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Oceanic Whitetip Shark, BahamasPhoto: Brian Skerry
Oceanic whitetip shark and diver in the Bahamas.

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Oceanic Whitetip Shark, Bahamas
Photo: Brian Skerry

Oceanic whitetip shark and diver in the Bahamas.

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Yellow Birch, AdirondacksPhoto: Michael Melford
On the trail to Goodnow Mountain, a yellow birch appears to be ingesting a boulder left behind by a glacier. With its tenacious trees and rebounding wildlife, Adirondack Park is a miracle of regeneration. Committed advocates and legal protections written into New York’s state constitution offer hope that it will remain forever wild.

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Yellow Birch, Adirondacks
Photo: Michael Melford

On the trail to Goodnow Mountain, a yellow birch appears to be ingesting a boulder left behind by a glacier. With its tenacious trees and rebounding wildlife, Adirondack Park is a miracle of regeneration. Committed advocates and legal protections written into New York’s state constitution offer hope that it will remain forever wild.

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Surfing, Indonesia
Photograph by Firstiawan Yuliandri
A traditional Indonesian boat passes behind a surfer doing some aerial action.

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Surfing, Indonesia

Photograph by Firstiawan Yuliandri

A traditional Indonesian boat passes behind a surfer doing some aerial action.

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People Winner (2010 National Geographic Photography Contest) 
Photo and caption by Chan-Kwok Hung
An Indonesian famer and his buffalo charge through the mud in “Buffalo Race,” and image that contest judge Joel Sartore called “an epic scene.”
Farmers literally put a lot of stock into winning these annual races, which they believe will bring them luck during the upcoming growing season, according to photographer Chan Kwok Hung of Hong Kong.
National Geographic magazine senior photo editor and judge Sadie Quarrier praised the image as “nicely composed, very real moment.”
“I’m immediately drawn to the expression on the guy’s face, with his open mouth and tightly squeezed eyes as if he’s barely holding on.”
Freelance photographer and judge Stephen Alvarez called the photo “high action perfectly captured.  Sometimes photography is all about the moment.”
Added Sartore, a freelance photographer, “peak action, interesting subject matter, and a soft background all combined to make this image a winner.”

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People Winner (2010 National Geographic Photography Contest) 

Photo and caption by Chan-Kwok Hung

An Indonesian famer and his buffalo charge through the mud in “Buffalo Race,” and image that contest judge Joel Sartore called “an epic scene.”

Farmers literally put a lot of stock into winning these annual races, which they believe will bring them luck during the upcoming growing season, according to photographer Chan Kwok Hung of Hong Kong.

National Geographic magazine senior photo editor and judge Sadie Quarrier praised the image as “nicely composed, very real moment.”

“I’m immediately drawn to the expression on the guy’s face, with his open mouth and tightly squeezed eyes as if he’s barely holding on.”

Freelance photographer and judge Stephen Alvarez called the photo “high action perfectly captured.  Sometimes photography is all about the moment.”

Added Sartore, a freelance photographer, “peak action, interesting subject matter, and a soft background all combined to make this image a winner.”

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Elephants, Kenya
Photograph by Danielle Mussman
Our third day in Amboseli National Park in Kenya and serendipity occurred as the clouds parted, revealing the snows of Kilimanjaro, a blue sky and a herd of elephants in front of it all.

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Elephants, Kenya

Photograph by Danielle Mussman

Our third day in Amboseli National Park in Kenya and serendipity occurred as the clouds parted, revealing the snows of Kilimanjaro, a blue sky and a herd of elephants in front of it all.

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Blacktip Reef Shark, Maldives
Photograph by Paul Wilkinson
Smaller fish keep their distance when a blacktip reef shark swims amongst them in shallow water in the Maldives.

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Blacktip Reef Shark, Maldives

Photograph by Paul Wilkinson

Smaller fish keep their distance when a blacktip reef shark swims amongst them in shallow water in the Maldives.