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Winners of National Geographic Photo Contest 2014

National Geographic se convirtió a lo largo del siglo pasado en algo más que una revista. Entre sus páginas, la publicación americana consiguió capturar el mundo que nos rodea a través de fascinantes fotografías que se convirtieron en iconos de humanidad y naturaleza. Como cada año, la revista premia a los mejores fotógrafos a través de su concurso de fotografía. En esta ocasión, ya hemos conocido los ganadores de la edición del pasado 2014, tres fotografías que han conseguido capturar los lugares, la fauna y la sociedad a través de tres instantáneas. El Grand Prize de este año lo ha recibido Brian Yen con su fotografía ‘A Node Glows in the Dark…’, un retrato de nuestra sociedad encegada con la tecnología que retrata a una joven asiática en el centro de un vagón teñido por una luz azulada. Ausencia e introspección que definen el inicio del siglo en el que vivimos y que nos animan a dejar de lado nuestros smartphones y descubrir el maravilloso mundo que nos rodea.

National Geographic became over the last century something more than just a simple magazine. Among its pages, the American publication managed to capture the world around us through fascinating pictures that became icons of humanity and nature. As every year, the Photo Contest organized by National Geographic awards the best photographers in the world. We have already known the winners of the last edition of 2014; three photographers that have managed to capture the places, the fauna and the society through three iconic photographs. This year, Brian Yen has received the Grand Prize with his photograph ‘A Node Glows in the Dark … “, a portrait of our society blinded by technology. A portrait of a young Asian woman at the center of a wagon tinged with blue light was the best picture of 2014 according to National Geographic. Absence and introspection defining the beginning of our century encouraging us to put aside our smartphones and discover the wonderful world around us.

National Geographic became over the last century something more than just a simple magazine. Among its pages, the American publication managed to capture the world around us through fascinating pictures that became icons of humanity and nature. As every year, the Photo Contest organized by National Geographic awards the best photographers in the world. We have already known the winners of the last edition of 2014; three photographers that have managed to capture the places, the fauna and the society through three iconic photographs. This year, Brian Yen has received the Grand Prize with his photograph ‘A Node Glows in the Dark … “, a portrait of our society blinded by technology. A portrait of a young Asian woman at the center of a wagon tinged with blue light was the best picture of 2014 according to National Geographic. Absence and introspection defining the beginning of our century encouraging us to put aside our smartphones and discover the wonderful world around us.

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