Smithsonian’s Photo Contest

Check out these images.

Moss and Fog

GRAND PRIZE WINNER: Photograph by Sergio Carbajo Rodriguez (La Garriga, Spain). Portrait of a young Suri boy going with his father to take care of the cattle. GRAND PRIZE WINNER: Photograph by Sergio Carbajo Rodriguez (La Garriga, Spain). Portrait of a young Suri boy going with his father to take care of the cattle.

A smattering of beautiful and surreal images from the 11th annual Smithsonian Photo Contest. This year’s contest drew more than 50,000 images from more than 130 countries. Pretty amazing world we live on. Click to see them big.

NATURAL WORLD CATEGORY WINNER: Photograph by Graham McGeorge (Jacksonville, Florida). McGeorge spent a quiet 6 hours trying to get the perfect image of this eastern screech owl out of its nest. NATURAL WORLD CATEGORY WINNER: Photograph by Graham McGeorge (Jacksonville, Florida). McGeorge spent a quiet 6 hours trying to get the perfect image of this eastern screech owl out of its nest.

slide_345193_3605709_free AMERICANA CATEGORY WINNER: Photograph by Willie Huang (Sunnyvale, California). A beautiful sunrise forms over an amazing set of ancient petroglyphs facing the heavens with the Eastern Sierras in the backdrop.

slide_345193_3605713_free Photograph by Matthew Zheng (San Francisco, California). FINALIST: Travel | “Navajo Bridge” is an image overlooking the Colorado River’s Marble Canyon. (Page, Arizona…

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