• Winners of the National Geographic Traveler 2014 Photo Contest

    Of the more than 18,000 entries National Geographic Traveler had to choose from, one has come out victorious. Marko Korošec’s “Independence Day” shot of a cloud system he captured outside Julesburg, Colorado was finally chosen as the best photo from the lot. The image shows a ominous storm cell captured from the ground, named “Independence Day” after the ’90s blockbuster movie. Download full wallpapers at Nat Geo.

  • Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest 2014 Photos are Surreal [14 HQ Photos]

    Each year Nat Geo Traveler asks readers to submit photos from their journeys and expeditions from around the world. This is the 26th year for the contest and some photos look as if they were shot on the set of a sci-fi movie. Spontaneous moments, outdoor space and sense of place are the categories to choose from when searching through the archives of this year’s contestants. Enter here unless you live in Cuba, Iran, New Jersey, North Korea, Sudan or Syria. Not a typo, Dictatorships and New Jersey residents aren’t allowed to play. Jersey does not allow operation of a skill contest that requires an entry fee. So enter here if your’d like to participate. The fishing gear made by bamboo and net,called ‘Yor’, is used by fishermen in Phatthalung,Thailand. I have witnessed this unique way of fishing during my visit to Thailand in may 2014. I have seen a woman who is using(dip and winch) this gear for fishing in the morning. Shooting towards the sunlight with narrow aperture normally showcases the mood of the environment with no touch on the original photo. TANTALISINGLY TROPICAL Photo and caption by Byron Dilkes Shadowed by a shoal of small-spotted darts, black-tip more »

  • Incredible Entries From National Geographic’s Traveler Photo Contest [30 HQ Photos]

    The 26th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest has been announced and entries are being accepted until June 30, 2014. Think you have what it takes to win? Here’s a look at some of the competition. An 8-day Alaskan expedition for two will be given to the first prize winner, a 5-day photo workshop for second prize, and a 6-day cruise for two for third place. Personally, the third place prize sounds better than second. For more info and to enter you’re picture that probably won’t win, head over to Traveler Photo Contest 2014.

  • 125 Years of National Geographic Photos

    In October 1888, the National Geographic Society published its very first magazine. Their focus would be to bring the world of adventure and exploration to the homes of their subscribers. Over the past hundred and twenty five years NatGeo has showcased some of the most compelling and important photos of the past century, taking the first underwater color photo, aswell as the first photo taken after the first ascent up Everest. Kicking off their 125th issue, they’ll be releasing their photography issue, a collection of some of their best work. to spin off this they’ll also be launching PROOF, a photo-sharing platform where hotographers can send images to National Geographic.

  • National Geographic Auction: 125 Years of Photography

    National Geographic magazine has brought the people and places of our immense planet into the homes through its photos since 1888. Printed in 37 languages, and instantly recognizable by the yellow-bordered cover, the magazine is revered for its world-class imagery, showcasing the talents of its intrepid photographers. Now they’re offering up an online-only auction (July 19-29) which will feature exclusive negatives and rare photos that have never seen the light. Check out the auction at Nat Geo Boundless

  • National Geographic’s Top 30 Photos of 2012

    Tip: navigate using the ← left and right → arrow keys National Geographic is known to hire the best photographers walking the globe to snap photos of nature at it’s finest. Here are the best photos from this year.


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