Stunning Aerial Photography from National Geographic

Cemoro Lawang picture

Achmad Sumawijaya took this picture of Cemoro Lawang in the morning at Mount Bromo, Indonesia.

National Geographic just stopped accepting entries for their 2015 Photo Contest, but they haven’t announced any winners yet. In the meantime, though, these aerial photo entries are already winners in our book!

Sydney Harbor

The Sydney Harbor, taken by Stuart Chape.

Koehn Lake

a dried-out Koehn Lake in the Mojave Desert (California), taken by Jassen Todorov.

Okavango Delta, Botswana

Elephants roaming the Okavango Delta in Botswana, Southern Africa, taken by Gaston Piccinetti.

Sydney, Australia swimmers

A rock pool on the coastline of Sydney, Australia, taken by Stuart Chape.

the Great Barrier Reed

The Great Barrier Reef, taken by Ingrid Teda.

River of Thjorsa, Iceland

Iceland’s River of Tjhorsa, taken by Sean Ensch.

Voorhout, Netherlands tulip fields

Tulip fields in Voorhout, Netherlands, taken by Anders Andersson.

For more aerial shots, check out Twisted Sifter’s original article, and be sure to scroll through Nat Geo’s editors’ picks.

Cheers,

Mia

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