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National Geographic inviterer fotografer fra hele verden til å delta i deres konkuranse: 2013 National Geographic Travel Photo Contest.

Du kan da vinne en 10 dagers ekspedisjon til Galapagos for to med National Geographic Endeavour. Men da må du sende inn et bilde innen 30. juni. 

– Konkurransen er 25 år i år. Det gjør den den lengstløpende bildekonkurransen i verden, sier Keith Bellows, redaktør for National Geographic Traveler magasin.

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Men vi har fått titte i noen av bildene, og her er våre 10 favoritter:

Another perspective of the day: The fisherman at Bira Beach. Photo and caption by Dody Kusuma/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Another perspective of the day: The fisherman at Bira Beach. Photo and caption by Dody Kusuma/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Girl at the door: I found this girl in a monastery in Jakar, posing at the door of the main entrance to the chapel. Photo and caption by Juan Abal Lopez/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.Girl at the door: I found this girl in a monastery in Jakar, posing at the door of the main entrance to the chapel. Photo and caption by Juan Abal Lopez/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

Gullfoss: Gullfoss is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. Located in the central north of the island translucent aqua water cascades over the horseshoe shaped falls and races down the canyon. Icicles cling to its rock ledges and fresh snow lies across the landscape under soft diffuse light of the type that only Iceland can deliver. Photo and caption by Joshua Holko/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.Gullfoss: Gullfoss is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. Located in the central north of the island translucent aqua water cascades over the horseshoe shaped falls and races down the canyon. Icicles cling to its rock ledges and fresh snow lies across the landscape under soft diffuse light of the type that only Iceland can deliver. Photo and caption by Joshua Holko/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

Kazakh Eagle Hunters: Eagle Hunting is a Kazakh tradition that dates back 2000 years. Around 350 Kazakh Eagle Hunters are keeping the tradition alive in the Altai Mountains, Mongolia. Photo and caption by Tariq Sawyer/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.Kazakh Eagle Hunters: Eagle Hunting is a Kazakh tradition that dates back 2000 years. Around 350 Kazakh Eagle Hunters are keeping the tradition alive in the Altai Mountains, Mongolia. Photo and caption by Tariq Sawyer/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

Main Bazaar in New Delhi, India: This is a long exposure, evening look at Main Bazaar in Paharganj. Photo and caption by Edward Graham/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Main Bazaar in New Delhi, India: This is a long exposure, evening look at Main Bazaar in Paharganj. Photo and caption by Edward Graham/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Milkyway Over Halema uma u Crater: Mother Natureís awesome power on display at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Lighting up the Night with both Celestial and Terrestrial Flames. A scene like this often makes us wonder our place in the universe... Photo and caption by Zong Ye Quek/National Geographic Traveler Photo ContestMilkyway Over Halema uma u Crater: Mother Natureís awesome power on display at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Lighting up the Night with both Celestial and Terrestrial Flames. A scene like this often makes us wonder our place in the universe... Photo and caption by Zong Ye Quek/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Mount Erebus Ice Cave: A scientist climbs out of an ice cave formed by volcanic vents near the summit of Mt. Erebus, Antarctica. Photo and caption by Alasdair Turner/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. Mount Erebus Ice Cave: A scientist climbs out of an ice cave formed by volcanic vents near the summit of Mt. Erebus, Antarctica. Photo and caption by Alasdair Turner/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

Portrait of one chilled out Kangaroo: "Jeez Louise...Those cookies were good". Photo and caption by Graham McGeorge/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.Portrait of one chilled out Kangaroo: "Jeez Louise...Those cookies were good". Photo and caption by Graham McGeorge/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

The power of the Criollo: The power of the Criollo horses at the Cabanha Ipu„ located in Paran‡, Brazil. The Criollo is the native horse of Uruguay (1910), Argentina (1918), Brazil (1932) and Paraguay. It may have the best endurance of any horse breed in the world next to the Arabian. Photo and caption by Chris Schmid/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.The power of the Criollo: The power of the Criollo horses at the Cabanha Ipu„ located in Paran‡, Brazil. The Criollo is the native horse of Uruguay (1910), Argentina (1918), Brazil (1932) and Paraguay. It may have the best endurance of any horse breed in the world next to the Arabian. Photo and caption by Chris Schmid/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

Yellow Lady: The hostile desert landscape in the Little Rann of Kutch in western Gujarat state is where these day labourers work. The stark, white salt is a challenging environment to work in, dry and bright but there is a peace and beauty to this place too which is overwhelming. It was the second time I visited these parts and each time I leave with a sense of joy and sorrow, the people are lowly paid but full of welcome and smiles to me even though life is tough for them as this is their environment. Photo and caption by Charlotte Anderson/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. Yellow Lady: The hostile desert landscape in the Little Rann of Kutch in western Gujarat state is where these day labourers work. The stark, white salt is a challenging environment to work in, dry and bright but there is a peace and beauty to this place too which is overwhelming. It was the second time I visited these parts and each time I leave with a sense of joy and sorrow, the people are lowly paid but full of welcome and smiles to me even though life is tough for them as this is their environment. Photo and caption by Charlotte Anderson/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

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