Monday, 19 January 2015

THE WINNERS OF VARIOUS CONTESTS IN 2014

The winners of various contests in 2014

Light
© Marcelo Castro / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
Young monk found the perfect light source to read the book in its pagodas.

End of the World 


© Sean Hacker Teperor / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
Swing at the foot of the erupting volcano Tungurahua in Banos, Ecuador 

Zasluzhanny rest 


© Evan Cole / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
Guide Macher Moussa, who was shot on the top of the highest sand dunes in the SaharaIndependence Day © Marko Korošec / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contestthundercloud over Dzhulsburgom, Colo. For the first time © Agnieszka Traczewska / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Newlyweds Aaron and Rivkeh after the wedding ceremony for the first time will be left alone. Their marriage arranged family. Diver Magic Kingdom © Marc Henaueror / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest "Green Lake" is located in the commune of Tragöß, Austria. Spring meltwater raise the lake level is above 10 meters. This phenomenon only lasts a few weeks, covering neighboring hiking trails, meadows and trees. As a result, there are such magical landscapes. foggy town © Duowen Chen / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Ladies in waiting © Susie Stern / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Peace in Khotso at the foot of Devil's Knuckles © Byron Inggs / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Aurora over the glacier Laguna© James Woodend / Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 Northern Lights over Iceland and its reflection in the glacier reserve Vatnayokull. The ripples in a pond © Alexandra Hart / Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014 Boiling surface of the sun. View © Christine Fitzgerald / RHS Photographer of the Year 2014 Misty Island © Robert Fulton / RHS Photographer of the Year 2014 Social mask © Marius Veith / CBRE Photographer of the Year 2014 trudging Network © Ly Hoang Long / CBRE Photographer of the Year 2014 Christmas tram © Szabolcs Simo / CBRE Photographer of the Year 2014 Morning massage © Arunava Bhowmik / CBRE Photographer of the Year 2014 exhibition Manuel Paz-Castanal / CBRE Photographer of the Year 2014 Opening of an exhibition of photographs in the exhibition hall of Casa Do Cabildo, Santiago de Compostela. The sting of the sun © Carlos Perez Naval / Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Carlos Perez, who took this yellow scorpion only 9 yearsApocalypse © Francisco Negroni / Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Eruption of Puyehue National Park in southern Chile. The price they pay © Bruno D'Amicis / Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2014 frightened fox in Tunisia, where fishing and shooting these animals is prohibited. Fireworks from jellyfish © Geo Cloete / Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Magic Mountain © David Clapp / Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Sword-billed hummingbird © Jan van der Greef / Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Sword-billed hummingbird - is the only bird whose beak is longer than its body. Its 11-inch beak is designed to extract nectar from flowers long, and to fight with other hummingbirds. Glowing in the dark site © Brian Yen / National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 The Great Migration © Nicole Cambré / National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 Biltigiri © Mattia Passarini / National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 Before independence in 2000, this part of India was isolated. Here lives a kind of culture and philosophy - RAMS Samaj. Time Tea Party© Karie Puret / National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 My brothers and I © Tyler Greenfield/ National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 Divine makeup © Mahesh Balasubramanian / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Participant festival "Mayana Soora Thiruvizha ", which takes place in a small village in South India Kaveripattinem. This spectacular event dedicated Angalamman - widely revered deity in South India.



















































































































































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