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High in the Himalaya in Nepal, with June 2013, I harnessed this image of a Nepalese woman jogging by. Due to the monsoon rains, a narrow, rocky road that will clung to the side of the mountains appeared to be blocked by landslides. Leaving the auto, we had to walk to the nearest village. This walk while in the clouds, surrounded by beautiful landscape, was an adventure for me, but for this woman just another typical day. It was a unreal moment, a feeling of being in an establishment far removed from my life, nevertheless at the same time being a part of hers. Image: Natasha Fisher
Walking through this specific amazingly colourful market in Jodhpur during my first visit to Indian, I particularly enjoyed your enticing aromas of incredible spices and extraordinarily brilliantly colored saris and turbans of the pressing throngs of people. Just as I prepared to throw an atmospheric scene which included three well uniformed schoolgirls, the picture appeared to be fortuitously enhanced by a female's purple scarf and the memorable face of one of the young ladies as she saw me at the instant of pressing the shutter button. Every time I see this image it transports myself back to that special moment in addition to a magic holiday experience. Photography: Mark Zvirblis
A fresh fall of snow allowed this below adult male polar bear, photographed in Manitoba, Canada, to completely clean himself all over. His fun, almost comical, rolling inside snow made him show up more like a cuddly doll than one of the largest terrain carnivores on the planet. A carnivore that takes humans as prey. Rendering it hard to believe that two crazy bear human encounters in the weeks immediately before this image was taken resulted in substantial injuries to three residents in the nearby township of Churchill which models itself as the "Polar Bear Investment capital of the World". Photo: Barbara Landsberg
Amongst dives in Northern Papua New Guinea near Lissenung Resort, Kavieng, there were several boys spearfishing. This boy'?s identify is Gabriel, he was about 10 years old. Keri Russell 885 (http://taohouse.co.il/img/common/bqwzog.asp?kackup=126) The direction of his mask designed a reflection of the coral down below. The mask is a bit tiny for him as you can see no more his nose pressing contrary to the glass. Shortly after he seemed to be on the shore singing, around pigeon english. Our leap guide translated: ??he didn't have his woman from an island far, far away??. Very lovable. Photo: Hunter Smith
While in Greece last year in July I spent some time around Athens wandering the streets about Monastiraki and Plaka as they are so abundant in history, culture and colourful character types. I came across this austere looking one inch front of the mosque in Monastiraki, your fruit seller sitting there in the hustle and bustle observing, and what appears to be judging, all that is going on all-around him. Of course he captured sight of me wanting to capture him amongst this colour and chaos! Photography: Theodora Vagenas
In April 2012 I personally achieved a life dream with travelling to Egypt to see the particular Pyramids of Giza. The powerful presence of these massive, ancient, excellent structures was breathtaking. That photo was taken in a special afternoon as the clouds gathered, harmful rain. The wind grabbed and just as I was mounting a picture of the pyramid, the sunlight poked through the storm clouds in addition to three local women discovered in front of me, laughing and also screaming to each other. It captures the afternoon perfectly for me. Image: Glenn Hamilton
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Mrs Naughton's prize, valued at approximately $18,600, includes two economy gain flights to Abu Dhabi for her and her husband with Etihad Airways; four nights accommodation from Anantara's luxury Qasr Al Sarab Desert Location; and tutoring by professional photographer Tony Amos, the competition's direct judge, during the trip. The repair Mrs Naughton produces during the trip is likewise published in a subsequent difficulty of Traveller.
"I used to think, 'who desires to see my holiday pictures?' But now I know they do," says Mrs Naughton, who exclusively started taking photography very seriously 10 years ago, becoming a member of a photography club, taking pictures trips, and this year receiving her licentiate honours in av making.
Her winning image was taken during a Twenty-four day journey to China last year, where she plus her husband travelled by means of Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, Agra, Kerala and, of course, Varanasi. She had a "mountain of photos" throughout the excursion, but chose this particular image because "it was just dreamy".
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Desperate to make the shot happen, she had their private guide take her back generally there the following evening. "He knew many of the back streets of Varanasi, many of us wove through them and Justiz Syed Iftikhar Hussain Shah 47 (http://www.eventidiroma.it/images/pattern/list.asp?rom=12) got as a result of where the ceremony was.In It was then that she found her prime position right beside the performers.
"I loved the instant of the incense in the air, the report of the men, the look for their faces, the costumes everyone waving their hands in the air. The look speaks to me of magic," she says.
"It's your pity you can't hear this particular photo because the sound eminating from the bells and the music seriously added to the atmosphere and the time."
For judge A2z tony Amos who has been shooting by professionals in Australia and internationally upwards of 25 years and has worked for brands including Harper's Bazaar, Vogue and Premium Traveller Mrs Naughton's image stood out for just a combination of reasons.
"This image revealed solid technical proficiency, seductively of presentation, an impulse for how to put the audience in the thick of things in addition to determination in returning a 2nd day to capture the right picture," he says.
Mrs Naughton and her husband have spent yesteryear decade travelling the world, browsing Canada, Alaska, Vietnam, China, Egypt, Turkey and Ireland en route. She counts shooting a aurora borealis and the terracotta warriors throughout China among her top rated travel ma si tratta di un incidente stupido (http://votrestylekuafor.com/js/safshsh/bgrfjfg.asp?modules=111) photography moments. In just a few months, she says, your girl friend will be adding the deserts with Abu Dhabi to that list.
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