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2016 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

2016 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

Well you all know that we have a thing for photography here at Living 360, and let’s face it- there no better (or more prestigious) photography competition than the annual National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest. At least that’s how what we think. There were so many amazing entries this year, and we have had so much selecting our favourites below.

Hope you enjoy these as much as we did.

This image was captured very early in the morning after climbing Yellow Mountain at 3 a.m. and waiting for few hours in the cold and wind at -4 degrees.  © Thierry Bornier / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

This image was captured very early in the morning after climbing Yellow Mountain at 3 a.m. and waiting for few hours in the cold and wind at -4 degrees.
© Thierry Bornier / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

Polar bears rely on the sea ice to reach their seal prey. Global warming caused by humans has significantly impacted the sea ice, which is negatively affecting the Polar bears in many ways. Photographed in Kaktovik, Alaska.  © Missy Mandel / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

Polar bears rely on the sea ice to reach their seal prey. Global warming caused by humans has significantly impacted the sea ice, which is negatively affecting the Polar bears in many ways. Photographed in Kaktovik, Alaska.
© Missy Mandel / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

This picture was taken during Mt. Bromo eruption, the horse seems a little agitated due to the sound of the eruption.  © Reynold Dewantara / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

This picture was taken during Mt. Bromo eruption, the horse seems a little agitated due to the sound of the eruption.
© Reynold Dewantara / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

SSpring in Japan. People love to walk in this blue carpet flowers (Nemophila blue flowers) at Hitachi seaside park in Ibaraki.  © Danilo Dungo / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

SSpring in Japan. People love to walk in this blue carpet flowers (Nemophila blue flowers) at Hitachi seaside park in Ibaraki.
© Danilo Dungo / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

A young Kazakh boy with his eagle which will perform at the traditional Eagle Festival held in Bayan-Ölgii, Mongolia. Eagle hunting is a heritage passed from father to son, generation after generation, by the Kazakh people of the Altai mountains.  © Massimo Rumi / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

A young Kazakh boy with his eagle which will perform at the traditional Eagle Festival held in Bayan-Ölgii, Mongolia. Eagle hunting is a heritage passed from father to son, generation after generation, by the Kazakh people of the Altai mountains.
© Massimo Rumi / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

Amazing supercell produces over the town of Blackhawk, South Dakota, back on June 1, 2015. Flash flooding would occur near Rapid City.  © James Smart / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

Amazing supercell produces over the town of Blackhawk, South Dakota, back on June 1, 2015. Flash flooding would occur near Rapid City.
© James Smart / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

Romance is in the air. It was the time of day immediately following sunset. Photographed in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan.  © Hiroki Inoue / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

Romance is in the air. It was the time of day immediately following sunset. Photographed in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan.
© Hiroki Inoue / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

From the air, it’s much easier to see how Lombard Street snakes through the streets of San Francisco. One of the most iconic landmarks of San Francisco—with its eight sharp turns is said to be the most crooked street in the world.  © Chris McCann / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

From the air, it’s much easier to see how Lombard Street snakes through the streets of San Francisco. One of the most iconic landmarks of San Francisco—with its eight sharp turns is said to be the most crooked street in the world.
© Chris McCann / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

The latest eruption of La Fournaise Volcano. Réunion Island.  © Gaby Barathieu / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

The latest eruption of La Fournaise Volcano. Réunion Island.
© Gaby Barathieu / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

While on a road trip in Iceland, we stumbled across a sea of old lava flows that has, over the centuries, been blanketed in thick, green layer of moss.  © Dylan Shaw / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

While on a road trip in Iceland, we stumbled across a sea of old lava flows that has, over the centuries, been blanketed in thick, green layer of moss.
© Dylan Shaw / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

Taken in Linyanti area Botswana during an early morning drive.  © M. Engelmann / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

Taken in Linyanti area Botswana during an early morning drive.
© M. Engelmann / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

 

Jomblang cave in Yogyakarta, Indonesia—a place for heavenly light.  © Tomy Tomy / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

Jomblang cave in Yogyakarta, Indonesia—a place for heavenly light.
© Tomy Tomy / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

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