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Check Out The Winners Of The 2012 National Geographic Photo Contest
January 7, 2013
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Every year, the National Geographic Photo Contest receives thousands of entries (for the 2012 edition, they got over 22,000 in all), representing the work of talented photographers from over 150 countries.

But only a few can win the contest. Here they are.

The overall grand prize winner was the pic at the top of this post. It's a shot of a tigress named Busaba shaking herself dry at Khao Kheow Open Zoo in Thailand, and it was taken by Ashley Vincent of Chonburi, Thailand.

Her shot won First Place for Nature Photography, as well as the Grand Prize, which includes $10,000 cash and a visit to the National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Check out some of the other winners below, and visit National Geographic's site to see all the shots.

First Place for People: Amongst The Scavengers by Micah Albert

First Place for Places: The Matterhorn by Nenad Saljic

Viewer's Choice for Nature: Tender Moment by Sanjeev Bhor

Viewer's Choice for People: Expedition Amundsen by Kai-Otto Melau

Viewer's Choice for Place: Iceberg Hunters by Adam Coish

Honourable Mention: Red Fox Catching Mouse Under Snow by Michael Eastman

Honourable Mention: Captive by Wendell Phillips

Honourable Mention: Chinese Traditional Dragon Boat Racing by 关嘉城/

Honourable Mention: East of Iceland by Eric Guth

Honorable Mention: Eerie Eiffel by Indra Swari Wonowidjojo

Honourable Mention: Predation Up Close and Personal by Fransisca Harlijanto

Honourable Mention: Stilt Fishing by Ulrich Lambert

Honourable Mention: Ursus Arctos Horribilis by Jason Ching


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