Chaque année le très swag magazine National Geographic organise un concours de photographie d'envergure internationale. Le grand cru des plus belles photos de 2015 est tout chaud, tout beau, et c'est rien que pour toi.

  1. Whale Whisperers
    prise par Anuar Patjane Floriuk, au Mexique

    Diving with a humpback whale and her new born calf while they cruise around Roca Partida Island, in Revillagigedo, Mexico. This is an outstanding and unique place full of pelagic life so we need to accelerate the incorporation of this islands into UNESCO as natural heritage site in order to increase the protection of the islands against the prevailing ilegal fishing corporations and big game fishing.
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  2. Gravel Workmen
    prise par Faisal Azim, au Bangladesh

    Gravel crush working place remains full of dust and sand. Three gravel workmen are looking through the window glass at their working place.
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  3. Camel Ardah
    prise par Ahmed Al Toqi, à Oman

    ( Camel Ardah) As it called in Oman, its one of the traditional styles of camel racing between two camels controlled by expert men, the faster camel is the loser one, so they must be running by the same speed level in the same track
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  4. Sauna in the sky
    prise par Stefano Zardini, en Italie

    A sauna  at 2.800 mt high, in the heart of Dolomites. Monte Lagazuoi, Cortina, eastern Italian Alps.
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  5. Romania, Land of Fairy Tales
    prise par Eduard Gutescu, je vous laisse deviner où.

    Whitefrost over Pestera village in Romania
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  6. A Night at Deadvlei
    prise par Beth McCarley, en Namibie

    The night before returning to Windhoek, we spent several hours at Deadveli. The moon was bright enough to illuminate the sand dunes in the distance, but the skies were still dark enough to clearly see the milky way and magellanic clouds. Deadveli means "dead marsh." The camelthorn trees are believed to be about 900 years old, but have not decomposed because the environment is so dry.
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  7. White Rhinos
    prise par Stefane Berube, en Ouganda

    The night before this photo, we tried all day to get a good photo of the endangered white rhino. Skulking through the grass carefully trying to stay 30 feet away to be safe, didn't provide me the photo I was hoping for. In the morning however, I woke up to all three rhinos grazing infront of me.
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  8. Kushti, Indian Wrestling
    prise par Alain Schroeder, en Inde

    Kushti is the traditional form of Indian wrestling. Wearing only a well-adjusted loincloth (´†langot†ª), wrestlers or ´†Pelwhans†ª enter a pit made of clay, often mixed with salt, lemon and ghee (clarified butter). At the end of a workout, wrestlers rest against the walls of the arena covering their heads and bodies with earth to soak up any perspiration and avoid catching cold. This relaxation ceremony is completed with massages to soothe tired muscles and demonstrate mutual respect.
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  9. Catching a duck
    prise par Sarah Wouters, en Thaïlande

    2 boys are trying  to catch a duck at the stream of the waterfall
    Crédits photo : National Geographic
  10. Highlanders
    prise par Bartlomiej Jurecki, en Pologne

    Traditional haymaking in Poland. Many people continue to use the scythe and pitchfork to sort the hay.
    Crédits photo : National Geographic

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Source : National Geographic, via My Modern Met