Take the edge off the start of the week with some stunning shots from this year’s National Geographic Traveller Photography Competition.
National Geographic is known for incredible natural photojournalism, and this year was no exception. Here are some standout pictures from the year.
National Geographic has you covered if you’re looking to expand your horizons, while avoiding the tourist traps, during your travels next year.
National Geographic is making sure that this summer’s visitors make the most of what we have on offer. Locals should take note, too.
Out of thousands of entries, these beautiful pics came out on top in the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year competition.
Towards the end of April is about the time we start dreaming of the December holidays, so we may as well look at a few entrants from the 2019 Nat Geo Travel Photo Contest.
National Geographic is celebrating reaching 100 million followers on Instagram. Here are some of their most popular pics.
The winners of the prestigious photography contest have been announced. These are some of the spectacular pics that clinched victory.
Entries are now open for the annual National Geographic Travel Photographic of the Year contest, and these are our favourite shots from the contest so far.
Ever climbed a hundred foot ladder to grab a hive filled with neurotoxic honey? Nah, me neither, but at least we can ogle the pictures.
If you have ever been told you can’t do something, take a page out of this guy’s book and ride down an iceberg on an inflatable pizza slice. Take that.
While there are prophets, gurus, and spiritual leaders, there are also a few peeps who believe they are the second coming. Check these chaps out.
The winners of this year’s National Geographic travel photography contest have just been announced, and this volcano shot came out tops. The rest are special, too.
The subject of the famous National Geographic ‘Afghan Girl’ cover photo has been arrested – here’s the story.
I know you take some wild photos with your phone but now it’s over to the professionals. The finalists have played out of their boots here.
Neurosurgeons will be undertaking an on-air live brain surgery in an effort to rectify an essential tremor in Parkinson’s Disease. Deep.
Sometimes, there are theories that are based upon coincidences and this is one – so take it as you will, but please note: Rupert is a climate change denier.
The build-up for this Discovery Channel moment has reached fever pitch and people have been waiting a LONG time to see what happens. So now, finally, you can see what happens when Paul Rosolie goes to get swallowed by a snake.
Trust National Geographic to do something incredible with an advertising campaign. Utilising the ‘seflie’ trend in their message is beyond genius.
Film’s have often romanticized the lives of the famous ancient warriors. But the truth of the matter remains; they were slaves housed in fortress prisons. The gladiator school discovered outside of Vienna, Austria, is the first one discovered outside the city of Rome.
It was thought to be lost, buried somewhere beneath Aspen, Colorado. Back in 1983 Steve Jobs gave a talk at the Aspen International Design Conference. After the conference, those present each donated an object to be added to a time capsule. Steve Jobs’s contribution – one of the first commercially available computer mice.
In 1983, at an International Design Conference in Aspen, a young Steve Jobs (28 at the time) gave a tech talk and afterwards, added some historical gems to a time capsule planned to be unearthed in the year 2000. The time capsule was “lost” for 13 years because of the landscape changing before being unearthed by National Geographic Channel’s team from the TV Show, “Diggers”.
National Geographic are using drones and robots to get up close and personal shots of lions in the Serengeti. If any human got as close as these robots did to a lion in the wild, they would be chowed in no time. Lucky for us we can get an inside peek into the personal lives […]
Have a look at some fo the amazing entries for this year’s 25th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo competition. These are some of the contenders thus far.
Photographer Joe McNally used Dubai as a backdrop for his lastest images, but he did it from a height of 829 meters, on top of the world’s tallest structure, the Burj Khalifa.
The 25th annual National Geographic Traveler Contest is open, and the contest has seen thousands of applicants test their photographic prowess against each other thus far. Check out some of the radical entries so far
Tim Flach is a British photographer who is known for snapping incredible human-like photographs of animals. Going far beyond taking a simple photo, Flach also captures the emotions of wild creatures through intensely close-up shots.
A photo of an Indochinese tigress shaking herself dry has been crowned the Grand Prize Winner of the 2012 National Geographic photography competition.
The winners of the 24th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest have just been announced. These images were chosen from more than 12 000 entries submitted by 6 615 photographers from 152 countries!