December 7, 2018

Spectacular Winners of the 2018 National Geographic Photo Contest

Pulled from nearly 10,000 entries, the winners of the 2018 National Geographic Photo Contest highlight both the beauty of living beings and the destruction that they can cause. Photos were submitted to three categories—Places, Wildlife, and People—with the top award going to a haunting photo titled Unreal. The image, shot by flight instructor and concert violinist Jassen Todorov, is an aerial view of a graveyard of vehicles located in the middle of California’s Mojave Desert.

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November 16, 2018

Amazing Panoramic Winners of the 2018 EPSON International Pano Awards

For professional and amateur panoramic photographers alike, there’s no better competition than The EPSON International Pano Awards. Now in its ninth year, the contest features the best in elongated photographs capturing the majestic beauty of the world at large. The 2018 contest received nearly 5,000 entries from 1,251 photographers in 74 countries, which undoubtedly made for stiff competition and hard decisions from the panel of judges.

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October 24, 2018

The Winners of the 2018 Astronomy Photographer of the Year Contest Are Out of This World

A majestic image of the Milky Way setting red rock formations in Utah aglow took top prize at the tenth annual Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest. Beating out 133 other shortlisted images, the photo is a victory for American astrophotographer Brad Goldpaint. From solar eclipses and glimpses of far-off galaxies to the Aurora borealis and falling comets, the beauty of astronomy was on full display in this year’s competitions.

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October 12, 2018

UK Royal Society of Biology Announces Winners of Amazing Annual Photo Contest

Over 2,500 photographs were submitted to the UK Royal Society of Biology‘s annual photo competition. Each year, amateur photographers and youth photographers are asked to enter their best biology photographs that demonstrate a particular theme. For 2018, “Patterns in Nature” was the directive and more than 900 photographers participated in one of the two competitions. Roberto Bueno won Photographer of the Year for his interesting image of larvae trails left on leaves in Canada’s Yukon valley.

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