National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 9

Editors Picks – Week 9 : 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 9.

National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 9
Eiffel Still Alive – Enrique Cruz Medina – During my euro trip I wanted to capture the most impressive places with my camera, Eiffel tower shows us its perfect sight.
National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 9
Eruption – Rodrigo Tapia Gómez – It is just humbling to experience the strength of mother nature.
National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 9
Castle Of Nature – Ajith Mathew – An ancient rock fortress listed under UNESCO world heritage site. Located at Sigiriya, Sri Lanka, lion rock is an amazing destination, with ruins of old gardens and fountains. A breathtaking climb of almost 2000 stairs to the top of the rock, surrounded by forest will be truly a lifetime achievement. The view from the top will literally make you feel the art of nature sleeping under your feet.
National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 9
Lombard Street Sunset – Kwong Liew – Lombard Street claims to be the crookedest street in the word with 8 hairpin turns. On this evening a cable car stopped long enough to be captured in this time-exposure.
National Geographic – 2018 Photographer Of The Year – Editors Picks – Week 9
Mars – Marco Grassi – Crazy formations in the Dolomites

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