Daily Shot
Daily Shot is National Geographic Traveller India’s daily photo contest.
" THEME : LENS ON NATURE "
Neelesh Kumar positioned himself on a nearby bridge to photograph locals jumping into Tamil Nadu's Pahrali River upon which the Mathoor Aqueduct stands.

Faroe Islands is an archipelago punctuated with rocky, volcanic islands situated in the North Atlantic ocean. Mayur Srivatsav's Lens On Nature entry captures cold waves rising and crashing into mighty mountain cliffs.

 
Maharashtra's Ladghar Beach is an underrated destination for many visitors. Mi Nikhil trains a birds-eye lens on this aquamarine, ring-shaped shore, making it our Lens On Nature entry for today.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore panoramic view near the famed Rocks National Park in Upper Michigan resembles a colour palette of cool tones. Ruchita Vora's photograph of the oligotrophic lake's coastline is our Lens On Nature entry for today.
The backwaters of Honnavar in Karnataka is a water body that traces the stretches of Gokarna and Murudeshwar. Vani Shah's serene photograph of the water body, flanked by palm trees, is our Lens On Nature entry for today.
In Nepal’s Khumbu region, en route the Everest base camp trek which is often regarded as a mystifying journey, a marching explorer's frame shows the grandiosity of the mighty Himalayas. Darshan Ganapathy’s gripping still is our Lens On Nature entry for today.
After a refreshing drizzle in the rusty Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, a pair of rainbows create an alluring doorway on the blue hemisphere. Sandeep Mistry was able to capture this rare phenomenon, making it to our Lens On Nature entry for today.
Svartifoss waterfall in Vatnajokull National Park, Iceland, falls into a crater from an abyss of structured basalt formations. The parched artistry depicted in this image by Priyanjit Biswas alongside a mighty waterfall is our Lens On Nature entry for today.
Masai Plateau, a wide grassland situated near Kolhapur City is among the newly added 12 conservation reserves in Maharashtra. Prajwal Chougule’s paradisiacal photograph, appearing to be a Charles Harold Davis sky painting is our entry for today.
The snow-frosted mountains of Khangchengyao Range cast an inverted reflection on the placid surface of Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim. Manan Karangiya's photograph of the waterbody, perched at an elevation of 17,000 feet, is our Lens On Nature entry for today.
A blanket of snow coats homes and pine trees that largely make up Naggar's landscape. The quiet morning views of the Himachali town play muse to Sudeep Singh's lens, making his photograph our Lens On Nature entry.
A veil of mist drapes the terraced landscape of Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu. Dinesh Kumar’s scenic photograph is our Lens On Nature entry for today.
Bactrian camels are native to Nubra Valley. Rutul Patel's panoramic image captures the marching mammals and Ladakh's stunning vistas in one frame, making it our Lens On Nature entry for today.
Cyan waters slice through colourfully lush gorges in Queenstown, New Zealand. Vivek Nag's photograph that looks like a still from a painting is our Lens On Nature entry today.
While on a boating expedition in Svalbard, Arka Bagchi spotted a pair of walrus rolling on an ice bed. The frame, dominated by snow-capped mountains in the backdrop, is our Lens On Nature entry of the day.
Thoseghar Waterfall, located in the fringes of Satara, puts on a spectacular show every monsoon. The waterbody warbles and cascades down an impressive height of 1,200 feet before meeting a lake at the bottom. Abhishek Pardeshi's photograph is our Lens On Nature entry of the day.
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Food trails are recipes to flavour a lifetime. For our next #DailyShot contest, we invite you to share photographs of tantalising regional treats that best represent regional fare all over the world. It could be a fiery preparation of katla fish served on a banana leaf at a hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Karnataka, Galician-style tuna empanadas in Spain, a humble portion of siddu with a side serve of mountain views in Himachal Pradesh, delish Mexican pozole or festive-special roasted silkworms found only in Guwahati. No cuisine is off the table. Send us your entries with #GlocalGrub in the subject line on contest@natgeotraveller.in
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