17 Stunning Photos from the National Geographic Photography Contest

National Geographic has been one of the most popular names in the world. We all remember getting our first knowledge about wildlife from NatGeo channels and magazines. It is one of the most loved platforms for wildlife lovers and enthusiasts. They are well-known for posting some gorgeous photographs on their Instagram account.


They were also the first brand in Instagram history to reach 100 million followers. To celebrate this, they decided to host a 24-hour photography contest. They received more than 94,000 entries in a day! They chose 10 of the most stunning ones and let their followers decide who would win. We have compiled some of the most gorgeous ones.

1Hold The Sun

The photographer of this image is Chaitanya Deshpande. We can see that it shows a deer or a stag. The setting sun is positioned perfectly and is being cradled by the antlers. The location is Bushy Park, in Richmond upon Thames. The simple picture with only two components is absolutely stunning.

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2Amidst Nature

Bosco Verticale or Vertical Towers is a residential building in the Porta Nuova district of Milan, Italy. We all live busy lives and our cities are full of pollution. This seems like the absolute best way to imbibe nature into our busy urban lives. This photograph was clicked by Sebastien Nagy.

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3A whole new world

This picture is just too gorgeous for words. It is nothing but the ocean floor, a diver and a stingray. This photograph was clicked by Andre Musgrove. He revealed himself that he had to struggle with rough waves, low visibility, and strong currents to click this picture, which is nothing short of a work of art.

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4Fishy business

This photograph was clicked by Yuri Choufour. Black bears are omnivores who greatly depend on salmon and other protein-rich fishes to build up their reserves. This must be done before they hibernate in the winter. While bears are vicious hunters, there is something vulnerable about this bear, trying to gather as much food as it can.

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