“The Earth is Art, The Photographer is only a Witness ”.~ Yann Arthus-Bertrand
The “National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest” is now just around the corner. It is currently taking submissions, with entries for the prestigious competition which are accepted until May 27, 2016. The grand prize winner will receive a seven-day Polar Bear Safari for two in Churchill, Canada. Photographers from all over the world have started submitting their entries for the opportunity to win the prestigious contest.
Here we were able to share some of the spectacular early submissions, images that range from lonely snow covered hills to jam-packed metropolises without room for green space.
A wooden shed is caught in winter’s icy grip on a frigid night on the top of a hill in Lapland, Finland, as the Northern Lights appear.
Backdropped by sunlight, an enormous supercell forms over the town of Blackhawk, South Dakota – leading to flash flooding in the state.
Christoph Schaarschmidt snapped this shot at Trollstigen, Norway, as the fog disappeared and a car drove along a winding road.
Photographer Gaby Barathieu witnessed one of nature’s greatest wonders as the La Fournaise volcano erupted on Réunion Island.
Photographer Reynold Dewantara snapped this dramatic picture as Mount Bromo erupted at Probolinggo, East Java, Indonesia
Photography By- Danilo Dungo
Spring season in japan, People love to walk in this blue carpet flowers (Nemophila blue flowers) at Hitachi seaside park Ibaraki.
Thierry Bornier waited a week to get the right conditions before capturing this early-morning shot of a village in the mist at Guizhou, China
This photo, called ‘The Spaceship’, was taken last December as Massimo Rumi sailed to Antarctica on a 54-ft long-haul steel vessel ship
Two lions collide – with one leaping into the air – during a play-fight at the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa
Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is illuminated by several bolts of lightning as a storm rolls through Yulara, Northern Territory, Australia.