Natural World; Travel; People; The American Experience; Altered Images; Mobile


Winners & Finalists of Our 17th Annual Photo Contest Will Be Announced This Spring
The categories are:
Natural World: Animals, plants and landscapes; geological or climatological features; and scientific processes and endeavors.
Travel: Locales, peoples or activities in the United States and abroad that convey a sense of place.
People: Portraits and photos of groups or individuals.
The American Experience: Events, objects or activities connecting the American people to their history or their cultural heritage; photographs that tell us what it means to be an American and provide a sense of what it is like to live in this country.
Altered Images: Photographs manipulated for artistic purposes by applying digital and/or traditional special effects.
Mobile: Any photograph taken with a mobile device (phone or tablet).

Lazy Days
A wall in the harbor, summer feeling and a beautiful teen completing the frame. I love those lazy days where everything you do is walk and get the sun on your face. Summer memories (O Vicedo, Spain)
by Bego Amare
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Cave Fishing
Father and son catch fish inside a cave in south Vietnam during the monsoon season.
by Duangmon C
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Happy New Year
It is never easy to secure the best spot for New Year’s Eve fireworks in London. I arrived at least 5 hours earlier to get a nice spot to enjoy the fireworks, but my view was blocked by the selfie stick, which looked even higher than London Eye!
by Bertha Wang
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Typhoon Disaster
In 2018, the typhoon in Hong Kong caused the glass windows of the building to be broken, and the workers repaired them afterwards.
by Tsui Piu
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We’re Not in Kansas Anymore
My daughter Chloe climbed atop a boulder at a Walker Canyon trailhead. She is admiring the poppy-covered hills in Lake Elsinore, witnessing her first California super bloom.
by Starla Little
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Esteiro
Esteiro is a top beach for surf lovers. In northwest Spain, the place gets amazing with sunset light, as the light hits the water in contrast with the dangerous rocks. The place is not very crowded as it is often windy and cold. That is the reason why surfers and local people love it, same as me.
by Bego Amare
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Winners & Finalists of Our 17th Annual Photo Contest Will Be Announced This Spring
more at Smithsonian Magazine

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