Koleksioni brilant: Ja përse duhet të udhëtoni

Ky koleksion me foto është shkëputur nga konkursi që organizon National Geographic çdo vit.

Të gjithë ata që udhëtojnë mund të postojnë fotot e tyre tek faqja e NG për t’u bërë pjesë e konkursit Travel Photographer of the Year.

Fituesi do të përfitojë një udhëtim polar prej shtatë ditësh në Kanada, në ‘kryeqytetin’ e arinjve polarë.

David Nam submitted this lively shot of youngsters having fun on the roof of two trains. He said the scene, at Tongi train station, captured the vast number of people who rush home after the festival of Bishwa Ijtema in BangladeshKing Fung Wong took this colourful image from the 12th floor of a hostel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and was 'amazed' at the viewIn the still of a star-lit night, buffalo cautiously approach the water to quench their thirst in South Africa. A long exposure allowed Alison Langevad to capture the moment for the contestThis seven gill shark was photographed in a kelp forest just off the shore of Simonstown near Cape Town by Tracey JenningsThis fairytale shot is the result of a magical, powerful moment at the top of Sonchaux in Switzerland, on a day when the clouds were particularly lowAs night falls in Bangkok, Thailand, this colourful market comes alive with colour and light. Kajan Madrasmail snapped the rainbow stalls from aboveClaudio Ceriali captured this striking image at Holi, India's festival of colours. The unifying festival is a celebration of love and the arrival of spring and includes the singing of folk songs and traditional dances depicting the festival's originsIn the Pavlodar region of northeast Kazakhstan, horsemen drive their herd to a corral where they'll spend the night. Kazakhs must guard their animals at all times against horse thieves (a time-honoured tradition in Kazakhstan) and predators like the steppe wolfOne of the most breathtaking captures in the contest so far is this mesmirising image of a beautiful sunrise in Tuscany, entered by Giovanni ModestiA lonely zebra in the midst of a field full of flowers was photographed by Yuval Ofek near Serengeti National Park in TanzaniaOne of a series of aerial shots taken from a helicopter over the fabulous river deltas in south Iceland. This one depicts one river winding its way to the ocean. The brilliant colours are a result of mineral deposits picked up by the glacial waters as they flow towards the seaTaken on a clear day from the air, Joe Murphy said he was lucky enough to have his camera with him, and the weather was right for the shot. The Bay Bridge is visible in the foreground, with the Golden Gate Bridge in the distanceSam Yick took this spectacular image of the Pinnacles, a limestone formation within Nambung National Park, near the town of Cervantes, in western AustraliaOver the last seven years Stefan Forster had one aim - photograph rain in the driest desert of Africa. In 2015 he finally found the rain in the breathtaking scenery of the Namibrand Park right at the border of the Namib Naukluft National park. An enormous thunderstorm came in and the setting sun created a wonderful rainbow. He said the challenge was to keep his shadow out of the pictureManish Mamtani drove one early morning from St. Mary's Lodge to see the sunrise at Two Medicine lake in Glacier National Park in Montana. There were no clouds but the lake water was so calm it created a perfect reflection of the red light kissing the Sinopah Mountain. As there was no wind in the morning, the colourful rocks in the foreground were visible

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