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Photo by @argonautphoto | A Sherpa walks through monuments for sherpas who passed away while mountaineering near Thokla Pass, Nepal.

Mount Etna

Photo by @carstenpeter | Scientists closely observe sparks and lava flowing from Mount Etna, Italy.

Gros Morne National Park

Photo by @daviddoubilet | A lion's mane jellyfish drifts underwater in Gros Morne National Park, Canada.

What's your favorite photo? Check out what caught our eye in this week's selection of from the Image Collection editors | by @katieorlinsky | by @sselbe | by @mmuheisen | by @paulnicklen

Brownsville, Texas

Photo by B. Anthony Stewart | Women talk with the pilot as he prepares to take flight in Brownsville, Texas. This image was captured in January 1939.


Photo by @paleyphoto | A man and horse on the film set of Serko, a film reenacting the longest horse ride from the Amur River to Saint Petersburg in the winter of 1890.

Hayfork, California

Photo by @thiessenphoto | A firefighter uses short bursts of water to cool down flames that climb trees in Hayfork, California.

Bangka Island (North Sulawesi)

Photo by @coryrichards | A Bajo elder of Sampela spear fishes by a reef near Sulawesi Island, Indonesia.


Photo by @haarbergphoto | An Arctic fox chews on grass among yellow wildflowers in Hornstrandir, Iceland.

Spearman, Texas

Photo by @ladzinski | A massive supercell swirls over an abandoned car in Spearman, Texas.


Photo by @amytoensing | A mother lynx moves her litter when humans come near so biologists limit their work with newborns.

Fernandina Island

Photo by @thomaspeschak | Sally lightfoot cling to a tide-washed boulder in the productive intertidal zone on Isla Fernandina.

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