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After the Rain  Photograph by Guy Nesher, National Geographic “It rained during the second evening of our jeep tour of the Bolivian salt desert,” writes Your Shot member Guy Nesher.

After the Rain Photograph by Guy Nesher, National Geographic “It rained during the second evening of our jeep tour of the Bolivian salt desert,” writes Your Shot member Guy Nesher.

"Exclusive Resorts arranged for tons of experts to be onboard the ship with us — there was the penguin guy, the whale guy, the iceberg guy. There was also a National Geographic photographer aboard."  Barry M., Member Since 2006 Antarctica

"Exclusive Resorts arranged for tons of experts to be onboard the ship with us — there was the penguin guy, the whale guy, the iceberg guy. There was also a National Geographic photographer aboard." Barry M., Member Since 2006 Antarctica

VINEET VOHRA Member Profile -- National Geographic Your Shot  I just found Vineet's work today.  How did I miss this guy?

VINEET VOHRA Member Profile -- National Geographic Your Shot I just found Vineet's work today. How did I miss this guy?

The largest member of the weasel family, wolverines are fierce hunters, feeding on small rodents and even weakened caribou.

The largest member of the weasel family, wolverines are fierce hunters, feeding on small rodents and even weakened caribou.

2007    A Southern right whale of New Zealand shown in the book "Ocean Soul." Brian Skerry, an underwater National Geographic photographer, sent copies of his book to every member of the Senate Ocean Caucus, along with a personal note thanking them for their conservation efforts.

2007 A Southern right whale of New Zealand shown in the book "Ocean Soul." Brian Skerry, an underwater National Geographic photographer, sent copies of his book to every member of the Senate Ocean Caucus, along with a personal note thanking them for their conservation efforts.

This young mountain gorilla, named Kwibesha, is a member of the Kabrizi family of gorillas in Virunga National Park. Wildlife rangers in the park have had to suspend their monitoring of the gorillas because rebel militias and the Congolese army occupy much of their habitat.

This young mountain gorilla, named Kwibesha, is a member of the Kabrizi family of gorillas in Virunga National Park. Wildlife rangers in the park have had to suspend their monitoring of the gorillas because rebel militias and the Congolese army occupy much of their habitat.

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