2015 National Geographic Foto Wettbewerb: Entdecken Sie Ihre Welt neu und bewerben Sie sich
Der 2015 National Geographic Foto Wettbewerb wird spannend dieses Jahr, denn die Möglichkeiten Fotos zu machen sind einfacher denn je geworden.
National Geographic hat schon einige der neuesten Bewerbungen für ihren diesrährigen Fotographie Wettbewerb veröffentlicht. Die Beiträge beinhalten die verschiedensten Motive aus den Bereichen Architektur, Landschaften und der Tierwelt.
Allerdings werden keine Bewerbungen mehr für dieses Jahr angenommen, leider. Aber vielleicht beim nächsten Mal. Also los geht’s und entdecken Sie Ihre Welt neu oder machen Sie ein schönes Selfie.
Der erste Preis sind $10,000, und ein Trip zum National Geographic Headquarters in Washington, D.C. für die Teilnahme an dem jährlich stattfindenden National Geographic Photografie Seminar.
1. “Terrace paddies in North Vietnam.”
“Terrace rice paddies in Tu Le Valley, Yen Bai province, north Vietnam at the beginning of new season. The Hmong people are crossing the fields on their way home at the end of the working day.”
Location: T˙ L, Yen Bai, Vietnam
2. “Morning Prayers, Delhi India.”
“I was in Delhi for work and went out exploring in the early morning to the Jama Masjid mosque. One guy was sweeping as another came along behind him laying out the prayer rugs. Soon after, this one man came in and started to pray, lined up in the one ray of sunlight.“
Location: Delhi, NCT, India
“A little girl plays in the monument to the victims of the attack of 11M in Atocha train station in Madrid”
Location: Atocha, Madrid, Spain
4. “Sunset Mountain Work.”
“Nepal is a special place to me for a number of reasons and I was fortunate enough to go back to see the Himalayas on a trek that offers amazing views of Mount Dhaulagiri and Mount Annapurna. The mountain landscape continued to blow my mind! After a strenuous and exhausting 6 hour trek to Kopra Ridge, I took this photo of Mount Dhaulagiri at sunset. In the foreground, a local Nepalese man is helping usher his mules up the ridge to a nearby eco-lodge that was in the middle of construction.”
Location: Thulo Odarkharka, Western Region, Nepal
5. “Ahmed Kelly.”
“Born in 1991 with significant disabilities in all four limbs, Ahmed Kelly was left at a Baghdad orphanage where he spent the majority of the first seven years of his life. He was adopted by an Australian woman, Moira Kelly, and now lives and in Melbourne. Ahmed finished forth in the London 2012 Paralympic Games for 50m Breaststroke, and is in great shape to win a medal in twelve months when the Paralympics start in Rio, Brazil.“
Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
6. “Daasanach Fisherman.”
“A young Daasanach fisherman guts and cleans a fish on the Eastern shore of Lake Turkana near the border of Ethiopia and Kenya. The Daasanach are Kenya’s second smallest tribe with between 60,000-80,000 members. They are traditionally nomadic, roaming between the two countries although with continued drought over the last 20 years about 30% have looked to the lake for food and income in fishing.”
Location: Lake Turkana, Kenya
7. “High Hoops.”
“Andrea Grove, a fire performer based in Omaha, Nebraska, practices her hula-hoop routine before her performance at the Lantern Festival on Saturday, August 29, 2015. She travels to events around the Midwest with a group called IncenDance. I met Andrea by chance. She and her group were tucked away behind a stage preparing for their show. After getting to know them a bit, I asked if I could photograph their practice and stayed with them until dark.”
Location: Pacific Junction, Iowa, USA
8. “Calbuco, The Awakening.”
“Calbuco Volcano is located in the lakes region south of Santiago, Chile’s capital city and is one of the 10 most dangerous volcanoes in the country. After more than 40 years of inactivity, the day April 23 the volcano erupts, spewing more than 200 million tons of ash and causing the evacuation of more than 2,000 people. In the picture is seen one of the most violent moments of the eruption, which occurred in the early hours of April 24.”
Location: Frutillar, Los Lagos, Chile
“Flamingos are going to fly.”
10. “The End of the World.”
“A small group of emperor penguins gathered near the sea ice edge. Ross Sea, Antarctica.”
Location: Ross Sea, Antarctica
11. “Dunes’ picture.”
Location: Namib Desert, Namibia
12. “Enchantment of light and shadows.”
“After the sunset we saw that fog was forming and hoped that it would not fade away till morning so we set our alarm clock 3 hours before sunrise. Then we drove for two hours to the location and along the road we could see through the trees that the bog was fully covered in fog. We quickly set up our octocopter drone and flew over the trees, the opening view was breathtakingly beautiful – sunrays, fog, shadows, pools.”
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