On the beach of Binh Thuan, a coastal central province of Vietnam, fishermen push their boat, called a coracle, out to sea. Your Shot photographer Tran Tuan Viet explains, “Fishermen who navigate the coracle must have excellent health and special skills to keep the boat balanced by high waves and precise operation.”
In Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve, a lappet-faced vulture kicks a tawny eagle as they battle over a wildebeest carcass. While tawny eagle populations thrive, lappet-faced vultures are classified as endangered due almost entirely to destructive human activities.
Folk dancers in traditional clothing celebrate the Carnival of Oruro in Bolivia. Originally an indigenous celebration, Bolivians transformed the festival into a Catholic ritual around Candlemas, observed in the first week of February each year.
Morocco is known for its zellige, the handmade tiles that form interesting and colorful patterns. In this photo, taken in Marrakesh, women take a snack break on a floor and table featuring the art form.
The northern lights glow behind old, abandoned ships in the village of Teriberka, Russia. Once a hub for shipping and fishing, Teriberka experienced an economic downfall that started when the town’s administration was taken over by nearby Severomorsk, the home of the Russian Northern Fleet.