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National Geographical Image Contest: 2018 best pictures

Pilot and photographer Jason Toddorov received a winner of the prestigious National Geographic Photography Competition held by the National Geographic Magazine. Their snapped image is called ‘realistic’ Toddorov’s image was ranked among ten thousand pictures and was the final winner of the competition.

Toddorov’s image was ranked among ten thousand pictures and was the final winner of the competition.

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The second figure in this category is Nicholas Moire snapped in Texas . He writes that after the storm in the state-of-the-art city of Texas, a rugged Ford Thunderbird is in red dust. Toddorov says, ‘I had a team of photographers and videographers . It was the last day of a successful punishment on us because we saw 16 storm in those 10 days. ‘

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This photo of Christian Werner received the third prize, which is the city of Hams in Syria, which is now offering a scene of ruins.

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This picture is found in Tanzania in the category of power and snapped by Pim Pawlker. Volkz says, ‘This picture looks like an old painting. I have to carefully consider the image barracks to understand this phenomenon.

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The second prize in the same category was found in Jonas Beir’s picture of a bull bull in Greenland.

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The third prize in this category was given to the image of two white glands of Alison Long Evod, descending south of South Africa.

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The first prize in this category was given to Mia Colles, whose interesting story about this picture.

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