National Geographic user snapshots showcase world’s natural wonders

Rubie Edmondson

National Geographic is famous for high-quality professional photojournalism, but photos that readers themselves shoot and submit are often just as amazing. Every weekday, the magazine's editors choose their Daily Dozen favorites. The photos that are voted highest by online visitors are made available for download in National Geographic's Weekly Wrapper as computer wallpaper.

Reader photos are submitted from around the globe. The incredible labyrinth-like landscape below was photographed by He Qustuf at LongJi Terrace in Guilin, China.

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Photograph courtesy He Qustuf/National Geographic Your Shot

Besides desktop wallpaper, National Geographic also turns user photos into electronic slide puzzles and jigsaw puzzles. Interested in having your snapshots featured? Check out National Geographic's Your Shot to find out how to submit your own.