Some of Our Favorite Shots From Flickr’s Best of 2015 List

The best shot of the year was taken by a rocket company.

Every year, billions of photos are uploaded to Flickr, so the shots that make it to their yearly best-of list are usually spectacular. According to Flickr, “These images represent the most beautiful, dynamic, and engaging photography from our global community. We’ve compiled this list based on a number of engagement and community factors.” The shot that took first place is CRS-4 by SpaceX Photos. SpaceX is one of the first Flickr accounts to designate its images as public domain, making them free for all the world to use in perpetuity.

via Michael Belanger / Flickr

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