National Geographic’s Traveller Photography Competition [photos]

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Stunning entries were submitted by UK amateur and professional photographers

In its latest issue (March/April 2012) National Geographic Traveller announces and publishes the winners of its inaugural photography competition. A number of stunning entries submitted by UK amateur and professional photographers match the breathtaking photography synonymous with National Geographic.

The grand-prize- and six runner-up category-winning photographs are truly inspirational. When enjoying them we couldn’t help but start imagining our next trip. We bet you won’t be able to stop yourself dreaming of your next adventure either!

Three young boys pose for the camera
“The Boy who likes to Swim” … Winning entry by Joanna Harper
Star trails in the night sky above mountainous and snowy landscape
Star trails above Georgia … Adventure category winner Samantha Crimmin
Motorcycles pack a road at sunset in Ho Chi Minh City
Bustling Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam … City category winner Nick Board
Brightly colored buildings arranged on the edge of a cliff
Manarola in La Spezia, Italy … Landscapes category winner Martyn Ferry
Two horse gently nuzzle heads on a beach
Two horses in Essaouira, Morocco … Nature category winner Jesus del Toro Garcia
Close-up of tribesman’s head
Maasai tribesman, Kenya … People category winner Sanjay Gupta

All images courtesy of National Geographic Traveller

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National Geographic’s Traveller Photography Competition [photos] was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by Brett Ackroyd
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