2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest

Some of the editors’ favorite submissions to the photo contest

Train passing through colourful city
by Michael Vong
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Couples goal
by Brian Larrosa
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Rainbow valley
by Tetsuya Nomura
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Caught in the act
by Michelle Theall
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Fire Volcano Explosion
by Sergio Pucci
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more wallpapers from the 2019 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest
at National Geographic

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Nature Photographer of the Year Contest 2017

Wallpapers from the editors’ favorite submissions to the photo contest.

Lavender waves
Photo and caption by Ernie Black
I have photographed the hawaiian daytime octopus on multiple occasions and have never seen anything like this. i was lucky enough to intercept this one as it was shooting across the shallows from one patch of reef to another. although it did not ink, after a quick dart to its left, it hulted and took flower shape. i can only assume this was in attempts to intimidate me. the interaction only lasted a couple of seconds before it went to blend in with the reef, leaving me amazed.
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Stealthy Eyes
Photo by Melissa Stevens
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Moonrise
Photo by G. Ma
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River Crossing – Bike Bridge – Thailand
Photo by T. Sweetman
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Fast Food
Photo by Shane Kalyn
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Sneeeze!
Photo by M. Engelmann
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Nature Photographer of the Year Contest 2017
Wallpapers from the editors’ favorite submissions to the photo contest.
more at National Geographic

Nature, Cities, People

Wallpapers of the editors’ favorite submissions to the photo contest.
National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest 2017

The only one in the cloud
Photo by CP Lau
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The Man’s Stare
Photo by Moin Ahmed
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Jökulsárlón Sunrise
Photo by Mateusz Gorny
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Infinite Road to Transylvania #6
Photo by Calin Stan
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Red Chilli Pickers
Photo by Azim Khan Ronnie
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MotherBoard City
Photo by Ho Lam Cheng
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Giraffe Greeting at Dawn
Photo by Beverly Russo
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Wallpapers of the editors’ favorite submissions to the photo contest.
more at National Geographic