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I was lucky enough to capture this almost surreal photograph, writes Your Shot photographer Jorde Angelovic. "It gives a...
05/10/2020

I was lucky enough to capture this almost surreal photograph, writes Your Shot photographer Jorde Angelovic. "It gives a strong meaning to the Sun, our source of life, interacting in a beautiful way with our planet."

Using a drone inside the Zhong Shuge bookstore in Shanghai, China, Your Shot photographer Loca Lee was able to capture t...
05/09/2020

Using a drone inside the Zhong Shuge bookstore in Shanghai, China, Your Shot photographer Loca Lee was able to capture this view.

Explore these 14 spectacular homes of artists and architects—all usually open to the public but now accessible only virt...
05/09/2020
Peek inside these artists’ amazing houses

Explore these 14 spectacular homes of artists and architects—all usually open to the public but now accessible only virtually—that are worth a peek.

From Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, these are the homes we’d Zoom from if we could.

"Sea fishing is a long-standing traditional occupation in Vietnam," writes Your Shot photographer Tuấn Nguyễn. "Men are ...
05/08/2020

"Sea fishing is a long-standing traditional occupation in Vietnam," writes Your Shot photographer Tuấn Nguyễn. "Men are seafarers, and women will sew fish nets or fix old ragged nets."

From Dubai’s ultramodern Burj Khalifa to the Vatican’s frescoed Sistine Chapel, browse some of the towering works of art...
05/08/2020
Stunning architecture around the world

From Dubai’s ultramodern Burj Khalifa to the Vatican’s frescoed Sistine Chapel, browse some of the towering works of art defining skylines across the world.

An expansive expressway illuminates the coast near Mt Fuji in this long-exposure image captured by Your Shot photographe...
05/07/2020

An expansive expressway illuminates the coast near Mt Fuji in this long-exposure image captured by Your Shot photographer Takashi.

Hula is a sacred dance, where "movements need to be as precise as a bolt of Hawaiian sunlight but as soft as a tropical ...
05/07/2020
See Hawaii's hula dancing like never before

Hula is a sacred dance, where "movements need to be as precise as a bolt of Hawaiian sunlight but as soft as a tropical breeze and as undulating as an ocean wave."

"I was in the city of Fussen, when crossing the Austrian border with Germany, in the Alps, when I saw these baby swans,"...
05/06/2020

"I was in the city of Fussen, when crossing the Austrian border with Germany, in the Alps, when I saw these baby swans," writes Your Shot photographer Jesus Garrido Moreno. "And after almost an hour looking for the perfect pose, this photo happened."

The most popular U.S. parks deserve all the love they get, but these ten lesser-known gems are just as spectacular.
05/06/2020
10 Undersung National Parks

The most popular U.S. parks deserve all the love they get, but these ten lesser-known gems are just as spectacular.

The Museum of Failure gives a new lease on life to more than one hundred products that somehow went horribly wrong.
05/06/2020
This Museum Celebrates Failure

The Museum of Failure gives a new lease on life to more than one hundred products that somehow went horribly wrong.

Lights from boat traffic in Tokyo create lines like colorful ribbons in this long exposure image taken by Your Shot phot...
05/05/2020

Lights from boat traffic in Tokyo create lines like colorful ribbons in this long exposure image taken by Your Shot photographer Junko Torikai.

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