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National Geographic Magazine’s annual ‘Photo of a Day’ 2015 roundup

December 23rd, 2015 by admin | Filed under Blog.
  • National Geographic Magazine has complied a annual ‘Photo of a Day’ roundup for 2015
  • It includes snaps taken by staff photographers and members of a ‘Your Shot’ photo community
  • Community members have captured amazing moments, including a poignant penguin and a radiant lake 

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National Geographic has picked a tip inlet photographs for 2015, including jawdropping shots of solidified lakes, preserve fish and a really poignant penguin.

Compiled from a Photo of a Day feature, a repository has selected some of a favorite images of 2015 taken by both a publication’s staff photographers and a Your Shot online print community.

One taken by a village member regulating a GoPro, captures a impulse a penguin on Antarctica mistook a camera apparatus for food, ensuing in an equal tools terrifying and fascinating photo.

Another, taken underwater in a lake on a remote island in a Western Pacific sees a immature lady surrounded by yellow jellyfish.

Others showcase a wonders of nature, such as radiant plankton by a strand in Iran and a northern lights of Iceland.

Snack attack: A member of National Geographic's Your Shot village prisoner this print with a GoPro on Antarctica's sea ice. 'I complicated a movements of a penguins for weeks,' Berry writes. 'They walked in a same area roughly each day. We would get maybe a dozen or reduction going by. The day this was taken there were over 60 penguins. It was a bit of fitness concerned too.'

Snack attack: Clinton Berry, a member of National Geographic’s Your Shot community, prisoner this print with a GoPro on Antarctica’s sea ice, about 6 miles from Casey Station after study a moments of a penguins for several weeks to find where they walked

Wobbly shot: Jellyfish Lake on Eil Malk, one of a Rock Islands of Palau in a Western Pacific is home to singular  golden jellyfish that are submissive to humans and spend most of their lives following a object as it creates a daily swell opposite a sky

Wobbly shot: Jellyfish Lake on Eil Malk, one of a Rock Islands of Palau in a Western Pacific is home to singular golden jellyfish that are submissive to humans and spend most of their lives following a object as it creates a daily swell opposite a sky

Glow-rious: While walking along a seaside of Larak, Iran, Your Shot member Pooyan Shadpoor came opposite a radiant stage in a photo, observant that a 'magical lights of [the] plankton ... fascinated me so that we snapped a shot'

Glow-rious: While walking along a seaside of Larak, Iran, Your Shot member Pooyan Shadpoor came opposite a radiant stage in a photo, observant that a ‘magical lights of [the] plankton … fascinated me so that we snapped a shot’

Moon dance: Aurora Borealis is seen chasing opposite a dim night sky on Iceland progressing this year

Moon dance: Aurora Borealis is seen chasing opposite a dim night sky on Iceland progressing this year

Rise and shine: Your Shot member Ernie Vater took this print along along a solidified shores of Lake Superior during a Apostle Islands National Lake Shore nearby Bayfield Wisconsin. You can usually strech a plcae by walking opposite a solidified Lake Superior, that does not occur often. Access was singular to usually 9 days this past winter

Rise and shine: Your Shot member Ernie Vater took this print along along a solidified shores of Lake Superior during a Apostle Islands National Lake Shore nearby Bayfield Wisconsin. You can usually strech a plcae by walking opposite a solidified Lake Superior, that does not occur often. Access was singular to usually 9 days this past winter

Under a sea: Your Shot member Jeff Hester prisoner this implausible impulse during Cabo Pulmo, a sea park off Mexico's Baja California peninsula, display his mother swimming underneath a outrageous bank of fish

Under a sea: Your Shot member Jeff Hester prisoner this implausible impulse during Cabo Pulmo, a sea park off Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, display his mother swimming underneath a outrageous bank of fish

Cracking up: Lake Baikal in southeastern Siberia is a world's deepest and oldest, and was snapped by Alexey Trofimov

Cracking up: Lake Baikal in southeastern Siberia is a world’s deepest and oldest, and was snapped by Alexey Trofimov

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