National Geographic : 2014 Apr
visions | YoUR sHoT 16 national geographic • April 2014 This page features two photographs: one chosen by our editors and one chosen by our readers via online voting. For more information, go to yourshot.nationalgeographic.com. EDITORS’ CHOICE Klaus Priebe Santa Fe, New Mexico After Priebe saw storms predicted over Utah’s Canyonlands National Park, he hopped in his truck—where he’d also slept four nights—to snap this bolt, using a lightning trigger that detects rapid changes in light intensity. READERS’ CHOICE Juan Carlos Osorio New York, New York Osorio wanted to photograph this solar plane, which was the first to fly at night. He used an eight-second exposure. “This plane runs on no fuel,” he says. “Amazing!” Your Assignment When senior photo editor Sadie Quarrier and photographer Cory Richards launched this assignment for Your Shot members, “Explore Our Changing World,” they looked for images that captured what the eye can’t always register. These two shots did just that. Find more from this assignment online.