National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 5

Editors Picks – Week 5 : Each year, photographers around the world send the ‘National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year’ contest gorgeous images that captivate and astonish. The competition is now open and accepting entries. The judges are looking for photos that tell the story of a place and travel moments that inspire others to explore our world. The deadline to enter the 2018 edition is May 31. The grand prize winner will receive $10,000. Here is a selection of 20 stunning photographs among those picked by the Jury on week 5.

National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 5
Behind The Hollywood Sign – Luc Mena – Sunset over the city of angels,shot behind the Hollywood sign. I couldn’t use my tripod for this shot as the fences behind the sign were too high,so I had to hand hold my camera above the fence,hoping to get the shot I wanted.after a few try and a few seconds of good light I got the shot I wanted.
National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 5
Relics Of El Malecón – Adam Zaff – Vintage cars cruise up and down El Malecón in Havana, Cuba.
National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 5
Nature’s Stadium – Paul Watson – I have been to many football stadiums in the UK and nothing compares to this pitch in Henningsvaer. If it was even a contest then nature would beat modern architecture every time in my opinion. You don’t need a fancy modern structure to have an amazing place to play football.
National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 5
Sharks City – Marc Henauer – The Bahamas is home to one of the largest shark communities in the world. Far from the preconceived ideas, diving with these animals presents almost no risk. In the natural state, man is not a prey for the shark, it is even rather fearful and it is not so easy to be able to approach them so close. South of Nassau, the environment to observe them is extraordinary with large wrecks laid on a background of white sand in translucent water.
National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 5
Lake Suwa-Ko At Dawn – Yukihito Ono – Lake Suwa-ko and urban area in Nagano prefecture. Mt. Fuji can be seen in the back. The sea of clouds often occurs in autumn.

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