National Geographic : 2010 Oct
• YOURSHOT|ngm.com/yourshot EDITORS' CHOICE READERS' CHOICE Andrew Davison Arvayheer, Mongolia An Australian living in Mongolia, Davison, 32, braved -22ºF temperatures to witness an annual ice festival held on frozen Lake Hovsgol. One of the events was this game, called musnii shagai. It involves two teams skimming animal bones toward red targets. Brenton Spies Simi Valley, California Just over halfway up Alaska's 20,320-foot- tall Mount McKinley---the highest peak in North America---Spies, 26, glimpsed this stunning view. Despite the blue skies, says Spies, the temperatures here stayed below 0ºF; the winds reached 80 miles an hour. Freeze Frames Winter may not be here yet, but chillingly good images are always welcome in National Geographic. If you've taken an amazing shot---of a traditional game, a top-of-the-world vista, or most anything at all---let us take a look; we just might publish it here. Every month this page features two photographs: one chosen by our editors, one chosen by our readers via online voting. For more information, go to ngm.com/yourshot.