My 5 Pics for the 2010 National Geographic Photo Contest

National Geographic has opened a contest for the best amateur photographs of 2010. Winners will be published in the magazine! The contest is open until November 30, and you can submit an unlimited amount of photos.

I have already submitted five, and may add a few more closer to the deadline. A special thank you to Leigh Duncan Durst, who brought the contest to my attention and encouraged me to enter. Choosing the photos was not easy, as I have some popular ones that had a blemish or were not technically proficient enough (IMO) to win. Here are my five:

The Devil’s Horns Across Lago Pehoe (Chilean Patagonia)

The Devil's Horns Across Lago Pehoe

Virgin Islands Sunrise (St. Thomas)

Virgin Islands Sunrise

Marie Helene Bigar Weill (Jewish European Refugee from WWII)

T'Aunte Marie Helene Bigar Weill

The Lights of Bordeaux (The Place de Borse)
The Lights of Bordeaux

The North Face of the Moreno Glacier (Argentine Patagonia)
The North Face of the Moreno Glacier

Will you be entering any photos into the contest?

4 Replies to “My 5 Pics for the 2010 National Geographic Photo Contest”

  1. Really awesome. Love your photography. Love the one of your grandma, you are great at capturing people’s essence. Unfortunately, some of us would rather photoshop effects of our own faces, lol.

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