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Traveler Photo Contest: Yamal Region, Russia Reindeer breeding is probably one of the rarest professions. In our region, on Yamal, there are approximately 14,000 man that live together with the herds of deers. These people in majority are “Nentsi” by nationality and are representatives of native population. They are very hardworking and hospitable. The photo was taken in Yamal region (Gydansky tundra),  Russia. The temperature in April was -20 degrees below 0.Spontaneous Moments

Traveler Photo Contest: Yamal Region, Russia Reindeer breeding is probably one of the rarest professions. In our region, on Yamal, there are approximately 14,000 man that live together with the herds of deers. These people in majority are “Nentsi” by nationality and are representatives of native population. They are very hardworking and hospitable. The photo was taken in Yamal region (Gydansky tundra), Russia. The temperature in April was -20 degrees below 0.Spontaneous Moments

Traveler Photo Contest: Spontaneous Moments PHOTOGRAPH AND CAPTION BY DANIEL MCGRAW Cannon Beach, Oregon Last wave. Blowing sand and two surfers, on Cannon Beach, Oregon.

Traveler Photo Contest: Spontaneous Moments PHOTOGRAPH AND CAPTION BY DANIEL MCGRAW Cannon Beach, Oregon Last wave. Blowing sand and two surfers, on Cannon Beach, Oregon.

Brick factory workers

Brick factory workers

Top Shot: Topsy Turvy in Tonga Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen. The Daily Dozen is 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors each day from thousands of recent uploads. Our community has the chance to vote for their favorite from the selection. A humpback whale calf swims in the waters of Tonga’s Vava'u islands. Each year, humpback whales come to Tonga between July and September. Photograph by Marc Henauer

Top Shot: Topsy Turvy in Tonga Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen. The Daily Dozen is 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors each day from thousands of recent uploads. Our community has the chance to vote for their favorite from the selection. A humpback whale calf swims in the waters of Tonga’s Vava'u islands. Each year, humpback whales come to Tonga between July and September. Photograph by Marc Henauer

Vegetable farming is hard work but you wouldn't sense that from the joy seen on the faces of these hardworking children. Cambodia.

Vegetable farming is hard work but you wouldn't sense that from the joy seen on the faces of these hardworking children. Cambodia.

Behind the Fire Photo by Yehia El Zeiny -- National Geographic Your Shot

Behind the Fire Photo by Yehia El Zeiny -- National Geographic Your Shot

Garlic farmer. Grandfather, 79, Japan.

Garlic farmer. Grandfather, 79, Japan.

Traveler Photo Contest: Spontaneous Moments PHOTOGRAPH AND CAPTION BY DAVID HORN Holman, New Mexico A violent thunderstorm rolled up our valley from the great plains, bringing lightning, thunder and a sudden drop in air pressure. Our Spanish gelding was caught up in the moment and put on a show of speed and power.

Traveler Photo Contest: Spontaneous Moments PHOTOGRAPH AND CAPTION BY DAVID HORN Holman, New Mexico A violent thunderstorm rolled up our valley from the great plains, bringing lightning, thunder and a sudden drop in air pressure. Our Spanish gelding was caught up in the moment and put on a show of speed and power.

Nomad boy herding the family's sheep with the help of a mere whistle and a catapult.  Atlas Mountains passing through central Morocco

Nomad boy herding the family's sheep with the help of a mere whistle and a catapult. Atlas Mountains passing through central Morocco

Newfoundland, Canada This image was captured as we were returning from a fruitless search for active Humpback whales. We had given up, as the sun was setting, and were returning to harbour, when this young Humpback started breaching right in front of us. Sometimes, you just get lucky!

Newfoundland, Canada This image was captured as we were returning from a fruitless search for active Humpback whales. We had given up, as the sun was setting, and were returning to harbour, when this young Humpback started breaching right in front of us. Sometimes, you just get lucky!

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