And this year too, the judges at the National Geographic Traveler magazine have had the very hard task of choosing the winners from the 18,000 entries received from all around the globe. Here are a few of the winning photographs of this year. You can check out all the entries here.
Julie de Waroquier is a self-taught French photographer who started photography in 2008. Her works are very subtle, undefined, almost invisible, like a magical world that only Julie can reveal for us. With slight modifications of light and color, her photographs
With his new series entitled "More Than Human", London-based photographer and wildlife enthusiast, Tim Flach, gives a more human meaning to the word "wild". He captures the animals in a very unique way, giving them a very human like expression. Enjoy this
Marie Wengler is a talented young digital artist and photographer, whose unmistakable approach to photography results in expressive portraits, depicting the modern individual and its existence in society today, "where technological change is increasingly affecting
Working with animals and kids is never easy, but the satisfaction it brings, beats all that! Moscow-based children’s photographer Elena Karneeva sees that special something in each child and captures each magic moment in your baby's life. It's all about learning
Bahamas based photographer, Elena Kalis, captures a whole new aquatic world in her works. These underwater shots are truly amazing, from the colors and models, to the rippling waters and their surreal glow. Take a look!
Los Angeles-based photographer Jill Sutherland has a knack for capturing beauty. This Long Beach-born, New Mexico-grown nine years-and-counting resident of Southern California discovered her passion for female portraits on a meandering afternoon of shooting the
Art resides in everything, even at the tip of a burning matchstick. Russian photographer Stanislav Aristov captures the artistic potential of the matchstick and with a little help from Photoshop, the result is truly unique. Check out this gallery!
Russian photographer Andrey Pavlov invites you to the whimsical world of ants. They are absolutely real, and the photographer captures them in spontaneous moments or following his instructions. The props used in the pictures are crafted by Andrey himself, from raw