Thomas Salzano Shares Best Works of National Geographic’s Your Shot Community

Fay Glacier, Canada

Climbers head out across Fay Glacier in the Valley of the Ten Peaks after spending the night at Neil Colgan Alpine Hut, the highest permanent structure in Canada.

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Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

This is the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. I visited this site during the day while on assignment and decided to come back at night to capture this particular shot.

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Rafters, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A crew of six rowed down the rapids in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Both banks of the river were steep, and a vast amount of water rushed through the narrow width of the river. In conditions where they could conceivably capsize at any time, the crew unified all of their thoughts and were steering the boat with full control down a complex route.

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Palouse Falls, Washington

Palouse Falls State Park, southeastern Washington, U.S.

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Blue Mosque, Istanbul

The beautiful patterns in the Blue Mosque in Istanbul

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Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

I took this photo in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe. The last rays of the sun had all but disappeared and I was trying to take a photo of a large bull elephant on foot. Out of the corner of my eye I spotted a younger elephant walking past with its trunk curled and with a nice background of a leafless tree and a couple of impalas, and I snapped this photo.

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Switzerland

Swiss Alps

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Taj Mahal Cenote, Mexico

Timed right, diving a cenote can be a truly magical experience, hugely rewarding and unlike most other scuba adventures. I dived many times at the Taj Mahal cenote, but today was different; navigating my way through the tunnels to Bill’s Hole provided a real treat. The intimately lit cavern layered against energetically dancing light beams and the vivid hues of color forged as the sun shone brightly on the mangroves above was breathtaking. Indeed, a very special dive.

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About Thomas N Salzano

Thomas N Salzano loves traveling to various places in vacations, Photography, planting trees and many more. Thomas J. Salzano loves to do new and creative things.
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