The middle photo is my capture of the SpaceX CRS9 rocket launch and landing (!!), published in the November 2016 print and on-line editions of National Geographic Magazine.
This is one of the coolest uses of one of my photos. The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex used the streak I captured showing the WGS-8 DeltaIV rocket launched by United Launch Alliance.
The link to their page is here:
This is another feature of my work by USA Today's Your Take. It was their "Negative Space Challenge", to which I submitted 10 of my favorite images that utilized negative space.
The gallery can be found here:
This is the image that started it all with USA Today's Your Take.
I had I had tweeted one of my favorite sunrise pictures, this very bright red sky, reflected in the lake behind my house. A local reporter for Florida Today tweeted back and suggested that I submit the photo you Your Take, and I did. I was contacted by a Your Take Community Manager named Melissa Gotlieb who was just great. A few days later this image was featured online.
I'm really flattered to be featured by Your Take - some of the images people send them are really just amazing. But anyone can submit images, and between the various social networks, the Your Take community managers are quite able to get images some attention. So if you've got a good shot, definitely consider sending it to Your Take (link is above) and you might be featured.