10 Jaw-Dropping Photos From The 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo …

May 11, 2015 - photo frame

The entries for a 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest are in, and a photographs are as overwhelming as ever. The annual competition asks photographers from all around universe to contention photos in 4 categories: Travel portraits, outside scenes, clarity of place, and extemporaneous moments.

Photographers are authorised to contention as many photos as they’d like for $15 apiece, with no top on a series one chairman can enter. The contest, that ends Jun 30, is still open for entries. Winners will accept a grand esteem of an 8-day National Geographic Photo Expedition to Costa Rica and a Panama Canal for two.

Scroll next to see some of a many pleasing photographs submitted to a competition so far:

1. Lighting Up The Night
manish
“I was out in a Arches National Park to take night pictures, though a clouds changed in. we waited for about dual hours in a automobile and finally a sky privileged and we got this image.”
Photograph and heading by Manish Mamtani/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

2. Ocean World
chris schmid
“[Bird’s eye view] of a surfer in a famous beach of Praia Mole located in Florianopolis, Brazil. This picture has been done with a assistance of a drone.”
Photograph and heading by Chris Schmid/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

3. Frozen In Time
shane wheel
“Ice cavern during a Vatnajokull glacier in Iceland.”
Photo and heading by Shane Wheel/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

4. Jal Mahal During Sunrise
ravikanth kurma
“Beautiful perspective of Jal Mahal during sunrise. we wanted to constraint a house and other dual H2O structures also in a frame. Thats because we have used an ultra far-reaching angle lens to constraint this frame. Not many tourists revisit a place during dawn, so a plcae is bit pacific early in a morning. And locals revisit a lake in a morning and feed a pigeons and fish in pond. These pigeons keeps drifting opposite a lake once in a while, that we used to fill my frame.”
Photo and heading by Ravikanth Kurma/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

5. Colors Of Earth
maja bednas
“People in Dharavi dive in Mumbai work hard, producing mostly recycled articles and pottery. The viewpoint of these dual women during a internal pottery store, holding a brief mangle for conversation, [expresses] dignity, while a colors of their saris ideally mix with a scenery.”
Photo and heading by Maja Bednas/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

6. Camping On The Diving Board
matthew saville
“As record shrinks a universe around us, it becomes some-more and some-more formidable to find ourselves truly mislaid in a outdoors. This creates those sold moments and scenes that many some-more special. Getting to a Diving Board was utterly a challenge, as there is no central trail. For anybody who is prepared, careful, and deferential of nature, a prerogative is one of a many monumental views in all of Yosemite, in my opinion.”
Photo and heading by Matthew Saville/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

7. When Conditions Are Right
lee scott
“Giant waves intersect and burst together along a Na Pali seashore of Kauai. An early deteriorate northwest bloat and a position of a autumn object done this shot possible, though what unequivocally creates it special to me is a bird drifting in a dilemma of a frame. This small impulse of life adds change to a picture and reminds me that a paltry mostly [makes] a spectacular.”
Photo and heading by Lee Scott/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

8. Tribal Makeup Artist
s ram
“Taken during a Karo Village in a Omo Valley of Ethiopia. The Karo are famous for their body-paint enlightenment and skill. Away from a swarming encampment square, we found this ‘makeup artist’ focused on requesting makeup on a immature woman. Using a Q-tip as a brush he used a Georges Seurat-like pointillism technique! The calm, focused demeanour of a artist is contrasted by a nervous, perspiring customer — maybe uncertain about a formula (or my camera).”
Photo and heading by S. Ram/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

9. Last Light on Godafoss, Iceland
ed graham
“I had a tripod set adult on Godafoss rapids in Iceland final month. we used a 10 stop ND filter to constraint a transformation of a H2O as a object set in a distance.”
Photo and heading by Ed Graham/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

10. White Rhinos
stefane berube
“The night before this photo, we attempted all day to get a good print of a involved white rhino. Skulking by a grass, delicately perplexing to stay 30 feet divided to be safe, didn’t yield me a print we was anticipating for. In a morning, however, we woke adult to all 3 rhinos extending in front of me.”
Photo and heading by Stefane Berube/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

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