Σάββατο, 1 Οκτωβρίου, 2022
Αρχική ΠΕΡΙΕΡΓΑ-ΕΝΤΥΠΩΣΙΑΚΑ Οι μαγικές φωτογραφίες που κέρδισαν το διαγωνισμό National Geographic.

Οι μαγικές φωτογραφίες που κέρδισαν το διαγωνισμό National Geographic.

Το δίκτυο του National Geographic,τηλεόραση,περιοδικά, διαδίκτυο μας ταξιδεύει σε κάθε γωνιά του πλανήτη και μας μαθαίνει μικρά και μεγάλα μυστικά κάθε είδους ζωής πάνω σ αυτό..στο φετινό διαγωνισμό φωτογραφίας που διοργάνωσε το δίκτυο κέρδισαν 10 ξεχωριστές μαγικές φωτογραφίες..δείτε πιο κάτω..

01 Grand Prize Anthony Lau / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Winter Horseman The Winter in Inner Mongolia is very unforgiving. 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 the steed from a distance, I quickly grab my telephoto lens and capture the moment when one of the horseman charged out from morning mist .
01 Grand Prize Anthony Lau /

Cities First Place Photo and caption by Takashi Nakagawa / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Ben Youssef Even though there were a lot of people in Ben Youssef, still here was more quiet and relaxing compare to the street outside in Marrakesh. I was waiting for the perfect timing to photograph for long time.
Cities First Place Photo and caption by Takashi Nakagawa /

05 People Second Place Photo and caption by Yasmin Mund / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Rooftop Dreams, Varanasi I arrived at my guest house in Varanasi at 5:30am, I instinctively climbed the 7 sets of stairs to the rooftop (which happened to be the highest in the vicinity) to see the sunrise over the famous Ganges River. As the sun was rising I looked over the right hand side of the balcony and my jaw dropped with disbelief. Below were families - mothers, fathers, children, brothers, sister and dogs all sleeping on the top of their houses. It was mid summer in Varanasi and sleeping sans AC was difficult.
05 People Second Place Photo and caption by Yasmin Mund /

People Third Place Photo and caption by Mattia Passarini / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Remote life at -21 degree Kinnaura tribal old women in remote village in Himachal Pradesh carrying big log back home to warm up her house
People Third Place Photo and caption by Mattia Passarini /

Cities Second Place Photo and caption by Wing Ka H. / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Silenced This photo was taken on my last trip to GuangZhou, China. This place is a school dormitories of South China Normal University. When I was hanging around, most of them were taking a break. After the lunch time, they need to go back to study. The dormitories were smelly and messy. At Mainland China university, students work like slaves or more like prisoners. Serious academic corruption, dry and irrelevant to society curriculum, and rote memorisation teaching methodsÓ were leading to students developing Òrigid ways of thinkingÓ, progressively losing interest in learning and ultimately emerging from university as Òsoulless zombiesÓ.
Cities Second Place Photo and caption by Wing Ka H. /

People Honorable Mention Photo and caption by Dotan Saguy / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Muscle Beach Gym A weightlifter lifts a barbell loaded with heavy plates while a bodybuilder performs an aerial handstand at the Muscle Beach Gym in Venice Beach, CA.
People Honorable Mention Photo and caption by Dotan Saguy

Nature Honorable Mention Photo and caption by John Rollins / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest Bears on a Berg This photo was taken far out on the sea ice in the Davis Straight off the coast of Baffin Island. This mother and her yearling are perched atop a huge snow covered iceberg that got "socked in" when the ocean froze over for the winter. To me, the relative "smallness" of these large creatures when compared to the immensity of the iceberg in the photo represents the precariousness of the polar bear's reliance on the sea and sea ice for its existence.
Nature Honorable Mention Photo and caption by John Rollins /

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