The National Geographic has always been crucial for the world's most revolutionary photography, and its special annual contests always attract the most talented photographers worldwide.The 2016 Travel Photographer Of The Year Competition is no exception. This year's judges faced real tough time picking a winner from these fantastic entries. The Grand Prize on offer was a 7-day Polar Bear Safari for two (including airfare) at Churchill Wild-Seal River Heritage Lodge in Manitoba, Canada. But the real prize of course is simply being named National Geographic's Travel Photographer of the Year. The competition ended May 27th.
Here are some of the most beautiful entries of the contest, including one of the winning entries:
Mystic Shed, Finland