10 beautifully impressive photos of the NatGeo photo contest
The image above is a boy jumping over a small puddle at the beach in a fishing village near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. The photographer of this picture is Yousuf Tushar. More than 5,000 families in the village make a living by fishing and processing dried fish. The children in the village do not have toys so dancing or running is almost their only fun activity. It's one of 10 photos selected by National Geographic editors for "People" category for the 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer contest.
Beautiful pictures in the prestigious National Georgraphic 2018 bring impressive beauty and seductive emotions, making viewers unable to take their eyes off. The photos of this year's contest are divided into three categories: Nature, People and Urban. The winner of each category will be honored and receive $ 10,000 and the appellation of National Geographic Tourist Photographer of the Year.
Female photographer Veronica Domit has captured the imagery of the "flying ritual" of the native Totonacas in Mexico. Domit shared this ritual takes place at noon when the "Mother Earth" headed for the "Father Sun”, and the Totonacas perform it once a year to pray for rain with the expectation of a bumper crop.
Australian photographer Aidan Williams takes this gorgeous photo of Andrey Karr, an adventurous athlete of Western Riders team as he walks on a rope below the great waves in Nazareth, Portugal.
On a trip to Hawaii, American photographer Peyton Sickles accidentally recorded a photo of two boys swimming in a glass bottom pool in Oahu.
A copy of Marilyn Monroe's iconic flying skirt was photographed by Tihomir Trichkov after a wind blowing the costumes of actors in a film studio in India.
All packed trains are entering a station in Bangladesh during the Islamic festival of Eid-ul Adha. Many of these passengers have left the big cities where they live and work to return home to celebrate Relatives Day. The picture is taken by Yousuf Tushar.
Photographer Jeremy Lasky from California (USA) caught two boys playing basketball at a corner of Havana capital, Cuba.
This photo was taken by photographer Mahesh Lonkar at a festival in Shri Nath Mhaskoba, near Saswad city, Maharashtra, India.
Monks gathered during a weekly chaplaincy at Tashi LhunPo Monastery in Tibet, photographed by Mattia Passarini. Tashi LhunPo Monastery was founded in 1447 by the first Dalai Lama and it is the most influential monastery in Shigatse, the second largest city in Tibet with about 2,000 monks.
A photo of shipbuilders at Char Kaliganj in Dhaka, Bangladesh is taken by Spanish photographer Mauro de Bettio. Char Kaliganj is home to one of the largest shipyards in Asia. This is the place to gather, dismantle old transport ships and build large ships with about 15,000 workers.
By: Gitta Russell