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The Incredible Photos from the National Geographic Contest

 The photographers that take part in the National Geographic Photographer of the Year contests never ceases to amaze, and this year is no exception. Take a look at the breathtaking shots they each captured. Which of the following is your favorite? One this is certain, National Geographic will have a hard time picking a winner: 
 
 
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Chobe River, Botswana in April 2016.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Sam Kurtul
The Palouse region of Washington State - this region offers one of the most beautiful scenic drives in the U.S. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Hamish Mitchell 
Fox bathing in the snowflakes in Japan's Shiretoko National Park.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Hiroki Inoue
An African buffalo covered in mud in the Masai Mara, Kenya.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Chris Schmid
Closeup of an Atlantic Puffin, captured on the protected nesting site of Machias Seal Island, off the coast of Maine.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Harry Collins 
A wave curls in multiple layers over a shallow reef on the New South Wales Coast, Australia. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Warren Keelan
 
A delicate and beautiful underwater creature which appeared during the vertical migration - the largest migration on Earth. This migration takes place every night in the oceans around the world. Captured in the Gulf Stream Current Florida.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Suzan Meldonian
A colossal Cumulonimbus flashes over the Pacific Ocean. Captured at 37,000 feet.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Santiago Borja 
A person takes a closer look at the lava on the French island of Reunion. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Gaby Barathieu
A group of mosquitoes attack a snapping turtle at Bombay Hook NWR in Delaware, U.S..
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Jerry am Ende
A sleeping walrus on the shore of Chukotka in Russia.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Mike Korostelev 
Thousands of flamingoes in Lake Bogoria, Kenya. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Yu Huiping
A mountain hare, Scotland.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Jamie Snr
High waves captured in Na Pali Coast, Hawaii.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Lee Scott
Southern calamari squid native to Australian and New Zealand coastlines. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Matthew Smith
A bear fishing for salmon in Kamachatka, Russia.
National Geographic 2016
Photographer:  Mike Korostelev
Greenland's pristine landscape amid a U.S. Air Force base which was abandoned in 1947, leaving everything behind including 10,000 aviation fuel barrels. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Ken Bower
Lava flows into the ocean in Hawaii. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Mason Lake
Fox kids, usually very active and playful. They engage in play that prepare them for lessons later in life. In this case, it would seem that one is not quite prepared for an attack. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Henrik Nilsson 
A man, Paulo, enjoying high-lining at 980 meters above the ground, while drying some laundry. 
National Geographic 2016
Photographer: Fred Marie
Images: imgur.com
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