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Les gagnants du concours photo 2013 du National Geographic

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The winners have been named in the 2013 National Geographic Photography contest. As a leader in capturing our world through brilliant imagery, National Geographic sets the standard for photographic excellence. Professional photographers and amateur photo enthusiasts from over 150 countries submitted more than 7000 entries. Photographs were entered in three categories: people, places and nature. The competition was judged on creativity and photographic quality by a panel of experts comprising of National Geographic magazine Senior Photo Editor Susan Welchman; and documentary photographers Stephanie Sinclair and Ed Kashi. View the winning images and honorable mentions here. Grand Prize Winner, Paul Souders, will receive $10,000 and a trip to National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C., to participate in the annual National Geographic Photography Seminar in January 2014. — National Geographic

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Grand Prize and Nature Winner: The Ice Bear– A polar bear peers up from beneath the melting sea ice on Hudson Bay as the setting midnight sun glows red from the smoke of distant fires during a record-breaking spell of hot weather. The Manitoba population of polar bears, the southernmost in the world, is particularly threatened by a warming climate and reduced sea ice. (Photo and caption by Paul Souders/National Geographic Photo Contest )

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People Winner: Together, Alone– This portrait of two identical twins (Nils and Emil, 15 years old) in Fyn, Denmark, is part of a series of pictures, portraying people who have a strong connection to another person and who often think of themselves as a ‘we’ instead of ‘me’. (Photo and caption by Cecile Baudier/National Geographic Photo Contest)

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Places Winner: Long Road to Daybreak– Realizing this old town (Laocheng, means old town in Chinese) would soon be transformed into a new town through the speedy economic growth in China and perhaps lose its raw beauty in no time, I was pleased to capture this working mother carrying her child in her basket walking through the thick mist in a very early foggy morning, 2012. (Photo and caption by Adam Tan/National Geographic Photo Contest)

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Honorable Mention Nature: Crows Nest- The crows that live in Tokyo use clothes hangers to make nests. In such a large city, there are few trees, so the natural materials that crows need to make their nests are scarce. As a result, the crows occasionally take hangers from the people who live in apartments nearby, and carefully assemble them into nests. The completed nests almost look like works of art based on the theme of recycling. (Photo and caption by Yosuke Kashiwakura/National Geographic Photo Contest)

 

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Honorable Mention Nature: Indian Rhino, Canadian Winter- An Indian rhinoceros, far from home and stuck inside with late-winter blues at the Toronto zoo. (Photo and caption by Stephen De Lisle/National Geographic Photo Contest)

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Honorable Mention Nature: Flying Egrets- On a good day in the field, a birder might see flock of birds. Great Egrets; Tidal area of the Danube in Hungary. (Photo and caption by Réka Zsirmon/National Geographic Photo Contest)

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Honorable Mention Places: Cows And Kites- I was driving along the beach highway when I noticed the bulls sunbathing on the empty beach. I initially thought I was seeing things, but no it really was sunbathing cows! I had to park my car a fair distance away and that meant a long walk along the beach in 35-degree heat. It did not matter because I had to get the shot! When I got closer to them I was careful not to spook them so I crawled on my stomach on the hot sand to get a good picture of them. Mission Accomplished! It was worth the effort! (Photo and caption by Andrew Lever/National Geographic Photo Contest)

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Honorable Mention Places: Graveyard- I cannot describe the eerie feeling I had when I walked in on this scene. I followed a massive storm front several 100 kilometers hoping to capture something special but this blew my mind. The surreal milky green water is a natural phenomenon caused by electromagnetic activity from the lightning hitting the waters surface. There was no rain where I was and not much wind either but in the distance the sky was charged and angry subjecting its wrath over the graveyard of dead trees in this normally very dry lakebed. I was able to capture a series of unique images this being one of the best. (Photo and caption by Julie Fletcher/National Geographic Photo Contest)

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Honorable Mention PeopleArabic in Gambia- Arabic born in one of the biggest city in the World, New York. Right in the middle of the Bronx she grow and go to School. As she’s 13 years old, her Father decides to send her to her Family in a small town named Bajakunda. Now she lives here without electricity and a two hours bus drive away from the next city. Working every day from early morning til late night. No chance to leave this Country. Arabic is the only person in this small town whit an official American Passport, everybody dream about that one but she can?t use it anymore because of family tradition. (Photo and caption by Bisig Maurin/National Geographic Photo Contest)

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Honorable Mention People: Francesca- My girlfriend in her car at the stop street. (Photo and caption by Michele De Punzio/National Geographic Photo Contest)

 

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