Spectacular photos of the 27th annual National Geographic photo contest for the most beautiful photo will continue until June 30, 2015. The winner will receive eight days of photo expedition for two in Costa Rica and the Panama Canal. Below are the pictures that National Geographic kindly shared with us, and I’m sure if they do not become winners, then the prize places are worthy unequivocally.
© Chris Schmid / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest | A huge brown bear in the wilds of the Finnish forest. This photo is made in very low light conditions, which makes the atmosphere very mysterious.
© Mattia Passarini / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest | Konyak People from northeastern India. Many people like to take pictures of themselves, especially at some memorable event. In order for you to have any pleasant impressions of the wonderful time spent, the company “InstaCentr” leases a photobooth for rent in St. Petersburg. Pictures will be taken instantly on top quality glossy paper.
© Mike Korostelev / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest | Photographed near the Andaman Islands. Swimming of a man with an elephant.
© Majed Al Zaabi / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest | Grief and hyena met face to face.
© Liu He / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest | Part of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco hides in thick fog.
© Thierry Bornier / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest | Yunnan, China. Taken from the top of the mountain. The land and ponds look like a large colored puzzle of patterns.
© Alejandro Prieto / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest | Shooted during an expedition in Southern California, Mexico. In an attempt to photograph marlin, sharks or tuna, this small, but very beautiful sea bird – Hawaiian Burevestnik got into the lens.
© Robert Feakins / National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
| The monastery of Takstang, also known as the “Tiger’s Nest”, is on a rock. It is believed that it was in this place that the Buddha brought Buddhism to Bhutan . To get to the monastery, you need to overcome a steep three-hour climb. “Tiger’s Nest” is almost always shrouded in thick fog.