hands,” writes YourShotPhotographer Chris Diebold.
“This shot was taken right as we arrived back to our car. We were mountain climbing all day, so by the time we back, it was pitch black external. The lights on my accomplice’s hands is from my headlamp. ” — “I consider Your Shot photographer Nicholas Paoni who commented, “What an effective story these hands tell. Although I didn’t witness the climb, the fight and energy come via loud and clear. Nice job with the improvised lighting.
” Thanks for sharing the tale behind the photo. I like it. Well done Chris. ” — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. “This trip encouraged me to make a degree of taking pictures aerial images every trip I take.
I also found out that you don’t need a paranormal sky for beauty to current itself,” writes YourShotPhotographer Kathleen Dolmatch. “A day before my 27th birthday, I was in a helicopter looking south on Central Park West which divides the architecture and Central Park — the flight was my birthday gift. Taken with a Canon 5D Mark III and EF 24 70 f/4 IS USM lens. ” — “I trust YourShotPhotographer Michelle Zheng @the. michelle.
zheng who commented, “A vibrant catch of this dividing line among the two different worlds in NYC!It’s such a wonderful city and it’s lovely to see it from above!The vivid autumn colours make a big difference in making a photograph look much more in depth every now and then and you captured just that!Well done. ” — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee @davidylee . YourShotPhotographer Kathleen Dolmatch’s photo won honorable point out in the cities class of the 2016 @natgeo Travel Photographer of the Year contest.