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These Photos From National Geographic Readers Are Beyond Beautiful

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National Geographic is known as a beacon of the world's finest photography. But now, the magazine's readers are being asked to document their own lives in a massive, collaborative photo project.

The effort, called "Your Shot, National Geographic's photo community," lets readers connect with the organization's photographers and editors around virtual assignments. The first theme, "Explore Our Changing World," has already produced some stunning images from around the world, from nature, humanity and the animal kingdom.

Take a look at some of the incredible photographs below, and head on over to Your Shot to submit some of your own.

elephant
Photograph by Arati Rao, National Geographic Your Shot

shrimp
Photograph by Pronob Ghosh, National Geographic Your Shot

prayer
Photograph by Junaid Ahmed, National Geographic Your Shot

cave
Photograph by Ryan Deboodt, National Geographic Your Shot

dive
Photograph by Dimitris Maroulakis, National Geographic Your Shot

tadpoles
Photograph by Eiko Jones, National Geographic Your Shot

gull
Photograph by Junichi Saito, National Geographic Your Shot

seal
Photograph by Wayne Panepinto, National Geographic Your Shot

house
Photograph by Noel Kerns, National Geographic Your Shot

icecave
Photograph by Andrew Inaba, National Geographic Your Shot

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