50 National Geographic’s Photography Contest Photographs – Best Photography Showcase


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50 National Geographic's Photography Contest Photographs - Best Photography Showcase

National Geographic is once again holding their annual Photo Contest, with the deadline for submissions. For the past eight weeks, they have been gathering and presenting galleries of submissions, encouraging readers to rate them as well. National Geographic was again kind enough to let me choose some of their entries. Collected below are 47 images from the three categories of People, Places and Nature. Captions were written by the individual photographers.

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Kanana Camp, Botswana. Pulling over by the side of the road to watch a grazing giraffe, we spotted an amber head lurking behind a small mound. A hungry lioness. Watching, waiting, camera to my eye, she eventually chose her moment and pounced just as the giraffe sensed danger. The lioness gave chase, but failed. Hungry, she lay down, invisible, in the grass not ten feet from us and waited again. (Photo and caption by Alex Tan)

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A supercell thunderstorm rolls across the Montana prairie at sunset. (Photo and caption by Sean Heavey)

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Salvation. Appreciate life to save the world. (Photo and caption by Hongsik Kim)

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The Great Pyramids. The people of Ancient Egypt believed that death on Earth was the start of a journey to the next world. The embalmed body of the King was entombed underneath or within the pyramid to protect it and allow his transformation and ascension to the afterlife. (Photo and caption by Jesus Oranday) Leer más “50 National Geographic’s Photography Contest Photographs – Best Photography Showcase”

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El director James Cameron inicia su descenso al Pacífico

l director de cine canadiense James Cameron, responsable de títulos como ‘Avatar’, ‘Titanic’ y ‘Abyss’, ha iniciado su descenso a la Fosa de las Marianas, en las profundidades del Océano Pacífico, ha anunciado National Geographic.

Cameron “ha comenzado su descenso hacia la zona más profunda del océano”, ha revelado a través de ‘tuit’ National Geographic, que dirige laexpedición Deepsea Challenge hasta el confín de la corteza terrestre, que se encuentra 11,2 kilometros por debajo del nivel del mar.


OCEANOGRAFÍA | Expedición Deepsea ChallengeJames Cameron, durante la prueba del sumergible 'Deepsea Challenger' en Australia. | Efe

James Cameron, durante la prueba del sumergible ‘Deepsea Challenger’ en Australia. | Efe

El director de cine canadiense James Cameron, responsable de títulos como ‘Avatar’, ‘Titanic’ y ‘Abyss’, ha iniciado su descenso a la Fosa de las Marianas, en las profundidades del Océano Pacífico, ha anunciado National Geographic. Leer más “El director James Cameron inicia su descenso al Pacífico”

Breathtaking Visions of Earth Photos From National Geographic

National Geographic take some of most amazing photography related to vision of Earth. Editor picked photos and added in vision of Earth collection; this showcase consists of the best nature images from around the world and collected top 30 picks from last few years of Vision of Earth.


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National Geographic take some of most amazing photography related to vision of Earth. Editor picked photos and added in vision of Earth collection; this showcase consists of the best nature images from around the world and collected top 30 picks from last few years of Vision of Earth.

251 Breathtaking Visions of Earth Photos From National Geographic

Gulf of Aqaba – Surrounded by thousands of golden sweepers, photographer Magnus Lundgren spun his camera to capture this shifting school off Elat, Israel. After 200 tries he got it: a whirlpool of four-inch fish. (Magnus Lundgren)

241 Breathtaking Visions of Earth Photos From National Geographic
Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar – Rocks turned to razors, eroded limestone pinnacles rise 300-plus feet (91.4 meters) from the forest floor of this park—challenging researchers who study the island’s rare and endangered species. (Olivier Grunewald)

112 Breathtaking Visions of Earth Photos From National Geographic

113 Breathtaking Visions of Earth Photos From National Geographic Leer más “Breathtaking Visions of Earth Photos From National Geographic”

El cuaderno de bitácora de National Geographic


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National Geographic Channel ofrecerá a partir del martes próximo una radiografía en 6 entregas de una ciudad flotante para 3.800 personas. “Diario de un transatlántico” narra el funcionamiento de un gran crucero visto desde sus entrañas, un más que peculiar entorno en el que se analizarán las relaciones que en él se dan aunque desde un punto de vista situado en la zona reservada a la tripulación. Leer más “El cuaderno de bitácora de National Geographic”