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Durbar Square, Kathmandu
A flurry of pigeons rains down on Durbar Square’s human and bovine visitors in Kathmandu, Nepal. The birds are a common fixture at this UNESCO World Heritage site, located opposite the old royal palace that served as the royal Nepalese residence until the 19th century. Today, the palace is operated as a museum.
A supercell glows above fields in northern Champagne-Ardenne, France, threatening a severe thunderstorm. Some of France’s greatest wines come from the region, and use of the Champagne appellation is limited (and strictly regulated) to only five districts.
Tumuch Lake, British Columbia
Cloudy skies and calm water merge, allowing this small grassy island in the middle of British Columbia’s Tumuch Lake to float, if only for a second. “There is an ethereal, otherworldly feeling to this photograph,” writes photographer Shane Kalyn. The ripple from a lone fish is the only thing to “bring us back to Earth.”
Oryx of Arabia
“In the afternoon, it was so hot at the bottom of the dune that the oryx ran to the dune top for coolness,” writes Bo Fu, who submitted this photo to the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. Often referred to as the Arabian unicorn, the oryx once lingered on the brink of extinction; in 1972 only six animals remained in the wild. Now, more than a thousand individuals populate its native range of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Israel, and the United Arab Emirates.
Tham Lod Cave, Thailand
Boaters paddle the Nam Lang River, a freshwater channel that flows through Tham Lod Cave in the Mae Hong Son region of northern Thailand. The 1,666-meter-long limestone cave is home to many bats and swifts.
Theyyam Performer, India
A dancer prepares for the Theyyam performance in the town of Kasaragod, India. Theyyam is a popular ritual dance form in northern Kerala that worships a a range of deities. It can take several hours to paint each face.
Dolphins Feeding, Bahamas
Captured in an ethereal shower of sunshine, a pod of dolphins feeds in the waters of Bimini, the westernmost district of the Bahamas. “The moment was magical when they all came up at once,” writes photographer Nadia Aly. “It was overwhelmingly beautiful.”
At Play in Cuba
A young boy bounces a ball off a wall in Cuba. At about 800 miles end to end, Cuba is the largest Caribbean island and a thriving tourism center for travelers from Canada and Europe. With four main squares and a host of boutique hotels, museums, and galleries, Old Havana in the island nation’s capital is one of the country’s most intriguing attractions.
Sinking Tree, New Zealand
Pastel hues surround a tree half submerged in Lake Wanaka, Otago, New Zealand. The lake is the country’s fourth largest and is protected by special legislation due to its natural, unmodified shoreline.
Short-Eared Owl, Kuwait
A short-eared owl keeps one eye peeled while it relaxes in a Kuwait natural reserve. The short-eared owl, which calls every continent except Australia and Antarctica home, prefers open country, marshes, tundra, and weedy fields. During the day it roosts on the ground or on an open, low perch.