Superb pictures from the 2012 National Geographic Photo Contest.
Here are the winners and runners-up of the National Geographic Photo Contest 2012 in all their glory. Do you have a favourite?
Photographing Civil War reenactments using period technology helped Richard Barnes create a fascinating blur of past and present. See more photos onli... More Photographing Civil War reenactments using period technology helped Richard Barnes create a fascinating blur of past and present. See more photos online in National Geographic magazine: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2012/05/civil-war-sketches/barnes-photography
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Date 14-03-08 3:32
Tooltip Information:Stolen passports may be on planeVideo by:Description: There is mystery surrounding the identity of two passengers on the Malaysia Airlines flight, who may have been travelling on stolen passportsRating: 2.81Views: 12957
Date 14-03-07 2:46
Tooltip Information:YES. Its A Movie TeaserVideo by:Description: YES. It's a Movie. It?s about a year in the life of the YES. Family. DCP, Romain, JP, and Tadashi are rolling around the world as you read this, slaying pow and adventuring. We started in Chile last July, and have been shooting in Canada during December and January. Next, DCP, Romain, JP, Tadashi, and Benji head to Japan with Pascal Gallant filming. Helen Schettini, Mikey Pederson, and Jake Koia will hold it down in the Whistler Backcountry.Rating: 4Views: 29
Date 14-03-07 4:09
Tooltip Information:Sights and sounds of 'timeless' IndiaVideo by:Description: Short clip featuring the sights and sounds of India. Filmed in August 2013, when a team of 20 people from Romania went to various places in India to do voluntary work. Locations: Rajahmundry, Nuzvid, Bangalore, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra. Music: A R Rahman-Maa Tujhe Salaam.Rating: 4Views: 17
Date 14-03-07 3:50
Tooltip Information:Mesmerizing timelapse of ice crystals meltingVideo by:Description: An incredible timelapse video showing ice crystals melting, photographed using cross-polarized light. The colors you see are from the light bending as it travels through the crystal. They can provide information, such as how thick the crystal is, and how much pressure is on the molecules within. Music: Jani R - And The Faded Notes Play.Rating: 4.63Views: 1166