A traveler stands in a cave inside Vatnajökull, a glacier in Iceland. The glacier, once used for a location in Game of Thrones, is larger than the state of Delaware.

Beyond the Wall

A traveler stands in a cave inside Vatnajökull, a glacier in Iceland. The glacier, once used for a location in Game of Thrones, is larger than the state of Delaware.
Photograph by Hong Jen Chiang, National Geographic Your Shot

The Best Photos From November

Every day, we feature an image chosen from thousands submitted to our photo community, Your Shot. Here are some of the month's highlights.

A lone traveler walks among the shimmering blue walls of a a cave in Iceland. The sun rises over North Korea's mysterious capital. A climber reaches a jagged peak in the Swiss Alps. Commuters wait for their train during a misty morning in the Netherlands.

Some of the top shots in November brought quiet moments like these to life, in the form of vibrant, riveting pictures.

Francis Rivera produces Photo of the Day, a curated look at photography from National Geographic’s photo community, Your Shot . Melody Rowell writes and researches the captions. Submit your photos and you could be published online or in our magazines. See the highlights from previous months here.

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