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Ganadores del National Geographic Photocontest 2015

Publicado: 04-01-2016
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Ganadores del National Geographic Photocontest 2015

National Geographic anunció los resultados de su concurso 2015.
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 Foto 1

Grand Prize Winner
Photo and caption by James Smart
A rare and jaw-dropping anti-cyclonic tornado touches down in open farmland, narrowly missing a home near Simla, Colorado.
CATEGORY: Nature  /  LOCATION: Simla, Colorado, United States

 Foto 2

Orangutan in the Rain
Photo and caption by Andrew Suryono

I was taking photos of orangutans in Bali, Indonesia, when it started to rain. Just before I put my camera away, I saw this orangutan take a taro leaf and put it on top on his head to protect himself from the rain! I immediately used my DSLR and telephoto lens to preserve this spontaneous magic moment.
CATEGORY: Nature  /  LOCATION: Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

 Foto 3

Acrobats of the Air
Photo and caption by Alessandra Meniconzi

 A flock of Alpine choughs (Pyrrhocorax graculus), a species of mountain-dwelling bird, performs acrobatic displays in the air. During a windy day, I was able to immortalize their impressive flight skills.
CATEGORY: Nature  /  LOCATION: Appenzell, Canton d'Appenzell Rhoden-Interieur, Switzerland

 Foto 4

Photo and caption by Francisco Mingorance

While preparing a report on Spain’s Rio Tinto from the air, I decided to include the phosphogypsum ponds located in the marshes of red, whose radioactive discharges has destroyed part of the marsh. As an environmental photojournalist I had to report this story, but had to do it with an image that by itself attracts the viewer’s attention. On a low-flying training flight, this image caught my attention for its resemblance to the impact of an asteroid on its green waters.
CATEGORY: Places  /  LOCATION: Cardeñas, Andalusia, Spain

 Foto 5

From Generation to Generation
Photo and caption by Jackson Hung

This photo was taken during Chinese New Year's Eve of 2015 in Taiwan. I noticed how the light was coming into the room as our family members passed incense sticks to each other, sending our prayers and paying respects to our ancestors. The photo is symbolic, as the passing of incense sticks represents the knowledge and wisdom passed down from generation to generation.
CATEGORY: Places  /  LOCATION: Shalu, Taiwan, Taiwan

 Foto 6

Fishergirl Cleaning an Oil-spill
Photo and caption by arati rao

An oil tanker spilled 358,000 liters of heavy fuel oil last December into the biodiverse, ecologically sensitive Sundarbans forest -- the largest stand of unbroken mangroves in the world -- in Bangladesh. In the face of appalling governmental apathy, it fell upon local fishermen and their kids (like this 12 year old girl) to clean up the toxic oilspill with their bare hands. In spite of this and several other accidents, hazardous shipping cargo continues to ply through the mangrove forest.
CATEGORY: People  /  LOCATION: Joymonirghol, Khulna, Bangladesh

 Foto 7

Summer Movie Night in Bryant Park
Photo and caption by Navid Baraty

A sea of blankets covers Bryant Park, as spectators wait for a movie night to begin on a summer evening in NYC. I photographed this image from the rooftop of a 42-story building directly across the street from Bryant Park.
CATEGORY: People  /  LOCATION: New York City, New York, United States

 Foto 8

Changing Shifts
Photo and caption by Mohammed Yousef

In Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, the cubs of the famous cheetah Malaika learned to hunt. They moved from one hill to another, scanning the lands. Here, they seemed to change shifts as one cheetah left the hill while another took her place.
CATEGORY: Nature  /  LOCATION: Masai Mara, Rift Valley, Kenya 

 Foto 9

Colorful Chaos
Photo and caption by Bence Mate

White-fronted bee-eaters gather on a bough before going to sleep in their burrows, scraped into a sand wall. I was working on this theme for 18 days, as there were only five to ten minutes each day when the light conditions were appropriate. Ninety percent of my efforts to capture this image were not successful. I used flashlights to light the bee-eaters sitting on the branch, but not the others flying above. At this angle, the backlight generated rainbow coloring through the wings of the flying birds.
CATEGORY: Nature  /  LOCATION: Mkuze, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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