Known for its phenomenal photography and amazing content about nature National Geographic is the place we go to feast our eyes on the most beautiful nature shots. But National Geographic thinks we could all be more aware of all the beauty the world has to offer. They challenged both amateurs and professionals to give them their best picture. They could upload their best photos in three categories: Animal, landscape and people. And the big prize?
10 Inspiring Winning Photos Of National Geographic Traveller (UK) Competition 2019
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This year's edition of National Geographic's popular Travel Photographer of the Year contest is now open, taking entries until June 30th. Grand Prize winner, At a freezing temperature of minus twenty and lower with constant breeze of snow from all direction, it was pretty hard to convince myself to get out of the car and take photos. Not until I saw Inner Mongolia horsemen showing off their skills in commanding their steeds from a distance did I quickly grabbed my telephoto lens and capture the moment when one of the horseman charged out from morning mist. National Geographic is seeking entries into its popular Travel Photographer of the Year competition, now officially receiving submissions until June 30th, 12pm EDT.
All rights reserved. In , Sanjiang was a dusty hill town in the southwest Chinese province of Guangxi. When my year-old self stretched his legs after a bumpy five-hour bus ride, it felt like high noon at a Wild West outpost—with horse carts, Dong minority women wearing embroidered outfits, and rough-looking characters slung with knives and muskets. I found the nearest noodle shop and ordered by pointing.
Some of Photo: Daniel Burton. Winner of Cities category: A taxi driver in Calcutta, India, leans against his yellow Ambassador cab Photo: Annapurna Mellor.