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Daily Dozen for April 22, 2016 — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Fishing Photo by Tuan Do — National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Life in Brick field 1 Photo by Rajarshi Bhattacharjee — National Geographic Your Shot

Most of Bangladesh’s territory lies on a delta region, meaning fertile lands but actually poor in rocks. Armed only with a hammer, brick breakers hit for endless hours, supplying the construction industry with something to strengthen concrete. At three cents of an american dollar per brick, this is one of the worst paid jobs in the world. Sore fingers. Photo by Albert Palen — National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Cappadocia means "the land of beautiful wild horses", and I've been so lucky to see theme in action thanks to some good turkey friends.

Horse Photograph - Cappadocia Wild Horses by Dan Mirica

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen for July 13, 2016 — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen for July 21, 2016 — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Through National Geograhic (7) "Undiscovered" Photo Assignment -- National Geographic Your Shot

Through National Geograhic (7) "Undiscovered" Photo Assignment -- National Geographic Your Shot

Wood carving. Photo by basit ali - Carved walnut wood-work is among the most important crafts of Kashmir, India, now one of the few places in the world where walnut is still available at an altitude of 5500-7500 feet above see level. The wood is hard and durable, its close grain and even texture facilitating fine and detailed work. unfortunately this art is dying a slow death as the younger generation does not have the patience to master the skills which take years and years of practice

wood carving Photo by basit ali — National Geographic Your Shot

Croatian tradition in Primorje Gorski Kotar

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Daily Dozen for June 8, 2016 — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot

Through National Geograhic Crushing Maize  Photo by Brian Maley -- National Geographic Your Shot

Through National Geograhic Crushing Maize Photo by Brian Maley -- National Geographic Your Shot

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