Photo by @GretchenKayStuart | An intense glance from a grizzly in Grand Teton National Park. This photo was taken from my vehicle window with a long lens and then cropped, so the bear was much farther away than it appears. It’s important to always give wildlife plenty of space. #GrandTetons#GrizzlyBear#YourShotPhotographer
Photo by @James.Rushforth | A slightly different take on southern Iceland' ;s Breiðamerkursandur, or Diamond Beach, looks inland rather than out to sea. On this particular day, strong winds resulted in a lot of ice on the beach, creating a wonderfully bleak scene that contrasted nicely with the black ice. #YourShotPhotographer#iceland#diamondbeach#ice
Photo by @ivan_lesica | While talking a walk around my neighborhood, I noticed a cicada shell on a blade of grass. I lifted it with my left hand, held it against the sun, and photographed with my right. Forest Hills, New York.
SONY HX400V. #YourShotPhotographer#cicada#macro#nature
Photo by @neelimaazad | Spooked | My daughter walked toward the birds, hoping to see them up close and wishing to pet at least one. They all flew up as she got close enough to spook the birds—and get spooked. Captured with Nikon D750 and 16-35mm lens. #YourShotPhotographer
Photo by Julia Wimmerlin @juliawimmerlin | The Longji rice terraces near Guilin, China, are known for their incredible topography. To achieve the best visual effect, I had to get an aerial perspective with my drone. I had an impression of photographing a huge velvet carpet. This image was created during a licensed drone flight and was taken in accordance with local regulations. #YourShotPhotographer