Going down

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Seawater pours into the gaping maw of Thor’s Well in this photo submitted by Gary Fua. Located in Oregon near Cape Perpetua, the dangerous but beautiful hole, also known as Spouting Horn, is estimated to be about 20 feet deep.

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Hole in the wall

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“Who was knocking on my door?” This is what Your Shot member Cezary Wyszynski imagines this mouse thinking as it pokes its head from a hole. A possible culprit? Wyszynski wryly hints at the departing rat that’s slightly visible in the background

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Shining through

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I took this photo in Villa O’Higgins, a remote town in southern Chile, during my bicycle trip through Patagonia. I arrived at this place after I had been riding my bicycle for two weeks. At the end of an exhausting day I went for a stroll and came across a lookout. As a storm was developing, I saw a beam of light breaking through the clouds. It only lasted for a few seconds, but it was a peaceful and magical moment. —Feliciano Ripa

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